CUCET Results 2012
- M.Sc. M.Tech. MATHEMATICS
- MA Statistics MA MSC Statistics Actuarial
- MACL MADS MAEC MARS
- MATM MSCS MAEN
- MBA MCOM MSAS MSBC MSCY
- MSGR MSPY MTCS MSBT MSES
- IMSC IMA
The scores obtained by the candidates who appeared for entrance test for admission to various integrated MA/MSc and Post Graduate MA/MSc programmes subject wise have been separately placed on this website. Many of the participating universities have already initiated counselling and screening process for admission. Others will be announcing their schedule and they will be announced only on the respective Universities website. Candidates are expected to check the respective universities‘ websites by following the links provided on this website. Some of the programmes based on Universities’ decision may be dropped for this academic year.
The decision of the respective universities in this regard is final. Candidates having queries only with regard to their entrance test such as errors with regard to names, hall ticket numbers and missing entries etc may send a email to the cucet 2010. Since the test has been conducted at 30 centres the process of addressing the queries of candidates will take time as it has to be verifed across multiple levels. In cases where such omissions are noticed and the candidates provide supporting claims, the Universities will respond. Therefoe your concerns should reach the cucet 2010 by July 14, 2010 and the decision by the respective universities will be conveyed to you by the respective universities by July 25, 2010 or earlier. Please provide your correct contact details such as email and mobile number without fail. CUCET 2010 website will become inactive wef July 31, 2010.
The faculty will devise continuous internal assessment mechanism that may involve 3/4/5 types of assessment including tests, quizzes, presentations, seminars, take home assignments etc. The Univiersity will determine the weightage and also allow for choosing the best grades out of the assessment. End semester examination will be scheduled and the pattern will be determined by the course instructor. The entire evaluation mechanism will be worked out within the University system and, therefore, minimizes uncertainties of multiple and outside evaluation. Sufficient grievance addressing mechanism will be put in to ensure that no student is treated unfairly.