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Humanities Exams after 12th

Author : Palak Khanna

April 19, 2022

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In today's world, students are exploring various career options before concluding their decision to stick to just medicine or engineering. 

Arts and humanities have a huge of lucrative employment prospects and job opportunities for students and are in high demand in the market.

One of the big advantages that humanities students have is that they are eligible for courses like law, design, and hotel management courses.

Students can pursue a wide range of careers in the arts and humanities, each has its own set of opportunities and challenges.

Studying arts and humanities courses will give you an advantage in any competitive examination because it strengthens and sharpens your basic understanding abilities. This stream offers a unique opportunity to acquire and develop social, political, and historical perspectives.

This post will give you a thorough understanding of humanities courses and their entrance exams to take after the 12th standard.

List of Humanities Courses after 12th

Some of the UnderGraduate (UG) Humanities Courses after 12th in India are as follows-

  • Bachelor of Arts in Political Science
  • Bachelor of Arts in Sociology
  • Bachelor of Arts in Geography 
  • Bachelor of Arts in History 
  • B.A. (Hons.) Journalism and Mass Communication
  • Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts
  • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
  • Bachelor of Arts in Social Work 
  • Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy
  • B.A.- Journalism and Mass Communication (BJMC) 
  • Bachelor of Fashion Design 
  • Bachelor of Design 
  • Bachelor of Travel and Tourism Management 
  • B.A. LLB
  • Bachelor of Hotel Management (B.H.M) 
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)

Admission to Humanities bachelor courses is often based on the candidates' merit.

Colleges and universities calculate merit based on the marks obtained by candidates in the entrance exam. 

List of Humanities Exams After 12th

The table below has a list of important Humanities Exams After 12th: 

S.No Exam Name  Course  Duration Exam Duration Total No. Questions Sections
1 HSEE Integrated M.A in Development and English 5 years 180 minutes 129-145 3 Sections English and Comprehension Skill(25%) Analytical & Quantitative Ability(25%) General Studies (50%)
2 TISS BAT B.A in Social Science 3 years 60 minutes 60 3 Sections Verbal Ability Mathematics and Logical Reasoning General Awareness(GA)
3 AAT B.A 3 years 120 minutes 41 3 Sections Problem Solving Critical Thinking Essay(30 minutes)
4 FEAT B.A 3 years 120 minutes 100 4 sections Analytical & Logical Reasoning General Knowledge Quantitative ability Verbal Ability
5 DUET B.A(H) Humanities and Social Science 3 years 120 minutes 100 4 sections Analytical & Logical Reasoning General Knowledge and CA General Awareness Communication skills
6 Azim Premji NET B.A 3 years 180 minutes 37 3 sections English Language Quantitative Reasoning Written Test(Essay/Data Analysis/Problem Solving)
7 SNUSAT B.A 3 years 120 minutes 100 4 sections Quantitative Ability Verbal Reasoning Abstract Reasoning Essay Writing

Humanities Exams after 12th

Take a look at the top Humanities entrance exams after 12th that are held for admission to Undergraduate Humanities programs at major renowned institutes in India.

HSEE

The Humanities and Social Sciences Entrance Examination, or HSEE Entrance Exam, is a national level entrance exam held annually by the Indian Institute of Technology Madras for admission to the Institute's Department of Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS). This is the one-of-a-kind examination that admits applicants to an IIT's five-year integrated master's program in Humanities and Social Sciences.

HSEE Courses Offered

The Institute aspires to produce well-rounded persons with excellent training in the humanities and social sciences to meet the demands of universities, research institutions, and commercial and public sector organizations by providing quality education through this curriculum.

The program's strength comes from two distinct courses.

  • Integrated M.A. in Development Studies
  • Integrated M.A. in English Studies
  • Integrated M.A. in Development Studies

Integrated M.A in development studies by IIT Madras focuses on "organization and development" and tries to look into different approaches to support development.

In this program, you will be taught about human relations with one another and the physical world, which may both restrain and inspire enormous creativity in the pursuit of continuous development.

  • It covers such topics as economic development, the role of the state and markets, globalization, inequality, poverty, gender relations, environment, conflict, new social movements, politics and institutions, urban studies, area studies, and international relations, to name a few. 
  • Students will also be taught quantitative skills in introductory calculus and statistics.
  • Graduates have career opportunities in government, academia, research organizations, and industry.
  • Integrated M.A. in English Studies

Integrated M.A in English Studies by IIT Madras is intended for students who are interested in literary and linguistic analysis.

It gives knowledge of English-language literature from throughout the world, with a focus on current debates in literary theory, lesser-known literature, and the necessity of an interdisciplinary approach.

  • In this course, students will be taught about literary and cultural studies, with an emphasis on critical reading skills.
  • The stream includes the masters of the English literary tradition, as well as notable writers from other traditions such as Asian, African, Latin American, and Continental.
  • A variety of genre-based, author-based, and period-based courses are available to help students appreciate diverse types of literature in English throughout its history.
  • Students are exposed to various fields such as Economics, Sociology, History, and Philosophy, allowing them to pursue a variety of careers ranging from academics and editing to journalism and teaching.

HSEE Exam Pattern

Go through the HSEE Exam pattern to understand the number of questions asked, marking scheme, exam duration, and type of questions asked. 

  • The total duration of the HSEE Exam is 3 hours i.e 180 minutes.
  • There are two parts to the HSEE exam; the first part contains objective questions and the second part contains descriptive questions.
  • Two hours and thirty minutes are allotted for Part I and 30 minutes for Part II.
  • Part I covers the following topics: (i) English and Comprehension Skill; (ii) Analytical and Quantitative Ability; (iii) General Studies covering the areas of Indian Economy, Indian Society and Culture, World Affairs; and (iv) Environment and Ecology. 
  • Part II requires the candidates to write an essay on a general topic involving description, reflection, and discussion.
  • The medium of question paper in English
  • One mark is awarded for every correct answer and a 0.25 mark is deducted for every incorrect answer.
Mode of Examination Part-I: CBT Part - II: Pen and paper-based 
Total Number of questions Part-I: 128 - 144 Part - II: 1
Total Duration Part-I: 150 minutes(2½ Hours) Part - II: 30 minutes
Sections Part-I : 3 Sections Part - II: -
Medium of Examination English 
Marking Scheme +1 for every correct answer and -.25 for every incorrect answer

Sectional Weightage of different sections is tabulated below:

Part Number of Sections Number of Questions Time Duration






Part -1 
Section 1: English and Comprehension Skill 32 - 36




150 minutes
Section 2: Analytical & Quantitative Ability  32- 36






Section 3
(a): General Studies-Indian Economy 16 - 18 
(b): General Studies-Indian Society and Culture 16 - 18 
(c): General Studies-World Affairs 16 - 18
(d): General Studies-Environmental and Ecology 16 - 18
Part -II Essay Writing 1 30 Minutes
Total 129 - 145 180 minutes

HSEE Selection Process

  • Admission is done only on the basis of the Humanities and Social Sciences Entrance Examination (HSEE) Score. 
  • Seats will be assigned to individuals depending on their academic performance (CGPA) throughout the first three semesters, students' preferences, and the availability of seats within each subject.

HSEE Eligibility Criterion

Before filling out the online form, interested candidates must first confirm their eligibility for the HSEE Exam.

The following are the eligibility requirements for the HSEE admission exam:

  • Candidates must have completed their higher secondary education (10+2) or equivalent exam or are appearing for the final exams from a board recognized by the Association of Indian universities.
  • Candidates who have completed Class XII (or equivalent) examination outside India or from a Board not specified above should produce a certificate from the Association of Indian Universities.
  • Candidates should be below 24 years of age while appearing for the examination, with a provision for age relaxation of up to 5 years for candidates from the SC, ST, and PwD categories.

HSEE Syllabus

Syllabus for Part I consists of English (25% marks of Part I), Analytical and Quantitative Ability (25% marks of Part I), and General Studies (in four sub-parts; 50% marks of Part I). Part II involves essay writing. 

Section  Syllabus
English and Comprehension skills Reading Comprehension, Grammar (sentence structure and usage, the use of tenses, verb patterns, articles, active and passive constructions etc ), Vocabulary(including Synonym and Antonyms)
Analytical and Quantitative Ability Numbers, Algebra, Highest Common Factor (HCF) and Lowest Common Multiple (LCM), Calendar, Averages, Ratio and Proportion, Profit and Loss, Percentages, Simple and Compound Interest, Work and time, Discount, Age sums, linear equations, elementary trigonometry. Data interpretation, Analytical reasoning, Logical reasoning, Brainteasers, and Patterns.
General Studies Indian Economy Understanding the Economy, Main Features of Indian Economy, Major Economic problems, Economic Growth and Development, Sectoral Development, Foreign Trade, and International Economy, Money, Banking, and Public Finance
Indian Society and Culture Structure of Indian Society, Social Change in India, Medieval and Modern Indian History, Indian Philosophy and Thinkers, Indian Traditions and Knowledge Systems.
World Affairs The emergence of the US and USSR, Democracy and Development, Hunger and Poverty.
Environment and Ecology Global Environmental Picture, Ecosystems, Pollution. Principles of Solar Energy, Hydropower, Wind Power, Biomass Energy, Ocean Thermal Energy, Geothermal Energy, and Tidal power.
Part - II Topics for the essay writing in Part II will be based on current affairs and general knowledge. The essay should build an argument, demonstrate a clear perspective, and be substantiated with examples, wherever possible.

HSEE Important Dates

Look at the table below to learn about HSEE crucial dates such as exam dates, result dates, and so on.

Event  Date
Notification Release  First Week of January
Application form registration  Second Week of February
Last date of Submitting Application Form  Third week of March
HSEE Exam Date The first week of June

2. TISS BAT

Tata Institute of Social Science conducts an annual Bachelors Admission Test (BAT) for admission of eligible candidates to the two undergraduate programs offered by the institute.

TISS-BAT is an online entrance examination conducted in remote proctoring assessment (RPA) mode. TISS Tuljapur, TISS Guwahati, and TISS Hyderabad are the three Tata Institute campuses that offer undergraduate programs.

