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POST GRADUATE PROGRAMMES OFFERED BY CUSAT

  • 1. M. Sc. Environmental TechnologyOpen or Close
    Eligibilty Criteria
      School of Environmental Studies  Faculty of Environmental Studies Ph:0484-2577311
    Programme Name
    Eligibility Criteria for Admission
    Duration

    Nature of Programme
    Professional/Non- Professional
    Intake
    M. Sc. Environmental Technology.
    Stream 1. Environmental Engineering
    Graduate in Chemistry with Physics and Mathematics as subsidiaries or graduate in  Engineering (Civil / Public Health / Environmental or Chemical) with 55% marks. (50% in the case of SC/ST candidates) in optional subjects in the qualifying exam and a valid rank in the CAT, conducted by the University.
    4 Sem.
    Regular-Day
    Professional
    6
    Stream 2. Environmental Biotechnology Graduate in Life Sciences/ Environmental Science/ Zoology/ Botany/ Microbiology with 55% marks (50% in the case of SC/ST candidates) in optional subjects in the qualifying exam and a valid rank in the CAT, conducted by the University.
    4 Sem.
    Regular-Day
    Professional
    6

    ADMISSION TESTS

    The Common Admission Test (CAT)

    Tests  for  PG  Programmes (Tests 601-604, 606-615, 617-618)

    The Test for PG Programmes (Tests 601–604, 606-615, 617-618) comprises 150 objective type questions designed to assess the proficiency of the applicant at the Graduate level in the test subject chosen by the candidate. Applicants for PG programmes (other than M.A. Hindi) may choose and specify any one of the 16 subjects (listed with Code Numbers 601–604, 606-615, 617-618) relevant to the programme for which the admission is sought for. A table is given at the last page of the prospectus for quick reference of the selection of Test Subjects. This subject could be either the main subject of the qualifying degree examination of the applicant or the subject nearest to the main subject, provided it meets the eligibility criteria prescribed for the programmes chosen.
    See the link "SUBJECT OF CAT TESTS vs COURSES -- FULL TABLE" below for the full details.

    In the case of programmes where multi-disciplinary Tests are conducted, rank lists are drawn up on the basis of the Percentile Index determined by the formula, (n-p)/n x 100 where n is the number of candidates appearing for the Test in a particular subject and p is the position according to the CAT score. The   Percentile Indices are then integrated to obtain the relative position of the candidate in the rank list for that particular programme.

    Test in Engineering Science (Test 607)

    This is for testing the aptitude of an applicant for admission to the interdisciplinary programme M.Sc. Environmental Technology (Stream 1).

    Test in Life Science (Test 611)

    This is for testing the subject knowledge as well as aptitude of an applicant for admission to the interdisciplinary programmes of M.Sc. Biotechnology and M.Sc. Environmental Technology (Stream II).  Questions will therefore be from areas in Life Science / Medical Science / Agricultural Science which a graduate in any of the above branches of study should be able to answer.

    Courses you can Enrol 
    Test to Appear
    Test Code
    M.Sc Environmental Tech.- Stream 1. Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering
    603
    Chemistry
    604
    Engineering Sciences
    607
    M.Sc Environmental Tech.- Stream 2. Environmental Biotechnology Botany
    602
    Life Sciences
    611
    Zoology
    615
    For Post Graduate programmes you may appear for any one of the test subjects shown against "Courses you can Enrol"
  • 2. M. A. Translation in German/RussianOpen or Close

    Eligibilty Criteria

    Department of English and Foreign Languages             Faculty of Humanities                    Ph:0484-2575180
    Programme Name
    Eligibility Criteria for Admission
    Duration
    Nature of Programme
    Professional/Non-
    Professional
    Intake
    M. A. Translation   in German/Russian Bachelor’s degree of any University recognized by CUSAT and diploma level knowledge in the language concerned.
    4 sem.
    Regular Full-time
    Non-Professional
    5
    ADMISSION

    For M.A. (Translation German/Russian), Diploma / Certificate programmes please contact department concerned for details.

    SCHEDULE OF FEES

  • 3. M. A. Hindi Language and LiteratureOpen or Close

    Eligibilty Criteria

    Department of Hindi                                           Faculty of Humanities                                      Ph:0484-2575954
    Programme Name
    Eligibility Criteria for Admission
    Duration
    Nature of Programme
    Professional/Non-
    Professional
    Intake
    M. A.  Hindi Language and
    Literature
    B.A./B.Sc.degree with Hindi as a subject of study with at least 45% marks in Hindi.
    4 Sem.
    Regular-Day
    Non-Professional
    28

    ADMISSION TESTS

    Test  for  M.A.  in Hindi 

    The Test for M.A. in Hindi (Test 301) comprises 150 objective type questions at a level answerable by candidates with Hindi as a second language at degree level.  It is open to all candidates, subject to their satisfying the respective eligibility criteria prescribed.
    Applicants for M.A. in Hindi, irrespective of whether or not they are applicants for any other programme, have to necessarily take the Test 301.

    Courses you can Enrol  Test to Appear Test Code
    M.A. Hindi Test for Hindi 301

    SPECIAL RESERVATIONS

    Blind

    Reservation for Blind candidates is applicable only for MA (Hindi) and LLM programmes. The certification requirement is same as applicable to the Physically Challenged
    Note : For More details on Reservation matters please refer to the Prospectus

    SCHEDULE OF FEES

  • 4. 3 Year LL.B (Regular) Open or Close

    Eligibilty Criteria

    School of Legal Studies                                       Faculty of Law                                                  Ph:0484-2575465
    Programme Name Eligibility Criteria for Admission Duration Nature of Programme Prof./Non-Prof Intake

    3 Year LL.B (regular)#

    Bachelors Degree with 40% aggregate marks in any discipline of a University recognized by CUSAT.  35% for SC/ST.  Candidates who have appeared for the qualifying examination may also apply in anticipation of results.  However, the mark lists obtained in the qualifying examination shall be produced at the time of admission.  Those who fail to produce marklist shall not be considered for admission. 6 Sem. Regular
    (Cost-Sharing)
    Professional 40
    #(evening)

     
    ADMISSION TESTS

    Aptitude Test for 3 year LL.B  course  (Test 619)

    The Test for 3 year LL.B. Course (Test 619) comprises 150 objective type questions designed to test the proficiency in English (25) Comprehension ability (25) General Knowledge/Current affairs (25) Legal aptitude (50) and Logical Reasoning (25).  The maximum marks will be 450. 
    Applicants for the above irrespective of whether or not they are applicants for any other programmes, have to necessarily take the Test  619.

