Central University of Orissa Admission 2019 – Central University of Orissa (CUO) has released the application form for the admission to the Under Graduate/ Post Graduate and Research Programmes. The admission of students for all the programmes offered by the University is on the basis of Entrance Examination for identifying their academic competence and potentialities of high quality. Interested candidates can read the complete details of Central University of Orissa Admission 2019 such as application form, eligibility criteria, important dates etc. on this page.

Latest: Second provisional merit list and waiting list of M.Phil. and Ph.D. admission to Education has been released. Scroll down to check the same.

Central University of Orissa Admission 2019

Central University of Orissa (CUO) has issued admission notification for various Under Graduate/Post Graduate and Research Programmes for the academic session 2019-2020. Central University of Orissa will conduct the entrance exam for admission to the B.Ed., B.C.A. and M.A. in Economics, English, Hindi, J&MC, Odia, Sanskrit, Sociology, M.Sc. in Applied Statistics and Informatics, Anthropology, Biodiversity and Conservation of Natural Resources, 5 year Integrated M.Sc. in Mathematics, M.B.A. and Research Programmes in selected subjects leading to M.Phil. and Ph.D.

Schedule for the Central University of Orissa Admission 2019 is given below.

Events Dates
Date of Advertisement 26 Apr  2019
Filling up of online application form 29 Apr 2019
Closing date of online application form
07 15 Jun 2019
Distribution of Admit Card to the candidates (through online only) 17 Jun 2019
Date of Entrance Examinations 29 Jun & 30 Jun 2019
Publication of Shortlisted Candidates of M.Phil./Ph.D./MBA Entrance Examination for Viva-voce 05 Jul 2019
Publication of Entrance Examination Results 08 Jul 2019
Declaration of Merit List and Waiting List 10 Jul 2019
Date of viva-voce for MBA 10, 11 & 12 Jul 2019
Date of viva-voce for M.Phil./Ph.D To be notified
Declaration of the results of MBA 12 Jul 2019
Date of admission for Merit List Candidates 16 Jul 2019
Date of admission for Waiting list Candidates 17 Jul 2019
Commencement of Classes (for 1st Semester) 18 Jul 2019
Schedule of Admission into M.Phil. and Ph.D. Programmes 19 to 31 Jul 2019

Examination Schedule

Date 1 st Session 2nd Session 3rd Session
29 Jun 2019 MBA
  • M.Sc. in Anthropology
  • M.A. in Hindi
  • M. A. in Sanskrit
  • M.A. in Odia
  • BCA
  • M.Phil. in
  • Anthropology
  • Biodiversity & Conservation of Natural Resources
  • Economics
  • Education
  • Journalism & Mass Communication
  • Sociology
  • Statistics
  • M.A. in Economics
  • Ph.D. in –
  1. Anthropology
  2. Biodiversity & Conservation of Natural Resources
  3. Economics Education
  4. Statistics
30 Jun 2019 B.Ed.
  • M.A. in Journalism & Mass Communication
  • 5–year Integrated M.Sc. in Mathematics
  • M.A. in English
  • M.A. in Sociology
  • M.Sc. in Biodiversity & Conservation of Natural Resources
  • M. Sc. in Statistics

Interview Schedule for M.Phil and PhD

Result / Merit List

Result & Merit list of candidates declared by University on the official website as per the schedule. In order to check the same you can login with user id and date of birth. Candidates can check result in online mode.

Result:

  • Click here to check the second provisional Merit List and Waiting List for Admission to M.Phil in Education
  • Click here to check the second provisional Merit List and Waiting List for Admission to Ph.D. in Education
  • Click here to check the Provisional Merit List for Admission to MBA Programme.
  • Click here to check the Waiting List for Admission to MBA Programme.
  • Click here to check the result.

