CUET UG Result 2024 Delayed: Students Express Anger On Social Media
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CUET UG Result 2024 update: Students are in a fix as confusion prevails in connection with the CUET UG 2024 Result declaration date. According to the students, the delay in the results of the Common University Entrance Test (CUET-UG) is likely to impact Delhi University (DU)’s academic calendar. This apart, because of the lack of clarity about the results, several Central University aspirants said they were applying to private colleges. While the results of CUET (the admission test conducted  for admission to different programmes of the participating Central Universities) were expected to be released on June 30, the National Testing Agency or NTA has not announced the result declaration date. The exam was held from May 15 to May 29 across the nation in a hybrid mode.

Students, waiting for the CUET UG 2024 Result, have started showing their anger on social media. "CUET UG 2024 Results is crucial for Admission procedure of 250+ Universities, delay in results can cause disharmony in Universities working. I request @NTA_Exams @ugc_india and @mamidala90 to please seriously look into this matter and release CUET results ASAP! #CUET #NTA," tweeted Tushh on X, formerly Twitter.  

Vartika, a student, is waiting for the CUET UG result. She wants to take admission in B.Com at DU. She has confirmed her admission to an institute in Hyderabad.
"It's 6th of July 2024. CUET-UG  was conducted from 15th May 2024 to 24th May 2024. On 29th May 2024 exam was conducted for Delhi students. It has been almost 37 days since this exam ended. But still NTA has not released the answer key!!!! #cuet #cuet2024 #nta," tweeted another netizen.
“Several students are facing problems due to delay in release of CUET UG Result 2024. It is causing severe in covenience to students and distracting their career path. In Delhi, undergraduate admissions at DU and Ambedkar University are based on CUET scores, while some programs at IPU also use CUET scores,” a Guest Faculty at Delhi University, seeking anonymity, told My Result.