Check: TISSNET Syllabus

TISS Courses Offered

Two undergraduate courses are offered by the Tata Institute of Social Science. TISS Tuljapur offers both undergraduate programs: a three-year B.A. program in Social Science and a B.A. (Hons.) in Social Work with a specialization in Rural Development.

TISS Guwahati and Hyderabad offer only the B.A. program in Social Science.

B.A. (Hons.) in Social Work with a specialization in Rural Development 

The B.A. (Hons.) in Social Work, with a Specialisation in Rural Development, Programme aims at creating committed and competent professionals to build skills in facilitating change and transformation in rural areas at the level of individuals, groups, and communities. 

  • It is a three-year undergraduate liberal arts program that is one of its kind, offered by TISS Tuljapur with a total intake of 30 students. 
  • The course is structured in a way to strengthen the capacities of the students to develop appropriate skills and talents to plan, implement, monitor, and evaluate rural development programs independently and in collaboration with relevant stakeholders.

B.A in Social Science 

It is a three-year undergraduate liberal arts program that is one of its kind in India with an all-around understanding of education, particularly in social sciences education.

The Guwahati Campus has a total intake of 60 students, whereas the Tuljapur Campus has a total intake of 30 students. 

  • The program provides foundational understanding in five key Social Sciences subjects during the first two years – Sociology, Economics, Political Science, History, and Psychology – and then introduces students to interdisciplinary subjects like Environment, Development, and Gender in the third year.
  • During the last semester of the three-year program, students are offered a choice of specializations to study and interact with through field-based research. 
  • The curricular framework emphasizes the humanistic components of the social sciences combined with science in order to foster imagination, creativity, and rigorous critical thinking. 
  • In addition to learning applied statistics and research methodology, students also take foundational courses in biological sciences, languages, and literature. 
  • Experiential Learning sessions are stretched out over three years, with each session progressing the student from exposure to engagement with supervised mentorship from professors and field-based organizations.

TISS Exam Pattern

Go through the TISS Exam pattern to understand the number of questions asked, marking scheme, exam duration, and type of questions asked. 

  • The TISS exam has 60 multiple-choice questions to be attempted in a duration of 60 minutes.
  • There are three sections in the examination namely Verbal Ability, Mathematics and Logical Reasoning, and General Awareness.
  • The medium of the question paper is English.
  • One mark is awarded for every correct answer and there is no negative marking for incorrect answers.

Check: TISSNET Question Papers

Mode of Examination Remote proctoring assessment (RPA) mode
Total Number of questions 60
Total Duration 60 minutes
Sections 3 Sections
Medium of Examination English 
Marking Scheme +1 for every correct answer and no negative marking

Sectional Weightage of different sections is tabulated below:

Components / Sections Verbal Ability Mathematics and Logical Reasoning General Awareness(GA)
Number of Questions 20 20 20
Sectional Cut-off (SCO)* NIL NIL ⇒ 35% (7 Marks) for Gen, EWS, KM, and AF ⇒ 30% (6 Marks) for OBC (NC) and PWD ⇒ No Sectional Cut off for SC/ST
Preparation Level Up to Class X Up to Class X

TISS Selection Process

Admissions to Bachelors Programmes at TISS will be done on the basis of the final score obtained by the candidate in the TISS BAT (Bachelor Admission Test).

  • Program wise Open Merit List (OML) will be prepared on the basis of the final score obtained in the TISS BAT. 
  • OML will be prepared without consideration of the category they have applied for, thus providing an opportunity for all candidates to get selected in the OML depending on their aggregate score.
  • After considering all the candidates in OML, a separate Category wise Merit List (CML) will be drawn for the number of seats reserved for each category as per the Government of India / University Grants Commission regulations on the matter.
  • In case of a tie between two candidates with their TISS BAT score for selection, the DOB of the candidates will be used and the candidate with higher age will be selected first.
  • Preparation of Wait List and categories will be also done in the same manner as above.
  • Each candidate will be able to view the scorecard in the admission portal only. 

TISS Eligibility

Before filling out the TISS BAT form, interested candidates must first confirm their eligibility for the TIIS BAT. The following are the eligibility requirements for the TIIS admission exam:

  • Students should have passed their 12th Class or Intermediate in any subject stream from a recognized board. 
  • Students who have studied for the International Baccalaureate Diploma and will be completing their 12th class with clear results declared by September are eligible to apply. 
  • Candidates who have appeared for their 12th class or Intermediate final exams and are awaiting results are also eligible to apply. 
  • A final pass result should be produced at the time of joining the program if selected. The upper age limit for general candidates is 20 years, for OBC it is 22 years, and for SC & ST candidates it is 24 years as of September 18, .
  • The upper age limit for physically challenged candidates shall be reckoned as per the category he/she belongs to since physically challenged candidates may belong to general, SC, ST, or OBC categories.
  • The date of birth as recorded by the Secondary Education Board is the only authentic proof that will be accepted.

Check: TISS BAT Entrance Exam

TISS Syllabus

Candidates interested in sitting for the TISS BAT exam and learning how to prepare for it should first review the TISS BAT 021 syllabus. The TISS BAT syllabus covers all potential topics and disciplines from which questions could be created. The TISS BAT syllabus also aids applicants in prioritizing and strategizing their preparation methods.

Sections Complete syllabus
General Awareness Current Affairs, Media and Advertisements, History, Geography, Politics and Indian Constitution, Economy, Awards, Health, Technology, Environment and Nature, and Arts, Music, and Films
English Proficiency (Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension) Usage of Idioms, Fill in the Blanks, Odd Word Out, Jumbled Sentences, Synonyms, Antonyms, Word Spellings, Sentence Correction, and Reading Comprehension
Mathematics/Numerical Ability Integers, Fractions, Data Interpretations with Bar Graphs and Pie Charts, Time, Distance and Work, Average, Simple Interest, Compound Interest, Geometry, Profit and Loss, and Ratio, Proportion, and Variation
Logical Reasoning Alphabet and Number Series, Family and Circular Arrangement, Logical Connectivity, Coding and Decoding, Directions, Puzzles, Clock and Calendar, Cubes and Statement Conclusions

TISS Placements

TISS has always maintained a firm commitment to excellence, specifically in terms of relevance to the wider external context, and the professional future of its students. All teaching programs conducted by TISS are socially relevant, contributing to building a just and equitable society. The TISS has a 100% placement record across all programs.

  • The highest package offered was 9 LPA and the batch's average CTC was 4.5 LPA.
  • There was an improvement in the total number of companies visiting from the performance of the previous year.
  • Major recruiters include the HCL technologies foundation, Reliance Foundation, Tata Trust, ONGC, GAIL, UNICEF, Farms and Farmers, Ujjivan, Yes Foundation, and OXFAM.
  • Major roles include project coordinator, program manager, etc.

Check: Best Books For TISS BAT 2022

TISS Important Dates

Look at the table below to learn about HSEE crucial dates such as exam dates, result dates, and so on.

Event  Date
Notification Release  First Week of January
Application form registration  Second Week of February
Last date of Submitting Application Form  Third week of March
HSEE Exam Date First week of June

Ashoka Aptitude Test (AAT)

Ashoka Aptitude Test is an annual examination held by Ashoka University for the admission of qualified applicants to its Liberal Arts programs. AAT is an online entrance exam that is administered in online CBT mode and consists of 40 multiple-choice questions to be completed in 90 minutes.

Ashoka University Selection Process

  • Admission to Ashoka University's liberal arts program is based on a candidate's composite score in extracurricular activities, AAT score, essay writing score, and interview.
  • Firstly candidates have to submit their academic scores for class 10th and 12th, test scores for SAT/ACT along with a personal essay, letter of recommendation, and record of other extracurricular activities.
  • The second phase of the admissions procedure consists of the Ashoka Aptitude Test, followed by an essay and, ultimately, a personal interview.

Check: How to Choose the Right Career After 12th?

AAT Exam Pattern

  • AAT consists of 40 multiple choice questions to be completed in 90 minutes duration. 
  • There are two sections in the examinations namely Problem Solving and Critical Thinking.
  • Out of 40 questions, 20 are problem-solving questions, and 20 are critical thinking questions. 
  • The on-the-spot-essay round is of 30 minutes duration.
  • The candidate will be given two topics to choose from at the time of writing the essay. 

Ashoka University Panel Interview

The purpose of the Interview is to get familiar with the candidate's behavior, past, and interests. It also assesses different factors of the candidate's application form in order to determine the candidate's fit for Ashoka University's academic and residential life programs. 

Ashoka University Course Structure

Students interested in pursuing a Bachelor's degree at Ashoka University must complete courses in three categories: Foundation Course, Major Course, and Co-Curricular Course.

  • Foundation course: Students must complete at least seven Foundation Courses. In the inter-disciplinary domains, there are many courses aimed to develop critical thinking.
  • Majors: Students will get a Bachelor's degree in their chosen field of study. To achieve a Major's degree in that topic, students must finish 12 courses of that topic.
  • Interdisciplinary Majors: This allows students to integrate and study various academic areas under one roof and achieve a single degree program, such as BA(H) in English & Creative Writing, Mathematics and Computer Science, and so on.

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4. Flame Entrance Aptitude Test (FEAT)

The Flame Entrance Aptitude Test (FEAT) is an annual exam held by Flame University to select qualified applicants for their liberal arts programs.

FLAME University focuses on providing education that empowers students in a variety of ways. Flame University's undergraduate program consists of two components: first, an interdisciplinary approach; and second, making students aware of their area of expertise.

Flame University Selection Process

  • Students who wish to enroll in FLAME University's undergraduate programs have to go through a meticulous selection process. 
  • The first step is the admission test (FEAT/SAT/ACT), followed by an essay and a personal interview phase. 
  • Students are also required to submit their previous academic records and extracurricular activities, as well as a statement of purpose. 
  • Those who perform well in the admission exam are also eligible for a scholarship. The goal of this university is to provide qualified individuals with a fair chance.

