CLAT 2022 result dates, exam dates for UGC-NET and CUET UG, and more — here’s a flashback of all that happened in the last week.
Here’s a quick summary of the events in education this week, starting with the announcement of UGCNET and CUET exam dates to the start of JEE Main exam 2022 session
CUET UG 2022
The National Testing Agency has published practice tests for the Common University Entrance Test Undergraduate exam ( CUET–UG 2022). The NTA has released these practice tests to help students get familiar with the national-level entrance exam. It is the first time CUET is being held in India.
Students can download the form by visiting the official CUET website cuet.Samarth.ac.in and click on the link to practice tests under the public notice tab. You can find the link to practice tests on the notice page.
The deadline for correction and registration was extended. Candidates have until June 26 at 11:50 PM to complete their online registration and/or correct any errors in their application forms. Candidates can access the CUET website to complete their applications.
JEE Main 2022 Session 1.
The National Testing Agency issued the admit card for Joint Entrance Examination. They began conducting session 1 exams. The exams will be held in two shifts. The morning shift runs from 9 am to 12 noon, while the afternoon shift runs between 3 and 6 pm.
The candidates appeared on Sunday for the day 4 exam. June 26, 2022. Candidates who have taken the exam have rated it as moderately difficult to easy. All updates are available for candidates.
M Jagadesh Kumar (HTC) Chairman has announced exam dates for UGCNET December 2021, and June 2022 combined cycles. The exam will take place on 08, 09, and 11 July, 12 July, 12, 13 July, 13, and 14 August 2022. Twitter was used by the Chairman to announce dates for UGCNET December 2021 and June 20,22 merged cycles.
UGC NET usually takes place two times a year. The June 2022 UGC NET exam cycle was delayed due to the delay of the December 2021 cycle because of an alarming rise in Covid cases throughout the country. The NTA decided to combine December 2021 with June 2022 cycles to reduce the impact on candidates and make the exam cycles more consistent.
According to the Consortium of National Law Universities, (CNLU), the registration process for CLAT counseling 2022 is now open. The dates for the counseling round can be found on the Consortium of National Law Universities’ official website — consortiumofnlus.ac.in.
According to the official announcement, June 27th, 2022 is the deadline for counseling registration. On June 30, the first provisional merit list, followed by the second and third provisional merit lists, will be made available. The final merit lists will then be released on July 7, 12, and 14, respectively in 2022. This announcement comes just a few days following the CLAT 2022 result was announced on June 24. This result was announced a few days after the provisional answer key was released. The final answer key was published the following day.
CLAT 2022 took place on June 19, 2018. According to the consortium, there were 60,895 registered candidates for the exam and 56472 candidates who appeared for CLAT 222.
State board results
The Tamil Nadu Directorate of Government Examination declared results for the Secondary School-Leaving Certificate Examination (SSLC), or class 10 and 12 exams. Kanyakumari has topped this year’s TN class10 examination with a 97.22 percent pass percentage. Over 93.76% of students in class 12 have been declared passed by TN Tamil Nadu Board+2 Class 12th HSE Result 20022. There were 9.12 lakh registered candidates, out of which 8.21 students were declared pass. 31 034 candidates were also marked absent.
This week, the Department of Higher Secondary Education Kerala published the High School Leaving Certificate 2022 result. 3.02 lakh students were determined eligible for higher education out of the 3.61 lakh who took part in the exams. The exam pass rate is 83.87%, which is lower than the previous year’s 87.04%.
A few days ago, the Jharkhand Academic Council declared the class 10, and class 12 Science streams results. The overall pass percentage for class 10 was 91.19% and 92.25 percent respectively for class 12. All those students who had appeared for the board examinations can check their results at the official website — JAC.nic.in or jharresults.nic.in, or jac.jharkhand.gov.in.
Due to the pandemic, the JAC exam was conducted online last year. This year, however, the board examination was held in an offline mode. It was conducted according to all Covid guidelines.
Botha Satyanarayana, Andhra Pradesh’s Education minister, declared the Intermediate first- and second-year (IPE-2022), results on June 22 at 12.30. The Board of Intermediate Education results are available on the website — exam results.ap.nic.in, www.bie.ap.gov.in. IPE first-year students scored 54%, while second-year students scored 61%.
The 1st year intermediate exam was passed by 2,41,491 students. In IPE 2,0_, there were 2,58,449 graduates.
On June 22, the Board of School Education Haryana released open school class 10 & 12 exam results. Open school candidates can view their results on the official website, bseh.org.in.
The overall pass rate for Class 10 new exams was 24.93% and 33.89% respectively. Students who applied for exams such as compartment, credit transfer policy, re-appear, and revaluation were also informed of their results. For class 12 reappearing students, the pass rate is 54.94%. Class 10 students have a pass rate of 50.83%.
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