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Central University of Orissa UG PG Admission 2019, Dates, Eligibility, Application

Central University of Orissa  announces Admission to UG and PG Program 2019

Central University of Orissa Admission 2019 - Applications are invited form the interested candidates for admission into various UG and PG courses for the year 2019.

 

About the University:

  • Central University of Orissa was established under the Central Universities Act 2009, by an Act of Parliament (No. 3C of 2009) of India and came into existence in 2009. It is one of the 15 new Central Universities established by the Government of India during the UGC XI Plan period to address the concern of the Nation on the principle of “equity and access” to quality higher education.

 

Central University of Orissa Admission 2019 Important Dates

  • Start date of online application: 29th April 2019
  • Closing date of online application: 07th June 2019
  • Distribution of admit card online: 17th June 2019
  • Date of entrance exam: 29th and 30th June 2019
  • Publication of shortlisted candidates of M.Phil/ PhD/ MBA Entrance examination for viva voce: 05th July 2019
  • Publication of result: 08th July 2019
  • Declaration of merit and waiting list: 10th July 2019
  • Date of viva voce for MBA: 10th, 11th, 12th July 2019
  • Declaration of MBA result: 12th July 2019
  • Date of admission for merit list candidates: 16th July 2019
  • Date of admission for wait list candidates: 17th July 2019
  • Commencement of classes (for 01st Semester): 18th July 2019
  • Schedule of admission into M.Phil and PhD Programmes: From 19th to 31st July 2019

 

See: Latest Entrance Exam

 

Courses and Eligibility Criteria for Central University of Orissa Admission 2019

Department of Language:
M.A. in Odia (Two-year Programme)

  • Eligibility: A Graduate with Odia as a subject at the graduation level with minimum 50% in aggregate and in the respective subject from a recognized University /Institution. (5% relaxation will be given to SC/ST/PwD candidates).
  • Number of Seats: 30 (UR-15, OBC-08, SC-05, ST-02) + EWS–03 + *PwD-02 [PwD
  • (VH) – 01, PWD (HI / OH) – 01] + *Kashmiri Migrant – 02 + *Wards of Ex Serviceman and Self – 02 Supernumerary Seats
  • Maximum age limit: 30 years
  • Admission Procedure: The selection for the M.A. in Odia will be based on the performance in the Entrance Examination. Entrance Examination Pattern: The entrance examination for M.A. in Odia will consist of 100 multiple choice objective questions carrying one mark each. The written test will be based on the Graduation standard in the following areas:
  • Section-A: 30 Questions (30 Marks) will be on:
  • Linguistics, Grammar, Metre and Rhetoric (Chhanda & Alankar)
  • Section-B: 70 Questions (70 Marks) will be on:
  • History of Odia Literature (Ancient, Medieval, Modern and Contemporary Literature), Development of Odia Language, Folk Literature, Literary Terms (Indian and Western), History of Indian and Western Literature and Western Literary Movements.

M.A in English (Two year Programme):

  • Eligibility: Any Graduate with English as a subject at the graduation level with minimum 50% marks in the respective subject and aggregate from a recognized University /Institution. (5% relaxation will be given to SC/ST/PwD candidates).
  • Number of Seats: 30 (UR-15, OBC-08, SC-05, ST-02) + EWS–03 + *PwD-02 [PwD
  • (VH) – 01, PWD (HI / OH) – 01] + *Kashmiri Migrant – 02 + *Wards of Ex Serviceman and Self - 02 Supernumerary Seats
  • Maximum age limit: 30 years
  • Admission Procedure: The selection for M.A. in English programme will be based on the performance in the Entrance Examination.

 

See: MA Admission

 

Entrance Examination Pattern:

  • The Entrance Examination for M.A. in English will consist of 100 Multiple Choice Objective Questions carrying one mark each. The written test will be based on the Graduation standard related to the following areas:
  • Section-A: 30 Questions (30 Marks) will be on:
  • Basics of English Language and Functional English Grammar
  • Section – B: 70 Questions (70 Marks) will be on:
  • History of English Literature, Genre Studies (Forms of Literature), Literary Terms, Basics of Literary Theory and Criticism.

