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Teachwell: 25+ Years of Excellence in  Education

TEACHWELL is a renowned organisation with over 25 years of experience in providing comprehensive educational services and career consultancy. We specialize in school coaching, entrance exam preparation, career counseling, study abroad guidance, profile building, skill building, immigration services, work permits, and permanent residency applications. With a strong commitment to academic excellence and a proven track record of mentoring over 70,000 students, Teachwell is your trusted partner in achieving educational success and realizing your full potential.

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About DU - CUET

The Common University Entrance Test (CUET) is a nationwide examination administered by the National Testing Agency (NTA) to facilitate admissions into various undergraduate and postgraduate programs at central and state universities in India, including the University of Delhi.

CUET  represents a unique chance for students to apply for admission to the national central universities of their preference. This opportunity aims to standardize the examination pattern and syllabus across different universities, ensuring that students can choose any course regardless of their 10+2 educational background. It creates an equitable opportunity for all individuals to pursue admission in their chosen university. The Central Universities Entrance Test will be available in approximately 13 languages and conducted at approximately 154 exam centers nationwide for the academic year 2023 – 2024.




Exam Name

Common University Entrance Test(CUET)

Conducting Body

National Testing Agency (NTA)

Frequency of the exam

Once a year

Language in which the exam is conducted

The Tests (other than the “Language” Test) are offered in 13 languages i.e. Assamese, Bengali, English, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odiya, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu.

Total number of questions

40 + 40 + 60 = 140 Questions

Exam Duration

45 min + 45 min + 60 min = 150 minutes (not necessarily in one sitting)

Marking scheme

(+5) for correct answer

(-) 1 for incorrect answer

Selection Process

A merit list will be prepared based on CUET score. Admission will be given based on merit list only.

Contact Details

Website – https://cuet.samarth.ac.in/

Email – [email protected]

Phone – 011- 40759000 / 011-69227700


Academic Qualification


Minimum 50% marks in class 12th for General category candidates and 45% marks for SC/ST candidates.

Post Graduate

Minimum of 55% (General category) and 50% (SC/ST/OBC/PWD category) in Graduation Degree.

PhD Programme

Minimum of 55% marks for general candidates, 50% marks for OBC candidates and 45% marks for SC/ST/PWD candidates in PG.

Applicants sitting for the examination should have a thorough understanding of CUET’s reservation policies to qualify for reduced application fees, category-specific cutoff scores, and reduced admission fees. Furthermore, it’s essential for them to comprehend the percentage of reservations allocated to their respective categories. Candidates can consult the provided table, which elucidates the CUET 2023 reservation criteria.



Scheduled Castes (SC)


Scheduled Tribes (ST)


Other Backward Classes (Non-Creamy) (OBC)


Persons with Disability (PWD)



NTA has expanded the CUET Exam’s language options to cater to a diverse group of candidates. CUET will be conducted in 13 languages, including Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Gujarati, Odiya, Bengali, Assamese, Punjabi, English, Hindi, and Urdu. This broader language offering aims to make the examination more accessible and inclusive for students from different linguistic backgrounds

Section – Subject

Total no. of questions

No Questions to be attempted

Duration for each section

Section 1-Language



45 minutes

Section 2-Domain Specific



45 minutes

Section 3-General Test



60 minutes

The CUET (Undergraduate Entrance Test) syllabus includes the following subjects and topics:

English Language:

  • Comprehension Passages To test understanding of passages, their central theme, and the meanings of words used.
  • Fundamentals of GrammarIdentifying incorrect sentences and filling blanks in sentences with appropriate words.
  • VocabularySynonyms and antonyms.

Numerical Ability:

  • ArithmeticTopics related to basic arithmetic operations.
  • Number SystemUnderstanding of numbers and their properties.
  • Basics of Algebra Elementary algebraic concepts.
  • Modern MathsContemporary mathematical topics.


General Awareness and Current Affairs:

  • Static General KnowledgeKnowledge of historical and general facts.
  • Current Affairs National and international current events and news.


Logical & Analytical Reasoning:

  • SyllogismsDeductive reasoning using statements and conclusions.
  • Logical SequencesUnderstanding logical sequences and patterns.
  • AnalogiesIdentifying relationships and similarities.
  • SeriesRecognizing number or pattern sequences.
  • DirectionsNavigational and directional questions.
  • Clocks & CalendarsTime-related problems.
  • Seating ArrangementsArranging people or objects based on given conditions.
  • PuzzlesSolving puzzles and logical problems.

This syllabus provides an overview of the topics you can expect to encounter in the CUET examination. Candidates are advised to refer to official CUET materials and guidelines for specific details and any updates to the syllabus.

Here is a list of domain subjects that candidates can choose from
1. Accountancy/Book Keeping
2. Biology/Biological Studies/Biotechnology/Biochemistry
3. Business Studies
4. Chemistry
5. Computer Science/Informatics Practices
6. Economics/Business Economics
7. Engineering Graphics
8. Entrepreneurship
9. Geography/Geology
10. History
11. Home Science
12. Knowledge Tradition and Practices of India
13. Legal Studies
14. Environmental Science
15. Mathematics
16. Physical Education/NCC/Yoga
17. Physics
18. Political Science
19. Psychology
20. Sociology
21. Teaching Aptitude
22. Agriculture
23. Mass Media/Mass Communication
24. Anthropology
25. Fine Arts/Visual Arts (Sculpture/Painting)/Commercial Arts
Performing Arts
26. Dance (Kathak/Bharatnatyam/Odissi/Kathakali/Kuchipudi/Manipuri)
27. Drama-Theatre
28. Music General (Hindustani/Carnatic/Rabindra Sangeet/Percussion/Non-Percussion)
These domain subjects provide a wide range of choices for candidates interested in pursuing undergraduate courses, and they reflect various academic and creative fields. Candidates should select the subject that aligns with their academic interests and career aspirations.

Understanding the exam pattern is indeed crucial for effective preparation for the Common University Entrance Test (CUET). CUET assesses various aspects of a candidate’s knowledge and skills across three sections: the language test, domain-specific test, and general test. Here’s a breakdown of each section and some key points to consider:

  1. Language Test: (Section A)
  • This section evaluates your proficiency in English language skills, including grammar, reading comprehension, literary aptitude, and vocabulary.
  • Focus on building a strong foundation in grammar and reading comprehension.
  • Practice through worksheets, quizzes, mock tests, and reading diverse materials.
  • Ensure you can apply grammar rules accurately in sentences and understand literary elements.
  1. Domain-Specific Test: (Section- B)
  • This part assesses your knowledge and understanding of the subject/domain related to the course you are applying for.
  • Review and revise subject-specific concepts and theories from your high school curriculum.
  • Solve problems, practice equations, and work on subject-specific exercises.
  • Stay updated with recent developments or advancements in your chosen field.
  1. General Test: (Section-C)
  • The general test evaluates your aptitude in areas like mathematics, logical reasoning, and general awareness.
  • Brush up on mathematics fundamentals and problem-solving skills.
  • Practice logical and analytical reasoning questions.
  • Stay informed about current affairs, both national and international.

Remember that CUET is designed to test your ability to apply the knowledge and skills you’ve acquired during your high school years. Consistent practice, effective time management, and a thorough understanding of the exam pattern will contribute to your success in the CUET exam.

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