Common University Entrance Test (CUET - UG) is a national level entrance examination to be conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) for admissions in undergraduate courses in various central, state, private, & many other universities of India including Delhi University (DU), BHU, JNU, JMI, Allahabad University, University of Hyderabad amongst others.
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CUET will be the sole gateway for UG admissions to universities participating in it. As of now, there are 47 Central Universities and 250+ universities in total (including state, private, and deemed universities) that are expected to participate in CUET 2024.
The admissions hitherto done based on merit (class XII marks) will come under the purview of CUET, and the admissions will be done on the basis of the CUET score (percentile) of the candidates. Go through the major details of all the universities that will be participating in CUET 2024.
CUET is being conducted at a national level, with 250+ universities participating in it. Hence, our experts at Career Launcher have collated all the important information about the CUET entrance to help you understand all the aspects of this exam comprehensively. With all the relevant information ready at your disposal, you can analyse and comprehend the exam better and begin your preparation for the same.
For the convenience of the aspirants, here we've collated all the information about some of the top colleges from University of Delhi (DU) that will come under the purview of CUET. Get detailed information about the courses offered, application and admission process, placements, and fee structure of these colleges in the respective articles below.
All the participating universities in CUET will offer admissions in the UG courses offered by them on the basis of the CUET score of the candidates. In these articles, we have collated the information about a few popular courses, their scope, the best colleges you can apply for and career avenues that are available after completing graduation in these subjects. Follow the articles below to get detailed information.
Application Form release
3rd�week of March 2022
Submission of application form
2nd�week of April 2022
Admit card release
2nd�week of May 2022
CUET 2022 exam date
3rd�week of May 2022
Answer Key release
4th�week of May 2022
3rd�week of June 2022
CUET Colleges are universities established under an Act of Parliament and are under the control and purview of the Ministry of Education, Government of India. In 2009, Parliament passed the Central Universities Act, which paved the way for creation of 16 Central Universities in addition to the existing ones, to give representation to all states. Accordingly, all the Central Universities are now governed by the Central Universities Act, 2009.
As of June 2020, there are 54 CUET Colleges providing technical and non-technical programs to young minds.
List of CUET Colleges:
|University of Delhi||Delhi||New Delhi||1922|
|Banaras Hindu University||Uttar Pradesh||Varanasi||1916|
|Jamia Millia Islamia||Delhi||New Delhi||1920 (1988)|
|Aligarh Muslim University||Uttar Pradesh||Aligarh||1920|
|Jawaharlal Nehru University||Delhi||New Delhi||1969|
|University of Allahabad||Uttar Pradesh||Prayagraj||1887 (2005)|
|University of Hyderabad||Telangana||Hyderabad||1974|
|Visva-Bharati University||West Bengal||Shantiniketan||1921|
|Central University of Punjab||Punjab||Bathinda||2009|
|English and Foreign Languages University||Telangana||Hyderabad||1958 (2007)|
|Manipur University||Manipur||Imphal||1980 (2005)|
|North Eastern Hill University||Meghalaya||Shillong||1973|
|Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University||Uttar Pradesh||Lucknow||1996|
|Dr. Hari Singh Gour University||Madhya Pradesh||Sagar||1946(2009)|
|Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal University||Uttarakhand||Srinagar||1973(2009)|
|Indira Gandhi National Open University||Delhi||New Delhi||1985|
|Central Agricultural University||Manipur||Imphal||1993|
|Central Sanskrit University||Delhi||New Delhi||1970(2020)|
|Central Tribal University of Andhra Pradesh||Andhra Pradesh||Vizianagaram||2019|
|Central University of Andhra Pradesh||Andhra Pradesh||Anantapur||2019|
