CUSAT CAT 2018 Syllabus and exam pattern (Test Structure)

CUSAT CAT 2018 Syllabus and exam pattern (test structure): cusat.nic.in – Applicants can get entire details about the CUSAT CAT Syllabus and exam pattern (test structure) in this article. CUSAT stands for Cochin University of Science and Technology who conduct the engineering entrance exam of CUSAT CAT. So candidates who want to do graduates and post graduates courses from The Cochin University and want to know about CUSAT CAT 2018 Syllabus and exam pattern (test structure) for different courses. So, they are advised to read below information. We are providing you all the related information about CUSAT CAT 2018 Syllabus and exam pattern (test structure) from this web page. If you need more information regarding syllabus and exam pattern then you can visit the official website of the Cochin University or you can bookmark this web page for latest information.

Syllabus and exam pattern (Test Structure)

  • Test for First Degree programmes in Engg. & Technology (Test 101)

The test comprises of 250 objective type multiple choice questions based on Plus Two syllabus. For more details, you can check below details.

S.no. Subjects Number of questions
1 Mathematics 125
2 Physics and Chemistry 125
total 250

Note:  The duration of the test will be three hours. The admission to following courses is based on the score in this test.

5-year Integrated M.Sc. in Photonics

  • Tech. course in Civil Engineering, Computer Science & Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering, Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Information Technology, Marine Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Safety & Fire Engineering.
  • Tech. course in Instrumentation Technology
  • Tech. Naval Architecture & Ship Building
  • Tech. Polymer Science & Engineering

Note: Test for First Degree programmes in Engineering and Technology, should have scored a minimum of ten marks for each subject (PCM) of the paper (101) 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) (Test 102)

The Lateral Entry Test for admission to III Semester of the B. Tech course comprises 200 objective type questions.

s.no. Subjects Number of questions
1 English 20 questions
2 Mathematics 50 questions
3 Engineering Mechanics 40 questions
4 Engineering Graphics 40 questions
5 General Engineering 50questions

 

Note: The test shall be of 3 hours duration and the maximum marks will be 600

  • Aptitude Test for B.B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) / B.Com.,LL.B. (Hons.) (Test 201)

The Test for B.B.A., LL.B.(Hons.) / B.Com.,LL.B (Hons.) comprises 150 objective type questions.

s.no. Subjects Number of questions
1 General English 50questions
2 Ability in Reasoning and Logical Thinking 50questions
3 General Knowledge and Current affairs 25 questions
4 Law Related Matters 25 questions
5 The maximum marks 450 marks

Note: The candidate will have the 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.(Test 610)

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 (Test 301):
  • 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. Applicants for M.A. Hindi, irrespective of whether or not they are applicants for any other programme, have to necessarily take the Test 301.
  • Test for Management Programme MBA (Full Time) / (Part Time), MBA (International Business) & M.B.A. (Travel & Tourism)
  • For MBA courses of the University, the admission to the 2015 batch will be based on C-MAT (AICTE)/ MAT (AIMA)/CAT (IIM) 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 as per the CAT 2015 Notification.
  • Aptitude Test for MCA (Test 501)
  • 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 50).
  • Tests for PG Programmes (Tests 601-604, 606-615, 617-618)
  • The Test for PG Programmes (Tests 601–604, 606-615, 617-618) 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 for.
  • Test for M.A. Applied Economics (Test 616)
  • The Test for M.A. Applied Economics (Test 616) comprises of 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% from (General awareness.)
  • Test in Engineering Science (Test 607)
  • 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).
  • Test in Life Science (Test 611)
  • Tests the subject knowledge as well as aptitude of an applicant for admission to the interdisciplinary programmes of M.Sc. Bio technology, 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.
  • Aptitude Test for 3-year LL.B course (Test 619)
  • The Test for 3 years LL.B. Course (Test 619) comprises 150 objective type questions.
s.no. Subjects Number of questions
1 English 25
2 Comprehension ability 25
General Knowledge/Current affairs 25
Legal aptitude 50
Logical Reasoning 25

Note: 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 years Integrated Dual Degree Programmes of MIP PhD Degree & LL.M (IPR) PhD Degree (Test 620)
  • The Aptitude Test for MIP PhD, LL.M., PhD comprises 150 objective type questions.
s.no. Subjects marks
1 English 40
2 General Knowledge 15
3 General aptitude in Intellectual Property Law 20
4 Analytical and Reasoning Ability 40
5 Aptitude to do Research 35

Note: Applicants for MIP PhD Degree & LL.M (IPR) PhD Degree, irrespective of whether or not they are applicants for any other programme, have to necessarily take the Test 620.

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