Latest information on CUSAT CAT 2020 exam with its notification, exam dates, eligibility, application form also including paper pattern, syllabus, test centres and CUSAT CAT result.
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Cochin University of Science and Technology Common Admission Test or simply CUSAT CAT is a common admission assesment conducted for admission to B.Tech, BBA, LLB, LLM, MBA, MCA, MA, MSc, M.Phil, M.Tech, Ph.D and PG Diploma Courses in CUSAT university and its affiliated colleges. Academic programmes of CUSAT are open to all Indian / foreign nationals irrespective of caste, creed, race or gender, subject to satisfying the prescribed eligibility criteria / admission test requirements.
Find the latest information on CUSAT CAT 2020 exam with its notification, exam dates, eligibility, application form also including paper pattern, syllabus, test centres and CUSAT CAT result.
CUSAT CAT 2020 Dates/Notification:-
Apply online at website - https://admissions.cusat.ac.in from 8th January 2020 to 31st January 2020
Downloading of Admit Cards - 27th March 2020 to 19th April 2020
CUSAT CAT 2020 (CBT) - 18th April 2020 and 19th April 2020.
CUSAT CAT 2020 Eligibility:
• B.Tech: Class 12 (Plus 2) examination of the state of Kerala or any other examination recognized as equivalent thereto with subjects of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry (PCM) as optional subjects with a minimum aggregate of 50 percent marks in Mathematics and 50 percent marks in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry put together.
• M.Tech: Pass B.Tech/B.E/B.Sc Engineering Degree Examination in Civil Engineering branch from any University in Kerala or an examination of any other University /Institution accepted by this University as equivalent thereto with a minimum of 60% marks.
Candidates who have passed Sections A&B examinations conducted by the Institution of Engineers (India) – AMIE in Civil branch shall be eligible. In addition to this the candidate must also have a valid GATE score.
•For M.Phil: Master degree in Hindi with a minimum aggregate of 45 percent marks.
•For LLM: Bachelors degree in Law (LLB) with a minimum aggregate of 55 percent marks.
•For M.Sc: B.Sc in related discipline with a minimum aggregate of 55 percent marks.
•For MA: B.A./B.Sc.degree
•For MBA: Bachelor’s degree in any subject with 50% marks in aggregate.
•For MCA: Any graduate with Mathematics as one of the main or subsidiary subjects or graduate in Electronics / Computer Science / Computer Applications/ Engineering/Technology with aggregate 55% marks in all subjects other than languages and humanities.
CUSAT CAT 2020 application form and online application procedure:
Apply online at website - https://admissions.cusat.ac.in from 8th January 2020 to 31st January 2020
Application Fee - For candidates opting for State Merit/All India Quota seats (other than NRI/International/PIO/Children of Indian Gulf Workers):- Rs 1,100/- (Rupees One Thousand and One Hundred only) (Rs 500/- (Rupees Five Hundred only) for Kerala SC/Kerala ST candidates).
Payment can be made through all Credit / Debit Cards or Net banking of almost all Banks.
Upload a recent passport size photograph of yourself with your well lit face clearly visible, in portrait orientation. The maximum file size of your photograph should not be larger than 500kb. The dimensions of the photo should be 150px x 180px.
Upload a scanned image of your signature, in landscape orientation, with a maximum size not greater than 100kb. The dimensions should be 130px x 57px. The image format can be .png or .jpg or .jpeg.
CUSAT CAT 2020 Syllabus and Paper Pattern:-
CUSAT CAT 2020 Paper Pattern -
Engg. & Technology:-
The test comprises of 250 objective type multiple choice questions based on Plus Two syllabus. Of this, 125 questions will be from Mathematics and 125 questions will be from Physics and Chemistry with physics to chemistry ratio maintained at 3:2. The duration of the test will be three hours and the maximum marks will be 750. The admission to following courses is based on the score in this test.
•5-year Integrated M.Sc. in Photonics
•B. Tech. course in
•Civil Engineering, Computer Science & Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering, Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Information Technology, Mechanical Engineering, Safety & Fire Engineering.
•B Tech course in Marine Engineering
•B. Tech. course in Instrumentation Technology
•B. Tech. Naval Architecture & Ship Building
•B. Tech. Polymer Science & Engineering
Candidates, appearing for Test 101 should have scored a minimum of ten marks for mathematics and 10 marks for physics and chemistry put together to be eligible to figure in the respective rank list. This requirement of minimum marks, however, will not be applicable for candidates coming under SC/ST communities.
