CUK (Central University of Kerala) UG and PG Admissions 2018

Last Updated - February 16 2018

CUK (Central University of Kerala) UG and PG Admissions 2018

Central University of Kerala (CUK) is one of the 8 central universities of the country which provide admission to its Under-Graduate (UG) and Post-Graduate (PG) programmes via Central University Common Entrance Test (CUCET).

Aspirants can register for the test via the online registration procedure available on the official CUCET website. Upon successful submission of application, aspirants must submit the procedures fee via online/offline payment modes within the stipulated time.

Upon successful submission of applications and online payment of need fees, the students will receive a confirmation message instantly. If the payment is done via offline mode, the aspirant will get a message after reconciliation from the bank within 2-3 days of payment.

Applications should be submitted online only. Applicable aspirants will be shortlisted for admission to UG/ Post Graduate programmes on the basis of their score in the CUCET.

  • START DATE - END DATE

    14th Mar 2018 - 20th Apr 2018

  • Method of Application

    Online

  • RESULT DATE

    17th Jun 2018


Important Dates for CUK (Central University of Kerala) UG and PG Admissions 2018

BA, MA, M.Sc, M.Ed & LLM
STATUSEVENTDATE
Registration14th Mar - 20th Apr 2018
Hall Tickets available online06th May 2018
Date of Entrance Examination21st - 22nd May 2018
Releasement of Results17th Jun 2018
Uploading of Final Rank list26th Jun 2018
Counseling of General aspirants09th Jul 2018
Counseling of Reserved aspirants10th Jul 2018
List of Vacant Seats available11th Jul 2018
Counseling of Vacant Seats (General aspirants)13th Jul 2018
Counseling of Vacant Seats (Reserved aspirants)14th Jul 2018
Commencement of Classes01st Aug, 2018

Eligibility Criteria for CUK UG and PG Admissions 2018

The following sections contains detailed eligibility criteria for different programmes provideed by the Central University of Kerala.

BA

B.A. International Relations – 40 seats

  • The aspirants should not have finished 19 years of age as on July 1, 2016, of the related admission year.
  • The aspirant must possess at least 50% marks or equivalent in 10+2 examination from a recognised Board. For SC/ST aspirants, at least need aggregate is 45%

MA

M.A. (Economics) – 26 seats

  • The aspirants should not have finished 25 years of age as on July 1, 2016, of the related year of admission
  • The aspirant should possess Bachelor’s Degree (studied in 10+2+3 system) in any branch with minimum 50% marks or equivalent grade from a recognised University. 5% relaxation in at least requirement of marks granted to SC/ST aspirants
5% relaxation in at least requirement of marks granted to SC/ST aspirants
  • The aspirants should not have finished 25 years of age as on July 1, 2016, of the related year of admission
  • M.A. (English & Comparative Literature) – 26 seats

    • The aspirants should not have finished 25 years of age as on July 1, 2016, of the related year of admission
    • An aspirant should possess Bachelor’s Degree (studied in 10+2+3 system) in any branch with minimum 50% marks or equivalent grade in English from a recognised University. 5% relaxation in at least requirement of marks granted to SC/ST aspirants

    M.A. (Hindi & Comparative Literature) – 26 seats

    • The aspirant should possess Bachelor’s Degree (studied in 10+2+3 system) in any branch with minimum 50% marks or equivalent grade in Hindi from a recognised University. 5% relaxation in at least requirement of marks granted to SC/ST aspirants
    • The aspirants should not have finished 25 years of age as on July 1, 2016, of the related year of admission

    M.A. (International Relations & Political Science) – 26 seats

    • The aspirant should possess Bachelor’s Degree (studied in 10+2+3 system) in any branch with minimum 50% marks or equivalent grade from a recognised University. 5% relaxation in at least requirement of marks granted to SC/ST aspirants
    • The aspirants should not have finished 25 years of age as on July 1, 2016, of the related year of admission

