Chandigarh University CET Mass Communication 2020 - UIMS, Chandigarh University has released the application form of Chandigarh University 2020 CET mass communication entrance exam in online as well as offline mode. The authorities will conduct CUCET 2020 mass communication in online mode in multiple sessions. Candidates who are wishing to apply for CUCET mass communication should read the eligibility criteria. The admit card will be released in online mode for registered candidates. The exam is conducted to offer admissions to candidates into bachelor of Arts (journalism and mass communication) and master of arts (journalism and mass communication) programmes. Chandigarh University CET mass communication result will be announced in online mode in the fourth week of June. The selection of candidates will be based on their performance in the entrance exam. Candidates can read this article carefully to get complete details on CUCET mass communication 2020, important dates, eligibility criteria, application process, exam pattern and result.
Name of the exam
Chandigarh University CET mass communication (CUCET)
University institute of media studies (UIMS), Chandigarh University
Undergraduate and postgraduate
Mode of the exam
Mode of application form
Online and offline
Duration of the exam
Number of question asked
Students should refer to the table given below to keep a track of the important dates of CUCET mass communication 2020.
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Application form start date
January 1, 2020
Last date to fill application form
April 23, 2020
CUCET entrance exam
January 1 to April 23, 2020
Last date to upload the documents
To be notified
Final merit list
To be notified
Last date for paying fee and documents
Start of session
Candidates must fulfill the following eligibility criteria of Chandigarh University CET mass communication to be eligible to take the CUCET entrance exam:
Candidates must have passed their class 12 exam
Candidates should have secured at least 50% in their secondary education from any of the following recognized boards- CBSE, PSEB, ICSE or any other recognized state/national board.
University institute of media studies (UIMS), Chandigarh University has released the application form of CUCET in online mode as well as offline mode. Candidates can fill the application form till April 23 in both modes. Before filling the application form, candidates must read the eligibility criteria of Chandigarh University. Candidates can check below the list of required documents and the steps to fill Chandigarh University CET Mass Communication application form 2020 in both online and offline modes.
Candidates must keep the following documents and details ready before filling the Chandigarh University CET Mass Communication 2020 application form to avoid end moment trouble:
Class X and XII Marksheet/ Passing certified
Valid Email ID
Valid Mobile phone number
Bank details for online payment through:
Candidates must use the following web browser to fill the Chandigarh University CET Mass Communication 2020 application form to avoid any technical problems.
Internet Explorer 8 and above
Mozilla 3.0 and above
Google Chrome 3.0
The step by step procedure to fill the application form of Chandigarh University CET Mass Communication 2020 is given below:
Step 1: Registration
Candidates must have to enter the following details in the application form of Chandigarh University CET mass communication to register themselves:
Date of birth
Step 2: Enter the OTP
After filling all the information, press the ‘Submit’ button. Candidates will be redirected to a new page wherein they have to enter the OPT received on their registered mobile number or email ID. After entering the OTP, they have to click on the ‘Verify OTP’ button and a new page will display on the screen.
Step 3: Click on ‘Apply Button’
In the new page, candidates have to click on the ‘Apply button.’ A new page will appear on the screen wherein candidates have to enter the following information:
Applicable program for CUCET
Select CUCET state preference 1 from the drop down menu
Choose CUCET city preference 1 from the drop down menu
Preference 1 slot date
CUCET state preference 2
CUCET city preference 2
Preference 2 slot date
After entering the details, candidates have to click on ‘Update Button.’
Step 4: Make the Payment
Students will have to make the payment for the CUCET mass communication application form in the following mode.
Chandigarh University CET Mass Communication Application Fee
Mode of Payment
Net banking, credit card, debit card, HDFC Gateway and PAYU Gateway
Candidates will not have to bear any charges on any transaction for all banks if they make the payment through HDFC Gateway. They have to bear charges if they make the payment through PAYU gateway.
Note: If the amount is deducted from your account and response is failed, candidates should not worry as payment status will be updated within 2 hours from the time of payment.
Candidates have to download the application form of Chandigarh University CET mass communication 2020 and fill it. They have to send the application form, along with demand draft (DD) of Rs. 1000 drawn in favour of ‘Chandigarh University’ payable at Chandigarh at the following address:
SCO 223, First Floor, Sector 36 D,
Candidates will receive the prospectus after submitting the application form and paying Rs. 1000. They can collect the prospectus from Chandigarh University campus or any local admission office of the University.
