OUCET Previous Papers were set into one frame here. Candidates who are searching for Osmania University CET exam papers can find here and also download easily. Osmania University Common Entrance Test is abbreviated as OUCET is a post graduate eligibility test which is conducted by Osmania University every year. All examinees who are going to take this examination should get OUCET Previous Papers for better preparation. We are here providing all previous exam papers for all courses. Hence applicants are advised to go through the following links and get the previous exam papers.
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Osmania University SET examination will be conducted to provide admissions in PG Courses such as M.A., M.Sc., M.Com., M.C.J., B.L.I.Sc., M.L.I.Sc., M.S.W., M.Ed., M.P.Ed., P.G. Diploma Courses and 5 yr. Integrated Programmes offered by Osmania, Telangana. All the examinees who are decided to take this test should know complete details of the exam. Previous papers will help the candidates for better understanding of exam pattern, syllabus and level of complexity of exam. Hence applicants who are struggling to prepare for this test are advised to download below OUCET Model Question Papers
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OUCET Model Question Papers
OUCET entrance test will be held for 100 marks, each paper will be having 100 multiple choice based questions. For M.P.Ed. Course, the question paper will be of 75 MCQs for 75 Marks. This examination will be conducted on different dates. Applicants are advised to visit the official notification to know more about the OUCET Exam pattern and syllabus. The test will be conducted on various dates for all courses. Every year many applicants will take this test and get the admissions in PG courses. Aspirants who strongly desiring to get admissions in PG Courses should required to get good marks in OUCET.
Below we are also providing OUCET Syllabus and Exam Pattern. Examinees are recommended to go through the following information and know the complete details of the test