    Courses you can Enrol  Test to Appear Test Code
    3 Year LLB (Regular) (Evening) Aptitude Test for 3 Year LLB 619

    SCHEDULE OF FEES

  • 5. L.L.M.Open or Close

    Eligibilty Criteria

    School of Legal Studies                                       Faculty of Law                                                  Ph:0484-2575465
    Programme Name Eligibility Criteria for Admission Duration Nature of Programme Prof./Non-Prof Intake
    LL. M. Bachelor’s degree in Law with at least 45% marks. 4 Sem. Regular-Day Professional 36
    ADMISSION TESTS

    Tests  for  LLM (610)
    The Test for LL.M. (Test 610) comprises two parts:

    Part I – Proficiency in English, Analytical & other abilities and General Knowledge
    Part II –Proficiency in the related subjects.
    Courses you can Enrol  Test to Appear Test Code
    LL.M Law (for LL.M) 610

    SPECIAL RESERVATIONS

    Blind

    Reservation for Blind candidates is applicable only for MA (Hindi) and LLM programmes. The certification requirement is same as applicable to the Physically Challenged

    Note : For More details on Reservation matters please refer to the Prospectus 2015

    SCHEDULE OF FEES

  • 6. M. Sc. Industrial Fisheries Open or Close

    Eligibilty Criteria

    School of Industrial Fisheries                                 Faculty of Marine Sciences                              Ph:0484-2354711
    Programme Name Eligibility Criteria for Admission Duration Nature of Programme Prof./NonProf. Intake
    M. Sc. Industrial Fisheries Bachelor’s degree in Fisheries/Zoology/Botany with at least 55% marks in the optional subjects. Bachelor’s Degree  in   Fisheries includes Industrial Fisheries/Aquaculture/Fishery Science/ Industrial Fish & Fisheries/ B.F.Sc (Nautical Science).
    ** Reserved for fishermen community
    *Sponsored by Kerala Fisheries Department           
    4 Sem. Regular-Day Professional 14 + 3**+ 2*


    ADMISSION TESTS

    Tests  for  PG  Programmes (Tests 601-604, 606-615, 617-618)

    The Test for PG Programmes (Tests 601–604, 606-615, 617-618) comprises 150 objective type questions designed to assess the proficiency of the applicant at the Graduate level in the test subject chosen by the candidate. Applicants for PG programmes (other than M.A. Hindi) may choose and specify any one of the 16 subjects (listed with Code Numbers 601–604, 606-615, 617-618) relevant to the programme for which the admission is sought for. A table is given at the last page of the prospectus for quick reference of the selection of Test Subjects. This subject could be either the main subject of the qualifying degree examination of the applicant or the subject nearest to the main subject, provided it meets the eligibility criteria prescribed for the programmes chosen.
    See the link "SUBJECT OF CAT TESTS vs COURSES -- FULL TABLE" below for the full details.

    In the case of programmes where multi-disciplinary Tests are conducted, rank lists are drawn up on the basis of the Percentile Index determined by the formula, (n-p)/n x 100 where n is the number of candidates appearing for the Test in a particular subject and p is the position according to the CAT score. The   Percentile Indices are then integrated to obtain the relative position of the candidate in the rank list for that particular programme.

    Applicants for M. Sc Industrial Fisheries will be short-listed on the basis of their CAT score and will be required to attend interview.
    Rank list for M.Sc Industrial Fisheries  is prepared on the combined basis of the CAT   score and performance in the  Interview as indicated below:

    CAT Score 85%
    Interview 15%
       Total      100

    Courses you can Enrol  Test to Appear Test Code
    M.Sc Industrial Fisheries Botany 602
    Fisheries 608
    Zoology 615
    For Post Graduate programmes you may appear for any one of the test subjects shown against "Courses you can Enrol"

    SCHEDULE OF FEES

  • 7. M .F.Sc. Seafood Safety and Trade Open or Close

    Eligibilty Criteria

    School of Industrial Fisheries                                 Faculty of Marine Sciences                              Ph:0484-2354711
    Programme Name Eligibility Criteria for Admission Duration Nature of Programme Prof./NonProf. Intake
    M.F.Sc. Seafood Safety and Trade Bachelor's degree in Fisheries / Food Technology / Food Science / Food Microbiology / Biochemistry / Zoology with at least 55% marks in optional subjects.  Bachelor's degree in Fisheries includes Industrial Fisheries / Aquaculture / Fishery Science / Industrial Fish & Fisheries / B.F.Sc (Nautical Science).  Bachelor's degree in Food Technology / Food Science includes B.Tech / B.E. / B.Sc. in Food Science and Technology / Food Science and Management /Food Science / Food Technology  / Food processing Technology / Food Science and Quality Control. 4 Sem. Regular  Professional 20
    ADMISSION TESTS

    Tests  for  PG  Programmes (Tests 601-604, 606-615, 617-618)

    The Test for PG Programmes (Tests 601–604, 606-615, 617-618) comprises 150 objective type questions designed to assess the proficiency of the applicant at the Graduate level in the test subject chosen by the candidate. Applicants for PG programmes (other than M.A. Hindi) may choose and specify any one of the 16 subjects (listed with Code Numbers 601–604, 606-615, 617-618) relevant to the programme for which the admission is sought for. A table is given at the last page of the prospectus for quick reference of the selection of Test Subjects. This subject could be either the main subject of the qualifying degree examination of the applicant or the subject nearest to the main subject, provided it meets the eligibility criteria prescribed for the programmes chosen.
    See the link "SUBJECT OF CAT TESTS vs COURSES -- FULL TABLE" below for the full details.