M.A. in Hindi (Two-year Programme)

  • Eligibility: A Graduate with Hindi as a subject at graduation level with minimum 45% marks in aggregate from a recognized University/ Institution. (5% relaxation will be given to SC/ST/PwD candidates).
  • Number of Seats: 16 (UR-9, OBC-04, SC-02, ST-01) + EWS-02 + *PwD-01 [PwD (VH / HI / OH) – 01] + *Kashmiri Migrant – 01 + *Wards of Ex-Serviceman and Self - 01* Supernumerary Seats
  • Maximum age limit: 30 years
  • Admission Procedure: The selection for the M.A. in Hindi will be based on the performance in the Entrance Examination.
  • Entrance Examination Pattern: The entrance examination for M.A. in Hindi will consist of 100 multiple choice objective questions carrying one mark for each question.
  • The written test will be based on Graduation standard related to the following areas:
  • History of Hindi Language and Literature - 25 Questions (25 Marks)
  • Works of prominent personalities of Hindi Language and Literature- 25 Questions (25 Marks)
  • Functional Hindi - 25 Questions (25 Marks)
  • Questions on General Hindi Grammar/Linguistics- 25 Questions (25 Marks)

M.A. Programme in Sanskrit (Two-year Programme)

  • Eligibility: A Graduate with Sanskrit as a subject at the graduation level with minimum 45% marks in aggregate from a recognized University /Institution. (5% relaxation will be given to SC/ST/PwD candidates).
  • Number of Seats: 16 (UR-9, OBC-04, SC-02, ST-01) + EWS-02 + *PwD-01 [PwD (VH /
  • HI / OH) – 01] + *Kashmiri Migrant – 01 + *Wards of Ex-Serviceman and Self – 01 Supernumerary Seats
  • Maximum age limit: 30 years
  • Admission Procedure: The selection for the M.A. in Sanskrit will be based on the performance in the Entrance Examination.

Entrance Examination Pattern:

  • The Entrance Examination will consist of 100 multiple choice objective questions carrying one mark each. The written test will be based on Graduation Standard on the following areas:

Section-A: 30 Questions (30 Marks) will be asked on:

  • Grammar: Knowledge of Shabdarupa and Dhaturupa, knowledge of VacyaParivartana, Samjna, Paribhsha, Karaka portions only from Siddhanta Kaumudi.
  • Alankaras (from Sahityadarpana): Upama, Vibhavana, Vakrokti, Yamaka, Slesa, Utpreksha, Anuprasa, Arthantaranyasa.

Section –B: 70 Questions (70 Marks) will be asked on:

  • Poetics: Chapter I & VI of Sahityadarpana.
  • Chhandas (from Chhandomanjari): Mandakranta, Shardulavikridita, Malini, Shikharini, Drutavilamvita, Arya, Bhujangaprayata, Sragdhara.
  • General Outlines of Authors: Kalidasa, Magha, Bharavi, Sriharsha, Bhavabhuti, Sudraka, Jayadeva.
  • Literature: Abhijnanashakuntalam, Shishupalavadham (1st Canto), Kumarasambhavam (5th canto), Shrimadbhagavadgita (chapters 2 and 15).
  • History of Sanskrit Literature (General outlines): Veda (Vedic Samhitas, Aranyakas, Brahmanas, Upanishads, and Vedangas), Ramayana, Mahabharata, and Puranas, Classical Sanskrit Literature (Kavyas, Mahakavyas, Khandakavyas, Natakas, and Gadyasahityas).

School of Social Science:
Department of Anthropology:
Courses offered: M.Sc, M.Phil and PhD in anthropology
M.Sc. in Anthropology (Two-year-Programme)

  • Eligibility: Any Science or Arts Graduate with minimum 50% marks in aggregate from a recognized University /Institution. (5% relaxation will be given to SC/ST/PwD candidates).

