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BHU Admission Entrance Results

BHU Admission Entrance Results – Revised Dates, Checking Scores  

by Akash Tyagi

The official governing body of the BHU Entrance Exam has announced that the BHU UET and PET 2020 exams will now be conducted between 16th August to 31st August 2020. Previously, the exams were scheduled to be conducted on the 26th April 2020 and 10th May 2020 respectively. However, if the current Covid 19 situation is aggravated, candidates may expect the exam dates to be revised again.

The BHU entrance exam is a gateway for candidates to get admissions in the various affiliated institutes of Bharat Hindu University. Aspiring candidates seeking admission in undergraduate programmes must pass the UET (Undergraduate Entrance Test) to appear for the counselling and get admissions according to their merit rank. On the other hand, postgraduate candidates must also clear a qualifying exam known as the PET (Postgraduate Entrance Test) to get a seat in BHU. BHU offers a galore of undergraduate courses which includes the likes of B.Sc, B.Com, B.A, B.Ed, B.F.A and several language programmes. Some of the top PG courses available in BHU are M.Com, M.A, M.Sc, and MBA in varying specializations. There are 14 faculties, 6 institutes and over 140 departments in the highly reputed university of BHU. 

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BHU Admission Entrance Results 

Banaras Hindu University is expected to release the result of the BHU entrance exam for both UET and PET in the first/second week of October 2020 (tentatively). It is crucial to know that now that the lockdown has been extended beyond the 3rd of May, the exam schedule would be revised completely. 

Candidates who will appear for the UET and PET have to check their results on the official website of ‘BHU’. The selection will be made on the basis of merit and category of the candidates and eligible candidates will be called for counselling for the allotment of seats. BHU exam authority will also send the result on the mentioned email ID and mobile number of the candidates.

Important Dates for BHU UG Entrance Exam/Result

Events  Updated Dates
Commencement of Registration/Application 30th January 2020
Application Deadline 12th March 2020 (Closed)
Release of Admit Card At least a week prior to the exam
BHU UET Exam Date (for B.P. Ed, Shastri Hons, BPA Instrumental Sitar, BPA Instrumental Sitar, BPA Indian Classical Dance, B.F.A Theory 16th August 2020 to 31st August 2020
BHU UET Exam Date (for B.com Hons, B.F.A) 16th August 2020 to 31st August 2020
BHU UET Exam Date (for B.Sc Hons Agriculture) 16th August 2020 to 31st August 2020
BHU UET Exam Date (for B.Sc Hons Maths, B.Sc Hons Biology) 16th August 2020 to 31st August 2020
BHU UET Exam Date (for B.A Hons Arts, B.A Hons Social sciences) 16th August 2020 to 31st August 2020
BHU UET Exam Date for Bachelor of Vocation (Logistics Management, Fashion Design & Event Management, Hospitality and Tourism Management) 16th August 2020 to 31st August 2020
BHU UET Exam Date (B.Ed Language, B.Ed Science) 16th August 2020 to 31st August 2020
Release of Answer Key  Yet to be announced
Date of Result  Yet to be announced
Announcement of Merit List Yet to be announced
Counselling Starts From Yet to be announced

Important Dates for BHU PG Entrance Exam/Result

Events  Updated Dates
Commencement of Registration/Application 30th January 2020
Application Deadline 20th March 2020 (closed)
Release of Admit Card At least a week prior to the exam
BHU PET Exam Date (for M.C.A, M.P.Ed, M.F.A, M.P.A, M.Sc. Environmental Science, MSc in Forensic Science, MSc in Linguistics) 16th August 2020 to 31st August 2020
BHU PET Exam Date (for M.A in Mass communication, M.A in Anthropology, M.A in Public Administration, M.A in Economics), ( M.Sc in Geophysics, M.Sc in Applied Microbiology, M.Sc in AgroForestry, M.Sc in Health Statistics 16th August 2020 to 31st August 2020
BHU PET Exam Date (for M.A in Languages like Hindi, Bengali,Marathi,Sanskrit, German, French, Chinese, Arabic) 16th August 2020 to 31st August 2020
BHU PET Exam Date (for M.A- Geography, Psychology) (M.Com) ( M.Sc in Mathematics) (M.Sc in Botany) 16th August 2020 to 31st August 2020
BHU PET Exam Date (for M.A- Philosophy, History, Political, Sociology) (MBA Commerce) ( M.Sc in Food Technology) 16th August 2020 to 31st August 2020
BHU PET Exam Date (for ( M.Sc in Chemistry, Computer Science,Geology and Zoology), ( Master of Tourist and Travel Management, Master in Corporate Communication Management), (Masters in Agri-Business, M.A in Social Work) ( Masters of Vocation in Hospital and Tourism Management) 16th August 2020 to 31st August 2020
BHU PET Exam Date (for M.A in Home Science, M.A Prayojanmulak Hindi) (M.Sc in Biochemistry, M.Sc in Computational Sciences and Applications), ( M.Tech in Agricultural Engineering), ( M.Sc in Biotechnology) (LLM) 16th August 2020 to 31st August 2020
Release of Answer Key  Yet to be announced
Date of Result  Yet to be announced
Announcement of Merit List Yet to be announced
Counselling Starts From Yet to be announced

BHU Admission Entrance Results – How to Check the Results?