Criteria for resolving ties

The following criteria shall be adopted to resolve ties, where candidates secured equal marks in the Entrance Examination:

  • First Criterion: The candidate with a higher ratio of positive attempts to negative attempts will be given a higher rank.
  • Second Criterion: Marks obtained by the candidates in the qualifying degree. For B.Ed. candidates qualifying degree means only an undergraduate degree (Bachelor’s degree).
  • Third Criterion: Marks obtained in the examination immediately preceding the qualifying degree examination.
  • Fourth Criterion: Marks obtained in the next lower public examination

Shortlisted Candidates

The list of Candidates Shortlisted from Written Test for Different M.Phil/Ph.D. Programmes has been released. The candidates are now eligible to check the same from the below:

Shortlisted Candidates:

  • Click here to check the list of candidates called for personal Interview on 10 Jul 2019.
  • Click here to check the list of candidates shortlisted for the written test.

Admit Card

Admit Card for the Entrance test issued by University through online mode only as per the schedule. This document is also known as the hall ticket and issued to those candidates who have submitted the application form and fees on time, correctly. Candidates can download the Admit card/ Hall ticket from the official website by providing User Id & Date of Birth. Candidates can also use the link given below to download their admit card.

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Application Form

Online Application Form – Interested candidates who want to take admission in the Central University of Orissa (CUO) for the various discipline of courses in UG & PG session of 2019-20. Eligible candidates apply the application form through online process for the programs are requested to log-in to the official website of University, i.e, www.cuo.ac.in. before the closing date of the online application is  07 Jun 2019.

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Application Fee

For UG/PG programmes-

The application fee is Rs. 600/- for General/EWS/OBC and Rs. 300/- for SC/ST/PwD candidates through online payment excluding service charges. For each programme the candidate has to apply separetely along with the prescribed fee.

For M.Phil./Ph.D. programmes-

The application fee is Rs. 800/- for General/EWS/OBC and Rs. 400/- for SC/ST/PwD candidates through online payment excluding service charges. For each programme the candidate has to apply separately along with the prescribed fee.

Instructions for filling up of Online Application Form

  • Please read the Important Notes mentioned on the website before filling-up the online Application Form.
  • Please note down your Application Form Number (generated by the Computer), Log-in ID and Password for future correspondence or retain a photocopy of the filled in Application Form.
  • Please note that your name, your parent’s/guardian’s name, and your Date of Birth should exactly be the same as given in your 10th class or first Board/Pre-University examination certificate. Any deviation, whenever discovered, may lead to cancellation of your candidature.

Eligibility Criteria

Eligibility Criteria are different for all the Programmes. For the sake of the candidates, Central University of Orissa Admission eligibility is given below.

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 ExServiceman and Self – 02 * Supernumarary Seats Maximum age limit: 30 years

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 ExServiceman and Self – 02 * Supernumarary Seats Maximum age limit: 30 years

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). 8 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 * Supernumarary Seats Maximum age limit: 30 years

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 * Supernumarary Seats Maximum age limit: 30 years

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 ExServiceman and Self – 02 * Supernumarary Seats Maximum age limit: 30 years

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

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

M.A. in Sociology (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 * Supernumarary Seats Maximum age limit: 30 years

M.Phil. in Sociology (One-year Programme) Eligibility: Any candidate with 55% marks in Post-Graduation in Sociology 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

M.A. in Economics (Two-years-Programme) Eligibility: Any Graduate with Economics Honours/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 ExServiceman and Self – 02 * Supernumarary Seats Maximum age limit: 30 years

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). 19 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

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

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). 22 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 ExServiceman and Self – 02 * Supernumarary Seats Maximum age limit: 30 years

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

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 specialisation 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

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 26 Maximum age limit: No age limit

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

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 * Supernumarary Seats Maximum age limit: 21 years

Bachelor of Computer Application- BCA (Three-year-Programme) Eligibility : Any student who have passed 10+2 examination in Science/Arts/Commerce with Mathematics as a subject at 10+2 level from a recognized Board with minimum 50% marks in aggregate (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 ExServiceman and Self – 02 * Supernumarary Seats Maximum age limit: 21 years