FEAT Exam Pattern

  • FEAT is a 120-minute online exam that is administered in a CBT manner.
  • The exam consists of four sections namely, Verbal Ability, Reasoning Ability, Quantitative Ability, and General Knowledge.
  • There will be 100 multiple choice questions with varied marking and weightage of questions of different sections with no negative marking.
  • In the verbal ability section, for each correct answer, 1.25 marks will be awarded. 
  • In the quantitative ability section, for each correct answer, 1.5 marks will be awarded. 
  • In the reasoning section, for each correct answer, two marks will be awarded. 
  • In the general knowledge section, 1 mark will be awarded for each correct answer.

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Mode of Examination Computer Based Test (CBT)
Total Number of questions 100
Total Duration 120 minutes
Sections 4 Sections
Medium of Examination English 
Marking Scheme Differential marking scheme with no negative marking

Sectional Weightage of different sections is tabulated below:

Section Total Number of Questions Marks Allotted Marks per question
Verbal Ability 40 50 1.25
Reasoning (Analytical and Logical) 20 40 2
Quantitative Ability 20 30 1.5
General Knowledge 20 20 1
Total 100 140

FEAT Eligibility Criteria

Before filling out the TISS BAT form, interested candidates must first confirm their eligibility for the TIIS BAT. The following are the eligibility requirements for the TIIS admission exam:

  • A student studying in state boards/CBSE/ICSE must have earned at least 40% in 12th standard with English as one of the subjects.
  • Students applying for the "Honours Degree Program in Economics" must have passing marks in Mathematics in class 12.

Flame University Course Structure

Students can enroll in any of the university's undergraduate programs, which include Foundation Courses, Specialization Courses, Experiential Learning Courses, and Open Elective Courses.

  • Foundation Courses: Humanities, Fine & Performing Arts, Social Sciences, Physical and Natural Sciences, and Global Studies are five academic disciplines in which students gain a grasp of various subjects and become familiar with theoretical concepts.
  • Students choose a major and a minor at the end of the third term of their first year. A student can combine disciplines that require more research and rigorous study with ones that require more practical-oriented instruction using the Major and Minor subject combination.
  • FLAME University permits students to pursue up to six electives in fields in addition to their specialization subjects. Students can broaden their thinking and develop a multi-dimensional approach by studying other courses.

Check: Career Options After PCM Apart from Engineering

Unique features of Flame University

  • FLAME University's Global Connect Program focuses on academic enrichment for students and teachers. This aids students in comprehending and assessing diverse worldwide happenings as they occur, as well as helping them develop a global perspective.
  • Through numerous programs such as Study Abroad, Summer Abroad, International Exchange, and Research Collaboration, FLAME University encourages students to extend their horizons.
  • The FLAME University placement process is a comprehensive one that involves student training for the actual interview process, industry outreach for final placement chances to deserving individuals, pre-placement discussions, and finally the company selection process.

5. Delhi University Entrance Test

The Delhi University Entrance Test is used to admit eligible students to the University of Delhi's B.A. (H) Humanities and Social Science Program. There are a total of 50 seats for B.A. (H) in Humanities and Social Sciences at Delhi University.

  • The BA (H) in Humanities and Social Sciences at Delhi University is one such degree that stands out among the university's other offerings. The Cluster Innovation Centre (CIC) offers a BA (Hons) Social Sciences and Humanities degree as an innovation degree to students.
  • Candidates who choose to pursue the Cluster Innovation Centre's curriculum will be able to build their own curriculum, meaning they will be able to choose their own subjects and courses to study under BA (Hons) Humanities and Social Science.
  • Students studying BA (Hons) in Social Sciences and Humanities would be able to continue their studies in any Delhi University affiliated college, which they refer to as the "meta-college" concept.

Delhi University Entrance Test Eligibility 

To pursue the interdisciplinary course from the premier university, you will first be required to meet the necessary DU BA(Hons) Humanities and Social Science entrance exam eligibility criteria as outlined below.

  • Students should have passed their 12th Class or Intermediate in any subject stream from a recognized board. 
  • In the 10+2 or equivalent exam, general applicants need to have a minimum percentage of 60%, while OBC candidates should have a minimum percentage of 54%, and CW(Child of Widow) and PWD candidates should have a minimum of 57%.
  • For the SC/ST category, there are no minimum percentage criteria in the qualifying examination.
  • Candidates who are currently awaiting their results for the respective class 12th board exams are also eligible to apply for the program.

Check: DU Admissions 2022

Delhi University Entrance Test Pattern

The candidates who are interested in pursuing the program at the University of Delhi will have to appear for the entrance examination in order to be able to take admission to the program. The Delhi University BA (Hons) Humanities and Social Sciences Exam Pattern is pretty simple. 

  • The candidates will have to sit for a 2-hour Pen and Paper Test. 
  • The questions will be Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) and applicants will have to answer a total of 100 questions within the stipulated time. 
  • There are four sections in the Delhi University entrance test for B.A(H) Humanities and Social Science namely Communication and Language skills, Logic Reasoning & Analytical Abilities, and General Awareness and Current Affairs. 
  • Four marks will be awarded for every correct answer and 1 mark will be deducted for every incorrect answer.
  • The question paper will be in Hindi and English language.

Check: DU JAT 2022 Exam Dates & Schedule

Exam Mode Pen & Paper mode
Duration of Exam 120 minutes
Question Type Multiple-choice questions
Number of Questions 100 questions
Marks Per Question 4
Negative Marking Yes, 1 Mark Per Wrong Question
Topics General Awareness, General Knowledge, Current Affairs, Logical Reasoning, Analytical Skills, English/Hindi Communication Skills

Sectional Weightage of different sections is tabulated below:

Sections Number of Questions Total Marks Time Duration
Logical Reasoning and Analytical Ability 25 100 2 Hours
General Awareness 25 100
Communication Skills in English/ Hindi 25 100
General Knowledge and Current Affairs 25 100
Total Questions 100 400

DUET Selection Process

A cumulative score based on an aptitude test, and the Interview phase will be used for the preparation of the merit list, and candidates will be granted admissions on the basis of merit in the list. Candidates will be required to take an Aptitude Test (DUET) administered by DU as a part of the selection process, which will assess the candidate's aptitude, logical reasoning skills, and English language proficiency.

The final Merit List will be generated based on the composite score as mentioned below:

Parameters Weightages
Delhi University Entrance Test 75 percent
Interview 25 percent

Check: DU LLB Exam Pattern 2022

DUET Syllabus 

Before you begin with preparation, it is important to go through the complete DUET Syllabus as tabulated below:

Section Important Topics
General Knowledge and Current Affairs Static Gk capsules and current affairs up to six months 
Reasoning & Analytical Ability Verbal analogy, Word sequence, Terms and prepositions, Time sequence, Number series, Direction and distance, Diagram, Verbal reasoning, Missing characters.
Communication Skills Grammar, Identification of common errors, Synonyms, and antonyms, vocabulary, word formation, Comprehension at sentence and paragraph level, fill in the blanks, One-word substitution, Pairing of words.
General Awareness Geography, Economics, General History, Politics, Science, and Computers.

DUET Exam Dates

The first thing you need to know about DUET is the exam dates so that you have a clear idea about what your plan is going forward. 

Events Dates
DUET registration starts First week of March 
Last date to apply for DUET First week of April 
DUET admit card First week of June
DUET exam Last week of June

Check: DU Eligibility Criteria 2022

6. Azim Premji University National Entrance Test

Azim Premji University National Entrance Test (NET) is conducted by the Azim Premji University for providing admission to the liberal arts programs of Azim Premji University. It is a non-profit UGC-recognized university in Karnataka. 

  •  At Azim Premji University, the interdisciplinary study is an integral part of the common curriculum which the undergraduates have to follow. 
  • These courses have been incorporated so that students develop skills, capabilities, and knowledge related to these subjects. 
  • The Azim Premji University offers undergraduate courses with majors in Humanities and Economics. 

Azim Premji University Selection Process

  • Students can either get admission on the basis of SAT scores or can appear for the National Entrance Test conducted by the University known as Azim Premji University National Entrance Test(NET).
  • Students who have valid SAT scores are required to appear for the second part of the entrance only and this test is for one hour
  • Admission to Azim Premji University's liberal arts program is based on a candidate's composite score in the Entrance Test and Personal Interview.
  • Firstly candidates have to register on the official website www.azimpremjiuniversity.edu.in.
  • The second phase of the admissions procedure consists of the Aptitude Test, followed by an essay and, ultimately, a personal interview.

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Azim Premji University NET Exam Pattern

  • Azim Premji NET aptitude test consists of 36 multiple choice questions to be completed in 120 minutes duration. 
  • There are two papers in the Azim Premji NET exam; the first paper contains objective questions and the second paper contains descriptive questions.
  • 120 minutes are allotted for Paper-I and 60 minutes for Paper-II.
  • Paper I consists of two sections namely English Language and Quantitative Reasoning.
  • Paper-II consists of a written test with one question on Essay/ Data Analysis/Problem Solving.
  • The medium of question paper in English
  • For each correct answer, 2 marks will be given, 1 mark will be deducted for each wrong answer, and zero marks for not attempting.
Mode of Examination Part-I: CBT Part - II: Pen and paper-based 
Total Number of questions Part-I: 36 Part - II: 1
Total Duration Part-I: 120 minutes(2 Hours) Part - II: 60 minutes(1 Hour) 
Sections Part-I: 2 Sections Part - II: 
Medium of Examination English 
Marking Scheme +2 for every correct answer and -.1 for every incorrect answer

Sectional Weightage of different sections is tabulated below:

Section Total Number of Questions Maximum Marks
Paper-I
English Language 18 36
Quantitative Reasoning 18 36
Paper-II
Written Test(Essay/Data Analysis/Problem Solving) 1 Not Specified
Total 37 72

Azim Premji University NET Eligibility Criteria

 To qualify for the admission process Azim Premji University candidates need to fulfill the following criteria:

  • Candidates should have passed Class 12 or equivalent examination from any national board or state education board of India.
  • They should have scored at least 50% marks in the qualifying examination.
  • Candidates appearing in the Class 12th examination are also eligible however, they should submit proof of qualifying for the examination at the time of admission.
  • The students should not be more than 19 years of age.

