Domain Subjects in CUET 2024; Check Complete List, Course Mapping Criteria

Central University Entrance Test 2024 ( CUET )

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The CUET UG 2024 application form submission date was extended till April 05, 2024 at cuetug.ntaonline.in. Candidates desirous of taking admission to UG courses offered by CUET accepting colleges must check the list of domain subjects in CUET. Know the CUET exam pattern and course mapping of CUET domain subjects here.

Domain Subjects in CUET

Domain Subjects in CUET

National Testing Agency (NTA) has opened CUET UG 2024 correction window till April 07, 2024. NTA  prescribes the CUET domain subjects. The number of CUET domain subjects has been increased from 27 to 29. Common University Entrance Test (CUET) UG is conducted for entry to UG admission process of top universities in India. There are 29 CUET domain subjects in section 2 of CUET exam. Candidates could opt for a maximum of six subjects from all three sections (Three from domain subjects, two from languages and general test). Candidates were able to enter the subject preference while filling the CUET online form 2024. NTA ended the CUET 2024 registration on April 05, 2024. CUET 2024 exam date has been announced. The CUET 2024 exam is scheduled to be held from May 15 to May 31, 2024 in Hybrid mode. The exam timing and the number of shifts will be declared on CUET intimation slip and CUET admit card.

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CUET Exam Pattern

NTA prescribes the CUET exam pattern. As per the exam pattern, the CUET examination is divided into three parts- language, domain subjects and General Test. Refer the table below to know the detailed CUET exam pattern:

Q:   How do I apply for a college which requires CUET percentage even though am yet to give CUET?

A:

Candidates can apply for CUET score accepting colleges through CUET UG 2024 application form. While filling the application form, candidates will be required to enter the name of the preffered universities and courses in order of preference. On declaration of the CUET results, the scores will be shared with the unoversities for which candidate has applied. Basis on the score obtained candidate will be shortlisted for the applied course.

Q:   Does CUET require OBC certificate?

A:

Yes, OBC candidates applying for CUET must upload the OBC-NCL certificate in online CUET application form. The OBC-NCL certificate must be issued in consonance with the latest guidelines of the Government of India. If candidate fail to upload the OBC-NCL certificate (issued on or after 01 April, 2023) at the time of CUET 2024 registration, then in such case they will have to upload a declaration in lieu of OBC-NCl certificate to that effect. 

Candidates belonging to reserved categories are admitted under the seats reserved for them in accordance with the rules prescribed by Government of India. However, in the case of central universities admission, the reservation criteria of the respective university shall be applicable.

Q:   What is the criteria for admission via CUET exam?

A:

For admission in Universities through CUET (UG) - 2025, the existing policies regarding quota, category, relaxation, reservations, qualification, subject combinations, preferences etc.. of the respective University / Institution shall be applicable. For appearing in CUET exam there is no age limit, however, candidates will be required to follow the age criteria (if any) prescribed the university in which candidate is desirous of taking admission. As the eligibility criteria for admission may be unique for every University, the candidates are advised to visit the University website to which they are applying for their respective programs.

Mere appearance in the CUET exam will not guarantee admission to the programme untill the candidates has:

  • Studied subject (s) in major
  • Fulfilled the subject combination criteria

Section

Number of Questions

Duration

Section IA- Language

(includes 13 languages)

40 questions to be attempted out of 50 in each language

45 minutes for each language

Section IB- Language

(includes 20 languages)

Section II- Domain Specific

40 Questions to be attempted out of 50

45 Minutes for each Domain-Specific Subject*

Section III- General Test

50 Questions to be attempted out of 60

60 minutes

*Important note- In subjects i.e., Accountancy, Economics, Physics, Computer Science / Informatics Practices, Chemistry and Mathematics / Applied Mathematics and General Test, duration of the test will be 60 minutes.