Number of Seats: 30 (UR-15, OBC-08, SC-05, ST-02) + EWS–03 + *PwD-02 [PwD

  • (VH) – 01, PWD (HI / OH) – 01] + *Kashmiri Migrant – 02 + *Wards of Ex Serviceman and Self – 02 * Supernumarary Seats

Maximum age limit: 30 years

  • Admission Procedure: The selection for the M.Sc. in Anthropology will be based on the performance in the Entrance Examination.

 

See: MSc Admission

 

Entrance Examination Pattern:

  • The Entrance Examination for M.Sc. in Anthropology will consist of 100 multiple choice objective questions carrying one mark each. The written test will be based on the Graduation standard.

Section-A: 30 Questions (30 marks) will be based on:

  • General aptitude, Basic English grammar, reasoning, arithmetic, general science, and general knowledge

Section-B: 70 Questions (70 marks) will be based on:

  • Theories of Evolution, Human Evolution, Primates, Basics of Human Genetics, Humann Cytology, Basics of Human Physiology, Human Ecology, Nutritional Epidemiology,  Basic Biostatistics, Indian Society, Reconstruction of the Past, Geological Time Scale, Indian Prehistory, Understanding Culture, Demographic profile of Indian Populations, Understanding the diversity of Indian social structure, Indian Geography, Constitutional safeguards for the Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribes.

M.Phil. in Anthropology (One-year Programme)

  • Eligibility: Any candidate with 55% marks in Post-Graduation in Anthropology from a recognized University/ Institution (5% relaxation will be given to OBC (Non Creamy layers)/SC/ST/PwD candidates and for those who had obtained their Master’s degree prior to 19th September, 1991).
  • Number of Seats: 02*
  • The University can delimit the number of seats depending upon the intake capacity of Research Guides
  • Maximum age limit: No age limit
  • Admission Procedure: The selection for M.Phil. Will be on the basis of Entrance Examination followed by Viva-voce Test.

 

See: M.Phil Admission

 

Ph.D. in Anthropology

  • Eligibility: Any candidate with 55% marks in Post-Graduation in Anthropology from a recognized University/ Institution (5% relaxation will be given to OBC (Non Creamy layers)/SC/ST/PwD candidates and for those who had obtained their Master’s degree prior to 19th September, 1991).
  • Number of Seats: 02*
  • The University can delimit the number of seats depending upon the intake capacity of Research Guides
  • Maximum age limit: No age limit
  • Admission Procedure: The selection for Ph.D. will be on the basis of Entrance Examination followed by Viva-voce Test.

See: PHD Admissions

Department of Economics:
M.A. in Economics (Two-years-Programme)

  • Eligibility: Any Graduate with Economics Honors/Major having minimum 50% marks in aggregate from a recognized University /Institution; or a Graduate in Commerce/ Statistics/ Mathematics/ Engineering or any other Social Science subjects with 60% marks in aggregate from a recognized University/Institution (5% relaxation will be given to SC/ST/PwD candidates).
  • Number of Seats: 30 (UR-15, OBC-08, SC-05, ST-02) + EWS–03 + *PwD-02 [PwD
  • (VH) – 01, PWD (HI / OH) – 01] + *Kashmiri Migrant – 02 + *Wards of Ex Serviceman and Self – 02 Supernumerary Seats
  • Maximum age limit: 30 years
  • Admission Procedure: The selection for the M.A. in Economics will be based on the performance in the Entrance Examination.

Entrance Examination Pattern:

  • The Entrance Examination for M.A. in Economics will consist of 100 multiple choice objective questions carrying one mark for each question. The Entrance Examination will be based on the Graduation standard and it will comprise of the following areas:
  • Section -A: 30 Questions (30 Marks) from General Knowledge, English, Reasoning and Numerical Ability.
  • Section- B: 70 Questions (70 Marks) on Subject Awareness comprising of Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Indian Economy, Economics of Growth and Development, Public Economics, History of Economic Thought, Mathematics for Economics, Statistics for Economics, International Economics, and Monetary Economics.