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Azim Premji University NET Syllabus

Syllabus for Paper-I consists of English (50% marks of Paper I), and Quantitative Reasoning (50% marks of Paper I), . Part II involves essay writing. 

Section  Syllabus
English Language Antonyms, Active and Passive Voice, Substitution, Sentence Improvement, Synonyms, Spelling Test, Substitution, Passage Completion, Idioms and, Phrases, Sentence, Completion, Error Correction, Transformation, Prepositions, Sentence Arrangement, Fill in the blanks, Spotting Errors, Para Completion, Joining Sentences, Error Correction
Quantitative Reasoning Time and Work Partnership, Ratio and Proportion, Boats and Streams, Simple Equations, Problems on Numbers, Averages, Indices, and Surds, Compound, Interest, Volumes, Odd Man Out, Quadratic Equations, Probability, Profit and, Loss, Simplification and Approximation, Simple Interest, Time and Distance, Figure Matrix Questions, Problem on Age Calculation, Decision Making, Inference, Analogy, NonVerbal Series, Test of Direction Sense, Number Series Alphabet Series, Arguments, Venn Diagram, Blood Relations, Coding and Decoding and Number Ranking

7. SNUSAT

Shiv Nadar University Scholastic Aptitude Test is an annual examination held by Shiv Nadar University for the admission of qualified applicants to its Liberal Arts programs. SNUSAT is an online entrance exam that is administered in online mode and consists of 100 multiple-choice questions to be completed in 120 minutes.

Shiv Nadar University Selection Process

  • Admission to Ashoka University's liberal arts program is based on a candidate's composite score in SNUSAT, Academic Proficiency Test(APT), and interview.
  • Firstly candidates have to submit their academic scores for class 10th and 12th, test scores of SAT/ACT along with a statement of purpose and letter of recommendations.
  • The second phase of the admissions procedure consists of the SNUS Aptitude Test, followed by an Academic Proficiency test, and ultimately, a personal interview.

SNUSAT Exam Pattern

  • AAT consists of 100 multiple choice questions to be completed in 120 minutes duration. 
  • There are four sections in the examinations namely Verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Ability, Abstract Reasoning, and Essay Writing
  • There is a sectional weightage for every section, candidates need to attempt all questions of a section together. 
  • All the questions will be Multiple choice, except the Essay writing of SNUSAT and Critical Writing of PT.
  • There will be no negative marking for wrong answers
  • IT will be a remotely proctored test, candidates can take this exam from their homes
  • Candidates can choose the order of section while taking the exam
Test Duration 2 hours
Exam Mode Online
Medium English
Question Type MCQs & Subjective
Number of Section Sections(4) Sectional Timing
Verbal Reasoning 30 minutes
Quantitative Ability 36 minutes
Abstract Reasoning 40 minutes
Essay Writing 15 minutes 
Total No. of Questions 100
Medium English

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Shiv Nadar University Panel Interview

The purpose of the Interview is to get familiar with the candidate's behavior, past, and interests. It also assesses different factors of the candidate's application form in order to determine the candidate's fit for the University's academic and residential life programs. 

8. NCHMCT JEE

One of the big advantages that humanities students have is that they are eligible for courses in liberal arts as well as for law, design, and hotel management courses. National Council for Hotel Management & Catering Technology Joint Entrance Exam (NCHMCT JEE) is an annual entrance exam conducted by NTA(National Testing Agency) for admission of 10+2 eligible candidates to B.Sc Hospitality and Hotel Management Programs. 

NCHMCT JEE Selection Process

The NCHMCT JEE selection will be based solely on the candidate's performance in the All India (Written Test) JEE. An All India Rank will be assigned to a candidate based on his or her performance in the NCHMCT JEE (AIR). There is no group discussion or personal interview and admission are exclusively granted based on NCHMCT JEE merit and rank.

NCHMCT JEE Exam Pattern

Applicants must be aware of the syllabus, exam pattern, and the expert suggested tips before beginning their preparation for the NCHMCT JEE examination, as they can help improve their preparation.

  • NCHMCT JEE will be conducted in offline mode and the Medium of examination will be English and Hindi.
  • The exam pattern will consist of five sections, Numerical Ability and Analytical Aptitude, Reasoning and Logical Deduction, General Knowledge & Current Affairs, English Language, and Aptitude for Service Sector.
  • It is an objective-type exam and will have ONE question paper consisting of 200 questions for a total of 3 hours duration. and only the candidates who have been declared successful in this test will be eligible for further rounds of the admission process
  • For each correct response, the candidate will be rewarded 04 (four) marks and for each incorrect response, 01 (one) mark will be deducted from the total marks. 

Check: NCHMCT JEE Exam Pattern 2022

Exam Name  NCHMCT JEE
Conducting Body National Testing Agency (NTA)
Exam Level National level
Exam Date first week of July 
Sections five sections (Numerical Ability and Analytical Aptitude, Reasoning and Logical Deduction, General Knowledge & Current Affairs, English Language, and Aptitude for Service Sector)
Exam Mode Computer-based test (Online)
Question Type Multiple Choice Questions
Total marks 800 Marks
Exam duration 180 Minutes (3 hours)
Negative Marking Yes

Aspirants can go through the NCHMCT JEE sectional weightage to understand the importance of different sections.

NCHMCT JEE Sections Number of Questions Maximum Marks Percentage Weightage Time Duration
Numerical Ability and Analytical Aptitude 30 120 15 percent
Reasoning and Logical Deduction 30 120 15 percent
General Knowledge & Current Affairs  30 120 15 percent
English Language 60 240 30 percent
Aptitude for Service Sector 50 200 25 percent
Total 200 800 100 percent 180 minutes

NCHMCT JEE 2022: Syllabus

Applicants eager to enter the hospitality programs are advised to understand the NCHMCT JEE syllabus before starting their preparation.

Section  Syllabus
English ⇒ Fill in the blanks ⇒ Spotting errors ⇒ Spelling mistakes ⇒ Cloze Test ⇒ Synonyms ⇒ Vocabulary ⇒ Grammar ⇒ Analogies ⇒ Idioms and Phrases ⇒ Antonyms

⇒ One-word substitution ⇒ Syllogism ⇒ Para Jumbles ⇒ Parallelism ⇒ Theme Detection ⇒ Fill in the Blanks ⇒ Idioms ⇒ Word Building ⇒ Phrases ⇒ Active/passive voice

⇒ English comprehension ⇒ Inappropriate usage of words ⇒ Spotting errors ⇒ Critical Thinking ⇒ Assertion Reasoning ⇒ Statement – Arguments and ⇒ Assumptions ⇒ Synonyms ⇒ Antonyms
Gk and Current Affairs ⇒ Physical, Social, and Economic Geography of India and World ⇒ Environmental Issues Concerning India and World at Large ⇒ United Nations and other important World Organisations ⇒ General Scientific and Technological Developments ⇒ Flagship Government Programs ⇒ Business and Trade Awareness ⇒ Common Abbreviations ⇒ Monuments and Places of India ⇒ Indian and World History ⇒ Indian Polity and Governance
Numerical Ability and Analytical Aptitude ⇒ Boats and Streams ⇒ Statements ⇒ Assumptions ⇒ Profit and Loss ⇒ Pipes and Cisterns ⇒ Time and Distance ⇒ Time and Work ⇒ Ratio and Time ⇒ Combinations ⇒ Venn Diagram ⇒Simple Interest ⇒Compound Interest ⇒Fractions ⇒Averages ⇒Elementary Statistics ⇒Direction ⇒LCM, HCF ⇒Square roots ⇒Data Sufficiency ⇒Relationship between Numbers ⇒Permutations and ⇒Geometry and Trigonometry ⇒Volume and Surface area of solid ⇒Ratio and Proportion
Reasoning and Logical Deduction ⇒ Discounts ⇒ Symbols ⇒ Notations ⇒ Cloze Test ⇒ Verbal Series ⇒ Nonverbal series ⇒Analogies ⇒ Classification ⇒ Blood Relations ⇒ Routes and Networks ⇒ Analytical Reasoning ⇒ Linear Arrangements ⇒ Data Comparison ⇒ Percentage ⇒ Para Jumbles ⇒ Code and Decoding ⇒ Direction and Distances ⇒ Quantitative Comparison ⇒ Problems based on Symmetry ⇒ Problem based on Visual-Ability ⇒ Ordering and Sequencing ⇒ Complex Arrangements
Aptitude for Service Sector It checks your holistic development and moral attitudes on the subject of hospitality. It also tests the candidate’s interpersonal skills.

Check: NCHMCT JEE Syllabus 2022

Frequently Asked Questions

Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Tuljapur Campus offers B.A. programme in Social Sciences and BA (Hons.) in Social Work in Rural Development, whereas TISS Guwahati Campus provides a three-year B.A. programme in Social Sciences.


Admission is done only on the basis of Humanities and Social Sciences Entrance Examination (HSEE) Score. The programme includes 58 seats in total. Courses will be assigned to individuals depending on their academic performance (CGPA) throughout the first three semesters, students' preferences, and the availability of seats within each subject.


Students should have passed their 12th Class or Intermediate in any subject stream from a recognized board. In the 10+2 or equivalent exam, general applicants need to have a minimum percentage of 60%.


Some of the job opportunities after obtaining a B.A in Social Science are for economists, content editors, community and social service managers, advertising sales agents, social workers, instructional designers, etc. 


Admission to Ashoka University's liberal arts program is based on a candidate's composite score in extracurricular activities, AAT score, essay writing score, and interview. Firstly candidates have to submit their academic scores of class 10th and 12th, test scores of SAT/ACT along with a personal essay, letter of recommendation and record of other extra- curricular activities. The second phase of the admissions procedure consists of the Ashoka Aptitude Test, followed by an essay and, ultimately, a personal interview.


Three campuses offer undergraduate programmes: Tuljapur, Guwahati, and Hyderabad. There are two undergraduate programmes: a three-year B.A. programme in Social Science and a B.A. (Hons.) in Social Work with a specialisation in Rural Development. 


The TISS has always maintained a firm commitment to excellence, specifically in terms of relevance to the wider external context, and the professional future of its students. All teaching programmes conducted by TISS are socially relevant, contributing to building a just and equitable society. The TISS has a 100% placement record across all programmes.


