Exams, to be held between June 12 and 14, will be computer-based
The Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT) will close the online registration window for their common admission test (CAT) tomorrow (April 15). Interested candidates can apply for the entrance exam through the official website, admissions.cusat.ac.in, by paying Rs 100 as a late application fee.
The examination is scheduled to be held between June 12 and June 14 and will be a Computer Based Test (CBT).
Candidates have the option to edit their application form after completing registration, however, they can not edit their name, email ID and mobile number.
For admission into MTech programmes, those who have a valid GATE score in the respective subject will be preferred. Candidates without a GATE score will be admitted on the basis of their performance in the Department Admission Test (DAT) to be conducted by the departments concerned, read a statement on the CUSAT website.
For MBA courses, KMAT, CMAT or CAT scores will be accepted.
How to register for CUSAT CAT
∙ Visit the official site of CUSAT - admissions.cusat.ac.in.
∙ Click on the registration link.
∙ Enter necessary details including name, email ID, contact number and click on the ‘register’ button.
∙ Upon successful registration, login credentials will be sent to your registered email address.
∙ Login to the account by entering your user ID and password.
∙ Fill the application form and upload the scanned documents.
∙ Pay the application fees via credit card, debit card or net banking.
∙ Submit the application form.
∙ Download the application form and take a printout for further use.
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