BHU Courses 2020
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BHU Courses 2020 - Banaras Hindu University (BHU) prescribes the list of BHU 2020 courses for various undergraduate and postgraduate programmes offered by the university. Aspirants wishing to get enrolled in BHU 2020 can check the list of courses given below in this article. Candidates can get enrolled in BHU courses 2020 by appearing for the entrance test conducted by the university. For undergraduate programmes, candidates need to sit for BHU UET 2020, whereas for the postgraduate programmes, candidates need to appear for BHU PET 2020.

Candidates, who wish to sit for BHU UET and BHU PET, can look at the courses given below in the table to know about the list of courses offered by the varsity.

BHU Courses 2020 - UG Programmes

Given below is the table of undergraduate programmes offered by the university along with the seat intake and the duration of each course.

BHU Undergraduate Courses 2020

Programmes

Duration

Seats

Faculty of Arts

B.A. (Hons.) Arts

3 Years

BHU Campus (Male & Female): 614

Mahila Maha Vidyalaya (F): 230

AMPGC (F): 307

VKM (F): 230

VCW (F): 330

DAVPGC (M & F): 246

B.P.Ed. (Bachelor of Physical Education)

2 Years

Dept. of Physical Education (M & F): 50

Faculty of Social Sciences

B. A. (Hons.) Social Sciences

3 Years

BHU Campus (M & F): 460

Mahila Maha Vidyalaya (F): 154

AMPGC (F): 307

VKM (F): 200

VCW (F): 169

DAVPGC (M & F): 261

Faculty of Commerce

B.Com. (Hons.)

3 Years

BHU Campus (M & F): 230

VCW (F): 77

DAVPGC (M & F): 184

AMPGC (F): 77

RGSC, Barkachha (Paid Seat Category): 92

B.Com. (Hons.) Financial Markets Management

3 Years

Main campus /RGSC, Mirzapur (M & F): Min. – 25

Max. – 50

Institute of Science

B. Sc. (Hons.) Maths Group

3 Years

Faculty of Science (M & F): 460

Mahila Maha Vidyalaya (F): 77

B. Sc. (Hons.) Bio Group

3 Years

Faculty of Science (M & F): 307

Mahila Maha Vidyalaya (F): 154

Faculty of Sanskrit Vidya Dharma Vijnan

Shastri (Hons.)

3 Years

BHU Main Campus (M & F): 300

Institute of Agricultural Sciences

B. Sc (Hons.) Agriculture

4 Years

Main Campus (M & F): 123

B.Sc. (Hons.) Agriculture -RGSC

4 Years

RGSC, Mirzapur (M & F): Min. – 25, Max. – 40

Faculty of Veterinary and Animal Sciences

Bachelor of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry

5.5 years which includes one-year internship

RGSC, Mirzapur (M & F): 30

BHU Courses 2020 - PG Programmes

Given below is the table of postgraduate programmes offered by the university along with the seat intake and the duration of each course.

BHU Postgraduate Courses 2020

Courses

Duration

Seats

Faculty of Arts

M.A. in English

2 Years

Dept. of English: 77

VCW: Rajghat 30

VKM: Kamachha 30

DAV P.G. College: 30

AMPGC: 30

M.A. in Hindi

2 Years

Dept. of Hindi 154

AMPGC: 30

VCW:Rajghat: 30

VKM – Kamachha: 30

M.A. in Bengali

2 Years

Dept. of Bengali: 77

AMPGC: 30

M.A. in Kannada

2 Years

Dept. of Indian Languages: 34

M.A. in Urdu

2 Years

Dept. of Urdu: 51

M.A. in Sanskrit

2 Years

Dept. of Sanskrit: 77

AMPGC: 30

M.A. in AIHC & Arch (Ancient Indian History, Culture & Archaeology),

2 Years

Dept. of A.I.H.C.& Arch.: 77

AMPGC: 30

M.A. in Philosophy

2 Years

Dept. of Philosophy: 77

AMPGC 30

M.A. in Linguistics

2 Years

Dept. of Linguistics: 43

M.A. in Nepali

2 Years

Dept. of Indian Languages: 43

M.A. in Arabic

2 Years

Dept. of Arabic: 17

M.A. in French

2 Years

Dept. of French Studies: 17

M.A. in German

2 Years

Dept. of German Studies: 17

M.A. in Marathi

2 Years

Dept. of Marathi: 34

M.A. in Persian

2 Years

Dept. of Persian: 17

M.A. in Russian

2 Years

Dept. of Foreign Languages: 17

M.A. in Chinese

2 Years

Dept. of Foreign Languages: 17

M.A. in Telegu

2 Years

Dept. of Telugu: 34

M.A. in Indian Philosophy and Religion (IPR)

2 Years

Dept. of I.P.R.: 77

M.A. in History of Art

2 Years

Dept. of History of Art: 43

M.A. in Pali

2 Years

Dept. of Pali & Buddhist Studies: 36

M.A. in Museology

2 Years

Dept. of A.I.H.C & Arch.: 09

M.A. in Prayojanmulak Hindi (Patrakarita)