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Humanities Exams after 12th

Author : Palak Khanna

Updated On : April 19, 2022

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In today's world, students are exploring various career options before concluding their decision to stick to just medicine or engineering. 

Arts and humanities have a huge of lucrative employment prospects and job opportunities for students and are in high demand in the market.

One of the big advantages that humanities students have is that they are eligible for courses like law, design, and hotel management courses.

Students can pursue a wide range of careers in the arts and humanities, each has its own set of opportunities and challenges.

Studying arts and humanities courses will give you an advantage in any competitive examination because it strengthens and sharpens your basic understanding abilities. This stream offers a unique opportunity to acquire and develop social, political, and historical perspectives.

This post will give you a thorough understanding of humanities courses and their entrance exams to take after the 12th standard.

List of Humanities Courses after 12th

Some of the UnderGraduate (UG) Humanities Courses after 12th in India are as follows-

  • Bachelor of Arts in Political Science
  • Bachelor of Arts in Sociology
  • Bachelor of Arts in Geography 
  • Bachelor of Arts in History 
  • B.A. (Hons.) Journalism and Mass Communication
  • Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts
  • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
  • Bachelor of Arts in Social Work 
  • Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy
  • B.A.- Journalism and Mass Communication (BJMC) 
  • Bachelor of Fashion Design 
  • Bachelor of Design 
  • Bachelor of Travel and Tourism Management 
  • B.A. LLB
  • Bachelor of Hotel Management (B.H.M) 
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)

Admission to Humanities bachelor courses is often based on the candidates' merit.

Colleges and universities calculate merit based on the marks obtained by candidates in the entrance exam. 

List of Humanities Exams After 12th

The table below has a list of important Humanities Exams After 12th: 

S.No Exam Name  Course  Duration Exam Duration Total No. Questions Sections
1 HSEE Integrated M.A in Development and English 5 years 180 minutes 129-145 3 Sections English and Comprehension Skill(25%) Analytical & Quantitative Ability(25%) General Studies (50%)
2 TISS BAT B.A in Social Science 3 years 60 minutes 60 3 Sections Verbal Ability Mathematics and Logical Reasoning General Awareness(GA)
3 AAT B.A 3 years 120 minutes 41 3 Sections Problem Solving Critical Thinking Essay(30 minutes)
4 FEAT B.A 3 years 120 minutes 100 4 sections Analytical & Logical Reasoning General Knowledge Quantitative ability Verbal Ability
5 DUET B.A(H) Humanities and Social Science 3 years 120 minutes 100 4 sections Analytical & Logical Reasoning General Knowledge and CA General Awareness Communication skills
6 Azim Premji NET B.A 3 years 180 minutes 37 3 sections English Language Quantitative Reasoning Written Test(Essay/Data Analysis/Problem Solving)
7 SNUSAT B.A 3 years 120 minutes 100 4 sections Quantitative Ability Verbal Reasoning Abstract Reasoning Essay Writing

Humanities Exams after 12th

Take a look at the top Humanities entrance exams after 12th that are held for admission to Undergraduate Humanities programs at major renowned institutes in India.

HSEE

The Humanities and Social Sciences Entrance Examination, or HSEE Entrance Exam, is a national level entrance exam held annually by the Indian Institute of Technology Madras for admission to the Institute's Department of Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS). This is the one-of-a-kind examination that admits applicants to an IIT's five-year integrated master's program in Humanities and Social Sciences.

HSEE Courses Offered

The Institute aspires to produce well-rounded persons with excellent training in the humanities and social sciences to meet the demands of universities, research institutions, and commercial and public sector organizations by providing quality education through this curriculum.

The program's strength comes from two distinct courses.

  • Integrated M.A. in Development Studies
  • Integrated M.A. in English Studies
  • Integrated M.A. in Development Studies

Integrated M.A in development studies by IIT Madras focuses on "organization and development" and tries to look into different approaches to support development.

In this program, you will be taught about human relations with one another and the physical world, which may both restrain and inspire enormous creativity in the pursuit of continuous development.

  • It covers such topics as economic development, the role of the state and markets, globalization, inequality, poverty, gender relations, environment, conflict, new social movements, politics and institutions, urban studies, area studies, and international relations, to name a few. 
  • Students will also be taught quantitative skills in introductory calculus and statistics.
  • Graduates have career opportunities in government, academia, research organizations, and industry.
  • Integrated M.A. in English Studies

Integrated M.A in English Studies by IIT Madras is intended for students who are interested in literary and linguistic analysis.

It gives knowledge of English-language literature from throughout the world, with a focus on current debates in literary theory, lesser-known literature, and the necessity of an interdisciplinary approach.

  • In this course, students will be taught about literary and cultural studies, with an emphasis on critical reading skills.
  • The stream includes the masters of the English literary tradition, as well as notable writers from other traditions such as Asian, African, Latin American, and Continental.
  • A variety of genre-based, author-based, and period-based courses are available to help students appreciate diverse types of literature in English throughout its history.
  • Students are exposed to various fields such as Economics, Sociology, History, and Philosophy, allowing them to pursue a variety of careers ranging from academics and editing to journalism and teaching.

HSEE Exam Pattern

Go through the HSEE Exam pattern to understand the number of questions asked, marking scheme, exam duration, and type of questions asked. 

  • The total duration of the HSEE Exam is 3 hours i.e 180 minutes.
  • There are two parts to the HSEE exam; the first part contains objective questions and the second part contains descriptive questions.
  • Two hours and thirty minutes are allotted for Part I and 30 minutes for Part II.
  • Part I covers the following topics: (i) English and Comprehension Skill; (ii) Analytical and Quantitative Ability; (iii) General Studies covering the areas of Indian Economy, Indian Society and Culture, World Affairs; and (iv) Environment and Ecology. 
  • Part II requires the candidates to write an essay on a general topic involving description, reflection, and discussion.
  • The medium of question paper in English
  • One mark is awarded for every correct answer and a 0.25 mark is deducted for every incorrect answer.
Mode of Examination Part-I: CBT Part - II: Pen and paper-based 
Total Number of questions Part-I: 128 - 144 Part - II: 1
Total Duration Part-I: 150 minutes(2½ Hours) Part - II: 30 minutes
Sections Part-I : 3 Sections Part - II: -
Medium of Examination English 
Marking Scheme +1 for every correct answer and -.25 for every incorrect answer

Sectional Weightage of different sections is tabulated below:

Part Number of Sections Number of Questions Time Duration






Part -1 
Section 1: English and Comprehension Skill 32 - 36




150 minutes
Section 2: Analytical & Quantitative Ability  32- 36






Section 3
(a): General Studies-Indian Economy 16 - 18 
(b): General Studies-Indian Society and Culture 16 - 18 
(c): General Studies-World Affairs 16 - 18
(d): General Studies-Environmental and Ecology 16 - 18
Part -II Essay Writing 1 30 Minutes
Total 129 - 145 180 minutes

HSEE Selection Process

  • Admission is done only on the basis of the Humanities and Social Sciences Entrance Examination (HSEE) Score. 
  • Seats will be assigned to individuals depending on their academic performance (CGPA) throughout the first three semesters, students' preferences, and the availability of seats within each subject.

HSEE Eligibility Criterion

Before filling out the online form, interested candidates must first confirm their eligibility for the HSEE Exam.

The following are the eligibility requirements for the HSEE admission exam:

  • Candidates must have completed their higher secondary education (10+2) or equivalent exam or are appearing for the final exams from a board recognized by the Association of Indian universities.
  • Candidates who have completed Class XII (or equivalent) examination outside India or from a Board not specified above should produce a certificate from the Association of Indian Universities.
  • Candidates should be below 24 years of age while appearing for the examination, with a provision for age relaxation of up to 5 years for candidates from the SC, ST, and PwD categories.

HSEE Syllabus

Syllabus for Part I consists of English (25% marks of Part I), Analytical and Quantitative Ability (25% marks of Part I), and General Studies (in four sub-parts; 50% marks of Part I). Part II involves essay writing. 

Section  Syllabus
English and Comprehension skills Reading Comprehension, Grammar (sentence structure and usage, the use of tenses, verb patterns, articles, active and passive constructions etc ), Vocabulary(including Synonym and Antonyms)
Analytical and Quantitative Ability Numbers, Algebra, Highest Common Factor (HCF) and Lowest Common Multiple (LCM), Calendar, Averages, Ratio and Proportion, Profit and Loss, Percentages, Simple and Compound Interest, Work and time, Discount, Age sums, linear equations, elementary trigonometry. Data interpretation, Analytical reasoning, Logical reasoning, Brainteasers, and Patterns.
General Studies Indian Economy Understanding the Economy, Main Features of Indian Economy, Major Economic problems, Economic Growth and Development, Sectoral Development, Foreign Trade, and International Economy, Money, Banking, and Public Finance
Indian Society and Culture Structure of Indian Society, Social Change in India, Medieval and Modern Indian History, Indian Philosophy and Thinkers, Indian Traditions and Knowledge Systems.
World Affairs The emergence of the US and USSR, Democracy and Development, Hunger and Poverty.
Environment and Ecology Global Environmental Picture, Ecosystems, Pollution. Principles of Solar Energy, Hydropower, Wind Power, Biomass Energy, Ocean Thermal Energy, Geothermal Energy, and Tidal power.
Part - II Topics for the essay writing in Part II will be based on current affairs and general knowledge. The essay should build an argument, demonstrate a clear perspective, and be substantiated with examples, wherever possible.

HSEE Important Dates

Look at the table below to learn about HSEE crucial dates such as exam dates, result dates, and so on.

Event  Date
Notification Release  First Week of January
Application form registration  Second Week of February
Last date of Submitting Application Form  Third week of March
HSEE Exam Date The first week of June

2. TISS BAT

Tata Institute of Social Science conducts an annual Bachelors Admission Test (BAT) for admission of eligible candidates to the two undergraduate programs offered by the institute.

TISS-BAT is an online entrance examination conducted in remote proctoring assessment (RPA) mode. TISS Tuljapur, TISS Guwahati, and TISS Hyderabad are the three Tata Institute campuses that offer undergraduate programs.