    In the case of programmes where multi-disciplinary Tests are conducted, rank lists are drawn up on the basis of the Percentile Index determined by the formula, (n-p)/n x 100 where n is the number of candidates appearing for the Test in a particular subject and p is the position according to the CAT score. The   Percentile Indices are then integrated to obtain the relative position of the candidate in the rank list for that particular programme.
    Courses you can Enrol  Test to Appear Test Code
    M.F.Sc. Sea Food Safety & Trade Fisheries
    608
    Food Science
    618
    Zoology
    615
    For Post Graduate programmes you may appear for any one of the test subjects shown against "Courses you can Enrol"

    SCHEDULE OF FEES

  • 8. M. Sc. MeteorologyOpen or Close

    Eligibilty Criteria

    Department of Atmospheric Sciences                 Faculty of Marine Sciences Ph:0484-2353662
    Programme Name Eligibility Criteria for Admission Duration Nature of Programme Professional/Non-
    Professional
    Intake
    M. Sc.  Meteorology B.Sc. degree with Physics / Mathematics as the main subject with 55% marks. Those with Mathematics as the main subject should have studied Physics as one of the subsidiaries and vice-versa. 4 Sem. Regular-Day Professional 12
     
    ADMISSION TESTS

    Tests  for  PG  Programmes (Tests 601-604, 606-615, 617-618)

    The Test for PG Programmes (Tests 601–604, 606-615, 617-618) comprises 150 objective type questions designed to assess the proficiency of the applicant at the Graduate level in the test subject chosen by the candidate. Applicants for PG programmes (other than M.A. Hindi) may choose and specify any one of the 16 subjects (listed with Code Numbers 601–604, 606-615, 617-618) relevant to the programme for which the admission is sought for. A table is given at the last page of the prospectus for quick reference of the selection of Test Subjects. This subject could be either the main subject of the qualifying degree examination of the applicant or the subject nearest to the main subject, provided it meets the eligibility criteria prescribed for the programmes chosen.
    See the link "SUBJECT OF CAT TESTS vs COURSES -- FULL TABLE" below for the full details.

    In the case of programmes where multi-disciplinary Tests are conducted, rank lists are drawn up on the basis of the Percentile Index determined by the formula, (n-p)/n x 100 where n is the number of candidates appearing for the Test in a particular subject and p is the position according to the CAT score. The   Percentile Indices are then integrated to obtain the relative position of the candidate in the rank list for that particular programme.
    Courses you can Enrol  Test to Appear Test Code
    M.Sc Meteorology Mathematics 612
    Physics 613
    For Post Graduate programmes you may appear for any one of the test subjects shown against "Courses you can Enrol"

    SCHEDULE OF FEES

  • 9. M. Sc. HydrochemistryOpen or Close

    Eligibilty Criteria

    Department of Chemical Oceanography     Faculty of Marine Sciences     Ph:0484-2382131
    Programme Name Eligibility Criteria for Admission Duration Nature of Programme Professional/Non-
    Professional
    Intake
    M.Sc Hydrochemistry
    B.Sc Degree in Chemistry with Mathematics and Physics as subsidiaries or B.Sc. Degree of any University in Kerala with Polymer Chemistry/ Industrial Chemistry/ Petrochemicals/ Environment and Water Management as the   main subject and Mathematics and Physics/Computer Science as subsidiaries, with a minimum of 55% marks in the respective main subject. 
    4 Sem. Regular-Day Professional 12

    ADMISSION TESTS

    Tests  for  PG  Programmes (Tests 601-604, 606-615, 617-618)

    The Test for PG Programmes (Tests 601–604, 606-615, 617-618) comprises 150 objective type questions designed to assess the proficiency of the applicant at the Graduate level in the test subject chosen by the candidate. Applicants for PG programmes (other than M.A. Hindi) may choose and specify any one of the 16 subjects (listed with Code Numbers 601–604, 606-615, 617-618) relevant to the programme for which the admission is sought for. A table is given at the last page of the prospectus for quick reference of the selection of Test Subjects. This subject could be either the main subject of the qualifying degree examination of the applicant or the subject nearest to the main subject, provided it meets the eligibility criteria prescribed for the programmes chosen.
    See the link "SUBJECT OF CAT TESTS vs COURSES -- FULL TABLE" below for the full details.


    Courses you can Enrol  Test to Appear Test Code
    M.Sc Hydrochemistry Chemistry 604

    SCHEDULE OF FEES

  • 10. M. Sc. Marine Biology Open or Close

    Eligibilty Criteria

    Department of Marine Biology, Microbiology & Biochemistry         Faculty of Marine Sciences Ph:0484-2368120
    Programme Name Eligibility Criteria for Admission Duration Nature of Programme Professional/Non-
    Professional
    Intake
    M. Sc.  Marine Biology B.Sc. degree with any branch of Life Sciences such as Aqua culture, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Botany, Microbiology, Zoology etc. as a main subject or B.Sc. degree in Fishery Science with atleast 55% marks in the optional subjects. 4 Sem. Regular-Day Professional 19+1*
    *reserved for Physically Challenged                                                        

    ADMISSION TESTS

    Tests  for  PG  Programmes (Tests 601-604, 606-615, 617-618)

    The Test for PG Programmes (Tests 601–604, 606-615, 617-618) comprises 150 objective type questions designed to assess the proficiency of the applicant at the Graduate level in the test subject chosen by the candidate. Applicants for PG programmes (other than M.A. Hindi) may choose and specify any one of the 16 subjects (listed with Code Numbers 601–604, 606-615, 617-618) relevant to the programme for which the admission is sought for. A table is given at the last page of the prospectus for quick reference of the selection of Test Subjects. This subject could be either the main subject of the qualifying degree examination of the applicant or the subject nearest to the main subject, provided it meets the eligibility criteria prescribed for the programmes chosen.
    See the link "SUBJECT OF CAT TESTS vs COURSES -- FULL TABLE" below for the full details.

