A valid Common Admission Test Score (CAT Score) is an essential requirement for admission to all academic coureses, except Ph.D., M.Phil., M.Tech. and the Certificate and Diploma Courses of the Department of Hindi and Foreign Languages; procedure for admission to these are given separately. Rank lists for admission to all courses except those mentioned above are prepared on the basis of the CAT score. But rank list for M.Sc. Industrial Fisheries, M.B.F., LL.B., LL.M, M.B.A. (Full time ), M.B.A.(Part-time), M.A.(Business Economics) & Diploma in Export Management are prepared on the basis of CAT Score, group dioscussion, and /or interview. Candidates shortlisted on the basis of their performance in the CAT, alone will be required to attend group discussion and/or interview. Rank lists in all the above cases are prepared as follows:

M.B.A.(F.T) and (P.T.) LL.B., LL.M.,M.B.F.& M.A.( Business Economics)
CAT 70%
Group Discussion 15%
Interview 15%
Total 100
M.Sc. Industrial Fisheries & Diploma in Export Management
CAT 85%
Interview 15%
Total 100

For all other courses for which CAT score is the criterion, the marks secured at the Common Admission Test in the subject that qualifies for admission to the courses, alone will be considered for preparing the rank list.


The Common Admission Test (CAT) consists of two parts Part I and Part II. Both parts consists of objective type questions. Part I of CAT for post-graduate programmes including B.Tech. courses in Polymer Science and Rubber Technology and Instrumentation will be based on a subject that qualifies the candidates for the course which he/she is seeking admission and the candidate has to specify the subject(s) he/she is seeking under Part II.

The candidates may opt any one of these subjects relevant to the course for which he is seeking admission and once a subject is selected no subsequent change in the subject will be entertained.

For B.Tech. courses for exception of Polymer Science and Rubber Technology and Instrumentation, Part II will consist of three sections one each in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. For courses like M.B.A. , L.L.B. , M.B.F. etc. where graduates of any discipline are eligible to apply, Part II paper will be specific to the corresponding course. Those who have applied for such courses will have to take a separate Part II examination that qualifies them for other subjects in Table. All questions wil contain questions that are objective in nature. M.B.F candidates have to write the same Part II as that of M.B.A. viz, Management Aptitude.