CUET PG Exam 2023 City Slip.Image Credit source: freepik
CUET PG Exam 2023: Common University Entrance Test – City Intimation Slip for Postgraduate 2023 Exam (CUET PG Exam 2023) can be issued on 31 May. Registered candidates can download it through the official website of the National Testing Agency, cuet.nta.nic.in. CUET PG 2023 exam will start from 5th June and end on 12th June 2023. The exam will be conducted in CBT mode at designated exam centers across the country.
UGC President M. Jagdish Kumar has given the date of release of city intimation slip by tweeting. He tweeted that NTA is working on issuing city slips on 31st May. CUET PG exam will be conducted in 13 different languages including Tamil, Gujarati, Hindi, English, Punjabi, Bengali. And the admit card will be issued three or four days before the exam date.
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CUET PG 2023 exam will start from 5th June to 12th June 2023. As per the CUET 2023 exam pattern, the question paper will have two parts, Part A and Part B. Total 100 MCQ based questions will be asked. This time around 180 central, state and private universities have given CUET PG for admission in PG courses.
CUET-PG 2023: NTA is working on releasing the city information slips on 31st May for CUET-PG starting on 5th June.#CUET
Mamidala Jagadesh Kumar (@mamidala90) May 29, 2023
Let us inform that the application process for CUET PG 2023 started from 20 March 2023 and continued till 19 April 2023. The application fee was fixed at Rs 800 for general category candidates, Rs 600 for EWS and OBC category. At the same time, SC, ST and Divyang candidates had to pay Rs 550 as application fee.
Download City Intimation Slip like this
- Visit the official website cuet.nta.nic.in.
- Click on the CUET PG 2023 City Intimation Slip link here.
- Now enter the details like application number etc.
- The slip will appear on your screen.
- Now check and take out the print.
Please tell that right now NTA is conducting the CUET UG 2023 exam. This exam is also being conducted in CBT mode only. More than 14 lakh candidates have registered for this exam.