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CUCET 2021 Exam Date, Registration, Eligibility, Syllabus & Paper Pattern

CUCET 2021 Exam Date, Registration, Eligibility, Syllabus, Paper Pattern, Admit Card, Answer Key, Result, Merit List, Counselling Schedule and Admission List

What is CUCET?

CENTRAL UNIVERSITIES COMMON ENTRANCE TEST (CUCET) for admission to different programmes of 14 Central Universities i.e. 1. Central University of Andhra Pradesh 2. Central University of Kashmir 3. Assam University, Silchar 4. Central University of Kerala 5. Central University of Gujarat 6. Central University of Odisha 7. Central University of Haryana 8. Central University of Punjab 9. Central University of Jammu 10. Central University of Rajasthan 11. Central University of Jharkhand 12. Central University of South Bihar 13. Central University of Karnataka 14. Central University of Tamil Naduand and 4 State Universities i.e. 1. Baba Ghulam Shah Badshah University, Rajouri 2. Khallikote University, Berhampur 3. Bengaluru Dr B R Ambedkar School of Economics University 4. Sardar Patel University of Police, Security Criminal Justice, Jodhpur. It provides a single window opportunity to the students to seek admission in these Participating Universities (PU) / Institute(s) across the country.

Registration for CUCET-2021 Examination:


Opening of online Application Form for all programs- March, 2021*
Closing of online Application Form for all programs- April, 2021*
Issue of Admit Card for all programs May, 2021*
Exam Dates UI & PG Programmes & RP Programmes- May/June, 2021*
*Tentative 

CUCET Exam Schedule 2021

Will be notified in the month of March, 2021

Question Paper pattern: - 

All Question Papers will be MCQ based consisting of: - 

For UI & PG Programmes (OMR based): 

i.Part A: Language, general awareness, mathematical aptitude and analytical skills – comprising of 25 MCQs 
Part B: Domain Knowledge – comprising of 75 MCQs. This part may consist of three/four/five sections. Each section will have 25 questions. A candidate is required to answer a set of any three sections (75 questions). However, he/she must ensure that he/she fills right circles in the OMR Sheet corresponding to the question numbers attended. 
For example: - Part B of Entrance Test-Paper (eg. UIQP01) shall consist of four sections i.e. Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology comprising 25 questions each. Applicants shall be required to attempt any three sections with combination of either PCM or PCB. While choosing the combination applicant must ensure that he/she has appeared in respective subjects at 10+2 or Pre-Board or equivalent qualifying exam. 
Note: 
For Admission to some Integrated Programme/MBA/LLB/MCA or any other general Programme, only one paper comprising of 100 MCQs covering English language, reasoning, data interpretations/numerical ability, general awareness and analytical skills will be held.
ii. Applicant will have to choose one correct answer on OMR sheet. However, if an applicant marks multiple entries on OMR sheet for particular question(s), it will be treated as wrong answer with negative marking. 
iii. There will be negative marking in CUCET-2020 in UI and PG programmes. Each correct answer will carry 01 mark and for eachwrong answer, 0.25 marks will be deducted. Questions not attempted will not be assessed and hence will not be considered for preparing final merit list. 
iv. If an Entrance Test-paper contents X number of sections and an applicant is required to answer Y number of section but if an applicant attempt all „X‟ sections then best of 'X' sections as per instructions on the question booklet will be considered for preparation of Merit list. 
v. Each paper will be only of Two Hours Duration. 

For RP Programmes (CBT based):

i. Part A: Language, general awareness, mathematical aptitude, analytical skills and Research Methodology– comprising of 50 MCQs 
Part B: Domain Knowledge – comprising of 50 MCQs. 
ii. Applicant will have to choose one correct answer by clicking on the bubble in computer screen 
iii. No negative marking for research programmes of CUCET examination 2020. 
iv. If an Entrance Test-paper contents X number of sections and an applicant is required to answer Y number of section but if an applicant attempt all 'X' sections then best of 'X' sections as per instructions on the question booklet will be considered for preparation of Merit list. 
v. Each paper will be only of Two Hours Duration

How to Apply for CUCET 2021-

Apply online only through CUCET portal i.e. https://www.cucetexam.in/

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