Candidates who have been waiting to appear for the entrance test for Banaras Hindu University (BHU) might have to wait some more. The National Testing Agency (NTA) has decided to reschedule a few papers of the BHU Entrance exam 2021 for both, the undergraduate (UET) and postgraduate (PET) programmes for the academic session 2021-22.
The notification came after the entrance exams were clashing with some of the major papers. “Recently, NTA has come to know from the student community that some of the Test Papers of BHU Entrance Test2021 are clashing with some major Examinations,” the notification said.
Earlier, the exam was supposed to be held between September 28 to 30 and October 1, 3, and 4. However, now, the exam for Bachelor of Physical Education (BPEd) that was to be held on October 4 will now be conducted on September 29. While other exams like the BEd Mathematics, Humanities and Social Sciences papers that were to be held on September 29 as well as the BSc Agriculture to be conducted on October 3 will now be held at a later date. The NTA will notify the dates closer to the test.
Even though the exams have been postponed, the admit cards have been released by the NTA at the official website at bhuet.nta.nic.in. The admit cards can be downloaded using the candidate’s application form number and date of birth. The NTA said, “Candidates are advised to check carefully the code of the Test Paper opted for, address/location of the examination centre and the date and shift/s of the Test Paper in which they are required to appear.”
Notably, exams will be conducted in three modes – computer-based mode, hybrid as well as in pen and paper format.