The exam conducting authority holds the primary responsibility of allocation of CUCET Exam centres.

These are decided by them based on the candidate’s preference entered during the application process.

We have gathered the list of centres along with their codes below. 

Your admit card shall have the name of the allocated centre and venue details. It is advised to select the test cities thoughtfully. Make sure you are able to travel conveniently to the selected location considering the present scenario. Certain highlights related to the CUCET exam centres 2021 are discussed below:

  • Exam Centres: CUCET 2021 exam will be held at more than 141 test centres across the country. 
  • Preferred Location: While filling up their admission forms for CUCET 2021, candidates will be asked to choose 2 cities where they would like to appear for the exam in order of preference. It will be a mandatory step. The candidates must choose their own cities, and if their city isn't a part of the list of options, they must pick the cities closest to their hometowns, where they can appear for the exam conveniently. 
  • Reporting Time: Candidates are advised to report to the CUCET 2021 exam centre at least 60 minutes before the exam timing.

Note:

If less than 100 candidates registered for a particular CUCET 2021 Exam Centre then in that case that particular CUCET 2021 exam centre will be cancelled and the applicant will be allocated with the new CUCET 2021 exam centre which is nearest to those cities.

List of all the test centres for CUCET 2021 

A list of all the prospective cities where the CUCET 2021 will most likely be held is given below for your reference. Any additions or deductions from this list will be made in accordance with the official list of CUCET exam centres 2021, once it has been released. 

S.No. Exam City State
1 Allahabad Uttar Pradesh
2 Ahmedabad Gujarat
3 Amritsar Punjab
4 Asansol West Bengal
5 Bandarsindari (CURAJ) Ajmer Rajasthan
6 Bangalore Karnataka
7 Bathinda Punjab 
8 Begusarai  Bihar 
9 Bhaderwah J&K
10 Bhagalpur Bihar
11 Bhopal Pradesh
12 Bhubaneshwar Orissa
13 Bidar Karnataka
14 Bikaner Rajasthan
15 Brahmapur Odisha
16 Calicut Kerala
17 Chandigarh Punjab
18 Chennai Tamil Nadu
19 Coimbatore Tamil Nadu
20 Davanagere Karnataka
21 Dehradun Uttarakhand
22 Dhanbad Jharkhand
23 Gaya Bihar 
24 Guwahati Assam
25 Hissar Haryana
26 Hubli Karnataka
27 Hyderabad Telangana
28 Jabalpur Madhya Pradesh
29 Jaipur Rajasthan
30 Jammu J&K
31 Jamshedpur Jharkhand
32 Jodhpur Rajasthan
33 Kalaburagi / Gulbarga Karnataka
34 Kalpetta (Wynad) Kerala
35 Kannur Kerala
36 Kargil J&K
37 Kasargod Kerala
38 Kathua J&K
39 Kochi Kerala
40 Kolkata West Bengal
41 Kota Rajasthan
42 Kottayam Kerala
43 Leh J&K
44 Lucknow Uttar Pradesh
45 Ludhiana Punjab
46 Madurai Tamil Nadu
47 Mahendergarh Haryana
48 Mangalore Karnataka
49 Mumbai Maharashtra
50 Muzaffarpur Bihar
51 Mysore  Karnataka
52 Nagercoil Tamil Nadu
53 Nagpur Maharashtra
54 New Delhi New Delhi
55 Palakkad Kerala
56 Patiala Punjab
57 Patna Bihar
58 Pune Maharashtra
59 Purnia Bihar
60 Raichur Karnataka
61 Raipur Chhattisgarh
62 Rajouri J&K
63 Ranchi Jharkhand
64 Sambalpur Orissa
65 Shimla Himachal Pradesh
66 Sikar Rajasthan
67 Silchar Assam
68 Siwan Bihar
69 Solapur Maharashtra
70 Srinagar J&K
71 Thiruvananthapuram Kerala
72 Thiruvarur Tamil Nadu
73 Thrissur Kerala
74 Tiruchirappalli (Trichy) Tamil Nadu
75 Udaipur Rajasthan
76 Udhampur J&K
77 Varanasi Uttar Pradesh
78 Vijaywada Andhra Pradesh
79 Vishakhapatnam Andhra Pradesh
80 Yadgir Karnataka

CUCET Exam Centre 2021 Selection Guidelines

Selection of CUCET 2021 has to be done while filling the application forms. Candidates must go through the information given below, and then choose their exam centres. 

  • Once the exam centres are submitted by candidates for CUCET 2021, the options cannot be changed. Therefore, the candidates should be careful and devote sufficient time while filling out preferred test centres in the application process. It is advisable to select centres that are closest to you.
  • If an exam centre has been selected by fewer people then exam authorities would feel that they should close the exam centres. They need huge turnout otherwise it is just wasting money on an exam centre. Candidates of the closed centre will be allotted their next nearest test centre.
  • CUCET 2021 rules state that the candidate should reach the exam centre on the scheduled time along with they should be carrying admit cards and valid id proofs. Failing to do so may bar candidates from appearing for the exam.