BHU PET 2020 has been postponed until further notice.
BHU PET Application Form 2020 - Banaras Hindu University had reopened the BHU PET 2020 application form portal from March 20 (11:00 pm) till March 21 (11:00 pm) for the registered candidates. All those candidates who could not complete the BHU PET application form 2020 can do it within this time frame offered by the university. The last date of submission of BHU PET 2020 application form was March 12 for admission in PG courses offered by the university. Candidates need to firstly register themselves for filling the BHU PET 2020 application form by entering the required details. After the registration process is over, candidates need to fill up the BHU PET application form 2020 and upload the requisite documents. The application fee of BHU PET 2020 can be paid in both offline and online mode. The university offers admissions to M.A, M.Sc, M.Com, MFA and other PG programmes with the help of BHU PET. The admit card of BHU PET 2020 will be released one week before each test. BHU PET 2020 will be conducted in online mode. Candidates can check below to find important details related to BHU PET application form such as application dates, the procedure to fill the form, fee structure, and so on.LATEST: BHU PET 2020 has been postponed until further notice.Aspirants for M.A Chinese programmes can start applying as well.
It is advised to the candidates appearing for Banaras Hindu University can check the important dates of BHU PET 2020 so as to not miss any admission events.
January 30, 2020
BHU PET Application form release date
Last date to fill BHU PET application form
March 12, 2020
BHU PET 2020 admit card
One week before each test
BHU PET entrance exam
To be notified
Applicants must keep the following documents ready while filling out the application form of BHU PET 2020.
Scanned copy of passport-sized photograph and coloured photograph in .jpeg format. File should be less than or equal to 100 KB
Scanned copy of signature in blue/black pen on white sheet of paper in .jpeg format. File should be less than or equal to 100 KB
Netbanking or Debit card/Credit card
Candidates must go through the below mentioned steps to fill BHU PET 2020 application form. No option should be left blank in the application form of BHU PET application form 2020. Candidates must also ensure that they fill the details in the form correctly since requests for rectification will not be entertained after the final submission of the form. The process of filling and submitting BHU PET 2020 application form is divided into steps -
Step 1 - Online Registration
Step 2 - Authentication of candidate’s identity
Step 3 - Filling application form
Step 4 - Application fee payment
Step 1 - Registration
Applicants need to first visit BHU PET entrance test portal on the homepage and click on “Apply for Admissions” tap to start with the BHU PET application process.
Candidates will be taken to an Applicant Login Box page. New users need to first register themselves for BHU PET 2020 by clicking on “Register yourself.”
Candidates will be able to see a registration form asking him/her for details, once the candidate clicks on the link. Candidate will be required to fill details like name, DOB, email id, mobile no., etc.to register. Fields marked in “red” has to be compulsorily filled in by the candidate. Once he/ she has entered the details, the candidate needs to click on the “sign up” button at the bottom to complete the registration process. The registration process is a compulsory step which candidates will have to fulfill, else they will not be allowed to fill the application form.
Candidates will be able to see a confirmation message displayed on his/her screen after the signup process. Furthermore, they will receive an email on the email id given by him/her and a verification code on the mobile no. provided by him/her at the time of registration. The candidate will also receive an activation link in his/her email which he/she will need to click on to complete the registration process.
Candidates must remember to activate the link, else their accounts will not be activated and will not be allowed to fill the application form.
If a candidate has not received the confirmation link in his/her email, he/she should check the ‘junk folder’ or ‘spam folder,’ as the link may end up being in any of these two folders. If the candidate comes across an email from email@example.com in the “spam folder” or “junk folder,” he/she should mark it as “Not spam” and add this email ID to his/her contact list. In this way, he/she will be able to receive further emails from this ID in his/her primary inbox.
Candidates will be directed to the validation page once he/ she clicks on the activation link. In the validation page, the candidate will have to enter the validation code as sent on his/her mobile number.
Successful validation will complete and confirm candidate’s registration with BHU PET 2020.
