CUET will soon become compulsory for PG programs as well: UGC Chairman
Admissions to postgraduate courses will soon be held by Common University Entrance Test (CUET), M. Jagadesh Kumar, director of the University Grants Commission (UGC), as per recent news and media update.
The UGC is additionally talking about the chance of holding CUET two times per year, Kumar said.
The CUET was declared in March this year as a only window for admissions to undergraduate programs in the central universities nation over. From that point forward, numerous other non-central universities have additionally chosen to initiate the test.
Taking a gander at the “staggering reaction” from educational institutions, the UGC is currently stretching out the CUET to postgraduate programs offered by central universities, Kumar said.
“We are working on extending the CUET to postgraduate programs also. We will report this soon,” he said.
Presently, various colleges have their own measures for postgraduate admissions. While most have their own selection tests, some additionally acknowledge graduation marks as a rule for admissions. Acquiring CUET will make the cycle more uniform, empowering students to apply for various colleges through a single portal.