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BHU PG Admission 2024: First Cut Off List Released, Check Admission Schedule Here

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BHU has declared the first cut off for PG admission. Image credit source: Freepik

Banaras Hindu University has declared the first cut off list for admission to PG course. Candidates who have registered for admission can download it from Samarth portal of BHU. This time the university is going to offer admission to a total of 8500 PG seats, out of which 500 seats are in the campus and the rest are in other colleges affiliated to BHU.

Around 50,000 candidates registered for admission to PG courses in the university. The last date to apply was June 3. The university had extended the last date to apply due to the Lok Sabha elections.

Keep this in mind

As per the official information, applicants have to accept the allotted seats within 48 hours i.e. by 11:59 AM on June 13. Online document verification date for accepted seat candidates is 14th June 11:59 AM. After verification the candidate has to deposit the fee before 12 noon on 15th June.

Registration fee for general category is Rs. 300, while for Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe and Disabled category applicants, the fee is Rs. is 150. Candidates can visit the university website for more information regarding admission.

Entry will not take place without these documents

  • Mark sheet of class 10 and class 12
  • Graduation Mark Sheet
  • birth certificate
  • CUET PG 2024 Scorecard
  • Passport size photograph
  • Address Certificate
  • Income certificate
  • Disability Certificate (if any)
  • Migration certificate from previous institution
  • Caste Certificate

When was CUET PG exam?

The CUET PG examination was conducted by the National Examination Agency from March 11 to March 28 in pen paper mode across the country. The Provisional Answer Key was released on 5th April and objections were accepted till 7th April. The final answer key of the exam was released on April 12. The result was declared on April 13.

Also Read – NEET Abolition Recommended, Know Full Details

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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