BHU PET Exam Pattern 2020 - Banaras Hindu University (BHU) is responsible to release the BHU PET 2020 exam pattern along with the admission notification. It is very important for candidates to go through the exam pattern of BHU PET 2020 in order to know the marking scheme, the structure of the question paper, type and number of the questions, duration, important topics etc. By knowing about the BHU PET marking scheme, candidates will be able to know which topics to prioritise and need more of their focus.
Since there will be a criteria of BHU PET negative marking, candidates are advised to be attentive while marking in their answer sheets. As per the exam pattern of BHU PET 2020, the questions will come in Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) form and will be conducted in online mode. Candidates must keep the BHU PET marking scheme in mind since there will be negative marking. BHU PET 2020 will be conducted as per the courses on different dates.
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BHU PET will be conducted by Banaras Hindu University for candidates who wish to seek admission in postgraduate courses offered by the university. The BHU PET entrance exam will be held on April 26, May 10, May 22, May 23, May 24, May 26, May 27 and May 29, 2020.
The exam pattern of BHU PET 2020 for various postgraduate programmes differ as per the courses. Candidates are advised to go through the exam pattern in order to practise for the examination in a better and effective way. Listed below is the BHU PET exam pattern for PG courses.
BHU PET Exam Pattern 2020 – M.A.
Online (Computer based mode)
Language papers will be conducted in respective languages
Sanskrit paper will be conducted in both Hindi and English
Non-language papers will be both in Hindi and English
Total no. of questions
Type of questions
Level of Exam
Graduation level of the concerned subjects
BHU PET Exam Pattern 2020 - M.Com.
English and Hindi
Exam topics and weight age
Section A – Graduation level questions from
Accounting (30 MCQs)
Business Finance (24 MCQs)
Income Tax (6 MCQs)
Section B – Graduation level questions from
Business Organization and Management ( 24 MCQs)
Monetary Theory and Banking (12 MCQs)
Business Law including Company (12 MCQs)
Business Economics (6 questions)
Statistics (6 questions)
BHU PET 2020 Exam Pattern – M.A. in Social Sciences
Graduation level of the concerned subject
Exam Pattern of BHU PET 2020 – M.Sc.
Level of exam
For M.Sc. (Tech) Geophysics, equal number of questions in Physics and Mathematics
BHU PET 2020 Exam Pattern – M.A./M.Sc. Common Programmes
Graduation level of concerned subjects under the programme
For Statistics related programmes, graduation level questions from Statistics
The university has set a certain criteria for the marking scheme to be followed in the entrance examination for Pg courses. Listed below is the marking scheme of BHU PET which can be checked by the candidates to plan their preparation accordingly.
BHU PET Marking Scheme 2020
Marks of each question
Maximum/Total marks of BHU PET question paper
Improper markings to avoid
Making ovals, darkening more than one oval, line marks, tick marks, cross marks, etc
Since the BHU PET exam will be held in computer-based mode, candidates must make sure they know the functionalities of the BHU PET question paper. Given below are the instructions that candidates can go through in order to know the details on how to answer the online examination.
A computer terminal (node) will be allotted to candidates after their admit card is verified in the examination centre.
Candidates will be needed to login using their login ID and password which will be provided by the invigilator.
After putting the login credentials, computer’s screen will show the welcome login screen, Candidate‟s photograph and Course Name and Course Code opted by the candidate.
Candidates are suggested to go through the instructions properly which will mention all the functionalities of the online examination.
Aspirants must select the right option by clicking on the space provided and thereafter SAVE the Answer by clicking “SAVE & NEXT” button. Candidate can also click on “SAVE and MARKED for REVIEW” button, if they intend to review the answer later.
If a candidate is not sure about the correct answer to a question and intends to revisit the question later, they must click on “MARKED FOR REVIEW” button. In such a situation the question will not be evaluated as the answer has not been marked for review.
In order to change the previously saved answer of any of the questions, corresponding questions from the Question Palette and then click on “CLEAR RESPONSE” button. Following this candidates must click on the desired option followed by clicking “SAVE & NEXT” button.
To skip a question, click on “NEXT” button. It must be noted that “BACK” and “NEXT” buttons are available for candidates to move to the next question or go back to previous question, as desired.
There are certain important instructions and guidelines to be kept in mind on the day of the BHU PET examination. BHU PET 2020 candidates must have a look and follow them.
Aspirants must not forget to carry their BHU PET 2020 admit cards and aadhaar cards (bank account no./passport no./any other valid government id/ration card no., if they do not own an aadhaar card) for ID proof. Failing to do so will result in the candidate's loss of chance to sit for the exam.
Candidates are strictly advised to not tamper with their admit cards. Also, they must ensure that the photo on their admit cards match with their faces.
Late-comers will not be allowed to enter the examination hall. Therefore, candidates must visit the centre half an hour before the commencement of the exam.
BHU PET 2020 refrains candidates from bringing any electrical devices such as calculators, watch calculators, electronic diary, earphones, digital watch, alarm clock, licensed weapons, harmful tools, pager, fire arms, etc.
Candidates can practise for the online examination through the sample papers of BHU PET 2020 which are available online. With the help of BHU PET sample papers 2020, candidates will be able to know the types of questions that have been consistently coming through the years. The BHU PET 2020 sample papers are the question papers that had come in the previous years’ academic entrance examination. Practising the sample papers of BHU PET 2020 help the aspirants to get a better idea of the exam’s syllabus, types of questions that might come in the test, different marking schemes, etc. By solving the BHU PET 2020 sample papers the candidates can have an idea of having better preparation strategies. Practising by solving the question papers of BHU PET sample papers 2020 will not only help them evaluating performance but also figuring out their weak areas.
As per the details mentioned in the exam pattern of BHU PET 2020, the candidates can edit their answer by clicking on the question marks and marking it rightly. The candidates will not lose any of their marking histories after doing that.
The BHU PET question paper will consist of MCQs. There will be questions with four options, out of which the candidates are supposed to mark one that is correct.
The BHU PET exam pattern consists of the question paper that will be computer-based (online).
The duration of the examination is 2 hours (120 minutes). No, the candidates do not get any extra time for revision. However, according to the exam pattern of BHU PET 2020, the candidates can mark the questions for review so that they can review it at the end of the examination in case of any doubt.
The candidates must go through the syllabus, make a time-table for the preparation. They can also solve several BHU PET sample papers 2020 in order to prepare for the exam.
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Officially there is no particular syllabus mentioned for BHU Entrance Exam however as per the official the level of the exam will be graduation level of the concerned subject.
You can check the previous year papers to go through with the given below link.
Yes you can appear for NET examination after giving one year LLM as it is considered to be equivalent with 2 year program and the guidelines of UGC says that post graduation is required to appear for the NET exam. The only thing to check is that your University should be approved by the UGC.
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