    In the case of programmes where multi-disciplinary Tests are conducted, rank lists are drawn up on the basis of the Percentile Index determined by the formula, (n-p)/n x 100 where n is the number of candidates appearing for the Test in a particular subject and p is the position according to the CAT score. The   Percentile Indices are then integrated to obtain the relative position of the candidate in the rank list for that particular programme.
    Courses you can Enrol  Test to Appear Test Code
    M.Sc Marine Biology Biotechnology          
    601
    Botany
    602
    Fisheries
    608
    Life Sciences
    611
    Zoology
    615

    SCHEDULE OF FEES

  • 11. M. Sc. Marine Geology Open or Close

    Eligibilty Criteria

    Department of Marine Geology and Geophysics     Faculty of Marine Sciences     Ph:0484-2366478
    Programme Name Eligibility Criteria for Admission Duration Nature of Programme Professional/Non-
    Professional
    Intake
    M. Sc. Marine Geology B.Sc degree in Geology / Physics / Chemistry with 60% aggregate marks in optionals.  4 Sem. Regular-Day Professional 10
    ADMISSION TESTS

    Tests  for  PG  Programmes (Tests 601-604, 606-615, 617-618)

    The Test for PG Programmes (Tests 601–604, 606-615, 617-618) comprises 150 objective type questions designed to assess the proficiency of the applicant at the Graduate level in the test subject chosen by the candidate. Applicants for PG programmes (other than M.A. Hindi) may choose and specify any one of the 16 subjects (listed with Code Numbers 601–604, 606-615, 617-618) relevant to the programme for which the admission is sought for. A table is given at the last page of the prospectus for quick reference of the selection of Test Subjects. This subject could be either the main subject of the qualifying degree examination of the applicant or the subject nearest to the main subject, provided it meets the eligibility criteria prescribed for the programmes chosen.
    See the link "SUBJECT OF CAT TESTS vs COURSES -- FULL TABLE" below for the full details.

    In the case of programmes where multi-disciplinary Tests are conducted, rank lists are drawn up on the basis of the Percentile Index determined by the formula, (n-p)/n x 100 where n is the number of candidates appearing for the Test in a particular subject and p is the position according to the CAT score. The   Percentile Indices are then integrated to obtain the relative position of the candidate in the rank list for that particular programme.
     
    Courses you can Enrol  Test to Appear Test Code
    M.Sc Marine Geology Chemistry
    604
    Geology
    609
    Physics
    613
    For Post Graduate programmes you may appear for any one of the test subjects shown against "Courses you can Enrol"

    SCHEDULE OF FEES

  • 12. M. Sc. Marine Geophysics Open or Close

    Eligibilty Criteria

    Department of Marine Geology and Geophysics    Faculty of Marine Sciences     Ph:0484-2366478
    Programme Name Eligibility Criteria for Admission Duration Nature of Programme Professional/Non-
    Professional
    Intake
    M. Sc. Marine Geophysics B.Sc degree in Geology / Physics with Mathematics as one of the subjects and at least 60% aggregate marks.
    4 Sem. Regular-Day Professional 10

    ADMISSION TESTS

    Tests  for  PG  Programmes (Tests 601-604, 606-615, 617-618)

    The Test for PG Programmes (Tests 601–604, 606-615, 617-618) comprises 150 objective type questions designed to assess the proficiency of the applicant at the Graduate level in the test subject chosen by the candidate. Applicants for PG programmes (other than M.A. Hindi) may choose and specify any one of the 16 subjects (listed with Code Numbers 601–604, 606-615, 617-618) relevant to the programme for which the admission is sought for. A table is given at the last page of the prospectus for quick reference of the selection of Test Subjects. This subject could be either the main subject of the qualifying degree examination of the applicant or the subject nearest to the main subject, provided it meets the eligibility criteria prescribed for the programmes chosen.
    See the link "SUBJECT OF CAT TESTS vs COURSES -- FULL TABLE" below for the full details.

    In the case of programmes where multi-disciplinary Tests are conducted, rank lists are drawn up on the basis of the Percentile Index determined by the formula, (n-p)/n x 100 where n is the number of candidates appearing for the Test in a particular subject and p is the position according to the CAT score. The   Percentile Indices are then integrated to obtain the relative position of the candidate in the rank list for that particular programme.
    Courses you can Enrol  Test to Appear Test Code
    M.Sc Marine Geophysics Geology
    609
    Physics
    613
    For Post Graduate programmes you may appear for any one of the test subjects shown against "Courses you can Enrol"

    SCHEDULE OF FEES

  • 13. M. Sc. Oceanography Open or Close

    Eligibilty Criteria

    Department of Physical Oceanography                       Faculty of Marine Sciences                          Ph:0484-2363950

    Programme Name

    Eligibility Criteria for Admission

    Duration

    Nature of Programme

    Professional/Non-
    Professional

    Intake

    M. Sc.  Oceanography

    B.Sc.degree with Physics / Mathematics as the main subject with 55% marks. Those with Mathematics as the main subject should have studied Physics as one of the subsidiaries and vice-versa. 

    4 Sem.

    Regular-Day

    Professional

    15

    ADMISSION TESTS

    Tests  for  PG  Programmes (Tests 601-604, 606-615, 617-618)

    The Test for PG Programmes (Tests 601–604, 606-615, 617-618) comprises 150 objective type questions designed to assess the proficiency of the applicant at the Graduate level in the test subject chosen by the candidate. Applicants for PG programmes (other than M.A. Hindi) may choose and specify any one of the 16 subjects (listed with Code Numbers 601–604, 606-615, 617-618) relevant to the programme for which the admission is sought for. A table is given at the last page of the prospectus for quick reference of the selection of Test Subjects. This subject could be either the main subject of the qualifying degree examination of the applicant or the subject nearest to the main subject, provided it meets the eligibility criteria prescribed for the programmes chosen.
    See the link "SUBJECT OF CAT TESTS vs COURSES -- FULL TABLE" below for the full details.

