CUET PG 2024 Exam Date is Set for Mar 11 to 28

CUET PG 2024: March 11 Exams Set to Break Records!

The Common University Entrance Test (CUET) for postgraduate programs in 2024 is set to be held between March 11th and 28th. While the official registration numbers have not yet been confirmed, early reports suggest a record number of applications might have been received this year.

This year’s CUET PG is anticipated to witness significant changes compared to the previous edition. One notable difference is the reduction in the number of selectable test paper codes. In 2023, candidates were allowed to choose up to 20, while in 2024, the limit has been reduced to four. This could potentially impact the test-taking strategy of many applicants. Additionally, there will be fewer exam centers available, dropping from 313 in 2023 to 300 this year.

Despite these changes, the overall enthusiasm for CUET PG may have grown. Early reports suggest a potential rise in the number of applicants compared to last year, which could be attributed to various factors. It is crucial to remember that these are early reports, and the official registration figures are yet to be confirmed by the National Testing Agency (NTA).

To stay updated on the latest information and access the official exam schedule, candidates are highly encouraged to visit the NTA CUET website ( or the CUET PG 2024 Information Brochure ( These resources will provide the most accurate and up-to-date information about the exam.

Download the Exam Date Brochure of CUET PG 2024

An astounding 462,725 candidates have signed up for CUET PG 2024, marking an all-time high in participation. Among them, 462,587 registrations are unique. The NTA, in charge of organizing the computer-based entrance exam, has ensured everything is ready for a smooth test, including multiple shifts.

Notably, female registrations have surpassed male registrations, continuing the trend from the previous year. Out of the total, 247,990 are from female candidates, 214,587 from males, and nine from the third gender.

Comparing this year’s figures with previous ones, it’s clear that the trend of higher female registrations remains consistent. In 2022, females also outnumbered males, contrasting with the first year of CUET PG. These numbers highlight the changing dynamics of higher education admissions, showing a more balanced participation across genders.

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Furthermore, 179 universities across India have promised to set aside seats based on merit for CUET PG 2024 qualifiers. These universities come in different types, like central, state, deemed-to-be, and private ones, showing how CUET is affecting higher education admissions widely.

Some big universities, like Delhi University, Banaras Hindu University, Jamia Millia Islamia, and Jawaharlal Nehru University, are embracing CUET. But others, like Jamia Millia Islamia, are still deciding if they’ll use CUET for all their courses. Jamia had used it partly last year, but now they’re thinking about using it for all admissions.

While universities in Delhi have fully accepted CUET, Jamia is taking a careful approach, thinking about things like how easy it is to manage and what they need academically. They’ve talked about it, but they haven’t made a final decision yet.

Looking forward, CUET PG 2024 is a big moment for higher education in India. It’s about being fair, clear, and doing well academically. As everyone gets ready, we’re excited to see how CUET changes university admissions. It’s a new era for education, one where everyone has a fair shot based on their skills and hard work.

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