Chandigarh University (CU) has extended the last submission date for its entrance test CUCET to November 30, 2020. The date has been extended for the fifth time. Previously the last date was October 13. Interested applicants can visit the official website to apply; cuchd.ac.in
Applicants interested in securing a seat in CU for UG or PG Programmes will need to register on the site and then fill up the application form. The Chandigarh University Common entrance Test (CUCET) is held over 3 phases and applicants can appear in more than one phase.
Applicants who want to apply for UG admissions will need to be 10+2 qualified while those interested in PG programmes should have a bachelor degree. Applicants will also need to pay an application fee of INR 1000 while filling the form. The application fee can be paid in both online and offline mode.
CUCET 2020: Steps to Fill The Application Form
Applicants who want to put forward their candidates for a seat in the University will need to follow the given steps.
- Visit the official website of CU; cuchd.ac.in
- Find and select the option to register for CUCET exam
- Now enter your details and register yourself for the exam
- Next, you’ll need to click on Apply Now under Phase 2 of CUCET
- Now, you will need to fill the application form
- Enter your personal details, educational details and click on save details
- After that pay the application fee and take a print out of the application form
CUCET 2020: Admit Card
Once the applicant has submitted the application form, the CU will announce the date for the exam. After that, the admit card of the candidates will be released on the official website of the university. Applicants can download their admit cards from the website, once they have given their test center preference.
The applicant will need to log in using his credentials to download the admit card for the exam. Candidates will need to bring the admit card on the day of the exam as nobody will be allowed to enter without it.
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