Step 2- Candidate’s Identity Authentication
Candidates are required to log in after successful validation. Upon logging in, they will be directed to the authentication page where their identity will be authenticated.
Candidates are required to fill in all the details in the authentication page.
The authentication process needs to be completed by the candidates to be able to fill the BHU PET application form 2020.
A. Aadhaar Rules
Candidates having Indian citizenship and owning Aadhaar card except for Assam, Jammu and Kashmir, and Meghalaya residents need to enter their Aadhaar number in the form.
Assam, Meghalaya, Jammu and Kashmir residents owning Aadhaar card are to enter only Aadhaar details during the authentication process while filling the BHU PET application form.
The residents of Meghalaya, Assam, Jammu and Kashmir owning no Aadhaar card need to fill their passport no./bank account no./ration card no./any other valid government identity mentioning their address. Such candidates have to carry and furnish the same document along with the BHU PET admit card to ensure their entry in the exam hall.
In case a candidate has applied for updation of Aadhaar card/Aadhaar card but has still not received updated Aadhaar/Aadhaar card need to enter the fourteen-digit Aadhaar enrolment ID/ update request number with slash ('/') printed on Aadhaar enrolment slip/update request slip.
Candidates who have filled their Aadhaar card details need to carry Aadhaar cards and admit card to the examination hall.
B. How to Fill the Authentication Form
Indian citizens need to select the option ‘Indian’ in the ‘nationality’ drop down box.
Candidates need to select the state of residence as mentioned in the Aadhaar card.
Candidates need to refer to the following guidelines to fill the type of identification and identification number.
Identification Type and Number to be Filled in by the Candidates in the Authentication Form
Applicants’ Aadhaar Status
Identification Number Type
Having Aadhaar number
Enter 12-digit Aadhaar number without space
Enrolled for Aadhaar but not having Aadhaar
Aadhaar enrolment number
Enter fourteen-digit Aadhaar Enrolment Number [with slash('/')] on the Aadhaar enrolment slip without space between nos. and slash
Applied for correction of Aadhaar but not received Aadhaar
Aadhaar update request number
Enter fourteen-digit Aadhaar Update Request Number [with slash('/')] on the Aadhaar Update Request slip without any space between numbers and slash
Residents of J&K, Assam and Meghalaya having Aadhaar Number
Enter twelve-digit Aadhaar number without space between numbers
Residents of J&K, Assam and Meghalaya not having Aadhaar Number
Ration card/Passport/bank account/any other valid govt. identity mentioning candidates’ address in these states
Ration card number/Passport number/bank account number/any other valid govt. identity number mentioning the address of candidates in these states (‘Identity Type’ number selected by them)
Candidates except for Jammu and Kashmir, Meghalaya and Assam Residents
Jammu and Kashmir, Meghalaya, Assam Residents
Candidates need to enter details including name, DOB, and gender as mentioned in the Aadhaar card.
After filling the above details, candidates are required to type the security captcha in security pin box.
Upon ticking the ‘I agree’ checkbox, candidates have to submit the authentication details.
Candidates will now receive any of the following two messages:a. “Your particulars have been verified and found correct and you are allowed to fill up the application form,” or;b. “There is some mismatch in the Aadhaar particulars furnished and the UIDAI data. In this case, carefully fill up the authentication form again with exact particulars (Name, Date of Birth and Gender) contained in your Aadhaar Card and repeat the Authentication process till you successfully authenticate your identity. Only after successful verification, candidates will be allowed to fill up the application form.”
After successful authentication, J&K, Meghalaya and Assam candidates will be able to fill the application form. Their identity will be verified in the examination hall.
Step 3 - Filling BHU PET 2020 Application Form
Candidates need to login with their registration ID and password to start filling application form of BHU PET 2020. After logging in, candidates will be taken to ‘My Application Section’. They will see a page titled “Status of Submitted Applications” displayed on the window.
