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BHU Entrance Cutoff – Expected Cutoff(2020), Previous Years’ Cutoff

BHU (Banaras Hindu University) conducts an annual entrance exam for both undergraduate and postgraduate aspirants. Regarded as one of the largest residential universities in Asia, BHU paves the way for thousands of aspirants seeking admission in UG and PG courses like B.Sc, B.Com, B.Ed, B.F.A, B.A, M.A, M.Sc, M.Com, M.F.A, and M.Ed, apart from some language courses. Both the UET (Undergraduate Entrance Test) and the PET (Postgraduate Entrance Test) are conducted in the computer-based test mode. Thereafter, the selection of the candidates is done on the basis of the merit obtained in the entrance exam. BHU releases cut offs in the form of opening and closing ranks for the respective courses and eligible candidates may attend the counselling afterwards, as per their entrance rank.

BHU recently postponed the UET and PET exams which were scheduled to take place on 26th April and 10th May 2020 respectively. The decision is taken due to the extension of the national COVID-19 lockdown. The extension of the exam dates would proportionally influence the extension of dates for other important events like result date, cut off dates and counselling process. The cutoffs for the UET and PET 2020 are scheduled to be released in the 1st week of July 2020 (as of now).

BHU Entrance Cutoff – Admission Process

  1. BHU entrance cutoff is the rank and score range that candidates have to secure in order to be eligible for participating in the counselling and further admission process.
  2. BHU declares the cutoffs in the form of opening and closing ranks for all the courses separately.
  3. Aspirants must rank above the closing rank of their respective course and affiliated college of their preference, to stand a chance of getting an admission.
  4. After the declaration of the cutoff lists, candidates may fill the registration for counselling and opt for their preferred choice of courses.
  5. Eligible candidates are further called for the counselling process.
  6. After the seat is allotted, candidates must visit the college for document verification and approval of the seat.
  7. Eligible candidates may finally pay the admission fee and secure admission.

BHU Entrance Cut off – Determining Factors

The BHU admission entrance cut off is affected by various factors. Some of the most prominent ones are:

  1. Number of candidates appearing for the exam.
  2. Number of candidates securing qualifying marks in the exam.
  3. Number of seats available for the respective courses.
  4. Cut off trends in the previous years.
  5. Difficulty level of the exam.

BHU Entrance Cutoff (PET) – Expected Cutoff Score (2020)

M.Com

Category Expected Cutoff Range
General 290 – 320
Other Backward Classes 260 – 280
Scheduled Caste 120 – 140
Scheduled Tribe 75 – 100

M.A English

Category Expected Cutoff Range
General 530 – 600
Other Backward Classes 185 – 220
Scheduled Caste 55 – 80
Scheduled Tribe 38 – 58

M.Sc Physics

Category Expected Cutoff Range
General 265 – 280
Other Backward Classes 90 – 105
Scheduled Caste 36 – 55
Scheduled Tribe 30 – 44

M.A Hindi

Category Expected Cutoff Range
General 875 – 900
Other Backward Classes 265 – 280
Scheduled Caste 76 – 90
Scheduled Tribe 27 – 38

M.Sc Botany

Category Expected Cutoff Range
General 95 – 110
Other Backward Classes 39 – 49
Scheduled Caste 25 – 39
Scheduled Tribe 16 – 30

Note- The cutoffs mentioned above  are expected cutoff score range (PET) for the year 2020. The estimates are evaluated on the basis of previous year cut offs.

BHU Entrance Cutoff (UET) – Cutoffs for 2019 (Closing Ranks)

B.A (Hons)

Category Closing Ranks
General 1061
Other Backward Classes 1241
Scheduled Caste 528
Scheduled Tribe 225
Physically Handicapped(OH) 195

B.A (Hons) Social Sciences

Category Closing Ranks
General 1504
Other Backward Classes 1106
Scheduled Caste 474
Scheduled Tribe 294
Physically Handicapped (OH) 228

B.Sc Mathematics

Category Closing Ranks
General 2300
Other Backward Classes 850
Scheduled Caste 395
Scheduled Tribe 231
Physically Handicapped (OH) 148

B.Com (Hons)

Category Closing Ranks
General 1227
Other Backward Classes 695
Scheduled Caste 405
Scheduled Tribe 251
Physically Handicapped (OH) 148

BHU Entrance Cutoff (UET) – Cutoffs for 2018 (Closing Ranks)

B.A (Hons) Arts

Category Closing Ranks
General 1568
Other Backward Classes 965
Scheduled Caste 623
Scheduled Tribe 296
Physically Handicapped (OH) 71

B.A (Hons) Social Sciences

Category Closing Ranks
General 1629
Other Backward Classes 1323
Scheduled Caste 499
Scheduled Tribe 290
Physically Handicapped (OH) 241

B.Sc Mathematics

Category Closing Ranks
General 1319
Other Backward Classes 707
Scheduled Caste 481
Scheduled Tribe 273
Physically Handicapped (OH) 156

B.Com (Hons)

Category Closing Ranks
General 1231
Other Backward Classes 723
Scheduled Caste 367
Scheduled Tribe 233
Physically Handicapped (OH) 123

BHU Entrance Cutoffs – FAQ’s

Q. How do I get to know about the release of BHU UET Cutoffs?

Ans- You must regularly keep a check on the notifications available at the official website of Banaras Hindu University. The authority of the entrance exam will soon announce the official date for the release of cutoffs, which will be duly updated on this page.

Q. What are the factors which determine the BHU UET cutoff?

Ans. Following are the factors which determine the BHU UET cutoff -

Number of candidates appearing for the exam
Number of candidates securing qualifying marks in the exam
Number of seats available for the respective courses
Cutoff trends from previous year
Difficulty level of the exam

Q. Can I fill the registration for the counselling of BHU UET through offline mode?

Ans. No. You can only fill the registration form for the counselling of BHU UET through the online mode. You must visit the official website of BHU and tap on the link mentioning ‘Registration for Counselling’ to complete this process.

Q. Is the selection process for UG and PG courses at Banaras Hindu University different?

Ans. The selection process for UG and PG courses at Banaras Hindu University is quite similar. You must clear the entrance tests like UET and PET, and selection will be based on the merit obtained in both the entrance tests.

Q. What documents should I carry on the day of BHU counselling for UG course?

Ans. On the day of BHU counselling, you must carry all the prescribed personal and academic documents to the college. Some of the mandatory documents you must carry are - 10th marksheet, 12th marksheet, Identity proof, copy of BHU application form, copy of BHU counselling registration letter and your result/scorecard.

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