"This article is a summary of the most important updates within the Indian education sector during the 5th week of December 2021."
There have been several new notifications within the Indian education sector over the 5th week of December 2021. These topics include the release of MAT 2022 applications, the Karnataka Mock allotment results declaration, and opening of VITEEE registration. You can learn more about the most important headlines sourced from the previous week within this article.
December 5th Week Education Notifications
Karnataka DCET 2021 Mock Allotment Results Declared: KEA has announced the Karnataka Diploma Common Entrance Test (DCET) 2021 mock allotment results. Authorities have also released the course and category-wise DCET cutoff along with the allocation list. Further, candidates have been given the option to make changes in the Karnataka DCET options.
UGC NET 2021 Phase 3 Admit Cards Declared Online: NTA has declared the UGC NET 2021 phase 3 admit cards today, 29 December. Candidates can download their hall tickets for NET 2021 by using their application number and password or date of birth. Officials have scheduled to conduct phase 3 of the UGC NET and the four rescheduled subjects of phase-1 due to cyclone Jawad on 4 & 5 January 2022.
NMAT 2022 Registration Window to Open from 3 January: GMAC has announced that NMAT 2022 registration window will open from 3 January. Applicants can fill in and submit the application forms until 9 January 2022 through online mode. GMAC will not be providing a separate period to book or schedule an exam slot.
MAT 2022 February Session Registration Window Starts: AIMA has released the MAT 2022 February session registration form on the official website. Officials will conduct the Management Aptitude Test (MAT) in all three modes such as paper-based mode, computer-based mode, and remote proctored internet-based test.
VITEEE 2022 Registration Forms Window Started Online: VIT has started the VITEEE 2022 registration process for the academic session 2022-23. To complete the registration and application process, applicants are required to visit the official website and enter the required details in the online application form and submit the application fee.
CLAT 2022 Registration Window Opens from 1 January: NLUs will open the CLAT 2022 registration window from 1 January. The deadline to submit the application forms is 31 March 2022. Later, the exam conducting authority will conduct the CLAT 2022 as a centre based exam on 8 May.