Common Post Graduate Entrance Tests (CPGET) – 2021

The Common Post Graduate Entrance Tests (CPGET) – 2021are scheduled from 18-09-2021 to 27-09-2021 for admissions into P.G. (M.A., M.Sc., M.Com, M.Li.Sci. M.Ed etc;) courses, P.G. Diploma and 5 years integrated programmes of Campus, Constituent and affiliated colleges of Osmania, Kakatiya, Telangana, Palamuru, Mahatma Gandhi, Satavahana and Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad for the academic year 2021-2022.

The Entrance tests are conducted through online CBT (Computer Based Test) mode. The entrance tests shall be conducted in various faculties of Arts, Science, Social Science, Commerce, Education, etc., which include 42 different subjects, 4 P.G. Diploma courses and 4 five year integrated programme courses.  The entrances will be conducted for ten days, consisting of three sessions, a total 30 sessions for 50 subjects’ entrance tests would be conducted. A total of 78,252 (Seventy eight thousand two hundred and fifty two) candidates registered for the 50 tests. The tests would be conducted in three sessions i.e., 9:30 am to 11:00 am, I Session, 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm,         II session and 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm, III session. The candidates can download their Hall Tickets by login into the website

by entering the details of their Registration number, date of birth and name of the entrance test for which he/she is appearing. Further, the candidates are advised to check the CPGET website from time to time for detailed schedule of entrance tests and for any other matter related to entrance tests. The candidates are informed to locate and reach the test centre well in advance before the commencement of examination. The candidates those who reach the test centre after the scheduled time will not be allowed to enter the test centre.

The students are advised to follow the COVID19 protocol very strictly. Candidates must wear the mask and bring their personal hand sanitizers. The entrance tests are to be  conducted at all districts (old districts) of Telangana State in about 37 centres, utmost care has been taken for COVID-19 compliance and the authorities have  appointed Observers/Special Observers for smooth conduct of entrance tests.