With the conclusion of the JEE mains exam, the admission season is about to begin. The authorities used to conduct JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) in the month of March every year. But due to corona pandemic, they had delayed it this year. As a result of its successful completion, many central and state universities have started conducting their admission tests. The Central University of Rajasthan conducts CUCET (Central University Common Entrance Test) every year.
This exam provides admissions to Undergraduate, Postgraduate, and Doctorate courses. However, the scorecard of CUCET is valid for 14 central and 4 state universities. These include the Central Universities of Rajasthan, Haryana, Kashmir, Jharkhand, Tamil Nadu, Jammu, South Bihar, Karnataka, and Kerala. Due to coronavirus, CUCET 2020 was also delayed and was conducted from 18th September till 20th September.
The answer key for CUCET 2020 has been released on 21st September 2020. Candidates who appeared in the CUCET exams can download the answer key for CUCET 2020 exam.
Steps to download the CUCET answer key
The Central University of Rajasthan has released the answer key. To download the Answer key of CUCET, candidates can follow the given steps: –
1. First, visit the official website of the CUCET. www.cucetexam.in
2. On the homepage of the CUCET website there is an option that reads “Click to download the Answer key”.
3. On clicking the above link, the candidate will get a new page of the CUCET website.
4. Here an option to fill CUCET roll number and date of birth will be available, Candidates need to fill the details correctly and click on login,
5. After logging in to the CUCET website, the answer key will be displayed on the screen.
6. Candidates can then take a print out of the scorecard for their future references.
Also, there is an option for candidates to raise an objection against the CUCET answer key from 21st September till September 24. Authorities will release the rectified answer key on September 30.
CUCET 2020 Exam pattern
CUCET 2020 exam was conducted between September 18 to September 20. The entrance exam includes two parts – Part A and Part B. Part A contain 25 questions whereas Part B comprises 75 questions. The total marks of the exam are 100 where 1 correct answer carries 1 marks and a wrong answer carries (minus) -0.25 marks. However, For candidates opting for B.Tech, the syllabus comprises of English, Numerical Aptitude, Data Interpretation, Analytical Skills, reasoning, General awareness, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics.
Also, the CUCET exam opens doors for admission in Masters and Doctorate level courses in Central Universities. However, The exam pattern is different for candidates of Masters or Doctorate level courses.
About Central Universities
Central Universities are colleges that come under the Act of Parliament and under the guidance of the Department of Higher education. In addition to that, they also adhere to the Central Universities Act, 2009.
Also, they receive funding by the central government of India. They aim to meet the challenges of the upcoming knowledge era and provide quality education to students.