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CUET Domain Subjects

NTA offers 29 domain-specific subjects under section 2. Candidate may choose any subject as desired by the university(ies). This section includes 45/50 questions, out of which test takers will be required to attempt 35/40 questions. Refer below to know the CUET domain subjects:

CUET 27 Domain Subjects

CUET Domain Subjects

Syllabus Link

1. Accountancy/ Book Keeping

CUET Accountancy Syllabus

2. Agriculture

CUET Agriculture Syllabus  

3. Anthropology

CUET Anthropology Syllabus  

4. Biology

CUET Biology Syllabus

5. Business Studies

CUET Business Studies Syllabus  

6. Chemistry

CUET Chemistry Syllabus  

7. Computer Science/ Informatics Practices

CUET Computer Science Syllabus  

8. Economics/ Business Economics

CUET Economics Syllabus  

9. Engineering Graphics

CUET Engineering Graphics Syllabus

10. Entrepreneurship

CUET Entrepreneurship Syllabus  

11. Fine Arts/ Visual Arts (Sculpture/ Painting)/Commercial Arts

CUET Fine Arts Syllabus  

12. Geography/Geology

CUET Geography Syllabus  

13. Home Science

CUET Home Science Syllabus  

14. History

CUET History Syllabus  

15. Knowledge Tradition and Practices of India

CUET Knowledge Tradition and Practices of India Syllabus

16. Legal Studies

CUET Legal Studies Syllabus  

17. Environmental Science

CUET Environmental Science Syllabus  

18. Mathematics

CUET Mathematics Syllabus  

19. Physical Education/ NCC /Yoga

CUET Physical Education Syllabus  

20. Physics

CUET Physics Syllabus  

21. Political Science

CUET Political Science Syllabus  

22. Psychology

CUET Psychology Syllabus  

23. Sociology

CUET Sociology Syllabus  

24. Teaching Aptitude

CUET Teaching Aptitude Syllabus  

25. Mass Media/ Mass Communication

CUET Mass Media/ Mass Communication Syllabus  

26. Performing Arts

CUET Performing Arts Syllabus  

27. Sanskrit

CUET Sanskrit Syllabus

28. Fashion Studies

CUET Fashion Studies Syllabus

29. Tourism

CUET Tourism Syllabus

CUET Domain Subjects: How to Map Subjects with Courses?

Candidates seeking admission to the Undergraduate program of CUET accepting colleges must map the CUET domain subjects as per the university requirement. Students will be able to select a maximum of six subjects from all three sections. To map the CUET subjects, candidates must go through the website of the University (seeking admission for) to know the course eligibility and required CUET subject mapping.

Q:   How do I select the domain subjects for CUET UG?

A:

Before selecting the test or domain subjects, candidates are advised to visit the official website of university/organaisation they wish to apply for. Candidates must check the courses offered and eligibility test that they should appear in for admission to desired course. The choice of language/domain subject and General test will depend upon the course and university. Candidates will be able to opt for one or more tests as per the requirement of the course and university fro  the following sections:

  • Section IA - 13 Languages
  • Section IB - 20 Languages
  • Section II - 27 Domain Specific Subjects
  • Section III - General Test

It is not mandatory to choose any one or more of the tests stated above. The choice of tests would depend on the course/s opted by the candidate and the University / Organization / Institution where admission is sought. 

Q:   Can I opt for several subjects in section II of CUET to apply for various courses?

A:

Yes, an CUET applicant can opt for one or more combinations of the following:

  • Section IA and I B: Language Test
  • Section II: Domain subject test
  • Section III: General Test

Candidates will be able to opt up to a maximum of six subjects in order to apply to different applicable courses that require these subjects for being eligible for admissions. Candidates must ensure that they have studied these subjects in 12th grade or as prescribed by a particular University under their eligibility conditions for a particular programme.

Q:   What is programme specific eligibility criteria in CUET?

A:

For admission to the desirous University/Institution, the candidates must appear in CUET 2024 in the Languages and Domain Specific subjects as per the Program-Specific Eligibility for which s (he) is desirous to take admission. For instance if candidate wishes to apply for B.Com (Hons.) programe in Delhi University he/she will be required to make the subject combination as :

Combination I: Any one Language from List A + Mathematics/Applied Mathematics + Any two subjects out of which at least one should be from List B1
OR
Combination II: Any one Language from List A + Accountancy/Book Keeping + Any two subjects out of which at least one should be from List B1

Candidates are advised to check CUET programme specific eligibility criteria before filling the application form, failing which they will not qualify for further admission process. 

Q:   What if I get compartment, then will I be able to appear for the CUET and get admission in college?

A:

Yes, it is possible to appear for compartment exams and still appear for CUET and secure college admission within the same academic year.