|Central University of Gujarat||Gujarat||Gandhinagar||2009|
|Indian Maritime University||Tamil Nadu||Chennai||2008|
|Central University of Haryana||Haryana||Mahendragarh||2009|
|Central University of Himachal Pradesh||Himachal Pradesh||Dharamsala||2009|
|Central University of Jammu||Jammu and Kashmir||Jammu||2011|
|Central University of Jharkhand||Jharkhand||Ranchi||2009|
|Central University of Karnataka||Karnataka||Kalaburagi||2009|
|Central University of Kashmir||Jammu and Kashmir||Srinagar||2009|
|Central University of Kerala||Kerala||Kasaragod||2009|
|Central University of Odisha||Odisha||Koraput||2009|
|Central University of Rajasthan||Rajasthan||Ajmer||2009|
|Central University of South Bihar||Bihar||Gaya||2009|
|Central University of Tamil Nadu||Tamil Nadu||Tiruvarur||2009|
|Dr. Rajendra Prasad Central Agriculture University||Bihar||Samastipur||1905(2016)|
|Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya||Chhattisgarh||Bilaspur||1983 (2009)|
|Indira Gandhi National Tribal University||Madhya Pradesh||Amarkantak||2007|
|Mahatma Gandhi Antarrashtriya Hindi Vishwavidyalaya||Maharashtra||Wardha||1997|
|Mahatma Gandhi Central University||Bihar||Motihari||2016|
|Maulana Azad National Urdu University||Telangana||Hyderabad||1998|
|Nalanda University||Bihar||Rajgir, Nalanda||2010|
|National Sanskrit University||Andhra Pradesh||Tirupati||1956 (2020)|
|National Sports University||Manipur||Imphal||2018|
|Rajiv Gandhi National Aviation University||Uttar Pradesh||Raebareli||2013|
|Rajiv Gandhi University||Arunachal Pradesh||Itanagar||1985(2007)|
|Rani Lakshmi Bai Central Agricultural University||Uttar Pradesh||Jhansi||2014|
|Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri National Sanskrit University||Delhi||New Delhi||1962(2020)|
|South Asian University||Delhi||New Delhi||2010|
The 54 Central Universities together offer close to 1.68 Lac seats under various disciplines at undergraduate level. The admissions to most universities are done based on merit (class XII marks) except for a few of them which conduct separate entrance test for admissions to the programs offered, all or few of them. However, 14 of the Central Universities, the ones established after 2009, currently conduct a Central Universities Common Entrance Test (CUET) for admissions to various disciplines at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
Central Universities Common Entrance Test (CUET) is currently conducted by 14 Central Universities and 4 State Universities. The exam is conducted in offline mode. CUET involves two Parts in offline mode:
For every correct response, candidate is awarded 1 marks and there is a penalty of 0.25 marks for every incorrect response.
The CUET 2022 Syllabus is likely to consist of 4 aptitude based sections. These sections are: English Language, Numerical Ability, Logical & Analytical Reasoning, & General Awareness and Current Affairs. Apart from this, the CUET 2022 Exam may also have a second paper which will consist of questions related to domain knowledge according to the course that you may have opted for. More specific information related to the CUET 2022 Syllabus will be available when the notification is released in April 2022.
The Common University Entrance Test (CUET) is an entrance exam for admissions to undergraduate courses offered by 250+ universities, including 47 Central Universities with the likes of Delhi University, BHU, Jamia Millia Islamia, JNU, AMU, University of Allahabad, and University of Hyderabad. The exam will test one's language aptitude, subject knowledge, and general mental ability.
In case of a tie between 2 or more students with the same CUET score choosing the same college and course, their class 12th boards marks (Best of 3, 4, and 5 subsequently) will be considered. Yet a tie, the age will be the final tiebreaker. The older student will get the seat.
CUET scores will be used for admissions to undergraduate courses of 47 Central Universities including Delhi University, BHU, Jamia Milia Islamia, JNU, AMU, University of Allahabad, University of Hyderabad among others. TISS and seven other institutions have also shown their eagerness to accept CUET Scores for admissions to their undergraduate courses.
CUET will be conducted in online mode as a Computer-Based Test by the National Testing Agency (NTA).
