Cochin University CUSAT CAT 2010 Notification
Academic Admissions: 2010
The Common Admission Test for Academic Admissions 2010 will be conducted on 8th and 9th of May 2010 at various test centers all over India. The detailed notification regarding this will be published in this web site as well as in all major dailies by the first week of January 2010.
The CUSAT CAT 2010 Notification is not announced as yet.
For ready Reference the CUSAT CAT 2009 dates and Notification details are given below:
Applications are invited from eligible candidates for admission to the various academic programmes of the University for the year 2009-10. Admissions are based on Common Admission Test (CAT)/ Departmental Admission Test (DAT) / Test for Lateral Entry (LET). Admission details, Eligibility conditions and other particulars will be available in the detailed Notification published in the website www.cusat.nic.in.
Candidates having the nativity status “Keralites” can apply only through OMR application form which can be had from selected branches of State Bank of Travancore whereas “Non-Keralites” should submit their application through “On-line” only.
For B.Tech Lateral Entry Programme, “Keralites” and “Non-Keralites” should submit their application through On-line only.
Cochin University CUSAT CAT 2009 Important dates
Date of notification: 25.02.2009
Date of commencement of Online submission of application/Sale of OMR applications through State Bank of Travancore: 28.02.2009
Last date for the submission of Online application/Date of closure of the sale of OMR application: 04.04.2009
Last date for receipt of duly completed confirmation page downloaded from the website along with DD & Passport Size photograph addressed to the Director, IRAA Unit, CUSAT, Kochi-22: 08.04.2009
Last date for the receipt of duly completed OMR applications to the Director, IRAA Unit, CUSAT, Kochi-22: 08.04.2009
Date of downloading the Admit Cards from the website (Both online candidates/OMR submitted applicants): 05.05.2009
Date of CUSAT Entrance Examination:
23rd May 2009, Saturday, All PG programmes (except M.A. Hindi & M.A. applied economics)
24th May, 2009, Sunday – All B.Tech Programmes, 5 Year Integrated M.Sc in Photonics, M.A. Hindi, LL.B (Hons) and M.A. Applied Economics
30th May 2009, Saturday, B.Tech Lateral Entry
(Test date for the DAT will be announced later)
Date of Entrance Examination:
23rd May 2009, Saturday – All PG Programmes (except M.A. Hindi & M.A. Applied Economics)
24th May 2009, Sunday – All B.Tech Programmes, Five Year Integrated M.Sc in Photonics, M.A. Hindi, LLB (Hons.) and M.A. Applied Economics
30th May 2009, Saturday – B.Tech Lateral Entry
Admissions Through CAT
Applicants for the following programmes are required to take the CAT, except where specifically indicated otherwise
1.1 First Degree Programmes
a. B.Tech in Civil Engg.**, Computer Science & Engg.**, Electrical & Electronics Engg.**, Electronics & Communication Engg.**, Information Technology**, Mechanical Engg.**, Safety & Fire Engg.**
b. B. Tech in Polymer Science & Engineering
c. Five Year Integrated M.Sc in Photonics
Educational Qualification for a, b & c above: Pass in Plus Two Examination of the State of Kerala with Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry as optional subjects or any other examination accepted as equivalent thereto securing a minimum of 50% marks in Mathematics and 50% marks in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry put together.
d. B.Tech in Instrumentation Technology – Pass in Plus Two examination of any State/National Board with Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry as or any other examination accepted as equivalent thereto by CUSAT. The candidate should have secured a minimum of 60% marks in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry put together, with at least 55% in Mathematics separately.
e. B.Tech in Marine Engg. **(Residential Programme)
(1) Pass in Plus Two or equivalent examination with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and English as separate subjects with a PCM average of not less than 60% marks & minimum 50% for Mathematics and should have obtained 50% marks in English at 10th or 12th standards. For SC/ST candidates, no relaxation in qualification.
(2) Vocational/Diploma students are not eligible to apply.
(3) The Maximum age limit prescribed is 25 years as on 1st September 2009.