M.Sc. in Biodiversity & Conservation of Natural Resources (BCNR) (Two-yearProgramme) Eligibility : A Graduate with Major subject /Honours in branches like Botany, Zoology, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Biophysics, Forestry, Bioinformatics, Microbiology, Environmental Science, Marine Biology, Molecular Biology and Genetics at Graduation level with minimum 55% marks in aggregate as well as in 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 ExServiceman and Self – 02 * Supernumarary Seats Maximum age limit: 30 years

M.Phil. Programme in BCNR : Eligibility : Any candidate with 55% marks in Post-Graduation in subjects like Biodiversity & Conservation of Natural Resources, Biodiversity & Conservation, Botany, Zoology, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Biophysics, Forestry, Bioinformatics, Microbiology, Environmental Science, Marine Biology, Molecular Biology and Genetics 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: 5* *The University can delimit the number of seats depending upon the intake capacity of Research Guides Maximum age limit: No age limit

Ph.D. Programme in BCNR : Eligibility : Any candidate with 55% marks in Post-Graduation in subjects in branches like Biodiversity & Conservation of Natural Resources, Biodiversity& Conservation, Botany, Zoology, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Biophysics, Forestry, Bioinformatics, Microbiology, Environmental Science, Marine Biology, Molecular Biology and Genetics at graduation level with minimum 50% marks in aggregate as well as in respective subject 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: 05* * The University can delimit the number of seats depending upon the intake capacity of Research Guides Maximum age limit: No age limit

Master of Business Administration – MBA (Two Year Programme) Eligibility: Any Graduate with minimum 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 ExServiceman and Self – 02 * Supernumarary Seats Maximum age limit: 30 years

M.Sc. in Statistics (Two-year-Programme): Eligibility: A Graduate in Arts/Science with Mathematics/Statistics as a subject and secured minimum 50% marks (or an equivalent grade in a point scale wherever grading system is followed) in aggregate from a recognized University/Institution. (5% relaxation will be given to SC/ST/PwD candidates). 39 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

M. Phil. Programme in Statistics Eligibility: Any candidate with 55 % marks (or an equivalent grade in a point scale wherever grading system is followed) in Post-Graduation in Statistics 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

Ph.D. Programme in Statistics Eligibility: Any candidate with 55 % marks (or an equivalent grade in a point scale wherever grading system is followed) in Post-Graduation in Statistics from a 40 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: 03* * The University can delimit the number of seats depending upon the intake capacity of Research Guides Maximum age limit: No age limit

Entrance Examination

There shall be an entrance examination for admission to all the programmes on the dates determined by the University. The University reserves the right to change/cancel any Centre of Examination as and when required without assigning any reason thereof. The time table for the entrance examination will also be available on the University website. Any change of the schedule of the Entrance Examination for any programme will be notified on the University website from time to time.

  • Candidate called for the entrance examinations (both written and/or interview) will appear for the examinations at their own expense.
  • Candidates applying for more than one programme should note that if the Entrance Examination of their choice of programmes clashes (the same time and date), then candidates have to opt for any one only.

The Entrance Examination Schedule

The Entrance Examination for the programmes will be held as specified in the following table.

Date 1st Session  2nd Session 3rd Session
  9:00 am – 11:00 am 12.00 pm – 2.00 pm 3.00 pm- 5.00 pm
29 Jun 2019 MBA
  • M.Sc. in Anthropology
  • M.A. in Hindi
  • M. A. in Sanskrit
  • M.A. in Odia
  • BCA
  • M.Phil
  • M.A. in Economics
  • Ph.D. in Odia
  • Ph.D. in Biodiversity & Conservation of Natural Resources, Education, Economics and Statistics
30 Jun 2019 B.Ed.
  • M.A. in Journalism & Mass Communication
  • 5–year Integrated M.Sc. in Mathematics
  • M.A. in English
  • M.A. in Sociology
  • M.Sc. in Biodiversity &
    Conservation of Natural Resources
  • M. Sc. in Applied Statistics and
    Informatics

The question papers will be provided in English only except for programmes in vernacular languages. The performance of the candidates in the test consisting of objective type multiple choice questions and will be evaluated using the OMR technology. The candidate will be required to mark the answers on the OMR Sheet with a blue/black ball-point pen during the test. Necessary instructions will be given in the relevant question papers.