CUET syllabus comprises of the whole NCERT syllabus for class 12. CUET is designed to evaluate one's understanding of language, knowledge of subjects studied in class XII and general reasoning and quantitative skills. The paper will comprise of three sections: Language, Subject Domain Test and General Aptitude Test.
For every correct attempt, 5 marks will be awarded. For every incorrect attempt, 1 mark will be deducted. There will be no penalty for unattempted questions.
CUET will be conducted in three slots. The duration and the timings will be announced soon.
Any student desirous of taking admissions to undergraduate programs at the Universities participating in CUET must take the test. Admissions to all Central Universities including Delhi University, BHU, Jamia Millia Islamia, JNU, AMU, University of Allahabad, University of Hyderabad, and many other state and private universities (total 250+), will be based on CUET scores and no direct weightage will be given to class XII boards marks.
Going by the past experience of CUET 2023, the test is expected to be moderately difficult to easy. CUET is a mix of General Ability Tests, understanding of language, and subjects studied in class XII. One can excel and score well if they are determined and focused; coupled with the right approach, practice, and preparation.
CUET will only release the students' scorecards. The cut-off will be decided by each of the participating Central Universities separately, for each program on offer. Each University will announce the cut-off for a program based on the number of applications they receive for the program.
As of now, one can sit for the CUET multiple times. However, the Central Universities might have their own eligibility criteria for admission to their UG programs.
A candidate can apply for multiple courses and Universities, based on fulfilment of the eligibility criteria as determined by respective universities. There is no upper or lower limit to the number of universities a candidate can apply.
Yes. One can appear for CUET even when one is due to appear for the Class XII Boards exams. But one will need to produce the marksheet/certificates about fulfilling the eligibility criteria for the Course/University applied, at the time of admissions.
As of now, CUET is conducted only once a year.
Yes, Only CUET scores will now be accepted for admissions to undergraduate programs in all the Central and many other Universities (250+) participating in CUET.
Admissions are handled at the level of each of the participating universities for the respective program. The relevant universities will decide the cut-off for each program based on the CUET scores of applicants.
The National Testing Agency entrusted to conduct the CUET exam will release the sample paper in due course. However, Career Launcher provides free sample mock, which can be accessed from the free account at aspiration.ai. For which you need to register first.
Preparing for any entrance exam requires one to know about the paper pattern and the content covered therein. So, start with writing a Mock Test at www.aspiration.ai. Following tips will help you prepare better for CUET:
The registration process for the CUET 2024 will Tentatively start in the second week of Feburary.
A total of 47 Central Universities will adopt CUET; with each University having its own criteria for admissions using the CUET score. One can apply to as many Universities one wishes for. Decision to select the university should be based on cost, quality of education and placement opportunities among others.
There are 47 Central Universities and a total of 250+ universities participating in the CUET. Together, they will offer more than 3 lakh seats for various undergraduate courses.
Yes. SRCC, Hindu College, St. Stephens' College are affiliated to University of Delhi, which is a Central University. Thus, those and all other colleges of Delhi University will follow the rules as decided by the University of Delhi.
Banaras Hindu University (BHU) is a Central University founded in 1916. CUET 2022, and onwards, will be mandatory for all Central Universities in the country. Accordingly, BHU will not be conducting its own entrance any more for B.Com.; and will, instead, accept the scores of CUET.
Yes. CUET is mandatory for admissions to undergraduate programs in all the colleges affiliated to a Central University. If you wish to study B.A (Hons) in any discipline from any of the affiliated colleges of Delhi University, you will need to take CUET.
The University of Hyderabad offers Five-Year Integrated Master of Science (M.Sc.) in various disciplines. As it is a Central University, established in 1974 by an Act of the Parliament, it will be part of CUET; and will admit students based on CUET scores.
Yes. Being a Central University, JNU will be part of CUET; and will accept CUET scores for admissions into its undergraduate courses.