They need to select the desired course type and course name they want admissions to.
At this stage, candidates are advised to first go through the eligibility criteria of BHU PET 2020 for the course they want admissions to before they start filling the application form. Candidate’s application will be cancelled even at later stages of admission if he/ she is found to be not fulfilling the eligibility criteria.
After confirming the eligibility, candidates can start filling BHU PET application form 2020 by clicking on ‘add course’.
Next, candidates are to go to the left panel. On the panel, candidates will find options like ‘applicant details,’ ‘upload photo and signature,’ ‘test centre preference.’ Candidates need to click on each of the options and fill all the details required.
Candidates are required to provide details like name, parents’ name, phone no., address, and so on. After filling the details, candidates need to click on ‘save while filling the BHU PET 2020 application form.
Candidates will be asked to select exam centres in the order of their preference.
After selecting the exam centres, candidates need to click on “Save and Continue.”
Candidates will be required to upload a photo and signature of specifications specified below. They need to click ‘Upload Photograph and Signature’ to upload the documents.
Scanned passport-sized and coloured photo of 4.5 cm*3.5 cm
Not more than 100 KB
Scanned copy 4.5* 3.5 cm
in. Jpeg format
Black or blue pen on white Background
Candidates are advised to carefully cross-check all the entered details by clicking on the “Preview Before Confirmation” button. Candidates need to change or rectify any details they find incorrect. After making sure that all the details entered by the candidate are correct, he/ she can click on “I confirm the above” and “Confirm and submit” button to submit the application form of BHU PET 2020. After this stage, the candidate will no longer be able to edit the form.
Candidates now need to click on “Proceed for Submission and Payments” tab.
Candidates will now be shown a page which lists all the applications completed. They will also be asked to confirm a declaration. They need to select the applications they want to submit and click on the declaration after reading it carefully.
Step 4 - BHU PET 2020 Application Fee
Candidates can make the payment of BHU PET 2020 application fee in both online and offline mode.
Candidates need to click on “Make Payments” icon on the dashboard. The candidate will be now taken to a page where they will be required to to select the course/courses they want to apply and pay for.
If the candidate chooses online mode, he/ she needs to click on “Continue for online payment.” The candidate has to make payments through payment gateway on BHU PET entrance test portal using credit card/debit card/netbanking.
If the candidate wants to make payments through offline mode, he/she need to select “cash payment through HDFC bank.”
Candidates will be taken to a page where they can generate and download HDFC bank challan.
Candidates can pay the cash by submitting the challan in any HDFC office on any banking day only during the banking hours.
The following window will appear after clicking “Continue for Online Payment”,
The following window will appear after clicking cash payment
After clicking “generate and print challan,” the following window will appear
₹300 (for one course)
₹150 for added courses
₹600 (for one course)
₹300 for added courses
Candidates will be able to see the updated fee payment status within forty-eight hours of making the payment.
Candidates can also check their application status by clicking on “My Applications” button on the dashboard. If the candidates have successfully paid the fee and submitted the application form, the application status will show “entrance test fee paid” and “payment id column” will show payment id. Also, the ‘delete’ option will no longer be available to the candidate. This indicates that the candidate will not be able to delete his application anymore.
After successful application process, the candidate will receive an email stating that his/her BHU PET 2020 application form is successfully submitted. Candidates must take a printout of this email and retain it for future references.
Candidates must check the eligibility criteria of BHU PET 2020 before filling the application form. If a candidate does not fulfill the eligibility criteria, his/her application form for BHU PET 2020 will be canceled even at later stages of admission.
Institute of Agricultural Sciences
Candidates with 4 year B.Sc Agriculture/ B.Sc Hons. Agriculture degree in a credit-based course programme.
Candidates with 4-year B.Sc Animal Husbandry and Dairying degree in a credit-based course programme will be eligible for admission in M.Sc Animal Husbandry and Dairying.
