Applicants need to fulfill the eligibility criteria s stated below: Applicants must have qualified the Senior Secondary (12th) or its equivalent exam from a recognized board. The age of the applicants must not be more than 20 years as on 1st July 2018 to be eligible to apply for the examination. Moreover, candidates must have secure at least 45% marks in the senior secondary level examination. The candidates of the reserved category will be eligible to apply with 40% marks.
Different academic courses have different exam pattern offered by the Institute. The exam CULEE conducted by Christ University will announce the exam pattern for India differently. The undergraduate entrance exam will be based on OMR examination. The exam will be offline that is it will be a pen paper based examination. The duration for the examination of CULEE will be for 2 hours. There will be the total of 120 questions which will be multiple choice questions (objective based). The CULEE Examination will be standard for the entrance examination. The candidate will be successful securing of marks for the correct answer and there will be negative marking. Exam Mode for CULEE – offline mode/ paper-pencil based Exam Timing of CULEE – 2 hours Number of Questions in CULEE – 120 Total Marks of CULEE– 120 Type of Questions in CULEE – Objective Type Questions (Multiple Choice) Marks allotted in CULEE – Each objective type question carries one mark. Negative marking in CULEE – In case of wrong answers, there will be the deduction of 0.25 marks from the total scored marks. Conditions for Negative Marking in CULEE– The questions marked with wrong answer option/ response as well as questions marked with more than one option will be considered as wrongly attempted and liable for negative marking.
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