CUCET (Central Universities Common Entrance Test) It is the All India test which is organized for various integrated undergraduate postgraduate and research programs in several central universities and state universities of India hey it has been coordinated/conducted by the Central University of Rajasthan. It is an examination which is pen and paper-based. The year that the CUCET examination started was 2010. The duration for this examination is 2 hours and it is conducted once a year in English and Hindi. The link for you said examination is cucetexam.in.
See you set was first conducted to admission for 7 central universities for 1500 seats in 41 undergraduate postgraduate and integrated courses from 2010 the application form was filled up through CUCET 2010 which held on 19 and 20 June 2010 in about 30 examination centers spread across the country.
Exam pattern and structure
For undergraduate and postgraduate
- PART A:- Language gender awareness mathematically aptitude and analytical skills consisting of 25 MCQ’s.
- PART B:- Domain knowledge consisting of 75MCQ’s( secures sometimes divided into 3/4/5 sections and a candidate is required to answer a set of any 3 sections totaling to 75
- SOME INTEGRATED
For RP programmes
- PART A:- Language, general awareness, mathematical aptitude, and analytical skills and research Methodology consisting of 50 MCQ’s.
- PART B:- Domain knowledge consisting of 50 MCQ’s.
UG and PG program’s negative marking scheme is followed whether the deduction of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer how the negative marking is not followed for research programs.
Central University of Rajasthan is coordinating CUCET from 2010.
UI & PG Application Fee
Research Programmes Application Fee
|General/OBC/EWS||Rs 800||Rs 1000|
|SC/ST||Rs 350||Rs 450|
|PWD (Persons with Disability)||Nil||Nil|
- Assam University
- Central University of Andhra Pradesh
- Central University of Gujarat
- Central University of Haryana
- Centre University of Jammu
- Central University of Jharkhand
- Central University of Karnataka
- Central University of Kashmir
- Central University of Kerala
- Central University of Odisha
- Central University of Punjab
- Central University of Rajasthan
- Central University of South Bihar
- Central University of Tamil Nadu
How to prepare for CUCET
- Follow proper timetable
- Be aware with the syllabus
- Start your preparation on time
- Work on basic concepts
- Improve your skills
Follow proper timetable
At first, you need to make a proper study schedule. It is always important for a student to plan their actions, if you have prepared a timetable then you can easily follow it if you haven’t made a timetable then you will never be able to study in a systematic manner always make a timetable first and try to stick to it on a regular basis.
Be aware with your syllabus
First of all, go to the official website of CUCET and know the prescribed syllabus for that particular Academic year, go through the complete syllabus and list out a topic that you have to study for the examination gather around all the materials in helping books as per the syllabus.
Start your preparation on time
They, it is very important to start your preparation on time so that you can cover the whole syllabus before your examination and have enough time in your hands for the revision and go through all the mock tests and sample questions or tests provided by the hey official site.
Don’t think that you will start their preparation tomorrow or the day after tomorrow because remember one thing that tomorrow never comes to start your preparation make up your mind and do it on the same day.
Never ever miss the revision just before your examination you should always hey revise the particular chapter after completing it. It is a very basic and common road to learn your topics till exam day so keep revising on a daily basis.
Work on basic concept
Before mugging up the whole course try to get focus on your concept and try to make your concepts clear and strong. If your concepts are clear then you can solve the easiest question to the toughest question with the most ease. In most of the examinations the question will be based on a concept to check the candidate knowledge and basic concept so give more time to your concepts.
Improve your skills
Improving the skill will always be helpful for the examination try to go through the previous year questions practice previous papers, mock test, online test and all the possible test you can go through to improve your skills because solving paper gives you the idea of the question and how to analyze the question and to find the solution there has been always a pattern in every examination.
With this wish, you all the best for your examination hope that these will provide you enough knowledge about the CUCET examination and can be helpful in your future.