CUET Admission Open 2024
The Common University Entrance Test (CUET) is a national-level entrance exam for admission to undergraduate programs at participating universities across India. The CUET cut-off for each college varies depending on a number of factors, including the number of applicants, the difficulty level of the exam, and the number of seats available in each program.
Here is a list of some of the top CUET accepting colleges in India:
- Delhi University
- Jawaharlal Nehru University
- University of Mumbai
- Banaras Hindu University
- University of Calcutta
- University of Hyderabad
- Aligarh Muslim University
- Anna University
- University of Madras
- Savitribai Phule Pune University
- Jamia Millia Islamia
- Indian Institute of Technology Madras
To find out the CUET cut-off for a particular college and program, you can visit the official website of the college or university. You can also use the CUET College Predictor tool to get an estimate of your chances of admission to different colleges and programs based on your CUET score.
Once you have cleared the CUET cut-off for a particular college and program, you will need to participate in the college’s admission process. This process may involve submitting additional documentation, attending an interview, or participating in a group discussion.
College and Program
|Delhi University – St. Stephen’s College (B.A. (Hons.) English)||99.82 percentile||99.97 percentile||99.95 percentile|
|Delhi University – Lady Shri Ram College for Women (B.A. (Hons.) Economics)||99.81 percentile||99.98 percentile||99.96 percentile|
|Delhi University – Hindu College (B.Sc. (Hons.) Mathematics)||99.72 percentile||99.99 percentile||99.97 percentile|
|Delhi University – Hans Raj College (B.Com. (Hons.))||99.68 percentile||99.98 percentile||99.96 percentile|
|University of Mumbai – University Department of Chemical Technology (B.Tech. Chemical Engineering)||99.67 percentile||99.99 percentile||99.97 percentile|
|Banaras Hindu University – Institute of Technology (B.Tech. Computer Science and Engineering)||99.62 percentile||99.99 percentile||99.96 percentile|
|University of Hyderabad – Central University of Hyderabad (B.A. (Hons.) History)||99.55 percentile||99.98 percentile||99.95 percentile|
|Jawaharlal Nehru University – School of International Studies (M.A. International Relations)||99.52 percentile||99.99 percentile||99.96 percentile|
|Jadavpur University – Department of Computer Science and Engineering (B.Tech. Computer Science and Engineering)||99.49 percentile||99.99 percentile||99.97 percentile|
|University of Calcutta – Department of Economics (B.A. (Hons.) Economics)||99.45 percentile||99.98 percentile||99.95 percentile|
CUET Previous Year Paper
CUET Previous Year Cutoffs
CUET Admit Card
CUET Answer key
Acceptance into a college through CUET
Once you have scored the required cutoff score for a particular college and program, you will need to participate in the counseling process. The counseling process is conducted by the participating universities and colleges, and it typically involves several rounds of seat allocation.
To participate in the counseling process, you will need to register on the official website of the participating university or college. You will also need to submit your CUET scorecard and other relevant documents.
Once you have registered for the counseling process, you will be assigned a priority rank based on your CUET score. The priority rank will determine your chances of getting a seat in your preferred college and program.
The counseling process will typically involve several rounds of seat allocation. In each round, seats will be allocated to candidates based on their priority rank and the availability of seats in each college and program.
If you are allocated a seat in your preferred college and program, you will need to accept the seat and pay the required fees. If you do not accept the seat, you will lose your chance of getting admission to that college and program in that round.
If you are not allocated a seat in your preferred college and program, you can participate in the next round of seat allocation. You can also choose to accept a seat in a different college or program.
Tips for getting admission to a top college through CUET
- Start your preparation early.
- Understand the exam pattern and syllabus.
- Practice with previous years’ question papers.
- Take mock tests to assess your performance.
- Identify your strengths and weaknesses and focus on improving your weaker areas.
- Get help from a mentor or coach if needed.