CUET UG 2023 Result Date And Time Update: NTA Likely To Release Scorecards By July 15
The National Testing Agency (NTA) is expected to release the final answer key and results of the CUET UG 2023 soon. Although the final answer key is anticipated to be published by July 15, no official announcement regarding the specific date or time has been made yet. Once released, the results and scorecards will be available on cuet.nta.nic.in and cuet.samarth.ac.in. These results will play a crucial role in determining candidates' admissions to universities that utilized CUET as their entrance exam.
Recently, the agency issued a revised provisional answer key for the UG entrance tests that took place between May 21 and June 23. The CUET UG 2023 consisted of nine phases conducted across 387 Indian cities and 24 cities outside the country. With approximately 15 lakh applicants, this year's CUET UG was held in over 200 central and affiliated institutions.
Soon after the issuance of the provisional answer keys, numerous objections were raised by students, parents, and teachers. They pointed out multiple errors, including incorrect answers to even the most basic questions. As a result, the NTA is currently revising and releasing the provisional answer keys in a phased manner every night over the next few days. Candidates can download the revised provisional answer key from the official NTA website.
Mamidala Jagadesh Kumar, Chairman of the University Grants Commission (UGC), emphasized that candidates are not required to pay any fees during this phase to submit feedback or report additional errors to the NTA. He mentioned that the agency had been made aware of certain incorrect CUET UG answers, which could be attributed to typographical errors.
This year, the CUET-UG 2023 experienced postponements in three states—Jammu and Kashmir, strife-torn Manipur, and Jharkhand—which led to a shortage of testing locations and a delay in result publication. The Common University Entrance Test UG (CUET UG-2023) serves as a comprehensive examination for admission to undergraduate degree programs at central universities.