Cotton University cut-off is released every year for admissions to its undergraduate and postgraduate courses. The cut off of Cotton University is based on the total number of applicants for a particular course, total number of seats available for the course and the number of seats reserved for the students belonging to the reserved category. Cotton University cut-off for undergraduate courses is based on the marks obtained in 10+2 examination or its equivalent. Cotton University cut-off for postgraduate courses is based on the marks obtained in the entrance exam conducted by Cotton University known as Cotton Post-Graduate Entrance Examination (CPGEE).
The department of MJMS of my university is covered with greenery all around with coffee house in the front yard. The greenery makes the place soothing for students to have a good time. It is an open university for students with humanities and science subjects. The facilities include various basic Ammenties aided by the state government.
It does have the required facilities but not at the utmost level. The living spaces lack hygiene. There is no WiFi facility. Moreover the library lacks prominent books for the students. Hostels are unhygienic.
CU classrooms have projector facilities,boards,smartboards,etc. As I am a pol sc student I never used any kind of laboratories.Libraries,sport centres have all the necessary items and they are well maintained.But hostels are not well maintained and don't have any WiFi service.WiFi is available only inside the main building.