Check: TISSNET Syllabus

TISS Courses Offered

Two undergraduate courses are offered by the Tata Institute of Social Science. TISS Tuljapur offers both undergraduate programs: a three-year B.A. program in Social Science and a B.A. (Hons.) in Social Work with a specialization in Rural Development.

TISS Guwahati and Hyderabad offer only the B.A. program in Social Science.

B.A. (Hons.) in Social Work with a specialization in Rural Development 

The B.A. (Hons.) in Social Work, with a Specialisation in Rural Development, Programme aims at creating committed and competent professionals to build skills in facilitating change and transformation in rural areas at the level of individuals, groups, and communities. 

  • It is a three-year undergraduate liberal arts program that is one of its kind, offered by TISS Tuljapur with a total intake of 30 students. 
  • The course is structured in a way to strengthen the capacities of the students to develop appropriate skills and talents to plan, implement, monitor, and evaluate rural development programs independently and in collaboration with relevant stakeholders.

B.A in Social Science 

It is a three-year undergraduate liberal arts program that is one of its kind in India with an all-around understanding of education, particularly in social sciences education.

The Guwahati Campus has a total intake of 60 students, whereas the Tuljapur Campus has a total intake of 30 students. 

  • The program provides foundational understanding in five key Social Sciences subjects during the first two years – Sociology, Economics, Political Science, History, and Psychology – and then introduces students to interdisciplinary subjects like Environment, Development, and Gender in the third year.
  • During the last semester of the three-year program, students are offered a choice of specializations to study and interact with through field-based research. 
  • The curricular framework emphasizes the humanistic components of the social sciences combined with science in order to foster imagination, creativity, and rigorous critical thinking. 
  • In addition to learning applied statistics and research methodology, students also take foundational courses in biological sciences, languages, and literature. 
  • Experiential Learning sessions are stretched out over three years, with each session progressing the student from exposure to engagement with supervised mentorship from professors and field-based organizations.

TISS Exam Pattern

Go through the TISS Exam pattern to understand the number of questions asked, marking scheme, exam duration, and type of questions asked. 

  • The TISS exam has 60 multiple-choice questions to be attempted in a duration of 60 minutes.
  • There are three sections in the examination namely Verbal Ability, Mathematics and Logical Reasoning, and General Awareness.
  • The medium of the question paper is English.
  • One mark is awarded for every correct answer and there is no negative marking for incorrect answers.

Check: TISSNET Question Papers

Mode of Examination Remote proctoring assessment (RPA) mode
Total Number of questions 60
Total Duration 60 minutes
Sections 3 Sections
Medium of Examination English 
Marking Scheme +1 for every correct answer and no negative marking

Sectional Weightage of different sections is tabulated below:

Components / Sections Verbal Ability Mathematics and Logical Reasoning General Awareness(GA)
Number of Questions 20 20 20
Sectional Cut-off (SCO)* NIL NIL ⇒ 35% (7 Marks) for Gen, EWS, KM, and AF ⇒ 30% (6 Marks) for OBC (NC) and PWD ⇒ No Sectional Cut off for SC/ST
Preparation Level Up to Class X Up to Class X

TISS Selection Process

Admissions to Bachelors Programmes at TISS will be done on the basis of the final score obtained by the candidate in the TISS BAT (Bachelor Admission Test).

  • Program wise Open Merit List (OML) will be prepared on the basis of the final score obtained in the TISS BAT. 
  • OML will be prepared without consideration of the category they have applied for, thus providing an opportunity for all candidates to get selected in the OML depending on their aggregate score.
  • After considering all the candidates in OML, a separate Category wise Merit List (CML) will be drawn for the number of seats reserved for each category as per the Government of India / University Grants Commission regulations on the matter.
  • In case of a tie between two candidates with their TISS BAT score for selection, the DOB of the candidates will be used and the candidate with higher age will be selected first.
  • Preparation of Wait List and categories will be also done in the same manner as above.
  • Each candidate will be able to view the scorecard in the admission portal only. 

TISS Eligibility

Before filling out the TISS BAT form, interested candidates must first confirm their eligibility for the TIIS BAT. The following are the eligibility requirements for the TIIS admission exam:

  • Students should have passed their 12th Class or Intermediate in any subject stream from a recognized board. 
  • Students who have studied for the International Baccalaureate Diploma and will be completing their 12th class with clear results declared by September are eligible to apply. 
  • Candidates who have appeared for their 12th class or Intermediate final exams and are awaiting results are also eligible to apply. 
  • A final pass result should be produced at the time of joining the program if selected. The upper age limit for general candidates is 20 years, for OBC it is 22 years, and for SC & ST candidates it is 24 years as of September 18, .
  • The upper age limit for physically challenged candidates shall be reckoned as per the category he/she belongs to since physically challenged candidates may belong to general, SC, ST, or OBC categories.
  • The date of birth as recorded by the Secondary Education Board is the only authentic proof that will be accepted.

Check: TISS BAT Entrance Exam

TISS Syllabus

Candidates interested in sitting for the TISS BAT exam and learning how to prepare for it should first review the TISS BAT 021 syllabus. The TISS BAT syllabus covers all potential topics and disciplines from which questions could be created. The TISS BAT syllabus also aids applicants in prioritizing and strategizing their preparation methods.

Sections Complete syllabus
General Awareness Current Affairs, Media and Advertisements, History, Geography, Politics and Indian Constitution, Economy, Awards, Health, Technology, Environment and Nature, and Arts, Music, and Films
English Proficiency (Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension) Usage of Idioms, Fill in the Blanks, Odd Word Out, Jumbled Sentences, Synonyms, Antonyms, Word Spellings, Sentence Correction, and Reading Comprehension
Mathematics/Numerical Ability Integers, Fractions, Data Interpretations with Bar Graphs and Pie Charts, Time, Distance and Work, Average, Simple Interest, Compound Interest, Geometry, Profit and Loss, and Ratio, Proportion, and Variation
Logical Reasoning Alphabet and Number Series, Family and Circular Arrangement, Logical Connectivity, Coding and Decoding, Directions, Puzzles, Clock and Calendar, Cubes and Statement Conclusions

TISS Placements

TISS has always maintained a firm commitment to excellence, specifically in terms of relevance to the wider external context, and the professional future of its students. All teaching programs conducted by TISS are socially relevant, contributing to building a just and equitable society. The TISS has a 100% placement record across all programs.

  • The highest package offered was 9 LPA and the batch's average CTC was 4.5 LPA.
  • There was an improvement in the total number of companies visiting from the performance of the previous year.
  • Major recruiters include the HCL technologies foundation, Reliance Foundation, Tata Trust, ONGC, GAIL, UNICEF, Farms and Farmers, Ujjivan, Yes Foundation, and OXFAM.
  • Major roles include project coordinator, program manager, etc.

Check: Best Books For TISS BAT 2022

TISS Important Dates

Look at the table below to learn about HSEE crucial dates such as exam dates, result dates, and so on.

Event  Date
Notification Release  First Week of January
Application form registration  Second Week of February
Last date of Submitting Application Form  Third week of March
HSEE Exam Date First week of June

Ashoka Aptitude Test (AAT)

Ashoka Aptitude Test is an annual examination held by Ashoka University for the admission of qualified applicants to its Liberal Arts programs. AAT is an online entrance exam that is administered in online CBT mode and consists of 40 multiple-choice questions to be completed in 90 minutes.

Ashoka University Selection Process

  • Admission to Ashoka University's liberal arts program is based on a candidate's composite score in extracurricular activities, AAT score, essay writing score, and interview.
  • Firstly candidates have to submit their academic scores for class 10th and 12th, test scores for SAT/ACT along with a personal essay, letter of recommendation, and record of other extracurricular activities.
  • The second phase of the admissions procedure consists of the Ashoka Aptitude Test, followed by an essay and, ultimately, a personal interview.

Check: How to Choose the Right Career After 12th?

AAT Exam Pattern

  • AAT consists of 40 multiple choice questions to be completed in 90 minutes duration. 
  • There are two sections in the examinations namely Problem Solving and Critical Thinking.
  • Out of 40 questions, 20 are problem-solving questions, and 20 are critical thinking questions. 
  • The on-the-spot-essay round is of 30 minutes duration.
  • The candidate will be given two topics to choose from at the time of writing the essay. 

Ashoka University Panel Interview

The purpose of the Interview is to get familiar with the candidate's behavior, past, and interests. It also assesses different factors of the candidate's application form in order to determine the candidate's fit for Ashoka University's academic and residential life programs. 

Ashoka University Course Structure

Students interested in pursuing a Bachelor's degree at Ashoka University must complete courses in three categories: Foundation Course, Major Course, and Co-Curricular Course.

  • Foundation course: Students must complete at least seven Foundation Courses. In the inter-disciplinary domains, there are many courses aimed to develop critical thinking.
  • Majors: Students will get a Bachelor's degree in their chosen field of study. To achieve a Major's degree in that topic, students must finish 12 courses of that topic.
  • Interdisciplinary Majors: This allows students to integrate and study various academic areas under one roof and achieve a single degree program, such as BA(H) in English & Creative Writing, Mathematics and Computer Science, and so on.

Check: Career Options in Design and Architecture

4. Flame Entrance Aptitude Test (FEAT)

The Flame Entrance Aptitude Test (FEAT) is an annual exam held by Flame University to select qualified applicants for their liberal arts programs.

FLAME University focuses on providing education that empowers students in a variety of ways. Flame University's undergraduate program consists of two components: first, an interdisciplinary approach; and second, making students aware of their area of expertise.

Flame University Selection Process

  • Students who wish to enroll in FLAME University's undergraduate programs have to go through a meticulous selection process. 
  • The first step is the admission test (FEAT/SAT/ACT), followed by an essay and a personal interview phase. 
  • Students are also required to submit their previous academic records and extracurricular activities, as well as a statement of purpose. 
  • Those who perform well in the admission exam are also eligible for a scholarship. The goal of this university is to provide qualified individuals with a fair chance.

