CUET PG 2022: Registration date extended; check all the details here

The registrations for the Common Universities Entrance Test (CUET PG 2022) are currently underway, as announced by the National Testing Agency (NTA). The dates for registration had commenced from 19 May 2022. However, the last date to register has been pushed back from 18th June 2022 to 4th July 2022.

Interested candidates can fill out the registration form on the official website The CUET (PG) exam of 2022 will be conducted through Computer Based Test Mode (CBT) and in two languages: English and Hindi. The time duration of the exam will be 2 hours.

Eight new universities have been included for the exam are: Vivekananda Global University, Jaipur; Delhi Sanskriti University; Dr. BR Ambedkar University, Mathura; Lakshmibai National Institute of Physical Education, Gwalior; Arunachal University of Studies; Galgotias University, KR Mangalam University and Indian Institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi.

The fee structure for this exam is as follows:

General: Rs 800 /

OBC-NCL / Gen-EWS: Rs 600 /

SC / ST / Third Gender: Rs 550 /

PwBD: Rs 500 /

Eligibility criteria:

There is no age limit for candidates appearing in the CUET (PG) 2022 exam. The candidates, irrespective of what their age is, and have passed the bachelor degree / or equivalent examination would be eligible to appear for CUET (PG) examination of 2022. However, the candidates must meet the age requirements of the University in which they wish to enroll.

Here is how you can apply:

– Log in to the official site of CUET NTA which is

– Click on CUET PG 2022 the link of which is available on the home page.

– Enter the relevant login details. Click on submit.

– Fill in the application form with correct details. Pay the application fees.

– Once the fees are successfully paid, click on submit.

– Your application is now submitted.

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