Panjab University Result 2019
Vishwas Garia, 29 Jun 2019, #PUCHD

Panjab University Result 2019 – Panjab University, Chandigarh has released Panjab University 2019 result on June 29, 2019 at results.puchd.ac.in in the online mode. The university has relased the result of Panjab University 2019 for M.Com Hons and other PG programmes. Candidates who had appeared for PUCET PG 2019 can check Panjab University Result 2019 with the help of the official link given below. Earlier, Panjab University 2019 result for UG courses was declared on May 15, 2019. For UG and PG courses, candidates can check the result of Panjab University by entering their loin credentials. However, the result for M.Com. (Hons.) has been released in the form of a pdf showing the list of qualified and non-qualified candidates. The entrance test results for M.Com. (hons.) will not be shared with the candidates and will be sent confidentially to the chairman of UBS. For courses other than M.Com., the PU CET PG result displays candidate’s name, marks, category, and qualifying status. After checking his/her result, the candidate is required to download and retain it for further references.

The qualifying status of the candidates will be determined on the basis of their fulfilment of minimum cut-offs or qualifying marks decided by the university for each course. Subsequently, the university will prepare a merit list on the basis of candidates’ results, their marks in the qualifying examination and scores in group discussion or personal interview wherever applicable. Candidates listed in the merit list will also be asked to attend a counselling session. After the counselling round, a final merit list of selected candidates will be prepared. The Panjab University, Chandigarh, conducts PUCET 2019 every year to grant admissions into its UG and PG courses. The entrance test for Panjab University admission 2019 will be conducted in April 30, 2019 for UG courses, whereas for the entrance test for PG courses was conducted on June 8 and June 9, 2019. To check the result of Panjab University 2019 and other important information like result dates, details mentioned on the result, procedures following result declaration, etc., read below.

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Important Dates of Panjab University Result 2019

Listed below in the table are important dates related to result of PUCET 2019 like exam dates and result dates for both UG and PG courses. Candidates may refer to these dates to be abreast of key events.

Panjab University 2019 Result – Important Dates

S.no.

Events

Dates

1.

PUCET 2019 - UG

April 30, 2019

Mathematics - 9 am - 10:10 am

Chemistry - 10:40 am - 11:50 am

Physics - 12:20 pm - 1:30 pm

Biology - 2:20 pm - 3:30 pm

2.

PUCET 2019 - PG

June 8 and June 9, 2019

3.

PUCET result 2019 - UG

May 15, 2019 (Released)

4.

PUCET 2019 result - PG

June 29 (Released)

How to check Panjab University Result 2019

Mentioned below are steps to download the result of Panjab University 2019 for both UG and PG courses. Candidates may refer to these steps to download their results easily.

  • Click on the official link given above to check and download result of PUCET 2019.

  • Upon clicking on the link, candidates will have to enter in their roll number and select the course they want the results for.

  • Next, they will have to click on ‘show result’.

  • Candidates’ results will be displayed on the screen.

  • Candidates should download and take a print out of the result and retain it for further references.

How to check Panjab University Result 2019 – M.Com (Hons.).

To download the result of Panjab University 2019 for M.Com. (Hons.), a PDF has been published which shows a list of candidates along with their category, DOB, roll numbers, and qualifying status. Candidates can refer to the steps given below to download the result for M.Com. (Hons.) -

  • Click on the official link puchd.ac.in

  • Click on "CET (PG) 2019 -MCom Hons "

  • Upon clicking on the link, a Pdf will appear consisting the results of Panjab University 2019.

  • The list will display the name of the candidate, his/her category, DOB, qualifying status, and roll number.

  • Candidates may download and take a print out of the list and retain it for further references.

To check PUCET 2019 result (M.Com) - Click here

Details Mentioned on Panjab University 2019 Result

Candidates can find the following details mentioned on the result of Panjab University 2019.