FEAT Exam Pattern

  • FEAT is a 120-minute online exam that is administered in a CBT manner.
  • The exam consists of four sections namely, Verbal Ability, Reasoning Ability, Quantitative Ability, and General Knowledge.
  • There will be 100 multiple choice questions with varied marking and weightage of questions of different sections with no negative marking.
  • In the verbal ability section, for each correct answer, 1.25 marks will be awarded. 
  • In the quantitative ability section, for each correct answer, 1.5 marks will be awarded. 
  • In the reasoning section, for each correct answer, two marks will be awarded. 
  • In the general knowledge section, 1 mark will be awarded for each correct answer.

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Mode of Examination Computer Based Test (CBT)
Total Number of questions 100
Total Duration 120 minutes
Sections 4 Sections
Medium of Examination English 
Marking Scheme Differential marking scheme with no negative marking

Sectional Weightage of different sections is tabulated below:

Section Total Number of Questions Marks Allotted Marks per question
Verbal Ability 40 50 1.25
Reasoning (Analytical and Logical) 20 40 2
Quantitative Ability 20 30 1.5
General Knowledge 20 20 1
Total 100 140

FEAT Eligibility Criteria

Before filling out the TISS BAT form, interested candidates must first confirm their eligibility for the TIIS BAT. The following are the eligibility requirements for the TIIS admission exam:

  • A student studying in state boards/CBSE/ICSE must have earned at least 40% in 12th standard with English as one of the subjects.
  • Students applying for the "Honours Degree Program in Economics" must have passing marks in Mathematics in class 12.

Flame University Course Structure

Students can enroll in any of the university's undergraduate programs, which include Foundation Courses, Specialization Courses, Experiential Learning Courses, and Open Elective Courses.

  • Foundation Courses: Humanities, Fine & Performing Arts, Social Sciences, Physical and Natural Sciences, and Global Studies are five academic disciplines in which students gain a grasp of various subjects and become familiar with theoretical concepts.
  • Students choose a major and a minor at the end of the third term of their first year. A student can combine disciplines that require more research and rigorous study with ones that require more practical-oriented instruction using the Major and Minor subject combination.
  • FLAME University permits students to pursue up to six electives in fields in addition to their specialization subjects. Students can broaden their thinking and develop a multi-dimensional approach by studying other courses.

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Unique features of Flame University

  • FLAME University's Global Connect Program focuses on academic enrichment for students and teachers. This aids students in comprehending and assessing diverse worldwide happenings as they occur, as well as helping them develop a global perspective.
  • Through numerous programs such as Study Abroad, Summer Abroad, International Exchange, and Research Collaboration, FLAME University encourages students to extend their horizons.
  • The FLAME University placement process is a comprehensive one that involves student training for the actual interview process, industry outreach for final placement chances to deserving individuals, pre-placement discussions, and finally the company selection process.

5. Delhi University Entrance Test

The Delhi University Entrance Test is used to admit eligible students to the University of Delhi's B.A. (H) Humanities and Social Science Program. There are a total of 50 seats for B.A. (H) in Humanities and Social Sciences at Delhi University.

  • The BA (H) in Humanities and Social Sciences at Delhi University is one such degree that stands out among the university's other offerings. The Cluster Innovation Centre (CIC) offers a BA (Hons) Social Sciences and Humanities degree as an innovation degree to students.
  • Candidates who choose to pursue the Cluster Innovation Centre's curriculum will be able to build their own curriculum, meaning they will be able to choose their own subjects and courses to study under BA (Hons) Humanities and Social Science.
  • Students studying BA (Hons) in Social Sciences and Humanities would be able to continue their studies in any Delhi University affiliated college, which they refer to as the "meta-college" concept.

Delhi University Entrance Test Eligibility 

To pursue the interdisciplinary course from the premier university, you will first be required to meet the necessary DU BA(Hons) Humanities and Social Science entrance exam eligibility criteria as outlined below.

  • Students should have passed their 12th Class or Intermediate in any subject stream from a recognized board. 
  • In the 10+2 or equivalent exam, general applicants need to have a minimum percentage of 60%, while OBC candidates should have a minimum percentage of 54%, and CW(Child of Widow) and PWD candidates should have a minimum of 57%.
  • For the SC/ST category, there are no minimum percentage criteria in the qualifying examination.
  • Candidates who are currently awaiting their results for the respective class 12th board exams are also eligible to apply for the program.

Check: DU Admissions 2022

Delhi University Entrance Test Pattern

The candidates who are interested in pursuing the program at the University of Delhi will have to appear for the entrance examination in order to be able to take admission to the program. The Delhi University BA (Hons) Humanities and Social Sciences Exam Pattern is pretty simple. 

  • The candidates will have to sit for a 2-hour Pen and Paper Test. 
  • The questions will be Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) and applicants will have to answer a total of 100 questions within the stipulated time. 
  • There are four sections in the Delhi University entrance test for B.A(H) Humanities and Social Science namely Communication and Language skills, Logic Reasoning & Analytical Abilities, and General Awareness and Current Affairs. 
  • Four marks will be awarded for every correct answer and 1 mark will be deducted for every incorrect answer.
  • The question paper will be in Hindi and English language.

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Exam Mode Pen & Paper mode
Duration of Exam 120 minutes
Question Type Multiple-choice questions
Number of Questions 100 questions
Marks Per Question 4
Negative Marking Yes, 1 Mark Per Wrong Question
Topics General Awareness, General Knowledge, Current Affairs, Logical Reasoning, Analytical Skills, English/Hindi Communication Skills

Sectional Weightage of different sections is tabulated below:

Sections Number of Questions Total Marks Time Duration
Logical Reasoning and Analytical Ability 25 100 2 Hours
General Awareness 25 100
Communication Skills in English/ Hindi 25 100
General Knowledge and Current Affairs 25 100
Total Questions 100 400

DUET Selection Process

A cumulative score based on an aptitude test, and the Interview phase will be used for the preparation of the merit list, and candidates will be granted admissions on the basis of merit in the list. Candidates will be required to take an Aptitude Test (DUET) administered by DU as a part of the selection process, which will assess the candidate's aptitude, logical reasoning skills, and English language proficiency.

The final Merit List will be generated based on the composite score as mentioned below:

Parameters Weightages
Delhi University Entrance Test 75 percent
Interview 25 percent

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DUET Syllabus 

Before you begin with preparation, it is important to go through the complete DUET Syllabus as tabulated below:

Section Important Topics
General Knowledge and Current Affairs Static Gk capsules and current affairs up to six months 
Reasoning & Analytical Ability Verbal analogy, Word sequence, Terms and prepositions, Time sequence, Number series, Direction and distance, Diagram, Verbal reasoning, Missing characters.
Communication Skills Grammar, Identification of common errors, Synonyms, and antonyms, vocabulary, word formation, Comprehension at sentence and paragraph level, fill in the blanks, One-word substitution, Pairing of words.
General Awareness Geography, Economics, General History, Politics, Science, and Computers.

DUET Exam Dates

The first thing you need to know about DUET is the exam dates so that you have a clear idea about what your plan is going forward. 

Events Dates
DUET registration starts First week of March 
Last date to apply for DUET First week of April 
DUET admit card First week of June
DUET exam Last week of June

Check: DU Eligibility Criteria 2022

6. Azim Premji University National Entrance Test

Azim Premji University National Entrance Test (NET) is conducted by the Azim Premji University for providing admission to the liberal arts programs of Azim Premji University. It is a non-profit UGC-recognized university in Karnataka. 

  •  At Azim Premji University, the interdisciplinary study is an integral part of the common curriculum which the undergraduates have to follow. 
  • These courses have been incorporated so that students develop skills, capabilities, and knowledge related to these subjects. 
  • The Azim Premji University offers undergraduate courses with majors in Humanities and Economics. 

Azim Premji University Selection Process

  • Students can either get admission on the basis of SAT scores or can appear for the National Entrance Test conducted by the University known as Azim Premji University National Entrance Test(NET).
  • Students who have valid SAT scores are required to appear for the second part of the entrance only and this test is for one hour
  • Admission to Azim Premji University's liberal arts program is based on a candidate's composite score in the Entrance Test and Personal Interview.
  • Firstly candidates have to register on the official website www.azimpremjiuniversity.edu.in.
  • The second phase of the admissions procedure consists of the Aptitude Test, followed by an essay and, ultimately, a personal interview.

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Azim Premji University NET Exam Pattern

  • Azim Premji NET aptitude test consists of 36 multiple choice questions to be completed in 120 minutes duration. 
  • There are two papers in the Azim Premji NET exam; the first paper contains objective questions and the second paper contains descriptive questions.
  • 120 minutes are allotted for Paper-I and 60 minutes for Paper-II.
  • Paper I consists of two sections namely English Language and Quantitative Reasoning.
  • Paper-II consists of a written test with one question on Essay/ Data Analysis/Problem Solving.
  • The medium of question paper in English
  • For each correct answer, 2 marks will be given, 1 mark will be deducted for each wrong answer, and zero marks for not attempting.
Mode of Examination Part-I: CBT Part - II: Pen and paper-based 
Total Number of questions Part-I: 36 Part - II: 1
Total Duration Part-I: 120 minutes(2 Hours) Part - II: 60 minutes(1 Hour) 
Sections Part-I: 2 Sections Part - II: 
Medium of Examination English 
Marking Scheme +2 for every correct answer and -.1 for every incorrect answer

Sectional Weightage of different sections is tabulated below:

Section Total Number of Questions Maximum Marks
Paper-I
English Language 18 36
Quantitative Reasoning 18 36
Paper-II
Written Test(Essay/Data Analysis/Problem Solving) 1 Not Specified
Total 37 72

Azim Premji University NET Eligibility Criteria

 To qualify for the admission process Azim Premji University candidates need to fulfill the following criteria:

  • Candidates should have passed Class 12 or equivalent examination from any national board or state education board of India.
  • They should have scored at least 50% marks in the qualifying examination.
  • Candidates appearing in the Class 12th examination are also eligible however, they should submit proof of qualifying for the examination at the time of admission.
  • The students should not be more than 19 years of age.

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Azim Premji University NET Syllabus

Syllabus for Paper-I consists of English (50% marks of Paper I), and Quantitative Reasoning (50% marks of Paper I), . Part II involves essay writing. 

