Delhi University to Host Webinar on CUET Process for PwD Students
The University of Delhi (DU) is organizing its third Public Awareness Webinar to help people with Benchmark Disabilities (PwBD) understand the provisions, policies and processes related to the Common University Entrance Test ( CUET) 2022. The webinar will take place on May 6 at 4 p.m.
The DU webinar will focus on the application process for CUET 2022, how to download required certificates, enabling provisions offered by DU, and information about support services at different colleges. Interested applicants can register on the official DU website at du.ac.in.
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“Several colleges have come forward to help applicants complete the CUET
forms. Colleges have established help desks with computer facilities on their
campus. Candidates can visit these help desks every working day to avail the installation. Details of college support services are published on the website
admission.uod.ac.in,” the official notice reads.
The admissions branch of the university has also published a set of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) that answers several common questions and doubts regarding DU admissions. Applicants are encouraged to refer to the “Helpful Resources” tab on the admissions portal for instructional videos, recordings of previous webinars, illustrative examples and other resources, the university said.
The registration process for postgraduate programs began on
April 6. Admissions to PG courses will be through DUET 2022. To be admitted to DU undergraduate programs, applicants will need to register at cuet.samarth.ac.in and report to CUET.
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In a previous CUET webinar, DU Vice Chancellor Yogesh Singh previously said that CUET will provide equal opportunity to applicants across the country and benefit everyone, DU said. In a previous webinar, he pointed out the problems with the merit-based system, which was abandoned, saying that different boards have different grading models, which has led to disparity.
Singh said CUET is a new system and it “provides an equal opportunity for every individual. This is for the benefit of people living in any part of the country. It is beneficial for a person from both rural and urban areas,” the DU Vice Chancellor said. CUET enrollment for undergraduate courses at 45 central universities began on April 6. It will take place in computer test mode.
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