Panjab University Result 2020 (Declared), PG Merit List - Download Here
Panjab University Result 2020 – Panjab University has released the Panjab University 2020 result in the form of provisional admission list for PG programmes on November 19 in online mode. The Panjab University provisional merit list result for PG programmes was released on November 12. Panjab University UG result 2020 in the form of provisional merit list has been released on November 7. The university had released the result of Panjab University 2020 for programmes such as BA, BA (Hons.), Certificate, Diploma and BSc Fashion and Lifestyle Technology on August 26 at ugadmissions.puchd.ac.in, in the form of merit list prepared on the basis of the qualifying marks. To check the PU UG merit list 2020, candidates have to select the UG course they have applied for and click on the display button. The admission is being conducted on the basis of the marks scored in the qualifying exams. Candidates have to check the result of Panjab University 2020 by entering their credentials in the result login window. However, the university is expected to announce the result of PU CET in the form of PDF for some of the courses like M.Com (Hons.) and MA (Journalism & Mass Communication) for Panjab University admission 2020. To check the Panjab University 2020 result, candidates have to enter their roll number and select the course (they have taken the test for) from the drop-down list. Know complete details about Panjab University result 2020 and steps to check the result by reading the article further.
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Panjab University 2020 cut off for PG courses released
Panjab University UG Result 2020 Dates
|Panjab University result for BA, BA (Hons.), Certificate, Diploma and BSc Fashion and Lifestyle Technology||August 26, 2020|
|PUCET 2020 for PG||October 10 and 11, 2020|
Panjab University result for BSc (Hons.) and B.Pharmacy
|September 1, 2020|
|Display of Provisional Merit List on website & Release of Seat Allocation List (1st Online counselling)||September 5, 2020|
|Dates of reporting in the respective departments by the candidate on the basis of Seat Allocation List (1st Online counselling)*||September 7 to 8, 2020|
|PUCET UG 2nd seat allocation result||September 30, 2020|
|Dates of reporting in the respective departments by the candidate on the basis of Seat Allocation List (2nd Online counselling)*||September 30 to October 3, 2020|
PUCET UG 3rd seat allocation result
October 11, 2020
|Dates of reporting in the respective departments by the candidate on the basis of Seat Allocation List (3rd Online counselling)*||October 12 to 14, 2020|
PUCET UG 4th seat allocation result
|Dates of reporting in the respective departments by the candidate on the basis of Seat Allocation List (4th Online counselling)*||October 23 to 27, 2020|
|Provisional merit list||November 7|
Panjab University PG Result 2020 Dates
|Tentative merit list||October 30|
|Objections||Up to October 31 (5 PM)|
|Modifications/Removal of rejection||October 31|
|Provisional merit list||November 2|
Provisional Admission List (after removing objections) to be sent to DUI office for approval of DUI (category-wise by the Departments)
Admission without late fee
|Provisional merit list (Updated)||November 12|
|Provisional admission list|
How to check Panjab University Result 2020
Visit the official website results.puchd.ac.in
Click on “Entrance Result” tab at the top of the page. The following window will open.
The following page will open in front of you
Panjab University Result Links – UG/PG
Click on PU CET UG or PG links (as per the test you have taken). Check reference image below.
If you click on CET (PG) and CET (UG) links, log in windows will open. Check images below.
PU Result PG 2020 Log in Image
Now enter your PU CET roll number and select the course/programme appeared for
Click on “Show Result” button.
Candidates can now check their scores, qualifying status and can download their scorecard.
What will PU Result 2020 Display?
The result of Panjab University via the login window will carry the following details or in other words, candidates will be able to check the following particulars after logging into Panjab University result log in window.
Scores of the candidate
Qualifying status of the candidates
Note: Besides checking their scores and qualifying status through the log in window, candidates will also be able to download Panjab University scorecard.
Panjab University 2020 Result PDF
It must be noted that besides announcing the result of PU CET through the log in window, the university also declares Panjab University result for some programmes (M.Com (Hons.) and MA (Journalismn & Mass Comm.) in the form of PDF.
How to check PU Result for M.Com (Hons.) and MA (Journalismn & Mass Comm.)
