CUCET: Application Form, Admit Card, Exam Date, Pattern

By | August 23, 2020

CUCET is a National Level Exam which is conducted and regulated by the eleven central universities jointly. it is an exam that providing the admission in the various PG, UG and other courses, this exam is a gateway to get admission in central universities of Haryana, Jharkhand, Kashmir, Punjab, Tamil Nadu, Jammu, Karnataka, South Bihar, Kerala and Rajasthan. In this article, we will discuss, details of CUCET  exam, including exam dates, answer key, cut off, result in counselling, etc. The Admit card of the Exam will be released on the 30th April, candidates may download the Admit Card from the Official Website.

CUCET Important Highlights

Exam CUCET
Conducting Body Eleven Central Universities Jointly
Mode of Exam Offline
Medium of Exam English
Duration of Exam 2 hours
Type of Questions MCQ
Negative Marking Yes
Sections and Number of Questions Part A: 25 questions Part

B: 75 questions Some Integrated Papers: 100 questions

Courses Offered PG,  UG  and Research Programs

CUCET Exam Dates

Sr. No Event Date
1 Commencement of Online Registration 16th March 2020
2 Last Date of Online Registration 6th June 2020
3 Admit Card release To be notified later
4 Exam Dates To be notified later
5 Preliminary Answer Key  To be notified later
6 Last date to upload any Grievances  To be notified later
7 Final Answer Key  To be notified later
8 Result Declaration  To be notified later
9 Registration for Counselling Commences  To be notified later

CUCET Application Form

  • Application form for CUCET available only in Online Mode,
  • Candidates fill the application form only online, no offline form will be available,
  • the online Application form was released on 16th March 2020
  • the Last date of filing the application form was 6th June 2020
  • candidates may fill all the required details such as academics, personal and other details, Upload Scanned Images and Signature,
  • Make the fee Payment through Online and Offline mode.
  • Take a print out and save it for the future purpose.

Application Fee

Category Online Mode Offline Mode
Registration Fee Registration Fee Bank Charges* Total Fees
General/OBC Rs. 800/- for 3 PUs Rs. 800/- Rs. 50/- Rs. 850/-
SC/ST Rs. 350/- Rs. 350/- Rs. 400/-
  • Application Fee can be paid through Online or Offline mode.
  • Candidates can pay the Application Fee through Credit/Debit Card on online mode, or by Bank Challan on Offline mode.

CUCET Eligibility Criteria

Here we discuss the Eligibility Criteria for Different Courses:

For B.Tech

  • Qualifying Exam: Passed 10+2  or equivalent examination conducted by CBSE or equivalent boards.
  • Minimum Marks: Secure minimum 50% marks in aggregate.

For M.Tech

  • Qualifying Exam: Passed B.Tech./B.E. or M.C.A or M.Sc degree from the recognized university.
  • Minimum Marks: Secured at least 60% marks for General and OBC candidates & 55% marks for SC/ST and PwD category.

For MBA

  • Qualifying Exam: Bachelor’s Degree of at least three years duration from a recognized University.
  • Minimum Marks: Secured not less than 50% marks for General and OBC candidates & 45% marks for SC/ST and PwD category.

CUCET Exam Pattern

Type of Question MCQ ( Multiple Choice)
Exam Duration 2 Hrs
Exam Mode offline
Marking Schemes 1 marks for correct answer
Negative Marking 0.25 for wrong Answer
Pattern conducted in OMR pattern

CUCET Admit Card

Candidates can download the admit card from the official website, candidates are advised to bring admit card on the examination hall.

CUCET Answer key

The CUCET Answer key will be released on the next day of the exam date, candidates can check the Answer Key on the official website.

CUCET Result

Candidates can check their Result only in Online Mode, candidates check their Result on the Official website, Candidates don’t forget to take a printout of the result for future references.

CUCET Counselling

The Counselling Process will be commenced after the release of the merit list, eligible candidates can participate of the Counselling process as per their Merit list and their rank. during the counselling process candidates needs to fill their preferred colleges and courses.

 

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