BHU LLB 2018 Every year, the Banaras Hindu University (BHU) conducts Undergraduate Entrance Test (UET) for admission to the LLB programmes of the university. BHU LLB 2018 will be held in a paper-based mode for admission to the 230 LLB seats of the university. The university will conduct BHU LLB entrance exam in May 2018. To apply for BHU law entrance exam, applicants must have a BA, BSc, BCom or Shastri degree. The BHU LLB 2018 application form will be available online in the first week of February 2018 and candidates must fill the same within the last date to be eligible to appear for the test. The BHU UET law 2018 will include 150 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) and each question will carry 3 marks. For every wrong answer, 1 mark will be deducted. These questions will be divided into four sections - Current Affairs, Aptitude, Common Legal Knowledge, and Language Comprehension. The BHU LLB 2018 result is expected to be announced in the last week of June 2018. To know more about BHU LLB 2018, dates, steps to apply, exam pattern, syllabus, counselling, etc. go through this article.
|Name of the exam||Banaras Hindu University, Undergraduate Entrance Test|
|Level of exam||National|
|Conducting authority||Banaras Hindu University (BHU)|
|Commonly known as||BHU LLB|
|Programmes covered||LLB programmes|
|Exam duration||2 hours|
|Exam type||Objective (Multiple Choice Questions)|
The notification for the test will be announced in January 2018. Along with the notification, the list of BHU LLB important dates will be released. LLB aspirants who wish to appear for BHU LLB 2018 must make sure that they become familiar with the schedule to avoid any exam deadlines. Check the tentative dates of BHU law 2018 entrance test below, these dates are prepared on the basis of previous years schedule.
BHU UET law exam dates 2018
|S.No.||BHU LLB 2018 events||BHU LLB dates (tentative)|
|1.||Notification of BHU law entrance test||January 2018|
|2.||Release of BHU LLB application form||First week of February 2018|
|3.||BHU LLB registration process ends||First week of March 2018|
|4.||Issuance of BHU LLB admit card||Last week of April 2018|
|5.||BHU UET date||Last week of May 2018|
|6.||Release of answer key||First week of June 2018|
|7.||Announcement of BHU LLB result||Last week of June 2018|
|8.||BHU UET counselling rounds||First week of July 2018|
It is important for the LLB aspirants to check the eligibility norms of BHU LLB 2018 before applying for the test. Candidates who fail to meet any of the BHU law eligibility norms will be disqualified at any stage of admission rounds. Applicants must have a minimum 50% in all the subjects of the three years that contributed in the final BA, BSc, BCom or Shastri (10+2+3) degree. According to the directives of the Bar Council of India (BCI), aspirants who have obtained their 10+2, Bachelors degree or Masters degree through an open University directly without any basic qualification are not eligible for admission to the BHU law programmes.
The BHU Law application form 2018 will be available online in the first week of March 2018. The application process of BHU LLB 2018 can be filled in five stages which are -
After the submission of the BHU law entrance test application form, candidates are not required send filled in application form to the examination authority.
BHU UET LLB 2018 will be held across 16 (approx.) cities. During the application process, applicants are required to select a city from the drop-down list according to their preference. Candidates can select up to five exam cities according to their preference. Based on the candidates exam city preference, a centre will be allotted. Complete details about the BHU LLB exam centre will be printed on the admit card. After the allotment of the test centre of BHU LLB, candidates wont be able to change it. The university holds the right to cancel any exam centre (except Varanasi). On the day of BHU LLB 2018 entrance test, candidates must reach the exam centre according to the prescribed time.
Note: All the Visually challenged candidates will be allotted Varanasi centre only.
Banaras Hindu University will release the admit card online and candidates will be notified regarding the release of the hall ticket via SMS or email. BHU LLB admit card 2018 is an important document and aspirants must download the same. To download BHU law admit card, candidates are required to provide their email ID or registration ID. Details about BHU UET 2018, examination centre and the candidate will be printed on the admit card. Also, in the provided space, aspirants are required to paste a passport size photograph (the same one which was uploaded in the application form). On the day of the test, aspirant must carry the BHU law admit card to examination hall and produce it to the invigilator before entering the exam hall. Candidates failing to produce the admit card of BHU LLB 2018 will not be allowed to enter the examination hall and write the test. Even after the conduct of BHU UET law 2018, test takers are advised to keep the admit card safe.
BHU LLB entrance exam will be held pen and paper based mode for admission to the LLB programmes of the university. The question booklet of BHU UET law will include 150 MCQs divided among four sections - Common Legal Knowledge, General Awareness and Current Affairs, Aptitude and Mental Ability and Language Comprehension. To complete the test, candidates will be allotted 120 minutes. Each correct answer will be awarded 3 marks while 1 mark will be deducted for wrong attempts. There will be two sets of MCQs for the Language Comprehension section, one in Hindi and other in English.
It is important for the aspirants to become familiar with BHU LLB syllabus before starting preparing for the exam. There is no official announcement regarding the syllabus of BHU LLB 2018. It is important for the LLB aspirants to become familiar with the topics of BHU LLB syllabus 2018 before they start with their preparation.
After going through the exam structure and covering all topics of the syllabus, aspirants can start solving the BHU LLB sample papers to check their preparation level. These sample papers are prepared by various experts on the basis of the exam trends of BHU LLB. Therefore, solving the sample papers regularly will help the aspirants to improve and understand their preparation level. After downloading each sample paper, candidates are advised to go through their answers to evaluate their strengths and weaknesses.
On the day of BHU UET law 2018, candidates must carry their admit card to the exam centre. Candidates reaching the exam centre 30 minutes after the commencement of the exam will not be allowed to enter the examination hall. The duration of the test is 2 hours and candidates are not allowed to leave the test centre till the test ends.
A week after the conduct of the exam, BHU will release the provisional answer keys for all the sets. Test takers are required to download the BHU LLB answer key 2018 and match the provided keys against their answers. For every correct match, candidates are required to award 3 marks while deducting 1 mark for each wrong answer. In case of any error in the answer key, candidates can file objections within the prescribed time-period.
The BHU LLB result will be announced tentatively in June. Also, the university will send the candidates marks, overall merit and merit within the category via SMS and email to their registered mobile number and email address. To check the result of BHU LLB 2018, candidates are required to enter their roll number. A merit list will also be released with the announcement of the result and it will provide the candidates name, qualifying status and rank.
The BHU LLB cutoff is the minimum marks required to qualify the exam. Based on the marks scored, rank will be allotted to candidates accordingly merit list will be prepared. Candidates will be called for counselling as their rank in merit list and counselling will be done for allotment of seats.
Through a computerised counselling process, candidates will be allotted seats to the LLB seats of the university. Only the test takers who have listed in rank list will be called for counselling. The allotment of seats will be solely on the basis on rank of candidates. A call letter will be issued to the shortlisted candidates. To participate in BHU LLB counselling, candidates have to register themselves, fill the preference and pay the required fee.
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