Chandigarh University CET mass communication will be conducted across 19 exam centers. Candidates have to select their preferred exam centers while filling their application form of CUCET mass communication 2020. Candidates can go through the table to know the complete list of CUCET mass communication test centres.
According to the Chandigarh University CET mass communication exam pattern, the exam will be held in online mode. The duration of the exam will be two hours and students will have to answer 90 questions within that period of time. Candidates must note that the entrance exam for CUCET 2019 for UG programmes will be completely based on candidates’ class XII stream. Candidates, for example, who are from Arts background and mentioned on the application will get questions from Arts.
Medium of Test
Mode of paper
Type of questions
Duration of test
Number of questions
Common section of test
Sections of test
Varies stream wise
Candidates having the following qualification will appear in the entrance exam. The exam consists of different modules, candidates have to choose out of them.
Total Number of Questions
English Physics Chemistry Mathematics
English Physics Chemistry Biology
English Economics Accountancy Commerce
General Studies English/Hindi
Political Science Economics Sociology History
30X 2= 60 questions
Before appearing the entrance exam, candidates should go through the syllabus as it will give them ideas about the questions’ type asked in the entrance exam, important topics and how to go about preparing for the exam. Go through below to know the syllabus of Chandigarh University CET mass communication.
Syllabus for English: This section tests candidates’ proficiency in English language, knowledge of basic grammar, vocabulary, and their writing ability. The topics this sections covers are:
Agreement, Time and Tenses, Parallel Construction, Relative Pronouns, Determiners, Prepositions, Modals, Adjectives, Adverbs, Interrogative, Voice, Transformation, Question tags, Phrasal Verbs
Synonyms, Antonyms, Odd Word, One Word, Jumbled Words, Homophones, Spelling Error, Contextual meaning, Analogy
Content/ideas, Vocabulary, Referents, Idioms/Phrases, Reconstruction (rewording)
Rearrangement, Paragraph Unity, Linkers/Connectives
Science and Society, Contemporary Problems of Indian Society, Cultural Heritage of India, India’s Freedom Struggle, Constitutional Values, Human Rights
Candidates can download the CUCET sample paper by clicking on the link that is given below table. By solving sample papers of Chandigarh University CET mass communication 2020, candidates will get an idea about the type of questions that are likely to be asked in the entrance exam. This will help the candidates to draw a strategy for the entrance exam.
Chandigarh University CET mass Communication Sample Paper
Candidates can download the admit card of Chandigarh University CET mass communication after completing the registration process. They can download their admit cards using their registered email IDs. The admit card will mention the following details:
Exam centre address
Reporting time and exam time
The authorities will release the result of Chandigarh University CET mass communication 2020 in the fourth week of June in online mode. CUCET result will be declared in the form of a merit list. The result of CUCET mass communication will be sent to candidates’ registered email IDs. The final selection of candidates for admission and scholarship will be based on their merit in the test.
The selection process of Chandigarh University CET mass communication 2020 will be conducted by the authority depending on candidates’ merit and marks of the qualifying entrance exam. This CUCET mass communication selection process will be done for final selection and scholarships. The final merit list for CUCET for scholarships will be based as per the following criteria:
10+2 Marks for Under-Graduate Programmes/
Graduation Marks for PG Programmes
Candidates are eligible for the scholarships as per their selection merit.
Top 1% students in CUSAT Merit List
Next 2% students in merit list
Next 3% students in the merit list
Next 4% students in the merit list
All students qualifying CUSAT with 60% score
B.Sc Film Studies
Bachelor of Journalism and Mass Communication (B.J.M.C)
MA in Journalism & Mass Communication
Yes, you can appear in multiple phases of CUCET (CUCET-I, CUCET-II & CUCET-III). But only one attempt per phase is allowed. Candidates can re-appear in the next phase by paying ₹1000/-. Scholarship slabs are different for different phases.
No, CUCET examination is conducted in online mode only. A student can opt for an online centre or can appear using a laptop / PC with a camera.
Yes, you will get your admit card on your CUCET registered email Id.
No, there will be no negative marking in CUCET.
In such cases of computer system failure or any other related technical problems, the candidates should intimate the examination invigilator. However, there will be enough buffer computer systems available at the examination centre to take care of such problems. Moreover, the time lost in changing systems will be duly counted and compensated as every second will be recorded by the examination server.
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