Central Universities Common Entrance Exam(CUCET)
The coordinating universities will declare the results of Central Universities Common Entrance Exam Admit every year on their official website. All the candidates can check the results in official website by using login id with registration number and date of birth.
Central Universities Common Entrance Exam Admit ranks are prepared by the authorities on the basis of marks scored by the candidates. Then-candidate and can download the rank card and check the marks as per subject wise and total aggregate. Finally, the candidate allowed for the final round of the admission process. The candidate allotted seat in universities on the basis of merit list.
CUCET “Central Universities Common Entrance Exam”. Ten universities established by an act of Parliment and The Bengaluru DR. B.R. Ambedkar is also a participating institute, also registered under Karnataka Societies Registration Act 1960. Moreover participating in Central Universities Common Entrance Exam Admit for admissions to diversified Integrated, Under graduation and Post graduation and also Research programmes in these Universities. Likewise, it provides a single window opportunity for students in ten universities across India.
Participating CUCET Universities in CUCET:
|1||Central University of Haryana||CUHAR|
|2||Central University of Jammu||CUJAM|
|3||Central University of jharkhand||CUJHD|
|4||Central University of Karnataka||CUKNK|
|5||Central University of Kashmir||CUKAS|
|6||Central University of Kerala||CUKER|
|7||Central University of Punjab||CUPUN|
|8||Central University of Rajasthan||CURAJ|
|9||Central University of South Bihar||CUSBR|
|10||Central University of Tamil Nadu||CUTND|
|11||Bengaluru Dr. BR Ambedkar School of Economics(BASE)||CUBRU|
CUCET Eligibility & Courses:
Central Universities Common Entrance Exam will be organized by Ten universities. In addition, this exam takes place once a year. The admissions into 408 various courses offered by these universities. The basic Eligibility norm is 12th qualified candidates 50% marks and also 45% marks for reserved category. The exam conducted for admissions into UG, PG, integrated, B.Ed, M.Ed, M.Pharm, M.phili, and Ph.D. Minimum eligible marks for UG, PG 55%, and 50%.
|Name of Programe||No.of Courses|
|Integrated & UG||47|
|PG, B.Ed and PG-Diploma programmes||225|
|M.phili & Ph. D research programmes||136|
CUCET Exam Pattern & Syllabus:
However, Central Universities Common Entrance Exam is pen and paper based exam and also consists of 2 parts like Part-A and Part-B. Likewise, Part-A has 25 and part-B has 75 questions in the English language only and 120 minutes duration for the exam. For every correct answer, 1 mark awarded and also 0.25 negative mark for incorrect Recently the exam conducted in the month of April 2018.
Part-A common for all candidates and consist subjects like English, General Awareness, Analytical skills, and Maths. Part-B is based on the subject specified questions.
CUCET Application form:
Central Universities Common Entrance Exam Admit Application form is available on their official website. Candidates are required to provide details like educational qualification, personal details, Address of correspondence, exam center, declaration. Also required to upload photo and signature of the candidate as a prescribed specification. Candidate can pay the application fee through offline or online mode.
CUCET Admit card:
The Central Universities Common Entrance Exam Admit card can download in online from official website i.e www.cucetexam.in and also candidate has to log in with application number and date of birth. candidates registered successfully will appear for an exam. The candidate can contact with examination authority in case of any discipline.
Details on Admit card:
- Name of the candidate
- Roll number of candidate
- Application number
- Thumb impression of a candidate
- Details of Examination center
- signature of candidate
At the same time, the candidate needs to carry any one of the identity proof of the candidate for exam hall
- Pan card
- Aadhar card
- Driving license
- Identity card of college etc.
CUCET Exam centers:
Since the Central Universities Common Entrance Exam is a national level exam so it is conducted all over the country. Also, a state may have more one examination center. If the center is less than 100 candidates it will be dropped out.
CUCET Counseling process:
Central Universities Common Entrance Exam counseling session conducted at the universities separately. Also, all qualifying candidates should fill the application form available at their official website. Also, candidates need to carry admission form at the respective universities and similarly, need to carry necessary documents such as
- Originals and copies of all the educational documents(10+2+3)
- Central Universities Common Entrance Exam Admit card
- Central Universities Common Entrance Exam scorecard
- Category certificate
- Income certification
Finally, after verification of all the documents, the candidates are allowed seat in the respective university or institutions.