    In the case of programmes where multi-disciplinary Tests are conducted, rank lists are drawn up on the basis of the Percentile Index determined by the formula, (n-p)/n x 100 where n is the number of candidates appearing for the Test in a particular subject and p is the position according to the CAT score. The   Percentile Indices are then integrated to obtain the relative position of the candidate in the rank list for that particular programme.
    Courses you can Enrol  Test to Appear Test Code
    M.Sc Oceanography Mathematics
    612
    Physics
    613
    For Post Graduate programmes you may appear for any one of the test subjects shown against "Courses you can Enrol"

    SCHEDULE OF FEES

  • 14. M. Sc. Chemistry Open or Close

    Eligibilty Criteria

    Department of Applied Chemistry     Faculty of Science     Ph:0484-2575804
    Programme Name Eligibility Criteria for Admission Duration Nature of Programme Professional/Non-
    Professional
    Intake
    M.Sc. Chemistry   B.Sc. degree with Chemistry/Polymer Chemistry/ Environmental Chemistry/Industrial Chemistry/ Petrochemicals (main) with Mathematics as one of the subsidiary subjects with atleast 55% marks in the main subject.  4 Sem. Regular-Day Non-Professional 20+
    1(BGN)
    ADMISSION TESTS

    Tests  for  PG  Programmes (Tests 601-604, 606-615, 617-618)

    The Test for PG Programmes (Tests 601–604, 606-615, 617-618) comprises 150 objective type questions designed to assess the proficiency of the applicant at the Graduate level in the test subject chosen by the candidate. Applicants for PG programmes (other than M.A. Hindi) may choose and specify any one of the 16 subjects (listed with Code Numbers 601–604, 606-615, 617-618) relevant to the programme for which the admission is sought for. A table is given at the last page of the prospectus for quick reference of the selection of Test Subjects. This subject could be either the main subject of the qualifying degree examination of the applicant or the subject nearest to the main subject, provided it meets the eligibility criteria prescribed for the programmes chosen.
    See the link "SUBJECT OF CAT TESTS vs COURSES -- FULL TABLE" below for the full details.
    Courses you can Enrol  Test to Appear Test Code
    M.Sc Chemistry Chemistry 604

    SCHEDULE OF FEES

  • 15. M.Sc Biotechnology Open or Close

    Eligibilty Criteria

    Department of Biotechnology       Faculty of Science     Ph:0484-2576267
    Programme Name Eligibility Criteria for Admission Duration Nature of Programme Professional/Non-
    Professional
    Intake
    M. Sc. Bio-Technology Bachelor's degree in any branch of Life Sciences including Agricultural and Medical Sciences / Chemical Sciences / Chemical Engg. with minimum of 55% marks in aggregate.     4 Sem. Regular-Day Professional 12
    ADMISSION TESTS

    Tests  for  PG  Programmes (Tests 601-604, 606-615, 617-618)

    The Test for PG Programmes (Tests 601–604, 606-615, 617-618) comprises 150 objective type questions designed to assess the proficiency of the applicant at the Graduate level in the test subject chosen by the candidate. Applicants for PG programmes (other than M.A. Hindi) may choose and specify any one of the 16 subjects (listed with Code Numbers 601–604, 606-615, 617-618) relevant to the programme for which the admission is sought for. A table is given at the last page of the prospectus for quick reference of the selection of Test Subjects. This subject could be either the main subject of the qualifying degree examination of the applicant or the subject nearest to the main subject, provided it meets the eligibility criteria prescribed for the programmes chosen.
    See the link "SUBJECT OF CAT TESTS vs COURSES -- FULL TABLE" below for the full details.

    In the case of programmes where multi-disciplinary Tests are conducted, rank lists are drawn up on the basis of the Percentile Index determined by the formula, (n-p)/n x 100 where n is the number of candidates appearing for the Test in a particular subject and p is the position according to the CAT score. The   Percentile Indices are then integrated to obtain the relative position of the candidate in the rank list for that particular programme.
    Courses you can Enrol  Test to Appear Test Code
    M.Sc Biotechnology Biotechnology           601
    Botany 602
    Chemical Engineering 603
    Chemistry 604
    Life Sciences

    611
    Zoology

    615
    For Post Graduate programmes you may appear for any one of the test subjects shown against "Courses you can Enrol"

    SCHEDULE OF FEES

  • 16. M. Sc. Mathematics Open or Close

    Eligibilty Criteria

    Department of Mathematics     Faculty of Science     Ph:0484-2577518

    Programme Name Eligibility Criteria for Admission Duration Nature of Programme Professional/Non-
    Professional
    Intake
    M. Sc.  Mathematics B.Sc. degree with Mathematics main with   at least 55% marks for optional subjects taken together. 4 Sem. Regular-Day Non-Professional 30

    ADMISSION TESTS

    Tests  for  PG  Programmes (Tests 601-604, 606-615, 617-618)

    The Test for PG Programmes (Tests 601–604, 606-615, 617-618) comprises 150 objective type questions designed to assess the proficiency of the applicant at the Graduate level in the test subject chosen by the candidate. Applicants for PG programmes (other than M.A. Hindi) may choose and specify any one of the 16 subjects (listed with Code Numbers 601–604, 606-615, 617-618) relevant to the programme for which the admission is sought for. A table is given at the last page of the prospectus for quick reference of the selection of Test Subjects. This subject could be either the main subject of the qualifying degree examination of the applicant or the subject nearest to the main subject, provided it meets the eligibility criteria prescribed for the programmes chosen.
    See the link "SUBJECT OF CAT TESTS vs COURSES -- FULL TABLE" below for the full details.
     
