BHU PET 2019 COUNSELLING
NATIONAL LEVEL OFFLINE TEST
BHU PET Result will be declared on June 18, 2019. Candidates can visit the official website at bhuonline.in to check their result. They should also download the call letter under login in candidate’s segment. The authority also send the call letter on candidate’s registered mail id too.
BHU PET 2019 Counselling will begin in the month of July. For the academic session 2019-20 it will be conducted in online mode.
|BHU PET 2019||BHU PET Result||BHU PET Participating Colleges|
Candidates will be called for counselling process on the basis of merit which will be published online after the result declaration. For each course separate counselling process is conducted. BHU PET 2019 is phase wise process conducted in online mode. The Admission process is carried out by the Admission committee of each department.
The authorities will soon publish the counselling schedule online at bhuonline.in. For various courses counselling will take place on different dates. Candidates can check below the tentative schedule for BHU PET Counselling from the table provided below:-
|BHU PET 2019 Result Declaration||June 18, 2019|
|Publishing of merit list||Last week of June|
|Commencement of Counselling Process||In the month of July 2019|
Mentioned below is the step wise process to apply for BHU PET 2019 Counselling
Step-1 Registering online preferences- All the qualified candidates will receive call letters via mail or post. After receiving it candidates have to login with registered roll number and password on the official website to fill in the following details:-
Note that paid seats will only be available after the regular seats are completely filled
Step-2 Seat Allotment and Document Verification at Counselling Venue
The University will publish the counselling schedule online at bhuonline.in. Based on it candidates have to reach the counselling venue for seat allotment and document verification. The admission will be based completely on merit list released. All the faculty or Head of Department will be present at the counselling venue to personally mark the attendance.
Candidates will also be given option to change their subject or faculty. For this they have to submit a separate form
Candidates after the seat allotment have to submit the admission form along with the required documents at the officer’s desk
Candidates will be given a provisional seat allotment letter. It will furnish the following details:-
Candidates can remit the admission fee both in online or offline mode. For online payment they need to visit the official website and can use their debit card or credit card details for fee payment
If the candidate wish to remit the fee in cash or offline mode they can deposit the amount at the fee counter at the counselling venue
Candidates who will pay the fee in offline mode have submit a fee deposition proof at the counselling venue. Other candidates who will opt for online mode need not to submit any proof. Note that candidates who
The University releases around two-fourth times the number of seats available for a course. Qualified candidates are allocated seats strictly on the basis of merit list.
The below mentioned table depicts the number of seats available under each faculty:-
|Faculty of Arts||Master of Arts (Arabic, English, French, German, Nepali, Persian, Bengali, Hindi, Marathi, Telugu, Urdu, Pali, Sanskrit, Linguistic, History of Art, I.P.R, Philosophy, A.I.H.C.& Arch.)||1298|
|Faculty of Commerce||Master of Commerce||184|
|Institute of Science||Master of Science (Physics, Chemistry, Geology, Zoology, Botany, Computer Science, Bio-chemistry, Geophysics||381|
|Faculty of Social Sciences||Master of Arts (Economics, History, Political Sciences, Sociology)||668|
The merit list is prepared on the basis of cut off released separately for all the courses. The BHU PET 2019 cut off is the minimum qualifying marks that candidates have to obtain in order to clear the exam.
The University follows different reservation criteria for various categories in seat reservation .
|Category||Reservation Criteria (in percentage)|
|Other Backward Classes||27%|
|BHU Employee Ward*||15% of supernumerary seats|
|Management Quota (Paid Seats)*||15% of supernumerary seats|
|Sports Quota||06 seats in each programme*|
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College