Eligible candidates may check their respective results on the official website of BHU by following these easy steps –

  1. Visit the official website of BHU – bhuonline.in
  2. Click on the link mentioning the result.
  3. Enter credentials like exam roll number and date of birth.
  4. Your result will instantly appear on the screen
  5. Make sure that your result contains total marks obtained, sectional score, overall merit, category merit and the status of qualifying.
  6. Take a few printouts of the result and logout.

BHU Admission Entrance Results – What Details are Mentioned on the Result?

Candidates must check the details mentioned on the scorecard/result. In case of any discrepancy, they must urgently contact the helpline desk of Banaras Hindu University. 

Following are the details mentioned on the result of the BHU entrance exam.

  1. Candidate’s name
  2. Father’s name
  3. Mother’s name
  4. BHU roll number
  5. Application/Registration number
  6. Candidate’s date of birth
  7. Signature of the candidate
  8. Photograph of the candidate
  9. Exam date
  10. Subject applied for
  11. Sectional and overall marks obtained by the candidate
  12. Category of the candidate 
  13. Qualifying status
  14. Overall merit
  15. Category-wise merit

BHU Admission Entrance Results – How can Candidates Evaluate their Scores?

BHU releases a provisional answer key after the entrance exam. Candidates may cross check their answers and predict their scores. It is crucial to know that the aspirants may also file objections on the answers mentioned in the  provisional answer keys. After the candidates file their objections,  the BHU exam committee verifies the objections and prepares the final answer key before the declaration of the result. For every correct answer, 3 marks are awarded whereas 1 mark is deducted for every wrong attempt. 

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BHU Admission Entrance Results – Tie Breaker in the Merit List

If two candidates belonging to the same category score exactly the same marks in the entrance test, then the preference is given to the candidate who has scored more marks in the qualifying exam. For eg – 12th aggregate marks for undergraduate entrance test and UG aggregate marks for the post-graduate entrance test. In case of exactly the same marks in the previous qualifying result, preference is given to the candidate who has scored more marks in the specific subject. For eg- if the applied course is B.A ( English), then marks of the english subject will be considered.

BHU Admission Entrance Results – Reservation of Seats

Category Seats Alloted
Scheduled Caste 15 %
Scheduled Tribe 7.5 %
Other Backward Classes (Non-Creamy Layer) 27 %
Economically Weaker section (EWS) 10 %
Specially-abled Person 5 %

BHU Admission Entrance Results – What happens after the Declaration of Result?

After the declaration of BHU Entrance Exam results, eligible candidates wait for the declaration of the cutoff. Further process is mentioned below:

  1. Eligible candidates who secure a qualifying cutoff rank are invited for the counselling process. 
  2. Aspirants must register for the counselling process and fill the online preference entry for colleges. 
  3. Candidates are invited for the counselling process according to their merit and category.
  4. Aspirants must physically appear at the counselling centre along with the scorecard/result, admit card of the exam, registration letter of the counselling and also with prerequisite documents.
  5. If the candidate is allotted a seat, then he/she must collect the provisional admission letter and finally appear at the allotted campus for fee payment and a few remaining formalities.

BHU Admission Entrance Results – FAQ’s

Q. When will the BHU declare the result of UET (Undergraduate Entrance Test) 2020?

BHU is expected to announce the result of UET 2020 in the first/second week of October 2020 (till further notice). However, due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, BHU may revise the schedule of the exams and other admission-related events.

Q. What is mentioned on the result of BHU UET ?

Along with the personal details, candidates may find the following details on the result of the BHU UET -

Signature of the candidate
Photograph of the candidate
Exam date
Subject applied for
Sectional and overall marks obtained by the candidate
Category of the candidate
Qualifying status
Overall merit
Category-wise merit

Q. Can eligible candidates file objections on the BHU entrance test provisional answer key?

Yes, eligible candidates can file objections on the BHU entrance test provisional answer key. After receiving the objections, the exam committee considers the changes and prepares a final answer key. Candidates cannot file objections after the release of the final answer key.

Q. Is the BHU entrance test result for various courses declared separately?

Yes, the BHU entrance test results for various undergraduate and postgraduate courses are declared separately.

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