Educational boards conduct compartment exams for students who performed poorly in one or two subjects during their board exams. These compartment exams are typically held a few months after the regular board exams and offer students an opportunity to reattempt any subjects they failed, thereby improving their overall pass percentage.

In situations where a student does not meet the admission requirements for college due to failing one or more subjects in their board exams, they can opt to take compartment exams with the aim of enhancing their grades. Once the results of the compartment exams are published, students can utilize their improved scores to fulfill the CUET college admission criteria.

It's essential to keep in mind that the admission procedures for each college and university can differ, and some institutions may have specific additional requirements or application deadlines for students intending to take compartment exams. Therefore, it is advisable to inquire about the admission policies regarding compartment exams at the respective college or university.

 

Q:   In CUET UG domain specific subjects, the UG course I wish to pursue is not available. What should I do?

A:

Candidates are advised to check the University where the desired UG course is offered and check the eligibity test to appear for admission to the university. Follow the steps below to check the eligibility test:

Follow the Steps given below:

  1. Open List of University provided at the official website of NTA CUET UG
  2. Select the University and Courses where candidate intend to take admission. Visit the Website (s) of the University and check the eligibility criteria for the courses in which candidate intend to take admission (required Test/Subjects for appearing in CUET (UG). This should be noted down for all University/ Universities and Courses where candidate intend to take admission.
  3. Select the required Test/Subjects for appearing in CUET (UG) while filling the application form.

To know the CUET subject mapping criteria for each university, candidates must follow the steps mentioned below:

Step 1- Visit the official website- cuetug.ntaonline.in

Step 2- Screen will now display the list of CUET UG participating universities

Step 3- Click on the name of university

Step 4- Screen will now display the subject mapping criteria for each course.

Table below highlights the UG courses offered by various universities and the subject mapping required to apply for the programme. Table below gives an idea about subjects that candidates candidates can map to the desired course.