    Courses you can Enrol  Test to Appear Test Code
    M.Sc Mathematics Mathematics 612

    SCHEDULE OF FEES

  • 17. M. Sc. Physics Open or Close

    Eligibilty Criteria

    Department of Physics       Faculty of Science       Ph:0484-2577404
    Programme Name Eligibility Criteria for Admission Duration Nature of Programme Professional/Non-
    Professional
    Intake
    M. Sc.  Physics B.Sc. degree with Physics main and Mathematics subsidiary with at least 55% marks in Physics. 4 Sem. Regular-Day Non-Professional 25

    ADMISSION TESTS

    Tests  for  PG  Programmes (Tests 601-604, 606-615, 617-618)

    The Test for PG Programmes (Tests 601–604, 606-615, 617-618) comprises 150 objective type questions designed to assess the proficiency of the applicant at the Graduate level in the test subject chosen by the candidate. Applicants for PG programmes (other than M.A. Hindi) may choose and specify any one of the 16 subjects (listed with Code Numbers 601–604, 606-615, 617-618) relevant to the programme for which the admission is sought for. A table is given at the last page of the prospectus for quick reference of the selection of Test Subjects. This subject could be either the main subject of the qualifying degree examination of the applicant or the subject nearest to the main subject, provided it meets the eligibility criteria prescribed for the programmes chosen.
    See the link "SUBJECT OF CAT TESTS vs COURSES -- FULL TABLE" below for the full details.

    Courses you can Enrol  Test to Appear Test Code
    M.Sc. Physics Physics 613

    SCHEDULE OF FEES

  • 18. M. Sc. Statistics Open or Close

    Eligibilty Criteria

    Department of Statistics      Faculty of Science       Ph:0484-2575893
    Programme Name Eligibility Criteria for Admission Duration Nature of Programme Professional/Non-
    Professional
    Intake
    M. Sc.  Statistics B.Sc. degree in Mathematics or Statistics main with at least 55% marks for optional subjects taken  together. 4 Sem.   Regular-Day Non-Professional 20

    ADMISSION TESTS

    Tests  for  PG  Programmes (Tests 601-604, 606-615, 617-618)

    The Test for PG Programmes (Tests 601–604, 606-615, 617-618) comprises 150 objective type questions designed to assess the proficiency of the applicant at the Graduate level in the test subject chosen by the candidate. Applicants for PG programmes (other than M.A. Hindi) may choose and specify any one of the 16 subjects (listed with Code Numbers 601–604, 606-615, 617-618) relevant to the programme for which the admission is sought for. A table is given at the last page of the prospectus for quick reference of the selection of Test Subjects. This subject could be either the main subject of the qualifying degree examination of the applicant or the subject nearest to the main subject, provided it meets the eligibility criteria prescribed for the programmes chosen.
    See the link "SUBJECT OF CAT TESTS vs COURSES -- FULL TABLE" below for the full details.

    In the case of programmes where multi-disciplinary Tests are conducted, rank lists are drawn up on the basis of the Percentile Index determined by the formula, (n-p)/n x 100 where n is the number of candidates appearing for the Test in a particular subject and p is the position according to the CAT score. The   Percentile Indices are then integrated to obtain the relative position of the candidate in the rank list for that particular programme.
    Courses you can Enrol  Test to Appear Test Code
    M.Sc Statistics Mathematics 612
    Statistics
    614
    For Post Graduate programmes you may appear for any one of the test subjects shown against "Courses you can Enrol"

    SCHEDULE OF FEES

  • 19. M.A. Applied Economics Open or Close

    Eligibilty Criteria

    Department of Applied Economics      Faculty of Social Sciences       Ph:0484-2576030
    Programme Name Eligibility Criteria for Admission Duration Nature of Programme Professional/Non-
    Professional
    Intake
    M.A. Applied Economics Bachelor's degree in Economics with 55% marks in part III (Economics & Subsidiaries) or 60% marks with B.Com, BBA, BBM with Economics as one of the subject or B.Sc Mathematics or Statistics with 65% marks.  Pass for SC / ST candidates. 4 Sem Regular-Day Non-Professional 15

      ADMISSION TESTS

    Test for M.A. Applied Economics (Test 616)

    The Test for M.A. Applied Economics (Test 616) comprises 150 objective type questions designed to test the proficiency of the applicant at the Graduate level in Economics. (50 % of the questions will be from Economics, 15% from Simple Mathematics, 15% from Statistics and 20% General awareness)

    Courses you can Enrol  Test to Appear Test Code
    M.A. Applied Economics Economics 616
               

    SCHEDULE OF FEES

  • 20. M. C. A. Open or Close

    Eligibilty Criteria

    Department of Computer Applications     Faculty of  Technology     Ph:0484-2576253
    Programme Name Eligibility Criteria for Admission Duration Nature of Programme Professional/Non-
    Professional
    Intake
    M. C. A. Any graduate with Mathematics as one of the main or subsidiary subjects or graduate in Electronics/ Computer Science / Computer Applications / Engineering / Technology with aggregate 55% marks in all subjects other than languages and humanities. 6 Sem. Full-time (Cost-sharing) Professional 30
    6 Sem. Full-time (Regular) Professional 30
    Cochin University College of Engineering, Kuttanad     Faculty of Technology      Ph:0477-2707500
    Programme Name Eligibility Criteria for Admission Duration Nature of Programme Professional/Non-
    Professional
    Intake

    M.C.A

    Any graduate with Mathematics as one of the main or subsidiary subjects or graduate in Electronics/ Computer Science / Computer Applications / Engineering / Technology with aggregate 55% marks in all subjects other than languages and humanities. 6 Sem. Full-time (Cost-sharing) Professional 30
    Full-time (Regular) Professional 30

      ADMISSION TESTS

    Aptitude  Test  for  MCA

    The aptitude Test for MCA (Test 501) comprises 150 objective type questions designed to test the aptitude and capability of an applicant for pursuing the M.C.A programme.  About 50% of the questions will be from Mathematics covering areas of Engineering Mathematics / B.Sc. subsidiary level Mathematics while the remaining questions will be to test the ability of the candidate in logical reasoning based on pictures, geometrical figures, patterns of  words, Number Sequence, Set Theory, Logic decoding etc.  Applicants for MCA, irrespective of whether or not they are applicants for any other programme, have to necessarily take the Test 501.