  • Name of the candidate

  • Category of the candidate

  • Roll Number of the candidate

  • Date of Birth of the candidate

  • PUCET 2019 scores of the candidate (Not in M.Com. (Hons.) result)

  • Qualifying Status of the candidate

Panjab University 2019 UG Merit List

  • For UG courses, the following three fields is taken into account with the specified weight age: (i) Qualifying examination – 25%, (ii) Entrance examination – 75%, (iii) over and above weight age of NCC, NSS, etc.

  • To prepare a combined merit list for two streams – (i) Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics combination and (ii) Physics, Chemistry, Biology combinations, the university will evaluate two streams separately. Then the university will use the following formula to calculate the combined merit:

0.75*P + 0.25*Q + over and above weight age of NSS, NCC, etc. in terms of marks,

where P stands for Percentile and Q is the percentage obtained in 10 + 2 exam

The percentile will be calculated using the following formula:

P= [(N-R)/N]*100,

wherein P = Percentile, N= Number of Students, R= Rank of the candidate in the merit list of his/her stream.

Panjab University 2019 PG Merit List

  • For M.A. in Disaster Management, Remote Sensing and GIS, History, M.Com. Business Innovations, the following fields will be considered with the specified weight ages – (i) written entrance test – 50%, (ii) Qualifying exam – 50%. Academic or other weight ages will be on the basis of marks scored by candidate in the qualifying exam as prescribed by PU.

  • For M.Com. (Hons.), the performance in the following fields will be considered with the given weight ages – (i) entrance test – 85%, (ii) group discussion – 7.5%, (iii) Personal Interview – 7.5%

PUCET Result 2019 – Tie breaking criteria for PG programmes

Candidates who secure equal marks in the final merit are bracketed together. Given below is the mechanism adopted by the university to determine their inter-se rank. However, this is applicable only for PG courses.

  • Candidates who secure a higher percentage in the qualifying examination (bachelor’s degree) will be ranked higher in the order of merit.

  • If the marks scored in bachelor’s level exam is same, then candidate securing higher percentage in class 12th will be ranked higher in the order of merit.

  • If the tie still persists, candidates senior in age are ranked higher in the order of merit.

PUCET Counselling 2019

  • Candidates mentioned in the merit list of Panjab University are required to physically attend the counselling session on the specified date and venue. The counselling of Panjab University 2019 has started from July 5, 2019 by the university in online mode.

  • Upon reaching the counselling venue, candidates are required to mark their attendance.

  • Candidates must carry all the relevant documents along with the copy of online admission form at the time of counselling.

  • After the counselling session and taking into account candidates’ scores in written examination, group discussion, personal interview, and so on, a final merit list and waiting list is prepared by the university. This final merit list cmention the names of the candidates selected to take admissions into the university. The waiting list mention the names of waitlisted candidates.

PUCET Cut Off 2018

Mentioned below are cut offs of PUCET 2018 for both UG and PG courses. Candidates may refer to the following cut offs to get a fair idea of the minimum marks they should score in the admission test.

PUCET 2018 Cut Off - UG

Category

Cut off

Unreserved category

15% of total marks

SC/ST/PWD/BC

10% of total marks

PUCET Cut off 2018 – PG

Category

Cut off

Unreserved category

20% of total marks

(M.A. English and History – 35% of total marks

Masters in Disaster Management – 37.5%)

SC/ST/PWD/BC

15% of total marks

(M.A. English and History – 30% of total marks)

Panjab University 2019 Result – Important Pointers

  • The result of Panjab University 2019 has been released only in online mode.

  • Candidates are not issued separate result cards.

  • Requests for reassessment and revaluation of answer scripts will not be accepted by the university. However, a photocopy of the answer script is provided to the candidates upon the payment of Rs. 10,000. If the candidate points out an error and if the university considers it valid, a suitable action will be taken and the fee will be refunded.

  • Candidates are required to download and retain the result for further references..

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