Programme/ Course offered Domain/ General/ Optional Languages mapped to the Programmes
B.Sc. (Hons.) Anthropology Physics, Chemistry, Biology/BiologicalStudies/Biotechnology/Biochemistry, Any one Language
B.Sc. (Hons.) Biological Sciences Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biological Studies/Biotechnology/Biochemistry, Any one Language
B.Sc. (Hons.) Botany Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biological Studies/Biotechnology/Biochemistry, Any one Language
B.Sc. (Hons.) Zoology Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biological Studies/Biotechnology/Biochemistry, Any one Language
B.Sc. (Hons.) Biomedical Science Physics, Chemistry, Biology/BiologicalStudies/Biotechnology/Biochemistry, Any one Language
B.Sc. (Hons.) Biochemistry Physics, Chemistry, Biology/BiologicalStudies/Biotechnology/Biochemistry/Mathematics/Applied Mathematics,Any one Language
B.Sc. (Hons.) Chemistry Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics/Applied Mathematics, Any one Language
B.Sc. (Hons.) Physics Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics/Applied Mathematics, Any one Language
B.Sc. (Hons.) Polymer Science Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics/Applied Mathematics, Any one Language
B.Sc. (Hons.) Computer Science Any one from Section I + Mathematics/Applied Mathematics + Any two from Section II
B.Sc. (Hons.) Electronics Physics, Chemistry/ Computer Science/Informatics Practices, Mathematics/Applied Mathematics, Any one Language
B.Sc. (Hons.) Instrumentation Physics, Chemistry/ Computer Science/Informatics Practices, Mathematics/Applied Mathematics, Any one Language
B.Sc. (Hons) Environmental Science Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics/Applied Mathematics/ Biology/BiologicalStudies/Biotechnology/Biochemistry, Any one Language
B.Sc. (Hons.) Food Technology Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics/Applied Mathematics/ Biology/BiologicalStudies/Biotechnology/Biochemistry, Any one Language
B.Sc. (Hons.) Geology Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics/Applied Mathematics/ Biology/BiologicalStudies/Biotechnology/Biochemistry/ Geography, Any one Language
B.Sc. (Hons.) Mathematics Any one from Section I + Mathematics/Applied Mathematics + Any two from Section II
B.Sc. (Hons.) Statistics Any one from Section I + Mathematics/Applied Mathematics + Any two from Section II
B.Sc. (Hons.) Home Science Biology/BiologicalStudies/Biotechnology/Biochemistry, Physics/ Chemistry, Any one from Section II,Any one Language
B.Sc. (Prog.) Applied Physical Sciences with Analytical Methods in Chemistry and Biochemistry Physcics,Mathematics/Applied Mathematics, Chemistry, Any one Language
B.Sc. (Prog.) Physical Science with Computer Science/ Informatics Practices Physics+Mathematics/Applied Mathematics+Chemistry/ Computer Science/Informatics Practices, Any one Language
B.Tech. (Information Technology and Mathematical Innovation) Any one from Section I +Mathematics/Applied Mathematics + Section III
B.A.(Hons.) Punjabi Punjabi + Any three from Section II OR Any one from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons) Persian Persian + Any three from Section II OR Any one from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons.) French French + Any three from Section II OR Any one from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons.) German German + Any three from Section II OR Any one from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A.(Hons.) Philosophy Any one from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons.) Journalism English + Any three from Section II / Section III
B.A. Hons. (Humanities and Social Sciences) (offered by Cluster Innovation Centre) Any one from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A.(Hons.) Political Science Any one from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A.(Hons.) Social Work Any one from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A.(Hons.) Sociology Any one from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons.) Multi-Media and Mass Communication Any one from Section I + Any one from Section II+ Section III
B.A. (Program) Any one from Section I + Any three from Section II OR Any one from Section I+ Any one from Section II + Section III
B.Voc. (Health Care Management) Any one from Section I + Any three from Section II OR Any one from Section I+ Any one from Section II + Section III
B.Voc. (Web Designing) Any one from Section I + Mathematics/Applied Mathematics + Any two from Section II ORAny one from Section I+ Mathematics/Applied Mathematics + Section III
B. Com. (Hons.) Any one from Section I + Mathematics/Applied Mathematics/ Accountancy/Book Keeping + Any two from Section II
B. Com. Any one from Section I + Any three from Section II OR Any one from Section I+ Any one from Section II + Section III
B.Sc. (Hons.) Microbiology Physics, Chemistry, Biology/BiologicalStudies/Biotechnology/Biochemistry, Any one Language
B.Sc. (Prog.) Applied Physical Sciences with Industrial Chemistry Physcics+Mathematics/Applied Mathematics+Chemistry, Any one Language
B. Sc. (Prog.) Physical Science with Electronics Physcics+Mathematics/Applied Mathematics+Chemistry/ Computer Science/Informatics Practices, Any one Language
B.Sc. (Prog.) Life Science Physics+Chemsitry+ Biology/BiologicalStudies/Biotechnology/Biochemistry, Any one Language
B.Sc. (Prog.) Applied Life Science Physics+Chemsitry+ Biology/BiologicalStudies/Biotechnology/Biochemistry, Any one Language
B.A. (Hons.) Sanskrit Any one from Section I + Sanskrit from Section I/ Section II + Any two from Section II OR Sanskrit from Section I+ Any three from Section II OR Any one from Section I+ Three from Section II
B.A. (Hons.) English English+ Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons.) Italian Italian + Any three from Section II OR Any one from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A.(Hons.) Applied Psychology Any one from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons) Hindi Patrakarita Hindi + Any three from Section II / Section III
B.A.(Hons.) History Any one from Section I + Any three from Section II
Five Year Integrated Program in Journalism English/ Hindi + Section III
B.Voc. (Banking Operations) Any one from Section I + Any three from Section II OR Any one from Section I+ Any one from Section II + Section III
B.Voc. (Software Development) Any one from Section I + Mathematics/Applied Mathematics + Any two from Section II OR Any one from Section I+ Mathematics/Applied Mathematics+ Section III
B.Sc. (Pass) Home Science Any one from Section I + Any three from Section II OR Any one from Section I+ Any one from Section II + Section III
B. Sc. (Prog.) Physical Science with Chemistry Physics+Mathematics/Applied Mathematics+Chemistry, Any one Language
B.Sc. (Prog.) Mathematical Science Any one from Section I +Mathematics/Applied Mathematics + Any two from Section II
B.Sc. in Physical Education, Health Education & Sports "Any one from Section I +Physical Education / National Cadet Corps (NCC) / Yoga + Any two from Section II OR Any one from Section I + Any three from Section II"
B.A. (Hons) Hindi Hindi + Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons.) Bengali Bengali + Any three from Section II OR Any one from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons.) Urdu Urdu + Any three from Section II OR Any one from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons.) Arabic Arabic + Any three from Section II OR Any one from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons.) Spanish Spanish + Any three from Section II OR Any one from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A.(Hons.) Psychology Any one from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A.(Hons.) Geography Any one from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A.(Hons.) Economics Any one from Section I + Mathematics/Applied Mathematics + Any two from Section II
B.A. (Vocational Studies) Any one from Section I + Any three from Section II OR Any one from Section I+ Any one from Section II + Section III
B.Voc. (Retail Management and IT) Any one from Section I + Any three from Section II OR Any one from Section I+ Any one from Section II + Section III
B.A. (Hons) in Karnatak Music- Vocal/ Instrumental (Veena/ Violin) Any one from Section I +Performing Arts + Any two from Section II OR Any one from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons) in Hindustani Music- Vocal/ Instrumental (Sitar/ Sarod/ Guitar/ Violin/ Santoor Any one from Section I +Performing Arts + Any two from Section II OR Any one from Section I + Any three from Section II
Bachelor of Management Studies [BMS] Any one from Section I + Mathematics/Applied Mathematics + Section III
Bachelor of Business Administration (Financial Investment Analysis) [BBA(FIA)] Any one from Section I + Mathematics/Applied Mathematics + Section III
Bachelor of Business Economics [BBE] Any one from Section I + Mathematics/Applied Mathematics + Section III
Bachelor of Elementary Education (B.El.Ed.) Any one from Section I + Any three from Section II
B.A. (Hons) in Hindustani Music – Percussion (Tabla/ Pakhawaj) Any one from Section I +Performing Arts + Any two from Section II OR Any one from Section I + Any three from Section II
Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) Any one from Section I + Any Section III

