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Meghalaya students likely to be exempted from CUET, says CM Conrad Sangma

State run and private universities and colleges based in Meghalaya will be exempted from admitting students via the newly introduced Common University Entrance Test for undergraduate courses. Meghalaya Chief Minister

State run and private universities and colleges based in Meghalaya will be exempted from admitting students via the newly introduced Common University Entrance Test for undergraduate courses. Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma today said that most students wanting to pursue their undergraduate courses would not have to appear for the CUET. The Meghalaya CM informed this a day after meeting Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan. Here, CM Sangma said that except for students who are aiming for Central Universities, most students will not have to appear for the exams.

First Published: 3rd May, 2022 20:51 IST

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