Banaras Hindu University Undergraduate Entrance Test
If you are preparing for CLAT then you can prefer that study material only because the syllabus for 5 years law exam is almost same. Here also I am giving you some of the books name you can prefer.
BHU by Arihant Experts
Legal awareness and legal reasoning by A.P.Bharjwaj.
Legal Aptitude for CLAT and other Law entrance examination by A.P.Bhardwaj.
The Pearson’s Legal refresher For the CLAT and Law Entrance and Judicial Services examinations by A.P.Bhardwaj.
Some preparation Tips
Yes, you'll be eligible.
As per the Eligibility Criteria by BHU, students appearing in their 12th Standard Examination are also eligible to apply for BLAT. The minimum cut off marks varies among categories, for GENERAL it's 50%, for OBC it's 45% and for SC/SC it's 40%
You may also consider visiting the following link to know more details regarding BLAT 2020-
Having a bachelor's degree with a minimum of 50 per cent marks in aggregate of all subjects is a must. If a candidate is appearing in the final year examination of the qualifying degree and wish to apply for three-year LLB entrance exam of BHU, they will also be considered eligible for BHU LLB.
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This year's cut-off should be a little high because the paper was too easy. Since the seats are only 60 and almost 15,000 students appeared for BLAT 2017. Hence there are complete chances that the Cut-off will be High.
Now talking about the numbers, Past two year's cut off was approx 300 marks for General Candidates. Although paper of past 2 years were not this simple as this year's was. Hence I think this year it may cross even 320–330 (For General). F.Y.I. The seats for General category is not 60, ITs 28. Remaining seats are reserved for SCs, STs and OBCs.
The BLAT is the entrance examination for BA LLB at BHU. The BLAT syllabus consists of general awareness and current affairs, legal aptitude and mental ability and english comprehension. Therefore, for mental ability, basic level of mathematics is required.
The GK section of any Law exam like BLAT etc is a mix of Current Affairs and Static GK.
Current Affairs GK includes questions from these topics:
Static GK includes question from these topics:
You should focus on judgements taht were passed recently, important constitutional amendments, important awards etc .
Yes, you are absolutely correct and if at all any seat is left due to cancellation of admission immediately a vacant seat notification will be issued or in the subsequent round of counseling, Seat will be allotted to the students in contention.
There will be No second merit list for BLAT .
the merit list of BLAT 2019 will be made on the basis of the
performance of candidate in the entrance examination. Candidates can check BLAT
2019 merit list online on the official website of BHU.
for more details check the link mentioned below :
As per your query I would like to tell you that according to your rank and based upon the previous year cuttoff marks you cannot get admission in bhu. For getting admission in bhu main campus you need to score more, ranks about below 500 for securing the seat.
As per year the cuttoff marks varies depending upon the number of students appearing in the exam and the difficulty level of exam papers in the Exam and the difficulty level of exam papers.
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