Applicants with a 4-year degree in B.Sc Hons. Horticulture degree in a credit-based course programme will be eligible for admission in M.Sc Horticulture.
Faculty of Arts
Candidates must have done their B.A./B.A (hons.) in 10 + 2 + 3 pattern from a recognised university and secured a minimum aggregate of 50% (excluding those subjects which do not add up to the final marks in the mark sheet).
Candidates must have studied the subject to which they seek admission into at graduation level.
For admission in M.A Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Russian, Marathi, Persian, Nepali and Telugu,PG Diploma/ Advanced Diploma is required along with B. A degree. Candidates must have also scored at least 50% marks in diploma, advanced diploma programme.
Applicants must have studied Pali/ Buddhist Studies as an hons. subject or a subject in all the three years at graduation level for admission in M.A Pali.
Faculty of Social Sciences
Candidates should hold a B.A./B.Sc./B.A. (hons.)/B.Sc. (hons.) degree from a recognised university. They must have secured 50% as minimum aggregate of the subjects adding to the total marks on the final marksheet.
They should have studied the subject they are applying for at graduation level.
Faculty of Commerce
Applicants must have graduated with 50% as a minimum aggregate in B.Com. (hons.)/B.Com.(hons.) Financial Markets and Management (10 + 2 + 3) pattern. The aggregate should include only those subjects which add to the final score in the marksheet.
The subject applied for must have been studied by the candidate at graduation level.
Institute of Science
Candidates must have studied B.Sc./B.Sc. (hons.) in 10 + 2 + 3 pattern and secured 50% as a minimum aggregate. The aggregate must include the marks of only those subjects that add to final score on marksheet.
The subject applied for should have been studied by the candidate at graduation level.
Candidates must have completed their graduation in Science, Engineering and Technology and Medical Sciences without Psychology at bachelor’s level is eligible for admission in M.Sc Psychology.
For Zoology and Botany, candidates must have also studied Chemistry at graduation level.
Candidates must have studied Geology as an hons. subject or as a subject studied in all the three years of graduation for admission in M.Sc Geology.
The mode of application form of BHU PET 2020 is online.
Candidates are advised to check the eligibility criteria before filling the application form of BHU PET 2020.
Candidates must enter their active and accessible contact details like email ID and mobile number for communication details.
All Indian citizens should own Aadhaar card issued by UIDAI. Candidates have to enter details in BHU PET application form as mentioned in their Aadhaar cards. In case of any mismatch, the candidate will not be able to fill in his/her application form. Candidates are to ensure that the details mentioned on their school records match with the Aadhaar details.
The scanned images must be uploaded in the mentioned specifications.
Candidates are required to enter the correct details in the application form of BHU PET 2020.
Exam Centres of BHU PET 2020
Exam Pattern of BHU PET 2020
BHU PET 2020 Sample Paper
The last date to fill the BHU PET 2020 application form was March 12.
No, BHU PET 2020 application form can be filled in online mode only.
No, candidates can select more than one programme in a single BHU PET application form 2020.
Candidates can check their BHU PET 2020 application status by clicking on “My Applications” in the BHU entrance test portal dashboard.
Candidates need to enter details like entrance test preference, correspondence address, applicant details and Parents details in the BHU Application form for PG courses.
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Cut-off is the margin line for qualifying any exam. Let us understand it from an example,
You are appearing in an exam of maximum marks 360 now cut-off declared by conducting authorities is 180, so you need to score 180 or more in that exam otherwise you will not qualify the exam. Sometime authorities also release the cut-offs in form of rank which means that if you secure rank less than Or equal to that cut-off than you will qualify the examination.
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Here is the link to the BHU PET MFA Painting question paper 2019
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For 2018 question paper here is the link
To download older papers you may click the link below
bhu pet exam was supposed to held on april 26 to may 10, 2020. however since lock down period is increased to may 3, the actual date of exam will be announced later, and he admit card will be issued before 1 week prior to the exam,
I suggest you to regularly check the official website for updated information.
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