Osmania CPGET 2020: The Osmania University, Hyderabad has started the registration process for the Common Postgraduate Entrance Test (CPGET) 2020. The application process has been started from September 18 on the official website at tscpget.com or osmania.ac.in.
Candidates who wish to take admission to postgraduate courses including MA, MSc, five-year integrated programmes, MBA etc offered by Osmania, Kaktiya, Mahatma Gandi, Palamuru, Satavahana, Jawaharlal Nehru Technological and Telangana universities can apply for the CPGET 2020.
The exam will be conducted on October 31. Interested candidates can submit their exam fee till October 19.
Candidates would be able to submit application forms till October 26 with an additional fee of Rs 500 and till October 29 with an additional fee of Rs 2000, according to the official notice.
Osmania CPGET 2020: How to apply
- Step 1: Go to the official website, tscpget.com
- Step 2: Click on ‘fill application form’
- Step 3: Key in details, click on ‘fill application’
- Step 4: Fill form, upload images
- Step 5: Pay fee, and click on submit option
Osmania CPGET 2020: Application Fee
Candidates are required to pay a fee of Rs 800. For reserved category candidates, the fee is Rs 600. For each additional subject, students will have to pay a sum of Rs 450.
Osmania CPGET 2020: Exam pattern
The Osmania CPGET 2020 in all the subjects will be of 90 minutes duration the question paper consists of 100 objective (multiple choice only) type questions for 100 marks.
The exam will include different types of objective-type questions including analogies, classification, matching, comprehension of a research study/experiment / theoretical point of view, etc., with multiple answers.
Students seeking admissions in MSc biochemistry, environmental science, forensic science, genetics and microbiology will have to appear for the BCESFSG&M exam which has two parts.
Part A will include chemistry for 40 marks and part B will have BSc level of questions among optional subjects for 60 marks. Similarly, for MSc Biotechnology aspirants, the entrance exam will comprise of part A – chemistry for 49 marks and part B biotechnology for 60 marks.