    Courses you can Enrol  Test to Appear Test Code
    M.C.A. Aptitude Test for MCA 501

    SCHEDULE OF FEES

  • 21. M. Sc. Electronic Science Open or Close

    Eligibilty Criteria

    Department of Electronics    Faculty of Technology     Ph:0484-2576418
    Programme Name Eligibility Criteria for Admission Duration Nature of Programme Professional/Non-
    Professional
    Intake
    M.  Sc. Electronic Science (with
    specialization in Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Microwave  Electronics and Computer Technology)
    First Class B.Sc. degree (with not less than 60% aggregate marks) in Electronics or Physics.   4 Sem. Regular-Day Professional 25 + 05*
    *Sponsored          

      ADMISSION TESTS

    Tests  for  PG  Programmes (Tests 601-604, 606-615, 617-618)

    The Test for PG Programmes (Tests 601–604, 606-615, 617-618) comprises 150 objective type questions designed to assess the proficiency of the applicant at the Graduate level in the test subject chosen by the candidate. Applicants for PG programmes (other than M.A. Hindi) may choose and specify any one of the 16 subjects (listed with Code Numbers 601–604, 606-615, 617-618) relevant to the programme for which the admission is sought for. A table is given at the last page of the prospectus for quick reference of the selection of Test Subjects. This subject could be either the main subject of the qualifying degree examination of the applicant or the subject nearest to the main subject, provided it meets the eligibility criteria prescribed for the programmes chosen.
    See the link "SUBJECT OF CAT TESTS vs COURSES -- FULL TABLE" below for the full details.

    In the case of programmes where multi-disciplinary Tests are conducted, rank lists are drawn up on the basis of the Percentile Index determined by the formula, (n-p)/n x 100 where n is the number of candidates appearing for the Test in a particular subject and p is the position according to the CAT score. The   Percentile Indices are then integrated to obtain the relative position of the candidate in the rank list for that particular programme.
    Courses you can Enrol  Test to Appear Test Code
    M.Sc Electronic Science Electronic Science 606
    Physics 613
    For Post Graduate programmes you may appear for any one of the test subjects shown against "Courses you can Enrol"

    SCHEDULE OF FEES

  • 22. M.Sc Instrumentation Open or Close

    Eligibilty Criteria

    Department of Instrumentation     Faculty of  Technology      Ph:0484-2575008
    Programme Name Eligibility Criteria for Admission Duration Nature of Programme Professional/Non-
    Professional
    Intake
    M.Sc Instrumentation
    B.Sc Degree in Instrumentation / Physics / Electronics with 60% marks from any recognized University
    4 Sem. Regular Day Professional 15

      ADMISSION TESTS

    Tests  for  PG  Programmes (Tests 601-604, 606-615, 617-618)

    The Test for PG Programmes (Tests 601–604, 606-615, 617-618) comprises 150 objective type questions designed to assess the proficiency of the applicant at the Graduate level in the test subject chosen by the candidate. Applicants for PG programmes (other than M.A. Hindi) may choose and specify any one of the 16 subjects (listed with Code Numbers 601–604, 606-615, 617-618) relevant to the programme for which the admission is sought for. A table is given at the last page of the prospectus for quick reference of the selection of Test Subjects. This subject could be either the main subject of the qualifying degree examination of the applicant or the subject nearest to the main subject, provided it meets the eligibility criteria prescribed for the programmes chosen.
    See the link "SUBJECT OF CAT TESTS vs COURSES -- FULL TABLE" below for the full details.

    In the case of programmes where multi-disciplinary Tests are conducted, rank lists are drawn up on the basis of the Percentile Index determined by the formula, (n-p)/n x 100 where n is the number of candidates appearing for the Test in a particular subject and p is the position according to the CAT score. The   Percentile Indices are then integrated to obtain the relative position of the candidate in the rank list for that particular programme.
    Courses you can Enrol  Test to Appear Test Code
    M.Sc Instrumentation Electronic Science
    606
    Physics
    613
    Instrumentation
    617
    For Post Graduate programmes you may appear for any one of the test subjects shown against "Courses you can Enrol"

    SCHEDULE OF FEES

  • 23. M.Sc in Biopolymer Scinence Open or Close

    Eligibilty Criteria

    Department of Polymer Science & Rubber Technology     Faculty of  Technology      Ph:0484-2575723
    Programme Name Eligibility Criteria for Admission Duration Nature of Programme Professional/Non-
    Professional
    Intake
    M.Sc in Biopolymer Science* Pass in the B.Sc Degree examination with Chemistry as one of the subjects (Main or one of the subsidiary subjects) of any University / Institution approved by UGC.  The candidate should have passed the qualifying examination with a minimum of 50% marks in the main and subsidiary subjects taken together. 4 Sem.  Regular-Day Professional 20
    * Course offered at Centre for Bio-Polymer Science & Technology,  A Unit of CIPET, Eloor, Kochi 683 501 Ph: 0484 - 2555750

      ADMISSION TESTS

    Tests  for  PG  Programmes (Tests 601-604, 606-615, 617-618)

    The Test for PG Programmes (Tests 601–604, 606-615, 617-618) comprises 150 objective type questions designed to assess the proficiency of the applicant at the Graduate level in the test subject chosen by the candidate. Applicants for PG programmes (other than M.A. Hindi) may choose and specify any one of the 16 subjects (listed with Code Numbers 601–604, 606-615, 617-618) relevant to the programme for which the admission is sought for. A table is given at the last page of the prospectus for quick reference of the selection of Test Subjects. This subject could be either the main subject of the qualifying degree examination of the applicant or the subject nearest to the main subject, provided it meets the eligibility criteria prescribed for the programmes chosen.
    See the link "SUBJECT OF CAT TESTS vs COURSES -- FULL TABLE" below for the full details.

