Course(s) offered : (i) 5 Year Integrated BBA-LLB (Hons) (ii) 5 Year Integrated BCom-LLB (Hons)
The establishment of the erstwhile University of Cochin in 1971 was a commitment from the Government of Kerala towards the new scientific policy resolution adopted by the Central Government on 4th March 1958. It was later reorganized as Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT) in February 1986, redefining its objectives as the promotion of graduate and post graduate studies and advanced research in applied science, technology, industry, commerce, management and social sciences.
Seats : 30 in each course
Supernumerary seats are over and above these seats
Campus location : Both the courses are offered at School of Legal Studies, Main Campus, South Kalamassery, Ernakulam District
Seats for Children of staff of CUSAT : For the children of permanent employees of CUSAT one seat each is reserved as supernumerary seat in each of the two courses.
Reservations / All India quota
Different seat quota available for State merit, All India merit and NRIs.
State merit seats are reserved only for Keralite students.
Both Keralites and Non-Keralites are eligible to apply under All India merit seats.
Reservation also available under various categories like SC, ST, SEBC, Physically Challenged, NRIs, Candidates from J&K, Communal reservation etc. Pls read the details carefully (Chapter 15) of the prospectus before applying.
Selection procedure : Selection is based on Aptitude Test, followed by Group Discussion and Interview. Candidates shortlisted on the basis of the marks in the Test will be called for the Interview/GD. Admission to the course shall be made from the rank list prepared by University on the basis of score obtained by the candidate in the Common Admission Test, group discussion and interview. In cases where adequate representation of SC, ST or OBC students is not there in the short list, SC, ST as well as OBC candidates, as is the case may be, who have appeared for the CAT, may be invited for group discussion and interview.
Rank list preparation criteria
Part I of CAT : 40% weightage
Part II of CAT : 40% weightage
Group Discussion : 10% weightage
Interview : 10% weightage