2 Years

Dept. of Hindi: 23

M. Lib. I. Sc. (Master of Library & Information Science)

2 Years

Dept. of Library & Information and Sciences: 38

M.A. in Manuscriptology and Paleography(under Dept. of Persian)

2 Years

Dept. of Persian, Faculty of Arts: 15

M.P.Ed. (Master of Physical Education)

2 Years

Dept. of Physical Education: 40

Master of Vocation in Retail & Logistics Management

2 Years

DDU Kaushal Kendra, Rajiv Gandhi South Campus, BHU: 50

Faculty of Social Sciences

M.A. in Economics

2 Years

Dept. of Economics: 77

VCW – Rajghat: 30

VKM – Kamachha: 30

DAV P.G. College: 30

AMPGC: 30

M.A. in History

2 Years

Dept. of History: 77

AMPGC: 30

VCW – Rajghat: 30

DAV P.G. College: 30

M.A. in Political Science

2 Years

Dept. of Political Sciences: 77

DAV P.G. College: 30

AMPGC: 30

M.A. in Sociology

2 Years

Dept. of Sociology: 77

DAV P.G. College: 30

VCW – Rajghat: 30

Arya Mahila P.G. College 30

M.A. in Social Work

2 Years

Dept. of Sociology: Min. – 15 Max. – 46

Master of Arts in Anthropology

2 Years

Dept. of Sociology: Min. – 05

Max. – 30

M.A. in Public Administration

2 Years

Dept. of Political Sciences: Min. – 10 Max. – 38

Master of Personnel Management and Industrial Relations

2 Years

Dept. of Psychology: Min. – 15

Max. – 46

M. A. in Conflict Management and Development

2 Years

Malaviya Centre for Peace Research: Min. – 10 Max. – 46

Masters of Arts in Integrated Rural Development and Management

2 Years

Centre for Integrated Rural Development: Min. – 10 Max. – 30 (3 seats for foreign candidates and 3 seats for foreign nationals)

M.A. in Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy

2 Years

Centre for the Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy: Min. – 10 Max. – 20

M.A. in Energy Economics

2 Years

Dept. of Economics: Min. – 05 Max. – 50

Faculty of Commerce

M.Com.

2 Years

Dept. of Commerce: 154

DAV PG College: 30

Institute of Science

M.Sc. In Physics

2 Years

Dept. of Physics: 77

M.Sc. in Chemistry

2 Years

Dept. of Chemistry: 77

M.Sc. in Zoology

2 Years

Dept. of Zoology: 51

M.Sc. in Botany

2 Years

Dept. of Botany: 51

M.Sc. in Computer Science

2 Years

Dept. of Computer Science: 26

M.Sc. in Biochemistry

2 Years

Dept. Of Biochemistry: 22

M.Sc. (Tech.) in Geophysics

3 Years

Dept. of Geophysics: 34

M.Sc. Geology

2 Years

Dept. of Geology: 43

M.Sc. in Environmental Science

2 Years

Dept. of Botany: Min. – 10 Max. – 31

M.Sc. in Applied Microbiology

2 Years

Dept. of Botany: Min. – 10 Max. – 31

M.Sc. in Statistics and Computing

2 Years

DST: Centre for Interdisciplinary Mathematical Sciences: Min. – 10 Max. – 40

M.Sc. in Computational Science and Applications in Signal Processing

2 Years

DST: Centre for Interdisciplinary Mathematical Sciences: Min.: 05 Max: 20

M.Sc. in Forensic Science

2 Years

Dept. of Chemistry: Min. – 10 Max. – 30

Institute of Agricultural Sciences

M. Sc. (Ag.) Agricultural Economics

2Years

140

M. Sc. (Ag.) Agronomy

2 Years

M. Sc. (Ag.) Animal Husbandry & Dairying

2 Years

M. Sc. (Ag.) Entomology & Agricultural Zoology

2 Years

M. Sc. (Ag.) Genetics & Plant Breeding

2 Years

M. Sc. (Ag.) Horticulture

2 Years

M. Sc. (Ag.) Mycology & Plant Pathology

2 Years

M. Sc. (Ag.) Plant Physiology

2 Years

M.Sc. (Ag) in Extension Education

2 Years

M. Sc. (Ag.)Soil Science & Agricultural Chemistry

2 Years

M.Sc. (Ag.) Agroforestry

2 Years

RGSC: Min. – 10 Max. – 23

M.Sc. (Ag.) in Soil Science – Soil and Water Conservation

2 Years

RGSC: Min. – 10 Max. – 15

M.Sc in Food Science and Technology

2 Years

Centre of Food Science and Technology: Min. – 15 Max. – 25

M.Sc in Plant Biotechnology

2 Years

RGSC: Min. – 20 Max. – 30

M. Sc. in Bioinformatics

2 Years

Mahila Maha Vidyalaya: 23

Institute of Environment and Sustainable Development

M.Sc. in Environmental Sciences (Environmental Technology)