  • The duration of the entrance test will be of two hours for the above programmes.
  • There will be no negative marking for the wrong attempt.
  • Visually Challenged candidates will be provided Scribe Fee of Rs. 500/- for appearing the CUO Entrance Examination.

Centres of Entrance Examination

The Central University of Orissa will conduct its entrance examination in the following centres for the programmes mentioned in the above table.

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

Syllabus

Syllabus for Central University of Orissa Admission 2019 is given below.

Programme Syllabus for Entrance Examination
M.A. in Odia Section-A: 30 Questions (30 Marks) will be asked on:
Linguistics, Grammar, Metre and Rhetoric (Chhanda & Alankar)
Section-B: 70 Questions (70 Marks) will be asked 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 Section-A: 30 Questions (30 Marks) will be asked on:
Basics of English Language and Functional English Grammar Section – B: 70 Questions (70 Marks) will be asked on:
History of English Literature, Genre Studies (Forms of Literature), Literary Terms, Basics of Literary Theory and Criticism
M.A. in Hindi 1. History of Hindi Language and Literature – 25 Questions (25 Marks)
2. Works of prominent personalities of Hindi Language and Literature- 25 Questions (25 Marks)
3. Functional Hindi 25 Questions (25 Marks)
4. Questions on General Hindi Grammar/Linguistics- 25 Questions (25 Marks)
M.A. in Sanskrit Section-A: 30 Questions (30 Marks) will be asked on:
Grammar: knowledge of shabdarupa and dhaturupa, knowledge of vacya-parivartana, Samjna, Paribhsha, Karaka portions only from Siddhanta Kaumudi. Section –B: 70 Questions (70 Marks) will be asked on:
a Poetics: Chapter I & VI of Sahityadarpana.
b Chhandas (from Chhandomanjari): Mandakranta, Shardulavikridita, Malini, Shikharini, Drutavilamvita, Arya, Bhujangaprayata, Sragdhara.
c Alankaras (from Sahityadarpana): Upama, Vibhavana, Vakrokti, Yamaka, Slesa, Utpreksha, Anuprasa.
d General Outlines of Authors: Kalidasa, Magha, Bharavi, Sriharsha, Bhavabhuti, Sudraka, Jayadeva.
e Literature: Abhijnanashakuntalam, Shishupalavadham (1st Canto), Kumarasambhavam (5th canto), Shrimadbhagavadgita (chapters 2 and 15).
f History of Sanskrit Literature (General outlines): Veda (Vedic Samhitas, Aranyakas, Brahmanas, Upanishads, Vedanga), Puranas, Classical Sanskrit Literature (Kavyas, Mahakavyas, Khandakavyas, Natakas, Gadyasahityas).
M.Sc. in Anthropology 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, Human Cytology, Basics of Human Physiology, Human Ecology, Nutritional Epidemiology, Basic Bio-Statistics, 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.A. in Sociology Section -A: 30 Questions (30 Marks) from General Knowledge (English Grammar, General Awareness / General Knowledge)
Section- B: 70 Questions (70 Marks) from subject specific questions (Basic Concepts in Sociology; Classical Sociological Theories; Indian Society; Social Change and Development; Social Research and Methods)
M.A. in Economics 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 Trade, and Monetary Economics.
M.A. in Journalism & Mass Communication (J&MC) 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)
Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) 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.
5-year Integrated M.Sc. in Mathematics Section- A: 10 Questions (10 Marks) General Aptitude
Section- B: 90 Questions (90 Marks) in 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.
Bachelor of Computer Application- BCA The Entrance Examination for Bachelor in Computer Application (BCA) will consist of 100 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ), out of which 60% questions will be from General Aptitude (up to 10+2 level), English Grammars, General Knowledge and 40% questions from Computer Fundamentals.
M.Sc. in Biodiversity & Conservation of Natural Resources Section-A: 30 Questions (30 Marks) will be based on:
General Science and General Knowledge. Section-B: 70 Questions (70 Marks) will be based on:
B.Sc. level Fundamental aspects of Life Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Biotechnology, Bio-informatics, Forestry, and Marine Biology.
Master of Business Administration – MBA The test will consist of 100 Multiple Choice Objective type Questions divided into four Sections and each section consists of 25 questions of 01 mark each. The duration of the Entrance Examination is two hours.
SECTION- I: Proficiency in English SECTION- II: Test of Reasoning
SECTION- III: Numerical Ability
SECTION- IV: Business Awareness
The student selected on the basis of Entrance Examination will be notified on the University website and they will be called for Group Discussion and/or Personal Interview to be held at Central University of Orissa, Koraput. The date and time of GD and/or PI will be notified on the University website.
M.Sc. in Statistics Section- A: 30 Questions (30 Marks) Questions will be based on General Aptitude and Analytical Skills.
Section- B: 70 Questions (70 Marks) Questions will be based on Mathematics, Statistics and Fundamental of the computer from the following areas: Sets, Sequences, Series, Limits, Continuity, Differentiation, Integration, Graphs of Functions, Vector Space, Matrices, Determinants, Linear transformations. Linear Programming Problem – Graphical Solution. Fundaments of Computer.
Elementary Probability – Events, Independent Events, Conditional Events, Bayes’ Theorem, Chebyshev’s Inequality. Random Variables and their Distributions – Binomial, Poisson, Geometric, Negative Binomial, Uniform, Normal, Exponential, Gamma, Beta. Inference- Methods of Moments and ML estimation, Test for Mean and Variance of the normal distribution, Contingency Tables, Simple Linear regression.

