CUSAT CAT 2020 dates announced

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Mandeep Kumar
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Updated on Jan 7, 2020 09:32 IST

CUSAT CAT 2020 dates of the various events have been announced by the Cochin University. Check last date of registration with late fee, admit card availability, exam pattern below.

Cochin University has released CUSAT CAT 2020 dates. Candidates who are aspiring admission can note down the dates of the different events. The registration for all UG and PG courses (except MPhil, PhD, and Diploma) will begin from January 8, 2020. It is important to meet the eligibility criteria in order to apply for the examination.

CUSAT CAT will be conducted on April 18, 2020 and April 19, 2020. It is an online examination that is Computer Based Test (CBT). The successful candidates will get the call for participating in the CUSAT CAT counselling.

CUSAT CAT 2020 Dates

CUSAT CAT dates of the application form, admit card, and examination is available now. The dates of result, counselling, etc. will be announced later. Check the CUSAT CAT dates 2020 in the table below.

Events Dates
Application Form begins January 8, 2020 
Deadline for Application Submission January 31, 2020 (with late fee up to February 7, 2020)
Admit Card Release March 27, 2020 to April 19, 2020
CUSAT CAT 2020 April 18, 2020 and April 19, 2020
Declaration of CUSAT CAT 2020 Results First week of June 2020
Counseling and Seat Allotment June and July 2020

CUSAT CAT Application Procedure

The application form will be available at the official website of CUSAT CAT. Candidates should fill correct details in the CUSAT CAT application form. The application process comprises of the various stages such as Registration, Filling of the application form, Uploading of the photo & signature, Filling of the course preference, Application fee payment, Exam centre selection and then final submission of the application form.

CUSAT CAT Exam Pattern

CUSAT CAT question paper will have three sections namely Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. The mathematics section consists of maximum questions that are 125 questions. On the other hand, physics and chemistry section will have 75 and 50 questions respectively. So, there will be a total of 250 questions and the duration will be 3 hours. Three marks will be awarded for a correct answer and one mark will be deducted for a wrong answer.

Papers

Subjects

Total Questions

Duration

Paper 1

Mathematics

125

3 Hours

Paper 2

Physics

75

Chemistry

50

Total

250

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Mandeep Kumar
Senior Executive Content

An Electrical Engineering Graduate who follows the educational events and write about them to share valuable information with the aspirants.

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