    M.A. (Malayalam) – 26 seats

    • For SC/ST aspirants, 5% relaxation is granted in the at least requirement of marks
    • Bachelor’s Degree in any branch with not less than 50% marks or equivalent grade in Malayalam from a recognised University (studied in 10+2+3 system)
    • The aspirants should not have finished 25 years of age as on July 1, 2016, of the related year of admission

    Master of Social Work (M.S.W) – 26 seats

    • The aspirants should not have finished 25 years of age as on July 1, 2016, of the related year of admission
    • An aspirant should possess Bachelor’s Degree (studied in 10+2+3 system) in any branch with minimum 50% marks or equivalent grade from a recognised University. 5% relaxation in at least requirement of marks granted to SC/ST aspirants

    M.A. (Linguistics & Language Technology) – 26 seats

    • An aspirant should possess Bachelor’s Degree (studied in 10+2+3 system) in any branch with minimum 50% marks or equivalent grade in English from a recognised University.

    M.Ed

    Master of Education (M.Ed.)  

    English – 8 seats

    Science – 10 seats

    Social Science – 9 seats

    Mathematics – 8 seats

    • The aspirants should not have finished 25 years of age as on July 1, 2016, of the related year of admission
    • The aspirant should possess B.Ed Degree (studied in 10+2+3+1 System) in the subject related with minimum 50% marks or equivalent grade from a recognised University. For SC/ST aspirants, at least need aggregate is 45%

    LLM

    Master of Law (L.L.M.) – 30 seats

    • For SC/ST aspirants, 5% relaxation is granted in the at least requirement of marks
    • Aspirant should possess a three-year/five-year regular LL.B. Degree from a recognised Indian or foreign university with minimum 50% marks or equivalent grade point in the aggregate
    • The aspirants should not have finished 25 years of age as on July 1, 2016, of the related year of admission

    M.Sc

    Master in Science (M.Sc.)  

    M.Sc. Animal Science – 20 seats

    • B.Sc. in Zoology (studied in 10+2+3 system) with Botany and Chemistry/Biochemistry as subsidiary subjects or Any subject under Life Sciences with Zoology as a major/core subject with at least of 55% marks or equivalent grade in the subject, from a recognised University.
    • For SC/ST aspirants, 5% relaxation is granted in the at least requirement of marks
    • The aspirants should not have finished 25 years of age as on July 1, 2016, of the related year of admission

    M.Sc. Biochemistry and Molecular biology – 20 seats

    • The aspirants should not have finished 25 years of age as on July 1, 2016, of the related year of admission
    • For SC/ST aspirants, 5% relaxation is granted in the at least requirement of marks
    • B.Sc. with Chemistry/Biochemistry/any subject under Life Sciences with Chemistry/Biochemistry as a major/ core subject (studied in 10+2+3 system) with at least 55% marks or equivalent grade in the subject, from a recognised University.

    M.Sc. Chemistry – 16 seats

    • B.Sc. degree with an at least of 55% marks in aggregate for Science subjects, with Chemistry as the Main or one of the Main subjects, and Mathematics as one of the subsidiary subjects (studied in 10+2+3 system)
    • For SC/ST aspirants, 5% relaxation is granted in the at least requirement of marks
    • The aspirants should not have finished 25 years of age as on July 1, 2016, of the related year of admission

    M.Sc. Computer Science – 20 seats

    • For SC/ST aspirants, 5% relaxation is granted in the at least requirement of marks.
    • The aspirants should not have finished 25 years of age as on July 1, 2016, of the related year of admission
    • B.Sc. Computer Science/ BCA / B.Tech. Computer Science or equivalent with 55%marks or an equivalent grade in the qualifying examination from a recognised University (studied in 10+2+3 system)

    M.Sc. Environmental Science – 20 seats

    • The aspirants should not have finished 25 years of age as on July 1, 2016, of the related year of admission
    • For SC/ST aspirants, 5% relaxation is granted in the at least requirement of marks.
    • Bachelor’s degree in Science/Engineering/Agricultural Sciences/ Geology/ Geography with at least 55% marks or equivalent grade from a recognised University (studied in 10+2+3 system)