Visit the official website results.puchd.ac.in
Click on “Entrance Result” tab
Result links will open for M.Com (Hons.) and MA in Journalism and Mass Communication
Click on the respective links and the following PDFs will open
Panjab University Result PDF Image (M.Com (Hons.) and MA in Journalism and Mass Communication)
What will Panjab University 2020 Result PDF Carry
The result of Panjab University released in the form of PDF will have the following details:
Name of the candidates
Date of birth
Category of the candidate
Panjab University Merit List 2020
After the result, the authorities releases the Panjab University merit list for different UG and PG programmes. As PU doesn’t release any separate PU cut off, the merit list and the weightage given to different elements for offering admission to the candidates is considered as the cutoff of Panjab University.
Check the PU CET Merit List Image Here
What will Panjab University Merit List Reflect
Panjab University Merit List 2020 will have the following details:
Application number of the candidate
Name of the candidate
Candidate’s father name
Date of birth of the candidate
Category of the candidate
10th marks with percentage out of total marks
12th marks with percentage out of total marks
CET marks obtained out of total
PU CET roll number
Weightage distribution based on different factors
Panjab University 2020 UG Merit List
The merit list of PU for UG courses is prepared after taking the following three areas into consideration:
(i) Qualifying examination – 25%
(ii) Entrance examination – 75%
(iii) over and above weightage of NCC, NSS, etc.
To prepare a combined merit list for two streams – (i) Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics combination and (ii) Physics, Chemistry, Biology combinations, Panjab University evaluates these two streams separately.
The formula to prepare the combined merit is:
0.75*P + 0.25*Q + over and above weightage 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:
wherein P = Percentile, N= Number of Students, R= Rank of the candidate in the merit list of his/her stream.
Panjab University 2020 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 age:
(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.), candidates’ performance in the following areas are taken into account for weightage:
(i) entrance test – 85%
(ii) group discussion – 7.5%
(iii) Personal Interview – 7.5%
PUCET Result 2020 – Tie breaking criteria for PG programmes
Candidates who secure equal marks as per the final merit list are bracketed together. Thus, to break this tie in such cases, the following mechanism will be 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.
Panjab University Counselling 2020
The counselling of Panjab University 2020 has begun in offline mode for UG programmes from September 7. Candidates, who find their names in the merit list have to further participate in the counselling physically and get their documents verified, according to the notified dates and venue. To participate in the PU counselling 2020, candidates have to first register online. After reaching the counselling venue, candidates have to mark their attendance. Candidates have to carry all the relevant documents (original and photocopies) along with the online admission form copy. After their participation in the counselling, the university prepares a final merit list and a waitlist based on factors like marks in the written exam, group discussion, personal interview, etc. The waiting list will have names of the waitlisted candidates.
The university has released PU UG cut off 2020 through the provisional merit list on September 5. Candidates who secure the cut off of Panjab University will only be considered for admission to the desired programmes at UG and PG level.
PUCET UG Cut Off 2020
15% of total marks
10% of total marks
PUCET PG Cut Off 2020
20% of total marks
(M.A. English and History – 35% of total marks
Masters in Disaster Management – 37.5%)
15% of total marks
(M.A. English and History – 30% of total marks)
Panjab University Previous Year’s Cut off
Check PU cut off for previous year for BSc. programmes from the tables below.
Panjab University Cut off for B.Sc Mathematics 2019
Total merit marks
CET Percentile marks
Panjab University 2019 Cut Off for B.Sc (Biotechnology/ BioPhysics/ Botany/ Zoology/ Biochemistry/ Chemistry/ Microbiology/ Anthropology/ Geology/ Physics/), B.Pharmacy
Total merit marks
CET Percentile marks
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - Panjab University Result 2020 (Declared), PG Merit List - Download Here
Question: Where can I find Panjab University result 2020?
You have to visit the official website results.puchd.ac.in and click on the result link.
Question: Is the log in window for PU CET result for UG and PG programmes same?
No, the result log in windows for UG and PG programmes are separate.
Question: Will Panjab University announce the result in the same way for all programmes?
No. The result of most of the exams will be declared in online mode via a log in window, however, not for MBA, M.Com (Hons.) and MA (Journalism & Mass Communication). The PU result for these three courses and for UG courses will be released in the form of PDF.
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Sir, i have laminated my original PU marks card without sign in candidate signature and unknowingly I have submitted in my college for verification in vtu will they accept it???