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CUET UG 2024 Preparation

CUET is the biggest UG entrance exam carnical conducted for admission to top central, state, deemed or private universities. Candidates must prepare well for the CUET exam to meet the cut-off criteria for the desired course and university. Some of the important tips to prepare for CUET UG exam are:

  • Candidates must familiarise themselves with the structure of the CUET exam, including the number and types of questions, subjects covered, and marking scheme. Knowing the CUET 2024 syllabus thoroughly is crucial.
  • Time must be divided effectively among different subjects. Allocate more time to subjects that candidate find challenging.
  • Choosing the right books and study materials for CUET preparation is important. NCERT books are generally a good starting point, especially for core subjects.
  • Candidates must regularly revise topics they have studied through CUET previous year question papers. This helps in retaining information and understanding concepts better.
  • Attempting CUET mock tests and solving CUET question papers 2024 will help understand the exam pattern, improve time management, and identify weak areas.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on CUET Domain Subjects

Q. How many domain subjects are compulsory in CUET for DU?

Ans. Candidates can apply for maximum six subjects from all three section of CUET. To apply for the DU courses, candidates must check the course eligibility and map the CUET domain subjects accordingly. Some DU courses may require mapping of three subjects whereas some may require mapping of five subjects. The number of subject mapping differs from course to course.

Q. Can I choose 3 subjects in CUET?

Ans. Yes, candidates can choose three subjects in CUET to appear for the exam. However, student must ensure they have checked the course eligibility before mapping the subjects.

Q. What languages I can opt for in CUET UG?

Ans. CUET section 1 is divided into two parts. From Section 1 A candidates can choose any one language from these 13 languages- Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Gujarati, Odia, Bengali, Assamese, Punjabi, English, Hindi, and Urdu.

In section 1 B part candidates can choose any one language from these 20 languages-French, Spanish, German, Nepali, Persian, Italian, Arabic, Sindhi, Kashmiri, Konkani, Bodo, Dogri, Maithili, Manipuri, Santhali, Tibetan, Japanese, Russian, and Chinese.

Q. When should I opt for General Test section?

Ans. Candidates can choose general test for the vocational courses or courses which have open eligibility.

Q. What is the difficulty level of CUET exam?

Ans. CUET difficulty level depends upon the amount of preparation done by candidate. For average students, the difficulty level of CUET is moderate whereas, it will be challenging for candidates who will not prepare well for exam.

Q. What is a good score in CUET?

Ans. Score of 700 or above is considered a good score in CUET. Scoring above 700 can make candidates fall in 95-99 percentile category. The cut off for top UG colleges remains between 95 to 99 percentile.

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