Chandigarh University releases CU CET application form for admissions to law courses 2020, apply here
Chandigarh University has released the application form of CU CET (Chandigarh University Common Entrance Test) on its official website. The last date to apply is April 23, 2020. The university will conduct an entrance test, in online mode to shortlist the candidates for admissions to various law courses like BA LLB, BBA LLB. B.Com LLB, 3-year LLB and LLM courses.
The application form of CU CET can be filled in both online and offline mode. While applying in online mode, candidates need to register in the official admission portal of the Chandigarh University. After completing the registration, candidates will have to pay the application fee of Rs. 1000 which will include the fee for the official prospectus.
While filling out the application form, candidates need to select the exam date and exam centre from the options provided by the university. The online entrance test, which is a two hours long exam and will be conducted in online mode only.
Who can apply for CU CET 2020?
As per the eligibility criteria prescribed by the university, candidates appearing for the undergraduate entrance tests must have completed the 10+2 exam and have to secure a minimum of 50% or more from a recognized board.
Candidates appearing for LLM course must have completed the graduation in law with an aggregate of 50% or more from a recognized university.
To apply for CU CET 2020 - Click here
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coordination number cu in complex [cu(CN)4]3
The coordination number is the number of ligands attached to the central ion . It is usually between two and nine. Though it may rise as much as sixteen. The term was originally defined in 1893 by Swiss chemist Alfred Werner.
To calculate the coordination number of a compound , we see the constituents in the coordination sphere or the square bracket and emitting the outer atom or atoms.
In the compound which you have mentioned the coordination number of Cu is four.
Hope you understand.
is apex institute of technology which is constituent with Chandigarh university best for cse specialized with A.I and M.L or I deserved better? my 12th PCM percentage is 94.5%
see as per the students review apex institute of technology does not comes under tier 1 colleges. however to get admission in tier 1 colleges you must appear in entrance test like jee main, or other state wise entrance test. apex institute of technology is quite new and has less information of placement. however some of the best colleges of chandigarh to study b.tech in computer science engineering is,
lovely professional university
university institute of engineering and technology
Chitkara University Institute of Engineering and Technology, Chandigarh
Indo Global College of Engineering
I got 8549 rank in wbjee 2020 and i have home state quota. Is there any chances to get any branch in JU or CU, in the mop up rounds maybe? If yes then which ones?
Based on your WBJEE rank these are the best colleges I can get-
- Uttar Banga Krishi Viswavidyalaya-B.Tech. in Agriculture Engineering
- Government College of Engineering and Textile Technology, Berhampore-B.Tech. in Computer Science and Engineering
- Government College of Engineering and Textile Technology, Berhampore-B.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering
- St. Thomas' College of Engineering and Technology - STCET-B.Tech. in Computer Science and Engineering
- Aliah University (New Town)-B.Tech. in Civil Engineering
- University Institute of Technology, The University Of Burdwan-B.E. in Electrical Engineering
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chandigarh university or university of culcutta ...which is best for ballb hons?
university of calcutta is right now better than chandigarh university however it's your view or choice that fit you the best
after looking into the progress made by these two university one can clearly say chandigarh university is how making better progress.
the infrastructure and all other facility is a bit better in chandigarh university than university of calcutta.
but if you will look at the fee structure university of calcutta is cheaper and more value to money
does chandigarh university offer ballb hons or only ballb??
Chandigarh University offers three types of integrated law program in its campus which are as follows:
Eligibility Criteria for the integrated law program is passed 10+2 from a recognized board with 50% aggregate, in case of SC/ST it's 40%. You may visit the official website at https://www.cuchd.in/legal-studies/ to know more details regarding this.