Common University Entrance Test (CUET) is introduced for admission into UG/PG programmes in Central and participating Universities. The Common University Entrance Test (CUET) will provide a common platform and equal opportunities to candidates across the country, especially those from North-East and from rural and other remote areas and help to establish better connect with the Universities. A single Examination will enable the Candidates to cover a wide outreach and be part of the admissions process to various Central Universities.


CUET - 2021

CUET - 2020


• Exclusive batch for CUET-PG (Life Science | Botany | Zoology | Biochemistry | Microbiology etc.) 

• 5 days a week classes, every day 4 - 4.30 hours.

• Duration 8 - 9 months approx.

• Online & Offline lectures by subject experts.

• Study modules sent by courier.

• Comprehensive Tests Series.

• Doubt Sessions.

• Offline & Online batches available


CUET (PG) will be conducted in Computer Based Test mode only.

After the declaration of the CUET (PG) result by NTA, the respective Universities will declare the counselling/ admission schedule and merit list based on the CUET (PG) score and the other criteria of the respective University. For all admission-related procedures/queries, the candidates are advised to refer to the website of applied University.


The no. of questions will be 100 and divided into two parts

Part A: Consisting of Language Comprehension/Verbal Ability, General Awareness, Mathematical/Quantitative ability and Analytical Skills comprising of 25 MCQs.

Part B: Domain Knowledge comprising of 75 MCQs.


Time - 2 hours

Marking - Each question carries 04 (four) marks. For each correct response, candidate will get 04 (four) marks. For each incorrect response, 01 (one) mark will be deducted from the total score.


For appearing in the CUET (PG), there is no age limit for the candidates. The candidates who have passed the bachelor degree/equivalent examination or appearing irrespective of their age can appear in CUET (PG) examination. However, the candidates will be required to fulfill the age criteria of the University in which they are desirous of taking admission.



Entrance syllabus for the Course(s): (M.Sc. Botany) (M.Sc. Zoology) (M.Sc. Biotechnology) (M.Sc. Life Science) (M.Sc. Microbiology) (M.Sc. Biochemistry) (M.Sc. Nutrition Biology) (M.Sc. Genomic Science) (M.Sc. Bioinformatics) (M.Sc. Life Sciences (Sp. in Human Genetics)) (M.Sc. Life Sciences (Molecular Medicine))

1. PART-A will consist of 25 objective questions (MCQs) and will include English, General Awareness, Mathematical Aptitude and Analytical Skills.

2. PART-B will consist of 75 objective questions (MCQs) from the following syllabus:

a. Techniques: Principles and applications of chromatography, spectroscopy, microscopy, electrophoresis, centrifugation, blotting, PCR & radioisotope techniques.

b. Chromatin structure and function: Organization of chromosomes in prokaryotes and eukaryotes, chromatin types, centromere, Telomere and concept of gene.

c. Biochemistry: Structure and functions of proteins, DNA, carbohydrates, lipids & vitamins. Bioenergetics, Glycolysis, TCA cycle, Electron Transport System and ATP synthesis, oxidation and synthesis of fatty acid, membrane structure and function.

d. Biotechnology: Recombinant DNA technology, principles of gene cloning, applications of biotechnology in medicine, industry and agriculture, animal & plant cell culture, environmental biotechnology.

e. Microbiology: Diversity of microbes, bacterial reproduction, antimicrobial agents, significance of microbes in the industry and agriculture, plant virus, animal virus and environmental microbiology.

f. Immunology: Antigen, antibody, complement systems, immunity, vaccines.

g. Molecular Biology & Genetics: Principles of inheritance, linkage & crossing over, chromosomal aberrations, extrachromosomal inheritance, replication, transcription, translation, DNA repair and population genetics.

h. Plant Sciences: Bryophytes, Pteridophytes, Gymnosperms, Angiosperms, Vascular system in plants, Economic importance of plants, Photosynthesis, Photoperiodism, Vernalization, and Biogeochemical cycle.

i. Animal Sciences: Characteristics of invertebrates and vertebrates, anatomy and physiology of different system of humans, nerve impulse transmission, endocrinology, human diseases, Apoptosis and cancer, inherited diseases, animal cell culture.





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