BHU or famously called Banaras Hindu University announced its result for BHU UET 2017 on May 25, 2017, for B.A Social Science Programme. It is still in process of declaring results and will declare the result of other courses in BHU very soon. The process of declaration of PET 2017 result was started from (9 June 2017.BHU conducted BHU UET (Under Graduation Entrance Test) 2017 for admissions in its undergraduate courses, BHU PET (Post Graduation Entrance Test) 2017 for admissions in its postgraduate courses, and Law Entrance Exam for its law courses.
BHU has released the counseling schedule for its Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses and according to it the process will start from 4 July 2017. The admissions will be given according to the merit list and the no. of seats left vacant in a particular course. After the process gets completed, the students will get their call letters on their mail or will have to download it from the official site of Banaras Hindu University. The University will be conducting counseling of BHU UET 2017 and BHU PET 2017 in online as well as offline mode. The counseling will be completed in three steps – online option entry, seat allotment and reporting at the allotted college for both UET and PET.
How to check BHU UET/PET Result 2017
- Click on link of BHU UET/PET Result 2017
- Candidates will then have to enter their registration number/Id and password/date of birth to log in for result
- BHU UET/PET 2017 result will then be displayed on screen with candidates qualifying status for the entrance exam, marks as well as merit rank obtained by them in university level entrance test
- Candidates then should download the result page and should take a printout of it, for future references
Documents required at the time of Counselling
- High School/Equivalent Mark Sheet & Passing Certificate
- Intermediate/Equivalent Mark Sheet & Passing Certificate
- Graduation Mark Sheet
- Transfer Certificate
- Migration Certificate
- Admit Card (Entrance Test)
- Category Certificate
- Category Certificate
For UG Courses:
- Students must have cleared 10+2 or equivalent examination from any recognized board and should have a minimum percentage in the qualifying examination as specified in the admission brochure.
For PG Courses:
- For admission in PG courses, students must have done graduation in the relevant stream should have a minimum percentage in the qualifying examination as specified in the admission brochure.
For Law Courses:
- Candidates have to pass their graduation degree & secure 50% marks (40% marks) in the qualifying examination.
There is 5% relaxation in the qualifying marks for OBC & PC (Physically Challenged) category.