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CUSAT CAT 2019: Applications submission from January 30, exams on April 6 and 7

CUSAT CAT 2019: The applicants can apply for the courses from January 30. The online applications will be available at admissions.cusat.ac.in and the portal will close on February 28. The applications for various MTech courses could be submitted till April 21

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CUSAT CAT 2019: Check exam schedule

CUSAT CAT 2019: The Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT) will conduct the online Common Admission Test (CAT-2019) on April 6 and 7. The entrance examination is held for admission to various undergraduate/ postgraduate courses offered by the CUSAT. The applicants can apply for the courses from January 30. The online applications will be available at admissions.cusat.ac.in and the portal will close on February 28. The applications for various MTech courses could be submitted till April 21.

The admission test for MSc, LLM, MVoc, MCA, BVoc, LLB, BTech (Lateral Entry) will be conducted on April 6. Those who wish to pursue BTech, M.A (Hindi, Applied Economics), BBA, LLB, BCom, LLB, MCA/MSc (Computer Science) (Lateral Entry), LLM (IP) PhD, LLM (IPR) PhD, the exam will be held on April 7.

The application for MPhil, PhD and diploma courses will be available from the respective departments.

The CUSAT will be held at 28 centres across the country and also in Dubai. A separate category has been made available for Indians having OCI/PIO status and for foreign nationals.

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Eligibility: The candidates belonging to Kerala SC (KSC) and Kerala ST (KST) communities are eligible for applying.
For all undergraduate programmes, the candidate should have passed class 12 or an equivalent exam from a recognised board. They need to score to score at least 45 per cent PCM (physics, Chemistry Mathematics).

For postgraduate courses, science with mathematics as one of the subjects or graduate in Electronics/Information Technology/Computer Science/Computer Applications/ Engineering/Technology with 55 per cent aggregate marks (except language and humanities) is needed.