    M.Sc. Genomic Science - 20 seats

    • The aspirants should not have finished 25 years of age as on July 1, 2016, of the related year of admission
    • For SC/ST aspirants, 5% relaxation is granted in the at least requirement of marks
    • B.Sc. with Biotechnology/Biochemistry/any subject under Life Sciences with Biotechnology/ Biochemistry as a major/core subject with at least 55% marks or equivalent grade in the subject, from a recognised University (studied in 10+2+3 system)

    M.Sc. Mathematics – 26 seats

    • B.Sc. in Mathematics with at least 55% marks or equivalent grade in the optional (main and subsidiaries) subjects from a recognised University (studied in 10+2+3 system)
    • For SC/ST aspirants, 5% relaxation is granted in the at least requirement of marks
    • The aspirants should not have finished 25 years of age as on July 1, 2016, of the related year of admission

    M.Sc. Plant Science – 20 seats

    • For SC/ST aspirants, 5% relaxation is granted in the at least requirement of marks
    • The aspirants should not have finished 25 years of age as on July 1, 2016, of the related year of admission
    • B.Sc. in Botany/Plant Science or any subject under Life Sciences with Botany/Plant Science as a major/core subject with at least 55% marks or equivalent grade in the subject, from a recognised University

    M.Sc. Physics – 20 seats

    • For SC/ST aspirants, 5% relaxation is granted in the at least requirement of marks
    • B.Sc. Physics with at least of 55% marks or an equivalent grade in the subject from a recognised University (studied in 10+2+3 system)
    • The aspirants should not have finished 25 years of age as on July 1, 2016, of the related year of admission


    How to apply for Central University of Kerala UG and PG Admissions 2018

    LLM , MA & M.Ed

    Aspirants are need to fill the online application form in order to appear for CUCET 2018. The signature image should have dimensions 140 x 60 pixels and the file size should be between 5kb to 20kb

    Step 4: In the next step, aspirant should register for three courses in a particular selected program from Central University of Kerala

    Step 5: In this step, aspirants can edit their applications and proceed for payment of procedures fee via any of the following modes:

    Online method of payment: Aspirants can pay the need application fee via online payment modes such as Netbanking/ Creditcard/ Debit card.

    Offline method of payment: Aspirants can also pay the need fee offline via E-Challan at any SBI discipline. In case of offline payment via E-challan, the participant will get a message after reconciliation from SBI.

    Pre-requisites for applying to CUCET 2018:

    • Email id
    • Scanned photo
    • Credit card, Net banking or ATM-cum-Debit card (for online Payment mode)
    • Scanned signature

    CUCET application procedure consists of the following steps:

    Step 1: Aspirant should log in to official CUCET website and go to the “Apply” section.

    Step 2: Click on the Registration link against the UG/Post Graduate Course which you seeking to apply for. After successful registration, the aspirant will receive a mail and message at the respective register email ID and mobile.

    Step 3: After filling in all the relevant details cautiously, the aspirant should upload his/her scanned photo and signature.

    Note: The photograph should have dimensions 200 x 230 pixels and the file size should be between 10kb to 100 kb. If a participant pays the examination fee via offline challan method of SBI, the bank charges of INR 50 will be borne by the aspirant.

    The aspirant may fill the form partially and log in again to clear it later.

    Aspirants will receive confirmation alerts at the time of registration and after completing payment via online modes.


    Selection Procedures of Central University of Kerala UG and PG Admissions 2018

    LLM, MA & M.Ed

    Admission to all the above-mentioned programmes of the Central University of Kerala is done via scores obtained in the Central University Common Entrance Test (CUCET). 


    Reservation Criteria of CUK UG and PG Admissions 2018

    In each department, 15%, 7.5% and 27% of seats are reserved for SC, ST and OBC respectively. According to Govt. of India norms, 3% of the seats are reserved for differently abled persons


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