There are 8 primary ways of getting dismissed(out). 

  Caught: this is the most common and highest dismissals in cricket history. Here a batsman is dismissed if his hit is taken by any fielder before the ball touches the ground. This catch has to be taken inside the 70-meter not on the line or beyond it. 

Caught by Wicket-Keeper:- A fielder standing behind the stumps wearing leg guards and hand gloves is called a wicket-keeper. About 10/15%  of the balls are collected/stopped by the keeper.  

Caught and bowled : the player who is bowling is has taken the catch  

LBW : a ball that is line with stumps is hit to any part your body which is in front of any stump than you are out. 

Bowled: If the ball hits your stumps than you are bowled.  

Run out : Any fielder breaks the stumps before you or batting partner fail to reach the 22 yard distance (while attempting to take a run)than you are dismissed as run out.  

Stumping: if you are out of crease while playing(or missing) a ball – than a keeper can break the stumps after collecting the ball behind/top of the stumps.  

Hit the wicket: if you hit the stumps while playing a ball, than you are dismissed as hit wicket.

Handle the ball: if you touch the ball with your hand during the act of play than you are dismissed as handle the ball. Usually batsman do save the ball from hitting the stumps. Here one can use the bat or legs to stop it. 

Obstructing the field : after playing a ball you obstruct any fielder from taking a catch or try to break the stumps than you are dismissed as “obstructing the field”