Candidates must check the subject-wise detailed CUET syllabus of the exam provided by the authorities. It is important information that is needed for the targeted study plan of the exam. According to the updated CUET Exam Pattern, four sections will be in the CUET exam.
➢ Section IA: 13 Languages.
➢ Section IB: 19 Languages.
➢ Section II: 27 Languages (Domain Specific Subject).
➢ Section III: General Test.
Candidates looking for the CUET Syllabus 2023 will find below the study material they require for the exam. The CUET UG Syllabus 2023 has a high number of topics from the bachelor's degree level, and the questions will be at that level. Below are the subject-wise CUET UG syllabus
CUET Syllabus 2023 for Section 1 (IA & IB)
There are 33 different languages on the CUET exam. Candidates can check Section I of the CUET Syllabus, which includes IA and IB subjects provided below. Aspirants can get the CUET Syllabus for Language in detail below.
|CUET Syllabus of Section I (IA & IB)|
CUET Syllabus 2023 for Section II (Domain Specific Subject)
Section 2 of the CUET Syllabus consist of Domain-specific subject. The subject is different for each domain. Candidates can check in detail below.
|CUET Syllabus of Section II (Domain Specific Subject)|
|Computer Science/Informatics Practices|
|Fine Arts/Visual Arts(Sculpture/Painting)/Commercial Art|
|Knowledge Tradition-Practices India|
|Mass Media/Mass Communication|
- Dance (Kathak/Bharatanatyam/Kathakali/Odissi/Kuchipudi/Manipuri).
- Drama -Theatre.
- Music General (Hindustani/Carnatic/Rabindra Sangeet/Percussion/Non-Percussion)
|Physical Education/National Cadet Corps(NCC)/Yoga|
CUET Syllabus 2023 for Section 3 (General Test)
The General Test section includes Static General Knowledge and current events questions to assess a candidate's knowledge of domestic and international news. Here are the subjects for the CUET exam's General Knowledge and Current Affairs sections.
- Current Affairs.
- General Knowledge.
- Numerical Ability.
- General Mental Ability.
- Logical and Analytical Reasoning.
- Quantitative Reasoning (simple applications of fundamental mathematical principles taught until grade eight, including arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and measurements).