CUET UG 2024 Admit Cards Released by NTA

CUET UG 2024 Admit Cards Released by NTA

Hybrid Format Examination to Commence Soon

CUET UG 2024 Admit Card Released

The National Testing Agency (NTA) has officially released the admit cards for the Common University Entrance Test Undergraduate (CUET UG) 2024 on designated official websites. Candidates can access their admit cards on,, and It is highly recommended that candidates intending to participate in the forthcoming examinations promptly review and procure their admit cards to prevent any potential delays.

To download your CUET UG 2024 admit card, follow these steps:

  1. Visit the official NTA website at
  2.  Look for the highlighted link tab on the homepage.
  3.  Enter your login details, including your date of birth and roll number.
  4. Click on the "Submit" button to proceed.
  5.  After successful submission, download your admit card.
  6. Remember to save the downloaded admit card for reference during the examination.

Candidates must thoroughly review all details on the admit card and follow instructions provided to prevent any inconvenience or risk disqualification during the examination. To ensure smooth access to CUET UG 2024 admit cards, candidates are advised to have their login credentials ready, including their date of birth and roll number.

Exam Mode

The upcoming examination will adopt a hybrid format, combining both traditional pen-and-paper assessments and computer-based testing (CBT). Pen-and-paper assessments are scheduled from May 15 to 18, with city intimation slips already distributed for these dates. However, the issuance of city intimation slips for the CBT examinations scheduled on May 21, 22, and 24 is currently pending.

In the CUET UG exam 2024, there are 7,17,000 male and 6,30,000 female applicants. Each can choose up to six subjects from 261 universities. The test offers 13 language options: English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu. In language papers, they answer 40 out of 50 questions, and in the General Test, they answer 50 out of 60.

This year's CUET UG examination anticipates participation from a total of 13.48 lakh candidates across 380 cities, including 26 cities beyond India's borders. The examination will span a duration of seven days and encompass 63 test papers, each typically lasting 45 minutes, with exceptions for certain subjects. 

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