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CUK MBA Entrance Exam 2018

Central University of Karnataka invites applications for admission to 2 year full time MBA Program through Central University Common Entrance Test – CUCET for the academic session 2018 – 2019.

CUK MBA Eligibility

Bachelor’s degree in any discipline from a recognized Indian or foreign university ( as per the AIU foreign equivalence list ) with atleast 50% marks aggregate ( 45% for OBC { NON CREAMY LAYER }, SC, ST, PWD and Kashmiri Migrant Students ) and who have secured a minimum of 40% marks ( 35% for OBC ( NON CREAMY LAYER } SC / ST, PWD and Kashmiri Migrant Students ) in the Central Universities Common Entrance Test 2018.


  • Central University of Karnataka MBA Seat – 30 Seats

CUCET MBA Exam Pattern

The CUCET question paper pattern for the entrance exam for MBA programs is in objective or multiple choice questions and will be evaluated using the OMR technology. The candidates are required to mark the answers in the OMR Sheet with blue or black ball-point pen during the test.

The CUCET question paper should be answered only in English.

CUK MBA Selection Process

The University admits eligible candidates to MBA programs mainly through CUCET 2018. The admissions will be offered on the basis of the order of merit in the entrance examination and as per the reservation rules.

The candidates will be called for group discussion and personal interaction in the ratio of 1:4 or more based on the merit in the entrance test. The final merit for admission will be determined on the basis of marks obtained in the entrance test and Group Discussion & Personal Interaction with 50% weightage to entrance test and 50% to Group Discussion & personal interaction.