    In the case of programmes where multi-disciplinary Tests are conducted, rank lists are drawn up on the basis of the Percentile Index determined by the formula, (n-p)/n x 100 where n is the number of candidates appearing for the Test in a particular subject and p is the position according to the CAT score. The   Percentile Indices are then integrated to obtain the relative position of the candidate in the rank list for that particular programme.
    Courses you can Enrol  Test to Appear Test Code
    M.Sc Biopolymer Science Biotechnology
    601
    Botany
    602
    Chemistry
    604
    Life Sciences
    611
    Physics
    613
    Zoology
    615
    For Post Graduate programmes you may appear for any one of the test subjects shown against "Courses you can Enrol"

    SCHEDULE OF FEES

  • 24. M. B. A. Open or Close

    Eligibilty Criteria

    School of Management Studies     Faculty of Social Sciences      Ph:0484-2575310
    Programme Name Eligibility Criteria for Admission Duration Nature of Programme Professional/Non-
    Professional
    Intake
    M. B. A. 
    (Full-time)
    Bachelor's degree in any subject with 50% marks in aggregate. 4 Sem. Regular-Day Professional 60
    M. B. A. 
    (Part-time)
    (i)  Bachelors degree in any subject with 50% marks in aggregate.
    (ii) 50% of the seats are reserved for candidates having 3 years of supervisory/ executive experience after taking the degree.
    (iii) In the absence of such candidates as mentioned in (ii) vacancies will be offered to any other candidates satisfying eligibility as per (i).
    6 Sem. Part-time (Evening) Professional 30
    M.B.A  (Internatio-
    nal Business)
    Bachelor's degree in any discipline recognized by the University with 50% marks in aggregate 4 Sem. Regular Professional 60
    M.B.A (Travel & Tourism) Bachelor's degree in any subject with 50% marks in aggregate. 4 Sem. Regular-Self-Financing Professional 60

      ADMISSION TESTS

    Rank lists for M.B.A (Full-time) / (Part-time), M.B.A (I.B.) M.B.A. (T.T.) are prepared on the combined basis of the C-MAT score (AICTE) / MAT Score (AIMA) /CAT(IIM) and performance at Group Discussion and Interview as indicated below. The normalization of the C-MAT / MAT Score/CAT(IIM) will be decided by the University. However, they must also submit their applications through online to the University.

    Courses you can Enrol  Test to Appear Test Code
    MBA (Full Time) C-MAT score (AICTE) / MAT Score (AIMA) /CAT(IIM)
    + GD / Interview of CUSAT
    401
    MBA (Part Time)
    MBA (International Business)
    MBA (Travel & Tourism)

    Group Discussion and Interview

    Applicants for M.B.A (Full-time) /  M.B.A (Part-time), M.B.A (International Business), M.B.A. (Travel & Tourism) will be short-listed on the basis of their AICTE C-MAT score and will be required to attend Group Discussion and  Interview.

    CAT Rank Lists

    Rank lists for M.B.A (Full-time) / (Part-time), M.B.A (I.B.) M.B.A. (T.T.) are prepared on the combined basis of the C-MAT score and performance at Group Discussion and Interview as indicated below :

    AICTE C-MAT / MAT / IMAT Score 70%
    Group Discussion 15%
    Interview   15%
       Total                  100 

    SCHEDULE OF FEES

  • 25. M. Voc in Technology and Management Consulting Open or Close

    Eligibilty Criteria

    Engineering Graduates with at least 60% marks (or equivalent CGPA) in any branch of engineering or candidates with MBA degree with 60% marks (or equivalent CGPA) or candidates with B.B.A./B.B.M/B.Voc. Degree in relevant disciplines with at least 60% marks (or equivalent CGPA) shall be eligible for admission to M.Voc in Technology and Management Consulting course.

      Course Objectives

    Expose students to the classical literature of the profession.
    View problems from the perspective of practicing experts in the field.
    Prepare solutions to case studies utilizing acquired technical expertise and experience.
    Apply course theories and principles to provide consulting services to actual clients.
    Improve ability to define key factors and issues relevant to a consulting engagement and examine their inter-relationships and learn to 'massage' them conceptually.
    Improve your ability to present analyses of issues and organizational problems in a concise, accurate, clear and interesting manner from the perspective of a consult.
    Gain exposure to a variety of processes and interventions involved in the management consulting arena.

  • 26. M. Voc in Mobile Phone Application DevelopmentOpen or Close

    Eligibilty Criteria
    Engineering graduates with 60% marks (or equivalent CGPA) in the branches of Information Technology/Computer Science/Electronics & Communication or candidates with 60% marks (or equivalent CGPA) in MCA/M.Sc Computer Science degree or in BCA/B.Sc Computer Science/B.Sc Information Technology/B.Sc Computer Application/ B.Voc degree in relevant disciplines shall be eligible for admission to M.Voc in Mobile Phone Application Development Course

      Course Objectives

    Describe and apply the different types of application models/architectures used to develop mobile software applications.
    Develop the skills required to create applications for the major mobile device players including Apple iOS, Google Android, Blackberry, and Windows Phone
    Develop the skills required to create applications using HTML5, jQuery Mobile and PhoneGap
    Learn how to effectively use application architectures to build variety of Mobile Apps.
    Explain the factors to consider when designing software for multiple platforms
    Implement applications using object oriented design, MVC pattern and test driven development
    Understand how to use other technologies including cloud computing and social networking platforms
    Learn how to work with web services
    Gain insight into new trends and features in the mobile device marketplace