I am in my final year of BCA. Can I apply for CUET of DAVV, Indore to pursue MCA?

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    Arindam Mondal | Contributor-Level 7

    3 weeks ago

    Yes, you can apply for CUET (Common University Entrance Test) conducted by DAVV (Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya), Indore for admission to their MCA program, provided you meet the eligibility criteria specified by the university. Make sure to check the specific requirements and deadlines for the CUET exam and the MCA programme at DAVV.

  • Yes, You can register online on the official website of CUET, i.e, NTA Exams. At Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV), admission processes vary by program, with some requiring the Common University Entrance Test (CUET) and others not. For professional courses like MCA, MA, MSc, MBA, M.Com, LLM, etc., DAVV requires CUET PG scores followed by counseling for admission. 

    However, apart from CUET, you should score more then 50-55% in your graduation, so that you will eligible for the entrance exam for MCA to get admission in this college.

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