BHU LLB 2017 – The entrance test for admission to the LLB programmes of Banaras Hindu University (BHU) was conducted on May 31. The BHU LLB 2017 entrance test was held in online mode across 16 cities. The entrance test had a total of 150 questions and the duration of the test was 120 minutes. The total marks of the test were 450 i.e. each MCQs carried 3 marks. For every wrong question, 1 mark was deducted. The date for the announcement of result is yet to be announced, however, it is expected to be announced in the third week of June 2017. The qualifying candidates are will be eligible to take part in the counselling rounds which is expected to be held in first week of July 2017. Know more about BHU LLB 2017 entrance test, cutoff, result, counselling process, etc. from this article.
BHU LLB 2017 Result
BHU LLB 2017 Cutoff
The notification for BHU 2017 LLB has been announced along with the schedule. The table below provides the important dates of BHU LLB Entrance Exam 2017. Check the table and get familiar with the schedule so that they don’t miss any deadline.
|BHU LLB Important Dates 2017|
|S.No.||BHU LLB Events||Dates|
|1.||Registration process started from||February 02, 2017|
|2.||Conclusion of application process||March 04, 2017|
|3.||Availability of admit card||April 24, 2017|
|4.||BHU LLB entrance test||May 31, 2017 (Earlier date was April 16, 2017)|
|5.||Issuance of answer key||June 04, 2017 (tentative)|
|6.||Announcement of result||3rd week of June 2017|
|7.||Commencement of counselling rounds||1st week of July 2017|
Note: It is important for the candidates to be familiar with the schedule of the test so that they don’t miss any deadline.
Some General Facts of BHU LLB Entrance Exam 2017
- Name of the Exam – Banaras Hindu University, Undergraduate Entrance Test
- Level – National level
- Mode of Exam – Offline
- Courses offered – LL.B (Hons.) and B.A. LL.B (Hons.)
- Conducting body – Banaras Hindu University
The list of the test centres of BHU LLB 2017 are provided below. During the registration process, the candidates can select their exam centres according to their preferences. The test will be held on the following centres –
- Rajiv Gandhi South Campus – Barkachha, Mirzapur
The candidates who have successfully submitted the application form before the deadline will be issued the admit card. To access the admit card, the candidates are required to log in with their respective login IDs, which was provided to them after the registration. Also, with the availability of the admit card, the candidates will be notified through an email and SMS.
The hall ticket for BHU LLB Exam is an important document and the candidates must produce it to the examiner at the exam hall to seek entry. If the candidates fail to produce their admit card, then they will not be allowed to write the exam. Also, the admit card will furnish the details of the candidates and the exam.
The test for BHU UET LLB was held in offline mode and the duration of the test is 120 minutes i.e. 2 hours. In these 120 minutes, the candidates are required to appear for 120 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs). The total mark of the test is 450 only. These MCQs will be based on the following topics –
- General Awareness & Current Affairs
- Common Legal Knowledge
- Aptitude & Mental Ability
- Language Comprehension
It is important for the candidates to be familiar with the eligibility norms of the courses they are applying for. The eligibility criteria are the minimum requirements that the candidate must have to be eligible for the test. If the candidates fail to meet any of the criteria, then their candidature will be cancelled in the document verification rounds. The eligibility norms of BHU LLB and B.A. LL.B programmes vary from each other.
The candidates applying for BHU LL.B programmes must have the following criteria –
- The candidates must have a B.A./ B.Sc./B.Com/Shastri with a 10+2+3 pattern.
- The minimum aggregate marks in the graduation are 50%
The candidates applying for the B.A. LL.B programmes must have the following criteria –
- The candidates who have completed their 10+2 or equivalent from a recognized University/Board of India or outside are eligible to apply.
- The candidates who appearing the final year of the qualifying of the board exams are also eligible.
- The minimum aggregate marks must be 50% (OBC: 45% & SC/ST: 40%).
The candidates appearing for BHU UET 2017 are required to apply online for the test. The application forms was available only in online mode. With the release of the application form, the candidates can visit this article to apply. The registration process is expected to start from the last week of January 2017. Only the candidates who have successfully submitted the application form before the deadline will be eligible to appear for the test. First, the candidates are required to get themselves registered for the test, and then they will be eligible to access the application form.
BHU LLB 2017 Application Fee
The application processing fee or the entrance test fee must be submitted by the candidates in order to conclude the application process. The fee will vary with the category of the candidates. Last year, the application fee was Rs. 500/- (SC/ST: Rs. 200/-). The candidates applying for BHUB UET 2017 can pay the fee via online as well as offline mode. Through the online mode, the candidates can make the payment by using their Credit/Debit card. The candidates paying the fee via offline mode are required to pay the cash through the Challan in any branch of HDFC branch.
There is no definite syllabus for the entrance test of BHU LL.B programmes. The candidates can prepare for the test according to the exam pattern. As mentioned above, the question of the test will be based on General Awareness and Current Affairs, Common Legal Knowledge, Aptitude & Mental Ability and Language Comprehension.
Reservation Policy of BHU UET 2017
As per recommendation of Bar Council of India, the candidates applying under the Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe category for the LL.B course must score at least 40% marks in the qualifying exam. For the candidates applying under Scheduled Caste (SC) and Scheduled Tribe (ST) category, 15% and 7.5% of the seats will be reserved, respectively.
Around the last week of May 2017, the University will release the answer keys of BHU LLB Entrance Exam 2017. The answer keys will be available here in this article. With the help of the answer keys, the candidates will be able to cross-check their answers with the provided keys. With this, the candidates will be able to estimate their scores.
Around the 2nd week of June 2017, the University will release the result for BHU UET 2017. The result will be available online and the candidates can visit this article to check the same. The University will also send the result to their registered email address and mobile number. The result will furnish the candidate’s overall merit and scores within the category.
BHU UET Merit List 2017
Along with the announcement of the result, the merit list will also be released. The merit list will furnish the candidate’s name, qualifying status and rank secured in the test. The list will be available online and the candidates can access the same from this article. According to the BHU UET merit list, the counselling rounds will be held.
Banaras Hindu University won’t be releasing any cutoff scores for BHU UET 2017. However, the candidates will get to know about the cutoff details from this article. The cutoff scores are the minimum marks that a candidate must obtain to be eligible for the counselling rounds.
Only the candidates scoring the required cutoff marks will be eligible to participate in the counselling rounds. The merit list will furnish the names of the candidates along with their qualifying status. For the counselling rounds, the candidates can follow the steps given below –
- Fill up the online Preference Entry form.
- Attend the counselling at the provided venue.
- Pay the admission fee.
- Submit the proof of admission fee at the venue on the next day of counselling.