The CUSAT CAT LLM 2017 admit card has been released and a link to access the same is provided in this article. The admit card for CUSAT CAT LLM 2017 is available in online mode only and candidates can download it till the exam date. To download CUSAT CAT LLM admit card, candidates must enter their registration number and date of birth. Candidates must download the Hall ticket for CUSAT CAT LLM and preserve it till the completion of the admission process. On downloading the admit card, details provided on it must be cross-checked and make sure they are error-free. In case of any discrepancy, candidates must contact the exam officials for rectification of errors. Also, on April 29 & 30, 2017, the day of the test, candidates must carry the hall ticket to the exam hall else they will not be allowed to write the test.
To download the CUSAT CAT LLM 2017 hall ticket, candidates can follow the steps provided below -
Every year, the Cochin University of Science and Technology conducts the Common Admission Test for admission into the various programmes including the LLM programmes. The test for LLM and LLM (IP & IPR) will be held on April 29 & 30, 2017, respectively. The test will be held in a paper-pencil base mode across the various district headquarters of Kerala.
The candidates are advised to be familiar with CUSAT CAT LLM exam pattern. With the help of test pattern, candidates will be able to understand the question booklet’s structure. The questions will be divided into 2 parts, and candidates are required to complete the test within 120 minutes.
The first part will contain questions on Proficiency in English, Analytical and General Knowledge. The second part of will have questions on the proficiency in the related subjects. It is important for the candidates to be aware of the CUSAT CAT LLM syllabus so that they can avoid wasting time in unnecessary topics.
The result will be announced in the last week of May 2017. CUSAT CAT LLM result will be available in online mode only. The qualifying candidates will be allotted into the 36 (approx) seats of the postgraduate law programmes.