MSc Admissions

Important Instructions 2021

1.     For admission to MSc Cognitive Science 2021-22, the cutoff mark based on COGJET score is 15 (COGJET 2021). Applicants who secured 15 or more in COGJET, will be called for an online interview scheduled during June 3-6 (tentative), 2021.
2.     Applicants can see the list attached who have been shortlisted for interview. Please confirm your attendance for the interview and let us know if you have any questions, latest by 21st May, 2021 through email to the <>
  1. This is a notification for all those who have appeared for COGJET 2021 and have received their performance card. Please indicate if you intend to pursue MSc in Cognitive Science at the Centre of Behavioural and Cognitive Sciences (CBCS), University of Allahabad by sending an email along with duly filled Application Form (PDF) or (WORD) with scanned annexures to Mr. Puneet Kumar, Administrative Officer <> latest by May 3, 2021

Mr. Puneet K. Srivastava

Administrative Officer

Centre of Behavioural and Cognitive Sciences

University of Allahabad (Senate Campus)

Opposite Krishna Coaching

Prayagraj – 211002, UP

Mobile: 8317070392

  1. We will have the interviews (online) for the Masters program in Cognitive Science. The candidates will be shortlisted for Interview once we have received the applications.

Administrative Officer


Prospective candidates interested in the MSc in Cognitive Science program at CBCS, AU are required to take the Cognitive Science Joint Entrance Test (COGJET).

COGJET is a joint entrance test for admission into post graduate programs in cognitive sciences at CBCS University of Allahabad, Chandigarh University, IIIT Hyderabad, IIT Delhi, IIT Kanpur and Panjab University.

COGJET 2021 Notice

Because of the COVID-19, COGJET 2021 will be conducted online, you can attempt it from any location, including your home, all details will be available in the admit card. The format of the exam is different from before. The exam will have more than one research papers and questions related to them. The candidate will have to choose exactly one research paper and will have to write and upload answers to the questions associated with that paper. There is no syllabus, but will require the elementary knowledge of mathematics, probability and statistics, programming, psychology (psychophysics and research methods), neuroanatomy.

  • Please note that the actual question paper may differ considerably from the model question paper in terms of syllabic scope, anticipated effort and difficulty.
  • The test is timed.

Click here for the sample paper.

For further information about the test, please visit the COGJET Portal, Visit Admission Notice section for admissions related announcements.


If you want any information or have any problem/clarification specifically about CBCS, please mail to (Mr. Puneet Kumar) or call on 09005591336. You can also mail or call to Mr. Anurag (PhD Scholar) on 9113387607 ( or Ganga Tiwari (PhD Scholar) on 8860838535 ( especially from a student-related perspective.