Central University of Bihar All India Written Test
The Central University of Bihar, one of the twelve new Universities founded in 2009 by the Act of Parliament, is fully committed to follow provisions of the Act and the UGC guidelines to establish itself as a national institution of excellence for teaching, research and applications. Written test will be conducted by the University for Admission to Master in Development studies Central University of Bihar All India Written Test. The Central University of Bihar issued notification of Central Universities Common Entrance Test (CUCET) 2012 exam.
The candidate should have passed Graduates from any stream form any recognized university.
Important Dates (tentative):
Date of start of online application form: April 10, 2012 *
Date of start of issuing offline application form: April 10, 2012 **
Last date of sale of offline/online forms: May 15, 2012
Last date for receiving filled-in application form: May 17, 2012
Admit card download window: May 28-30, 2012
Date of Offline Examination (for UG, Integrated & other specified programmes): June 3, 2012
Date of Online Examination (for all post graduate & research programmes): June 9-10, 2012
Declaration of results & downloading of Score Card: June 15, 2012
Counselling Sessions & Admission Starts: June 25, 2012 *
Classes commence: As per individual University’s schedule
Candidates can apply offline for this exam.
Application forms will be available on the official website and the candidate Completed application form with required documents and prescribed fees through a bank draft, favoring Central University of Bihar.
The candidate Selection is Group Discussion and Interview will be conducted for applicants who qualify the Written Test. The final merit list will be prepared on the basis of marks obtained in Written Test, Group Discussion, and Interview.
Admit card will be available on the official website.
Central University of Bihar (CUB)
Central university of Bihar, camp office, BIT Patna,
P.O. B.V. College
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