CUCET 2020 Exam is an Offline exam taken by candidates who wish to get into the UG and PG courses in various participating Central Universities. Candidates are required to give their option of the exam centre during the process of registration.
Candidates are advised to select the Exam Centre that is the closest to their location so that there wouldn't be any trouble reaching the centre on the day of the examination. Candidates can check out CUCET Exam Dates to get more details.
CUCET 2020 Exam Centre
Exam Centre details should be mentioned in admit card and candidates appearing for exam should be well versed with the exam centre location. Specification of exam centre details is highlighted below:
- Exam Centres: CUCET 2020 exam will be conducted in 80 major cities in India.
- Preferred Location: Candidates can opt for two CUCET 2020 exam centre according to their preference which filling up CUCET 2020 Application Form.
- Reporting Time: Candidates are advised to report to the CUCET 2020 exam centre 15 minutes before the exam timing.
If less than 100 candidates registered for a particular CUCET 2020 Exam Centre then in that case that particular CUCET 2020 exam centre will be cancelled and applicant will be allocated with the new CUCET 2020 exam centre which is nearby.
List of all CUCET 2020 Exam Centres are mentioned in the table below:
|SL NO||Exam City||State|
|5||Bandarsindari (CURAJ) Ajmer||Rajasthan|
|33||Kalaburagi / Gulbarga||Karnataka|
|54||New Delhi||New Delhi|
|74||Tiruchirappalli (Trichy)||Tamil Nadu|
Map Representation of CUCET 2020 Exam
CUCET Exam Centres 2020- Guidelines
Some of important key points that candidate should keep in mind about CUCET 2020 Examination are:
- Once the exam centres are submitted by candidate for CUCET 2020, the options cannot be changed. Therefore, the candidates should be careful and devote sufficient while filling out preferred test centres in application process. It is advisable to select centres that are closest to you.
- If an exam centre has been selected by fewer people then exam authorities would feel that they should close the exam centres. They need huge turnout otherwise it is just wasting money on an exam centre. Candidates of closed centre will be allotted to their next nearest test centre.
- CUCET 2020 rules state that the candidate should reach exam centre on the scheduled time along with they should be carrying admit card and valid id proofs. Failing to do so may bar candidates from appearing for exam.