OUCET 2017 Entrance Exam Pattern, Scheme of Test 2017: OU has issued the OUCET 2017 notification on April 11, 2017. The candidates who have passed or appearing for the final year examination in the qualifying degree can attempt the OUCET entrance test. The OUCET is a post graduate eligibility test conducted by Osmania University for admission into various PG, PG diploma and five year integrated programmes offered by Osmania, Telangana, Mahatma Gandhi and Palamuru Universitites.
OUCET 2017 Entrance Exam Pattern 2017
OUCET 2017 Entrance Exam Pattern, Scheme of Test 2017: The entrance test in all the subjects except that of M.P.Ed will consists of 100 multiple choice objective type questions for 100 marks. For M.P.Ed course the entrance test will be 75 multiple choice objective type questions for 75 marks. The remaining 25 marks will be awarded by the department of physical education, Osmania University for the sports achievements of the candidates. The candidates have to appear for a common entrance test namely BCBTESFSGMN&D comprising of Part A (Chemistry for 40 marks) and Part B one of the optional studies at B.Sc level for 60 marks. The optional are Physics, Botany, Zoolgy, Genetics, Microbiology, Biochemistry and biotechnology.
For 5 years Integrated PG Programmes, the entrance test pattern is as follows:
The paper has two parts A and B. A – There are two sections A (Verbal Ability) containing multiple choice questions from 1 to 25 and section B (General Knowledge) from 26 to 40. Part B consists of two sections. Section C (Numerical Data Analysis) containing multiple choice questions from 41 to 70 and section D (Reasoning and intelligence) containing 71 to 100 multiple choice questions.
M.A Applied economics:
The paper has five parts – A,B,C,D & E. Part – A (Mathematics) containing 1 to 40, Part B(General English) containing 41 to 55, Part C (General Knowledge) containing 56 to 70, Part D (current affairs) containing 71 to 85 and Part E (general economics) containing 86 to 100 multiple choice questions with four alternatives a, b, c and d.
M.Sc in Chemistry and Pharmacecutical Chemistry:
The paper has four sections – A, B, C, & D. Section – A (Chemistry) containing 1 to 34, Section B (Physics) containing 35 to 67, Section – C (Mathematics) containing 68 to 100, and Section – D containing 68 to 100 multiple choice questions with four alternatives a, b, c and d. Sections A and B are common for both M.P.C and B.P.C students. Section – C Mathematics is for M.P.C students and Section – D Biology is for B.P.C students.