Common Entrance Test: KU Says Centre Issue Likely To Get Resolved Today

Srinagar- The University of Kashmir (KU) Thursday said that the Common University Entrance Test (CUET) examination centre issue will get ‘resolved’ on Friday.

Vice-Chancellor of the varsity Prof Nilofer Khan said that it has taken up the CUET examination centre issue with the National Testing Agency (NTA) and Higher Education Department.

“We have taken up the matter with NTA, Higher Education Department and JK administration. Most likely it will get resolved on Friday as both the stakeholders have given us the positive response,” Khan said.

She further said that the Higher Education Department has also informed us that it has already taken up the matter with NTA and most likely, it will get resolved on Friday.

Pertinently, hundreds of aspirants of Common University Entrance Test (CUET) have expressed antipathy against the NTA for designating their examination centres outside the Jammu and Kashmir in contrary to their preferred venues.

The aspirants said that their preferred examination centres for the entrance test were changed from Jammu and Kashmir to other states by the examination conducting agency NTA.

Earlier, a number of NET aspirants of previous session have alleged that they could not appear in the entrance test—blaming the examination conducting agency for changing their preferred venues from Jammu and Kashmir to other states. (KNO)

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