Test for Lateral Entry to III Semester B.Tech Programme (LET):-
The Lateral Entry Test for admission to III Semester of the B. Tech course comprises 200 objective type questions designed to test the proficiency in English (20 questions), Mathematics (50 questions), Engineering Mechanics (40 questions), Engineering Graphics (40 questions) and General Engineering (50 questions). The test shall be of 3 hours duration and the maximum marks will be 600.
B.B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) / B. Com.,LL.B.(Hons.):-
The Test for B.B.A., LL.B.(Hons.) / B.Com.,LL.B (Hons.) comprises 150 objective type questions designed to test the proficiency in General English (50 questions) Ability in Reasoning and Logical Thinking (50 questions) proficiency in General Knowledge and Current affairs (25 questions) and in Law Related Matters (25 questions). The maximum marks will be 450. The candidate will have option to select either of the five year courses on the basis of their ranks.
Applicants for B.B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) / B.Com.,LL.B (Hons.) irrespective of whether or not they are applicants for any other programme, have to necessarily take the Test 201.
Test for LL.M:-
The Test for LL.M. comprises of two parts:
Part I – Proficiency in English, Analytical & other abilities and General Knowledge
Part II –Proficiency in the related subjects.
Test for M.A. Hindi:-
The Test for M.A. Hindi comprises 150 objective type questions at a level answerable by candidates with Hindi as a second language at degree level.
MBA (Full Time) / (Part Time), MBA (International Business) & M.B.A. (Travel & Tourism):-
For MBA courses of the University, the admission to the 2014 batch will be based on C-MAT (AICTE)/ MAT (AIMA) score and performance at Group Discussion and Interview conducted by the University. However, they must also submit their applications online to the University within the stipulated time.
Aptitude Test for MCA:-
The aptitude Test for MCA comprises 150 objective type questions designed to test the aptitude and capability of an applicant for pursuing the M.C.A programme. About 50% of the questions will be from Mathematics covering areas of Engineering Mathematics / B.Sc. subsidiary level Mathematics while the remaining questions will be to test the ability of the candidate in logical reasoning based on pictures, geometrical figures, patterns of words, Number Sequence, Set Theory, Logic decoding etc. Applicants for MCA, irrespective of whether or not they are applicants for any other programme, have to necessarily take the Test 501.
Comprises 150 objective type questions designed to assess the proficiency of the applicant at the Graduate level in the test subject chosen by the candidate. Applicants for PG programmes (other than M.A. Hindi) may choose and specify any one of the 16 subjects (listed with Code Numbers 601–604, 606-615, 617-618) relevant to the programme for which the admission is sought. A table is given at the last page of the prospectus for quick reference of the selection of Test Subjects. This subject could be either the main subject of the qualifying degree examination of the applicant or the subject nearest to the main subject, provided it meets the eligibility criteria prescribed for the programmes chosen. See chapter on “How to Choose test subjects for PG Programmes-Quick reference table”
M.A. Applied Economics:-
Comprises 150 objective type questions designed to test the proficiency of the applicant at the Graduate level in Economics. (50 % of the questions will be from Economics, 15% from Simple Mathematics, 15% from Statistics and 20% General awareness.)
The Test in Engineering Science is for testing the aptitude of an applicant for admission to the interdisciplinary programme M.Sc. Environmental Technology (Stream 1).
Tests the subject knowledge as well as aptitude of an applicant for admission to the interdisciplinary programmes of M.Sc. Biotechnology M.Sc. Environmental Technology (Stream II) M.Sc. Marine Biology and M.Sc. Biopolymer Sciences. Questions will therefore be from areas in Life Science / Medical Science / Agricultural Science, which a graduate in any of the above branches of study, should be able to answer.
3 year LL.B -
The Test for 3 year LL.B. Course-
Comprises 150 objective type questions designed to test the proficiency in English (25) Comprehension ability (25) General Knowledge/Current affairs (25) Legal aptitude (50) and Logical Reasoning (25). The maximum marks will be 450. Applicants for the above irrespective of whether or not they are applicants for any other programmes, have to necessarily take the Test 619.
Aptitude Test for Five year Integrated Dual Degree Programmes of MIP Ph.D Degree & LL.M (IPR) Ph.D Degree-
The Aptitude Test for MIP Ph.D & LL.M., Ph.D. comprises 150 objective type questions designed to test the proficiency in English (40 marks), General Knowledge (15 marks), General aptitude in Intellectual Property Law (20 marks), Analytical and Reasoning Ability (40 marks) and Aptitude to do Research (35 marks). Applicants for MIP Ph.D Degree & LL.M (IPR) Ph.D Degree, irrespective of whether or not they are applicants for any other programme, have to necessarily take the Test 620.
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