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CUSAT Courses and Eligibility Criteria

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CUSAT Courses:


B. Tech.: Civil Engineering, Computer Science & Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering , Electronics and Communication Engg. , Safety & Fire Engineering, Information Technology, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Science & Engineering, Instrumentation Technology, Marine Engineering, Naval Architecture & Ship Building , Polymer Science and Engineering

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Eligibility Criteria For B. Tech: Intermediate with at least 50% marks in Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics and 50% marks in Maths (minimum 60% marks for Instrumentation Technology or Naval Arcchitecture & Ship Building).

Engineering (M. Tech.): Engineering Statistics, Computer Aided Structural Analysis and Design, Marine Engg, Optoelectronics & Laser Technology, Polymer Technology, Electronics & Communication Engineering, Industrial Catalysis, Computer and Information Science, Software Engineering , Electronics & Communication Engg. with specialisation in Wireless Technology, Software Systems, Computer Science and Engg with specialisation in Network Computing, Industrial Safety, Civil Engg, Mechanical Engg, Marine Biotechnology, Atmospheric Sciences, Ocean Technology.

Eligibility Criteria for M. Tech.: B. Tech / B. E. or equivalent wih at least 60% marks.

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Science Courses and Eligibility:

Science (M. Sc.): Mathematics, Physics, Statistics, Chemistry, Computer Science, Biopolymer Science, Electronic Science , Instrumentation, Hydrochemistry, Oceanography, Marine Geology , Marine Geophysics, Environmental Engg., Environmental Biotechnology, Meteorology , Biotechnology, Marine Biology, Industrial Fisheries.

Eligibility Criteria for M. Sc.: B. Sc. degree with at least 55% marks in related subject (minimum 60% marks for M. Sc. in Marine Geology / Marine Geophysics / Instrumentation / Electronic Science).

5 year integrated MSc. in Photonics: 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in 10 + 2 exam

Law Courses in Cochin University:

Law: BBA-LLB (Hons.) , B Com-LLB (Hons.), 3 year LLB, LLM, LLM (IPR), LLM (IPR)-Ph.D, MIP-Ph. D.

Eligibility Criteria for BCom-LLB / BBA-LLB: Intermediate passed with 60% marks or 55% marks in Commerce / Arts / Humanities.

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Eligibility Criteria for LLB: Graduation degree with at least 40% marks.

Eligibility Criteria for LLM, LLM (IPR), LLM (IPR)-Ph.D: Bachelor’s degree in Law with minimum 45% marks.

Eligibility Criteria for MIP-Ph. D.: Graduation in Law / Economics / Political Science / History / Management / Science & Technology with 55% marks.

MCA in Cochin University:

Computers (MCA): 55% marks in all subjects in Graduation with Mathematics as a subject.

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Cochin University MBA Programme:

Management (MBA): Graduation degree with 50% marks.

Master of Philosophy (M Phil): Physics, Marine Chemistry, Mathematics, Chemistry, Applied Economics, Commerce, Hind, Life Sciences

Other Courses:

MFSc in Seafood Safety & Trade: Bachelor’s degree in Food Technology / Fisheries / Food Science / Microbiology / Biochemistry / Zoology.

M A in Hindi Language & Literature: BA / B. Sc. with at least 45% marks in Hindi.

M A in Applied Economics: Bachelor’s degree with 55% marks in part III (Economics & Subsidiaries) or B. Com / BBA / BBM with 60% marks with Economics as subject or 65% marks with Maths or Statistics as subject.

M Voc. Mobile Phone Application Development: B. Tech / B. E. / B. Voc / MCA / M. Sc. with 60% marks.

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M Voc. Technology and Management Consulting: B. Tech / B. E. / B. Voc / MBA with 60% marks.

M. Phill: Physics / Marince Chemistry / Mathematics / Chemistry / Applied Economics / Commerce / Hindi / Life Sciences.

Eligibility Criteria for M. Phill: M. Sc. with 55% marks in related subject.

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