Section  Syllabus
English Language Antonyms, Active and Passive Voice, Substitution, Sentence Improvement, Synonyms, Spelling Test, Substitution, Passage Completion, Idioms and, Phrases, Sentence, Completion, Error Correction, Transformation, Prepositions, Sentence Arrangement, Fill in the blanks, Spotting Errors, Para Completion, Joining Sentences, Error Correction
Quantitative Reasoning Time and Work Partnership, Ratio and Proportion, Boats and Streams, Simple Equations, Problems on Numbers, Averages, Indices, and Surds, Compound, Interest, Volumes, Odd Man Out, Quadratic Equations, Probability, Profit and, Loss, Simplification and Approximation, Simple Interest, Time and Distance, Figure Matrix Questions, Problem on Age Calculation, Decision Making, Inference, Analogy, NonVerbal Series, Test of Direction Sense, Number Series Alphabet Series, Arguments, Venn Diagram, Blood Relations, Coding and Decoding and Number Ranking

7. SNUSAT

Shiv Nadar University Scholastic Aptitude Test is an annual examination held by Shiv Nadar University for the admission of qualified applicants to its Liberal Arts programs. SNUSAT is an online entrance exam that is administered in online mode and consists of 100 multiple-choice questions to be completed in 120 minutes.

Shiv Nadar University Selection Process

  • Admission to Ashoka University's liberal arts program is based on a candidate's composite score in SNUSAT, Academic Proficiency Test(APT), and interview.
  • Firstly candidates have to submit their academic scores for class 10th and 12th, test scores of SAT/ACT along with a statement of purpose and letter of recommendations.
  • The second phase of the admissions procedure consists of the SNUS Aptitude Test, followed by an Academic Proficiency test, and ultimately, a personal interview.

SNUSAT Exam Pattern

  • AAT consists of 100 multiple choice questions to be completed in 120 minutes duration. 
  • There are four sections in the examinations namely Verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Ability, Abstract Reasoning, and Essay Writing
  • There is a sectional weightage for every section, candidates need to attempt all questions of a section together. 
  • All the questions will be Multiple choice, except the Essay writing of SNUSAT and Critical Writing of PT.
  • There will be no negative marking for wrong answers
  • IT will be a remotely proctored test, candidates can take this exam from their homes
  • Candidates can choose the order of section while taking the exam
Test Duration 2 hours
Exam Mode Online
Medium English
Question Type MCQs & Subjective
Number of Section Sections(4) Sectional Timing
Verbal Reasoning 30 minutes
Quantitative Ability 36 minutes
Abstract Reasoning 40 minutes
Essay Writing 15 minutes 
Total No. of Questions 100
Medium English

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Shiv Nadar University Panel Interview

The purpose of the Interview is to get familiar with the candidate's behavior, past, and interests. It also assesses different factors of the candidate's application form in order to determine the candidate's fit for the University's academic and residential life programs. 

8. NCHMCT JEE

One of the big advantages that humanities students have is that they are eligible for courses in liberal arts as well as for law, design, and hotel management courses. National Council for Hotel Management & Catering Technology Joint Entrance Exam (NCHMCT JEE) is an annual entrance exam conducted by NTA(National Testing Agency) for admission of 10+2 eligible candidates to B.Sc Hospitality and Hotel Management Programs. 

NCHMCT JEE Selection Process

The NCHMCT JEE selection will be based solely on the candidate's performance in the All India (Written Test) JEE. An All India Rank will be assigned to a candidate based on his or her performance in the NCHMCT JEE (AIR). There is no group discussion or personal interview and admission are exclusively granted based on NCHMCT JEE merit and rank.

NCHMCT JEE Exam Pattern

Applicants must be aware of the syllabus, exam pattern, and the expert suggested tips before beginning their preparation for the NCHMCT JEE examination, as they can help improve their preparation.

  • NCHMCT JEE will be conducted in offline mode and the Medium of examination will be English and Hindi.
  • The exam pattern will consist of five sections, Numerical Ability and Analytical Aptitude, Reasoning and Logical Deduction, General Knowledge & Current Affairs, English Language, and Aptitude for Service Sector.
  • It is an objective-type exam and will have ONE question paper consisting of 200 questions for a total of 3 hours duration. and only the candidates who have been declared successful in this test will be eligible for further rounds of the admission process
  • For each correct response, the candidate will be rewarded 04 (four) marks and for each incorrect response, 01 (one) mark will be deducted from the total marks. 

Check: NCHMCT JEE Exam Pattern 2022

Exam Name  NCHMCT JEE
Conducting Body National Testing Agency (NTA)
Exam Level National level
Exam Date first week of July 
Sections five sections (Numerical Ability and Analytical Aptitude, Reasoning and Logical Deduction, General Knowledge & Current Affairs, English Language, and Aptitude for Service Sector)
Exam Mode Computer-based test (Online)
Question Type Multiple Choice Questions
Total marks 800 Marks
Exam duration 180 Minutes (3 hours)
Negative Marking Yes

Aspirants can go through the NCHMCT JEE sectional weightage to understand the importance of different sections.

NCHMCT JEE Sections Number of Questions Maximum Marks Percentage Weightage Time Duration
Numerical Ability and Analytical Aptitude 30 120 15 percent
Reasoning and Logical Deduction 30 120 15 percent
General Knowledge & Current Affairs  30 120 15 percent
English Language 60 240 30 percent
Aptitude for Service Sector 50 200 25 percent
Total 200 800 100 percent 180 minutes

NCHMCT JEE 2022: Syllabus

Applicants eager to enter the hospitality programs are advised to understand the NCHMCT JEE syllabus before starting their preparation.

Section  Syllabus
English ⇒ Fill in the blanks ⇒ Spotting errors ⇒ Spelling mistakes ⇒ Cloze Test ⇒ Synonyms ⇒ Vocabulary ⇒ Grammar ⇒ Analogies ⇒ Idioms and Phrases ⇒ Antonyms

⇒ One-word substitution ⇒ Syllogism ⇒ Para Jumbles ⇒ Parallelism ⇒ Theme Detection ⇒ Fill in the Blanks ⇒ Idioms ⇒ Word Building ⇒ Phrases ⇒ Active/passive voice

⇒ English comprehension ⇒ Inappropriate usage of words ⇒ Spotting errors ⇒ Critical Thinking ⇒ Assertion Reasoning ⇒ Statement – Arguments and ⇒ Assumptions ⇒ Synonyms ⇒ Antonyms
Gk and Current Affairs ⇒ Physical, Social, and Economic Geography of India and World ⇒ Environmental Issues Concerning India and World at Large ⇒ United Nations and other important World Organisations ⇒ General Scientific and Technological Developments ⇒ Flagship Government Programs ⇒ Business and Trade Awareness ⇒ Common Abbreviations ⇒ Monuments and Places of India ⇒ Indian and World History ⇒ Indian Polity and Governance
Numerical Ability and Analytical Aptitude ⇒ Boats and Streams ⇒ Statements ⇒ Assumptions ⇒ Profit and Loss ⇒ Pipes and Cisterns ⇒ Time and Distance ⇒ Time and Work ⇒ Ratio and Time ⇒ Combinations ⇒ Venn Diagram ⇒Simple Interest ⇒Compound Interest ⇒Fractions ⇒Averages ⇒Elementary Statistics ⇒Direction ⇒LCM, HCF ⇒Square roots ⇒Data Sufficiency ⇒Relationship between Numbers ⇒Permutations and ⇒Geometry and Trigonometry ⇒Volume and Surface area of solid ⇒Ratio and Proportion
Reasoning and Logical Deduction ⇒ Discounts ⇒ Symbols ⇒ Notations ⇒ Cloze Test ⇒ Verbal Series ⇒ Nonverbal series ⇒Analogies ⇒ Classification ⇒ Blood Relations ⇒ Routes and Networks ⇒ Analytical Reasoning ⇒ Linear Arrangements ⇒ Data Comparison ⇒ Percentage ⇒ Para Jumbles ⇒ Code and Decoding ⇒ Direction and Distances ⇒ Quantitative Comparison ⇒ Problems based on Symmetry ⇒ Problem based on Visual-Ability ⇒ Ordering and Sequencing ⇒ Complex Arrangements
Aptitude for Service Sector It checks your holistic development and moral attitudes on the subject of hospitality. It also tests the candidate’s interpersonal skills.

Check: NCHMCT JEE Syllabus 2022

Frequently Asked Questions

Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Tuljapur Campus offers B.A. programme in Social Sciences and BA (Hons.) in Social Work in Rural Development, whereas TISS Guwahati Campus provides a three-year B.A. programme in Social Sciences.


Admission is done only on the basis of Humanities and Social Sciences Entrance Examination (HSEE) Score. The programme includes 58 seats in total. Courses will be assigned to individuals depending on their academic performance (CGPA) throughout the first three semesters, students' preferences, and the availability of seats within each subject.


Students should have passed their 12th Class or Intermediate in any subject stream from a recognized board. In the 10+2 or equivalent exam, general applicants need to have a minimum percentage of 60%.


Some of the job opportunities after obtaining a B.A in Social Science are for economists, content editors, community and social service managers, advertising sales agents, social workers, instructional designers, etc. 


Admission to Ashoka University's liberal arts program is based on a candidate's composite score in extracurricular activities, AAT score, essay writing score, and interview. Firstly candidates have to submit their academic scores of class 10th and 12th, test scores of SAT/ACT along with a personal essay, letter of recommendation and record of other extra- curricular activities. The second phase of the admissions procedure consists of the Ashoka Aptitude Test, followed by an essay and, ultimately, a personal interview.


Three campuses offer undergraduate programmes: Tuljapur, Guwahati, and Hyderabad. There are two undergraduate programmes: a three-year B.A. programme in Social Science and a B.A. (Hons.) in Social Work with a specialisation in Rural Development. 


The TISS has always maintained a firm commitment to excellence, specifically in terms of relevance to the wider external context, and the professional future of its students. All teaching programmes conducted by TISS are socially relevant, contributing to building a just and equitable society. The TISS has a 100% placement record across all programmes.


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