M.Phil. in Economics (One-year Programme)

  • Eligibility: Any candidate with 55% marks in Post-Graduation in Economics from a recognized University/ Institution (5% relaxation will be given to OBC (Non Creamy layers)/SC/ST/PwD candidates and for those who had obtained their Master’s degree prior to 19th September, 1991).
  • Number of Seats: 01*

The University can delimit the number of seats depending upon the intake capacity of Research Guides

  • Maximum age limit: No age limit
  • Admission Procedure: The selection for M.Phil. Will be on the basis of Entrance Examination followed by Viva-voce Test.

Ph.D. in Economics

  • Eligibility: Any candidate with 55% marks in Post-Graduation in Economics from a recognized University/ Institution (5% relaxation will be given to OBC (Non Creamy layers)/SC/ST/PwD candidates and for those who had obtained their Master’s degree prior to 19th September, 1991).
  • Number of Seats: 02*
  • The University can delimit the number of seats depending upon the intake capacity of Research Guides
  • Maximum age limit: No age limit
  • Admission Procedure: The selection for Ph.D. will be on the basis of Entrance Examination followed by Viva-voce Test.

See: PhD in Economics Admissions

Department of Journalism & Mass Communication
M.A. in Journalism & Mass Communication (J&MC) (Two-year-Programme)

  • Eligibility: Any Graduate with minimum 50% marks in aggregate from a recognized University/Institution (5% relaxation will be given to SC/ST/PwD candidates).
  • Number of Seats: 30 (UR-15, OBC-08, SC-05, ST-02) + EWS–03 + *PwD-02 [PwD (VH) – 01, PWD (HI / OH) – 01] + *Kashmiri Migrant – 02 + *Wards of Ex Serviceman and Self – 02 Supernumerary Seats
  • Maximum age limit: 30 years
  • Admission Procedure: The selection for M.A. in Journalism and Mass Communication will be based on the performance in the Entrance Examination. Entrance Examination Pattern:
  • The Entrance Examination for M.A. in Journalism and Mass Communication will consist of 100 multiple choice objective questions carrying one mark each. The written test will be based on the following areas:
  • English language capability 20 Questions (20 Marks)
  • Analytical and comprehension skills 20 Questions (20 Marks)
  • General awareness (with focus on events of the past one year) 20 Questions (20 Marks)
  • Traditional General Knowledge 20 Questions (20 Marks)
  • Basic awareness on mass media (folk media, print media, electronic media and new media) and recent trends/developments in media 20 Questions (20 Marks)

 

See: Journalism Admission

 

 M.Phil. in Journalism & Mass Communication (One-year Programme)

  • Eligibility: Any candidate with 55% marks in Post-Graduation in J&MC from a recognized University /Institution (5% relaxation will be given to OBC (Non Creamy layers)/SC/ST/PwD candidates and for those who had obtained their Master’s degree prior to 19th September, 1991).
  • Number of Seats: 01*
  • *The University can delimit the number of seats depending upon the intake capacity of Research Guides
  • Maximum age limit: No age limit
  • Admission Procedure: The selection for the M.Phil. Programme will be on the basis of the Entrance Examination followed by Viva-voce Test.

Department of Education:
Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.): Two-year Programme

  • Eligibility: Candidates with at least 50% marks in Bachelor’s Degree (Science/Arts) and/or at least 50% marks in the Master’s Degree (Science/Arts), at least 55% marks in Bachelor’ in Engineering or Technology with specialization in Science and Mathematics. A relaxation of (5% of marks will be given to SC/ST/PwD candidates).
  • Number of Seats: 50* [25 seats (UR-13, OBC-6, SC-4, ST- 2)] for Science (including Engineering or Technology), [25 seats (UR-12, OBC- 7, SC- 4, ST-2)] for Arts.
  • * The horizontal reservation policy will be followed for PWD/Kashmiri Migrant/
  • Wards of Ex-Serviceman and Self
  • Note: In the case of non-availability of suitable candidates in any stream, the vacant seats will be filled up from other streams (Arts/Science) as per the decision of the Chairman, Admission Committee.
  • Maximum age limit: No Age Limit
  • Admission Procedure: The selection for the candidates will be based on the performance in the Entrance Test.