(4) Eligibility for admission will be based on directions from the DG Shipping (India)
f. B.Tech in Naval Architecture & Ship Building- Pass in Plus Two examination of the State of Kerala or any other examination accepted as equivalent thereto with a First Class securing a minimum of 50% marks in Mathematics as well as for Mathematics as well as for Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry put together.
g. 5 Year LL.B. (Hons) (Cost sharing course)
(1) Pass in Plus Two examination with 60% marks in Science/Commerce group of 55% of marks in Arts/Humanities
(2) Should not have completed 21 years of age on 1st January of the year of admission. (**Self Financing)
h. SC/ST candidates are eligible for admission to the courses mentioned under 1.1 above if they have pass marks in the qualifying examination except in B.Tech. Marine Engineering Programme
1.2 Post Graduate Programmes
LL.M. – Bachelor’s degree in Law with at least 45% marks
M.A. Applied Economics – Bachelor’s Degree in Economics with 55% in Part III (Economics and Subsidiaries) or 60% with B.Com, BBA, BBM with Economics as one of the subject or BSc Mathematics or Statistics with 65% marks
M.A. Hindi Language and Literature – B.A./B.Sc degree with Hindi as a subject of study with at least 45% marks in Hindi
M.B.A. (Full-time/Part-time*) – A degree in any subject with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate (*Condition apply)
M.B.A. (International Business) – A degree in any subject recognized by the University with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate
M.C.A.*** offered by CUSAT and its recognized institutions. Any graduate with Mathematics as one of the main or subsidiary subjects or graduate in Electronics/ Computer Science/Computer Applications/Engg./Technology with aggregate 55% marks in all subjects other than Languages and Humanities.
M.Sc Applied Chemistry – B.Sc degree with Chemistry/Polymer Chemistry/ Environmental Chemistry/ Industrial Chemistry/ Petrochemicals as main, with Mathematics as one of the subsidiary subjects with at least 55% marks in the main subject.
M.Sc Biotechnology – Bachelor’s degree in any branch of Life Sciences including Agricultural and Medical Sciences or Chemical Science or Chemical Engg. With a minimum of 55% marks in aggregate
M.Sc Electronic Science (with specialization in Artificial Intelligence, Robotics Microwave Electronics and Computer Technology) – First class B.Sc degree with not less than 60% aggregate marks in Electronics or Physics
M.Sc Environmental Technology – Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry with Physics and Mathematics as subsidiaries, or Graduate in Engg (Civil/Public Health/ Environmental or Chemical) (Stream I) or Life Sciences/Environmental Sciences/ Zoology/ Botany/ Microbiology (Stream II) with 55% marks
M.Sc Hydrochemistry – B.Sc degree in Chemistry with Physics and Mathematics as subsidiaries or B.Sc degree of any University in Kerala with Polymer Chemistry/Industrial Chemistry/Petrochemicals/Environment & Water Management as the main subject and Mathematics and Physics/Computer Science, as subsidiaries with 55% marks in the respective main subject.
M.Sc Industrial Fisheries – Bachelor’s degree in Zoology/Botany/ Fisheries with at least 55% marks in the optional subjects. Bachelor’s degree in Fisheries includes bachelor’s degree in Industrial Fisheries, Aquaculture/Fishery Science/ Industrial Fish and Fisheries/BFSC in Nautical science.
M.Sc Marine Biology – B.Sc degree with any branch of Life Sciences such as Aquaculture, Bio-chemistry, Biotechnology, Botany, Microbiology and Zoology as a main subject or B.Sc degree in Fishery Science with at least 55% marks in the optional subjects.
M.Sc Marine Geology – Bachelor’s degree, in Geology/Maths/Physics/ Chemistry with 55% aggregate marks for optionals.
M.Sc Marine Geophysics – B.Sc degree with at least 55% aggregate marks in (a) Geology (main) with Mathematics and Physics or Chemistry as subsidiaries (b) Physics (main) with Mathematics and Geology or Chemistry or Electronics as subsidiaries (c) Mathematics (main) with Physics and Geology or Chemistry as subsidiaries
M.Sc Mathematics – B.Sc degree with Mathematics main, with at least 55% marks for optional subjects taken together
M.Sc Meterology – B.Sc degree with Physics/Mathematics as the main subject with 55% marks. Those with Mathematics as the main subject should have studied Physics as one of the subsidiary subjects and vice-versa
M.Sc Oceanography – B.Sc degree with Physics/Mathematics as the main subject with 55% marks. Those with Mathematics as the main subject should have studied Physics as one of the subsidiary subject and vice-versa
M.Sc Physics – B.Sc degree with Physics main and Mathematics as subsidiary with at least 55% marks in Physics
M.Sc Statistics – B.Sc degree in Mathematics or Statistics Main with at least 55% marks for optional subjects taken together. (*** Regular and Cost Sharing)
SC/ST candidates are eligible for admission to the courses mentioned under 1.2 above if they have pass marks in the qualifying examination
2. M.Tech Programmes
Admissions to the following M.Tech programmes are based on valid GATE score as prescribed under the academic regulations specific to each programme. Candidates not possessing GATE may also apply, but will be considered only if GATE qualified candidates are not available. In such cases, admissions will be based on the Departmental Aptitude Test (DAT).