This may pose to be a problem later on, it's always safe to clear these things beforehand itself. You'll have to inform VTU officials about the error from your end. It may or may not cause a problem but they will held you responsible later on if you don't give them an update. It might completely go unnoticed too but why to unnecessarily take risks. Contact the officials & make them aware of the error.
Thanks. Hope it helps.
what is the Karnataka local seats eligibility criteria for students who has to move to other state after 10th class? My son would atudy PU in Telangana. he has studied 1 to 10th class in Karnataka. would he bexome local in Karnataka? if so, how to apply for local category at the time of admisson
The eligibility for domicile certificate in the state of karnataka is as follows:
- To apply for a Karnataka domicile certificate, the applicant should have been a permanent resident in the state for at least 6 years from a given year. If you qualify this criteria, you can apply for the domicile certificate which will make you able to take the benefits of a local candidate.
i am class 12 neet aspirant i want to know how to prepare for bothpu and neet i will Go to clg and i have hardly 8 hours to study how should i divide time for both pu and neet and i am also week at Physics i can solve prev years questions but when my clg provide neet weekend test i getlow marksinphy
First of all calm down as it's not like you need to prepare for both your board examination and need separately, the only difference between board examination preparation and NEET preparation is that :-
Board mainly focus on theory part and concepts and it is subjective while neet focus on your ability to apply those concepts and theory learned to solve numericals and mcqs.
To manage both,
You should follow time table , after finishing each chapter you should go through questions and numericals, go through previous year question papers of your board examination and neet examination and once you are done with preparation go through mock test papers . Before touching any other book for mcqs if you have very less time, just first go through previous 30 year chapterwise book of Neet - AIPMT by Arihant, it can be a game changer for you.
Now, you are saying that you don't get time but trust me one always has time for what he/she actually wants to do, you know better than any 3rd person how to get extra time in your routine. For example, if you go to college at 9 . Wake up at 5 , by 5:30 get fresh and then you can studying at least till 8 and then go college at 9.
I remember during the preparation of my 12th board examination my physics teacher had said get 25 hours out of 24 hours in a day and I was literally baffled that how can one get 25 hours but later on I realised that he just meant that utilise whatever you the time you have in the best possible way, because after exam you will have have lots of time but nothing could be done other than regret.
Coming to how you should be prepare physics,
then it's all about concepts, first get your concept cleared ,don't hesitate for asking your doubts from your teacher and very important is go through examples and learn the way how to proceed to solve a numerical, how you can actually apply the concepts that you have learn in the chapter to solve the numerical on the question, after going through examples, solve unsolved questions on your own and go through previous year question chapterwise, NOTHING WILL CHANGE OVER NIGHT, but very soon you will be good at physics if you follow these :).
You can prepare well using our neet program for which link is provided below
after 2nd pu we will do MBBS first &then BDS
No, it's not like that.
This is because,
There is no need to do MBBS for doing BDS as you can directly do BDS after your 2nd PU or class 12th.
Admission in both BDS and MBBS is through the same entrance examination i.e neet, you can directly do BDS or MBBS after your 12th through Neet and to be eligible for appearing in NEET examination you need to fulfill its eligibility criteria provided below:-
*Neet 2021 eligibility criteria says that, to be eligible one must be either appearing for the class 12th board examination 2021 or one must have passed 12th board examination with physics, chemistry ,biology/biotechnology and English and must have got at least 50 % in aggregate of PCB i.e Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Biotechnology in 12th examination if belongs to general category , or at least 40% in aggregate of PCB if belongs to Obc/ Sc /st category , or at least 45 % in aggregate of PCB in case of general pwd candidates to be eligible.
* to be eligible for neet 2021 one has to be at least 17 years old or more by 31st December 2021
So, if you fulfill these criteria then you can appear in NEET examination and then can get admission in MBBS or BDS on the basis of rank / marks obtained by you in NEET examination.
For detailed information about neet examination eligibility go through our page for which link is provided below; -
what is the minimum cat score required for getting admission in panjab university?
The percentile is different for different category of students. If you have any quota then you required percentile will be much less than the others. Generally, You need to have around 85 to 90 percentile in CAT for admission in Punjab University.
The 2019 MBA cut off percentile was 87.99 for general category, 84.79 percentile for BC Category, 85.61 percentile for OGC Category, 40.75 for SC Category and 57.4 for ST category candidates. Also there are other reserved categories as well.
Hope it helps!