Entrance Examination Pattern:

  • The Entrance Examination for B.Ed. will consist of 100 multiple choice objective questions carrying 1 mark each. The test will consist of two parts: Part ‘A’ & Part ‘B’.
  • Part ‘A’ is compulsory for all, includes the following four sections and each section carries 20 marks.
  • SECTION I: General English Comprehension
  • SECTION II: Logical & Analytical Reasoning
  • SECTION III: Educational & General Awareness
  • SECTION IV: Teaching-Aptitude
  • Part ‘B’ is optional for Subject Competence Test and it carries 20 marks. A Candidate has to opt for only one subject from part ‘B’. The subject competencies are on (i) English, (ii) Mathematics, (iii) Science and (iv) Social Science. Duration of the test is two hours.

 M.Phil. Programme in Education

  • Eligibility: Any candidate with 55% marks in Master’s degree in Education from a recognized University /Institution (5% relaxation will be given to OBC (Non Creamy layers)/SC/ST/PwD candidates and for those who had obtained their Master’s degree prior to 19th September, 1991).
  • Number of Seats: 01*
  • The University can delimit the number of seats depending upon the intake capacity of Research Guides
  • Maximum age limit: No age limit
  • Admission Procedure: The selection for M.Phil. Programme will be on the basis of Entrance Examination followed by Viva-voce Test.

Ph.D. Programme in Education

  • Eligibility: Any candidate with 55% marks in Master’s degree in Education from a recognized University /Institution (5% relaxation will be given to OBC (Non Creamy layers)/SC/ST/PwD candidates and for those who had obtained their Master’s degree prior to 19th September, 1991).
  • Number of Seats: 02*
  • The University can delimit the number of seats depending upon the intake capacity of Research Guides
  • Maximum age limit: No age limit
  • Admission Procedure: The selection for Ph.D. Programme will be on the basis of Entrance Examination followed by a Viva-voce Test.

Department of Mathematics:
5-year Integrated M.Sc. in Mathematics: The programme has been designed to mould the students to take up a career in research and teaching.

  • Eligibility: Any candidate who has passed the 10+2 examination in Science from a recognized Board with Mathematics and Physics as subjects securing minimum 55% in aggregate and 55% in Mathematics. (5% relaxation will be given to SC/ST/PwD candidates).
  • Number of Seats: 20 (UR-10, OBC-05, SC-03, ST-02) + EWS-02 + *PwD-01 [PwD
  • (VH / HI / OH) – 01] + *Kashmiri Migrant – 01 + *Wards of Ex-Serviceman and Self 01 Supernumerary Seats
  • Maximum age limit: 21 years
  • Admission Procedure: The selection for the candidates will be based on the performance in the Entrance Examination.

Entrance Examination Pattern:

  • The Entrance Examination for 5-year Integrated M.Sc. programme in Mathematics will consist of 100 Multiple Choice Objective Questions carrying one mark each.
  • Section- A: 10 Questions (10 Marks) General Aptitude
  • Section- B: 90 Questions (90 Marks) on the following areas:
  • Complex number, Quadratic Equations, Logarithms, Permutations and Combinations, Binomial Theory, AP, GP, Matrix, Determinants, System of Linear Equation, Trigonometry, Real valued functions of a real variable, Limit, Continuity, Differentiation, Maxima and Minima, Tangent, Normal, Coordinate Geometry, Straight Lines, Conic Section, Plane, Straight Line in a space, Integral Calculus, Differential Equation, Vector, LPP, Probability.

For further details about courses offered by the university visit the official website

 

See: Entrance Exam Dates

 

Centre of examination:

  • Odisha: Koraput, Bhubaneswar, Balasore, Bhadrak, Rourkela, Sambalpur, Bhawanipatna, Berhampur
  • Andhra Pradesh: Vishakhapatnam
  • West Bengal: Kolkata
  • Chhattisgarh: Raipur
  • Jharkhand: Ranchi

 

Central University of Orissa Admission 2019 Application Process

  • Applicants have to submit application through online mode only.

For more details visit official website. Log in to the website www.cuo.ac.in

 

Central University of Orissa

Koraput, Odisha-764021, Tel: 06852-288228/288229, Fax: 06853-288225