BHU UET L.L.B
The tentative date for BHU UET is as follows-
Application process starts from 10th Feb, 2020 till 11th March, 2020
Exam for UET is to be held on 13th May, 2020.
Results will be declared by 13th June
Starting of Counselling shall e by 3rd July, 2020
BHU UET Exam is of two hours duration.
Total marks is 450 and no of questions are 150.It's MCQ based ones.
Two separate sets of MCQs based on language comprehension. One each in Hindi and English, candidates to attempt either of the two languages.
Topics covered in exam
General awareness, General mental ability, Numerical ability, Basic knowledge of plants and animals, Environment and its pollution, Human body, Human health, Common diseases, Population explosion, Production of food and raw materials, Solar system, Climate and weather, Natural resources of industry, History, Indian cultural heritage with special focus on major currents in Indian thoughts, Literature and art
Yes BHU UeT provide UG program in B.sc agriculture you can take Bsc agriculture through BHU U ET...
And as you ask about your eligibility so yes you are eligible to apply for this entrance exam ..
For more information about this seat which provided by BHU uet for Bsc agriculture and other information about the eligibility criteria go through this link:
All the best!!
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
For admission to its 3-year LLB program, Banaras Hindu University (BHU) will conduct BHU LLB 2020 exam tentatively in the 3rd week of May 2020. There is no specific dress code to appear for the entrance exam.
You can check the other important details using the link below-
Eligibility Criteria for LLB course of 3 year by BHU clearly states that
a candidate needs to be graduate in any stream with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate
considering all the subjects in the three years excluding those subjects whose only pass marks are needed and it doesn't anyway contribute to overall marksheet of degree program. Or
any other degree recognized by BCI under at least 10+2+2 pattern with minimum of 50% marks
in the aggregate considering all the subjects in the three years.
There's relaxation for reserved category,
OBC needs 45%, ST/SC needs 40%
to be eligible for LLB 3 year program.
So, for a person to apply for BHU 3 year LLB Program, he/she needs to be a graduate with respective aggregate catering to their category.
As per the pattern of BHU LLb there are 150 questions with 450 marks from the topics of English Comprehension, General Awareness and Current Affairs, Aptitude and Mental ability and Common legal knowledge.3 marks for correct answer, 1 deducted for wrong and zero for unattempted.
For preparation You can use an all inclusive guide like Universal's guide to LLB and CLAT which includes basics and practice questions for all these topics which can also be used for other similar entrances. You can also use Arihant's guide to BHU LLb. Other than that you can refer to previous year question papers for each entrance for a better guidance. For current affairs and verbal section the Hindu is considered as the best newspaper. You can use R.S aggarwal'a books for Logical Reasoning or quantitative section in case you need a separate book other than universal's guide. You won't require a separate book for reasoning as the level isn't that high. Univeral/arihant woukd be fine. Make sure you practice a lot using previous years question
Best of luck
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.
Hopefully it's will be useful to you.
According to expected cut off for B.Sc. biology programm in BHU , your admission chances are very very rare . But you must need to wait for 2nd or 3rd round counciling sedule . But admission chances are rare in main campus , but in affiliated colleges chances are 50 - 50 . You need to visit official website for further admission updates.
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According to official cut off for maths honour's in BHU , you have fare chance of admission in main campus . If you not get seat in first round , you must need to wait for 2nd or 3rd round coinciding sedule . Admission chances are fare. you need to visit official website for admission updates.
hope it help!!!
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