M.Tech Atmospheric Science – (1) M.Sc degree or its equivalent in Meteorology, Oceanography, Mathematics, Physics, Space Physics with a First Class (60%) marks from any recognized university or institution. (2) A valid GATE score or a pass in the Joint UGC CSIR Test (NET) for JRF.
M.Tech Computer Aided Structural Analysis & Design – (1) B.Tech or Equivalent degree in Naval Architecture and Ship building/Civil Engg/Mechanical Engg with a first class (60%) marks from any recognized university or institution (2) A valid GATE score
M.Tech Computer & Information Science – (1) B. Tech or equivalent degree in any discipline/AMIETE/AMIE or M.Sc in Physics with Electronics as special subject, or M.Sc in Mathematics with a first class (60%) marks from any recognized university or institution (2) A valid GATE score.
M.Tech Electronics (With specialization in Digital Electronics, Microwave & Radar Electronics) – (1) B.Tech or equivalent degree/AMIE/AMIETE in Electronics and Communication Engg/Electrical Engg/Electronics and Instrumentation or M.Sc degree in Electronics/Physics (with Electronics as specialization) with a first class (60%) marks from any recognized university or Institution (2) A valid GATE score in Electronics/ Electronics and Communication Engineering (3) If sufficient number of candidates are not available in category (2) above, candidates with GATE score in instrumentation, Electrical & Electronics Engg., Electrical Engg. or Physics will be considered.
In the absence of GATE qualified candidates Non GATE candidates can be admitted on the basis of Departmental Admission Test (DAT)
M.Tech Industrial Catalysis – (1) M.Sc degree in Chemistry/ Applied Chemistry or any other degree recognized as equivalent with at least a first class (60%) marks from any recognized university or institution (2) A valid GATE Score.
M.Tech Marine Bio-Technology* – Minimum 60% marks or equivalent CGPA in any one of the following from any recognized Indian or Foreign University.
(1) B.Tech/BE in Chemical Engineering, Biochemical Engineering, Industrial Biotechnology, Leather Biotechnology, Chemistry/Biotechnology, Biomedical Engineering, B.Pharma, Chemical Technology or
(2) M.Sc in Biotechnology, Marine Biotechnology, Life Sciences, Botany/Zoology/ Biochemistry, Microbiology/Genetics, Biophysics, Microbial Genetics and Bioinformatics, Marine Biology/Aquatic Biology and Fisheries/Environmental Biotechnology/Mariculture
(*Entrance Examination will be conducted by Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) under the Combined Entrance Examination). For details visit www.jnu.ac.in
M.Tech Ocean Technology – (1) M.Sc degree in Oceanography/Physics/ Marine Geology/ Meteorology/Marine Geophysics/ Environmental Sciencces or M.Sc (Tech) degree in Marine Geophysics or B.Tech or equivalent degree/AMIE in Civil Engg/ Environmental Sciences with 60% marks from any recognized university or institution (2) A valid GATE score
M.Tech Opto-Electronics & Laser Technology – (1) Masters degree in Physics/ Electronics/Photonics or B.Tech/B.E. in Electronics and Communication Engg/ Electronics Engg/ Electrical Engg/ Electrical and Electronics engg with 60% marks from any recognized University or Institution (2) A valid GATE score
M.Tech Polymer Technology – (1) B.Tech or equivalent degree/AMIE in Polymer Science and Rubber Technology/Chemical Engg/ Technology or MSc Polymer Chemistry/ MSc Chemistry with Polymer Chemistry as specialization with a first class (60%) marks from any recognized university or institution (2) A valid GATE score
M.Tech Software Engg – (1) B.Tech or equivalent degree or AMIE/AMIETE in Computer Science/Information Technology or M.Sc in Computer Software/ Operational Research and Computer Applications or MCA with a first class (60%) marks from any recognized university or institution (2) A valid GATE score
M.Tech (Part-time) Civil/Chemical/Mechanical Engineering* – (1) B.Tech/B.Sc Engineering Degree Examination in respective branch with a minimum of 50% marks (2) Minimum of 2 year experience in the concerned field after acquiring qualifying degree (*Cost sharing)
SC/ST candidates are eligible for admission to the courses mentioned under 2 above if they have pass marks in the qualifying examination and a valid GATE score (in the absence of GATE qualified candidates, candidates not possessing GATE will be considered). They are also entitled a concession of 5% marks in the written examination of the Departmental Admission Test (DAT)
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