Fee Structure

For the sake of the candidate’s fee structure for Central University of Orissa Admission 2019 is given below.

Selection of Candidates

Selection of Candidates for the U.G./P.G. Programmes

The final selection of candidates for admission to various UG/PG programmes of study will be based on the performance in the Entrance Examination and in case of MBA through Viva-voce / GD / Personal Interview.

Selection of Candidates for the Research Programmes (M.Phil. & Ph.D.)

  • The syllabus of the Entrance Test shall consist of 50% of research methodology and 50% shall be subject specific. An interview/viva-voce is to be organized by the University. The candidates are required to discuss their research interest/area through a presentation before a Committee duly constituted for the purpose at the time of the interview/viva-voce.
  • The cut-off marks in the Entrance Test shall be 50% for all categories.
  • For Research Programmes (Ph.D.) in addition to the above, all exempted candidates (Candidates who have already qualified for CSIR/UGCJRF/NET, SLET/SET, ICAR/ICMR, awardees of Rajiv Gandhi National Fellowship (RGNF), Maulana Azad National Fellowship (MANF), National Fellowship for OBC, Basic Science Research Fellowship, Inspire Fellowship, National Board of Higher Mathematics (NBHM) Fellowship or similar National Fellowships) shall be exempted from appearing at the Entrance Examination and will be called for the Viva-voce test for M.Phil./Ph.D. Programmes. Students with the M.Phil. degree in the same programme is also eligible for exemption from the written test for the Ph.D. Programme.
  • All candidates (including the exempted categories) have to apply for the programmes against the Admission Notification as per the prescribed date.
  • The duration of the Research Programmes will be as per the Ordinance.

In case seats remain vacant in any of the Programmes, necessary action will be taken by the Competent Authority.

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  1. I am applied for M.Phil in Sociology.My id is 190400338 and DOB is 13.02.1997 PLEASE PLZ PLZ I request you to change my 1st choice exam center from Berhampur to BHUBANESWAR

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