2 Years

Dept. of Environment & Sustainable Development: Min. – 10 Max. – 30

Common Courses

M.A./M.Sc. in Home Science

2 Years

Dept. of Home Science: 52

VKM – Kamachha: 20

M.A./M.Sc. in Mathematics

2 Years

Dept. of Mathematics: 115

M.A./M.Sc. in Statistics

2 Years

Dept. of Statistics: 51

M.A./M.Sc. in Psychology

2 Years

Dept. of Psychology: 51

M.A. in Psychology

2 Years

AMPGC: 30

VCW – Rajghat: 30

VKM – Kamachha: 30

DAV P.G. College: 30

M.A./M.Sc. in Geography

2 Years

Dept. of Geography: 66

M.A. in Geography

2 Years

DAV P.G. College: 30

VCW – Rajghat: 30

AMPGC – Arya Mahila Postgraduate College

VKV – Vasant Kanya Vidyalaya

VCW – Vasanta College for Women

DAVPC – DAV Postgraduate College

RGSC – Rajiv Gandhi South Campus

Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - BHU Courses 2020

Question: How many seats are being offered in BHU 2020 courses?

Answer:

There are 6,201 seats being offered in UG programmes and 5,419 seats being offered in PG courses.

Question: In which faculties are the courses of BHU 2020 divided?

Answer:

BHU courses 2019 are divided into faculties including Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Social Sciences, Faculty of Commerce, Institute of Science, Faculty of Education, Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Faculty of Performing Arts, Faculty of Visual Arts, Faculty of Sanskrit, and so on.

Question: How can I apply for BHU courses 2020 in undergraduate programmes?

Answer:

For UG courses, you need to take BHU UET exam. The applications will be released in the first week of February 2020.

Question: How can I apply for BHU 2020 courses in postgraduate programmes?

Answer:

You can apply to sit for BHU PET exam. The registration will be started from the first week of February 2020.

Question: Will the admit card for every BHU 2020 courses be different?

Answer:

The admit card for BHU UET and BHU PET will be different wherein, the admit card for UG programmes will mention the courses of Bachelor’s degree and admit card for PG programmes will mention the courses of Master’s degree.

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I will appear for 12th exam in 2020 (19-20). am I eligible for BLAT?

Papeya Dubey Student Expert 16th Sep, 2019

Hello,

Yes, you'll be eligible.

As per the Eligibility Criteria by BHU, students appearing in their 12th Standard Examination are also eligible to apply for BLAT. The minimum cut off marks varies among categories, for GENERAL it's 50%, for OBC it's 45% and for SC/SC it's 40%


You may also consider visiting the following link to know more details regarding BLAT 2020-

https://law.careers360.com/articles/blat

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How can join in BHU three year BL course

Sunanda Dhar Student Expert 11th Sep, 2019

Having a bachelor's degree with a minimum of 50 per cent marks in aggregate of all subjects is a must. If a candidate is appearing in the final year examination of the qualifying degree and wish to apply for three-year LLB entrance exam of BHU, they will also be considered eligible for BHU LLB.

Feel free to ask me in the comment box if you are having any further doubts

hope you find it helpful

Good Luck!

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What is cut off mark and rank for obc in blat

Deepanshi Verma Student Expert 1st Sep, 2019

This year's cut-off should be a little high because the paper was too easy. Since the seats are only 60 and almost 15,000 students appeared for BLAT 2017. Hence there are complete chances that the Cut-off will be High.

Now talking about the numbers, Past two year's cut off was approx 300 marks for General Candidates. Although paper of past 2 years were not this simple as this year's was. Hence I think this year it may cross even 320–330 (For General). F.Y.I. The seats for General category is not 60, ITs 28. Remaining seats are reserved for SCs, STs and OBCs.

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Is mathematics asked in blat .if yes then what is it weight age .plz reply me

Sriya Bose Student Expert 1st Sep, 2019

Hello Aspirant! 

The BLAT is the entrance examination for BA LLB at BHU. The BLAT syllabus consists of general awareness and current affairs, legal aptitude and mental ability and english comprehension. Therefore, for mental ability, basic level of mathematics is required.

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What should I study in gk for blat

Aditya kumar Student Expert 27th Aug, 2019

Hello there! 

Greetings! 

The GK section of any Law exam like BLAT etc is a mix of Current Affairs and Static GK.

Current Affairs GK includes questions from these topics:

  • International News
  • Sports and Movies
  • Business and Economy
  • Awards and Honors
  • Science and Technology
  • Government and Politics

Static GK includes question from these topics:

  • Indian & World History
  • Geography
  • Arts and Literature
  • Personalities
  • Science & Technology
  • Business and Economy

You should focus on judgements taht were passed recently,  important constitutional amendments,  important awards etc .

Thankyou 

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