BHU RET 2021: Exam Postponed held on 11th April – StepInCollege
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BHU RET 2021 Exam Postponed held on 11th April
BHU RET 2021 Exam Postponed: The BHU Research Entrance Test 2021 – BHU RET exam has been postponed, according to the latest statement from the Banaras Hindu University (BHU). The BHU RET 2021 exam was scheduled for April 2nd, but it has been postponed for a week and will now take place on Sunday, April 11th. The varsity issued an official notification on its website confirming the postponement of the BHU RET Exam 2021, which was scheduled to take place today. "The BHU RET on April 2nd has been postponed due to a holiday, according to the official notification.
Download Admit Cards until 5th April: The university has realigned the timeline for downloading hall tickets and admit cards as a consequence of the rescheduling of the BHU RET 2021 Test. Candidates who have registered for the BHU RET 2021 exam can now access their individual hall tickets for the upcoming entrance exam until April 5th, 2021. Candidates must log onto bhuonline.in order to view and download their hall tickets. The university's official website has made the BHU RET Admit Card 2021 available for download.
Admission Test for Ph.D. Programs: According to the university's official statement, RET 2020-21 will be held for admissions to all Ph.D. programs, Integrated MPhil-PhD programs, and MPhil programs. The registration process for BHU RET 2021 started in September 2020, and the exam is now set for April 10th. The exam will be performed online due to the current circumstances. The BHU RET for session 2021 will be divided into two parts, each span two hours. The RET exam will consist of 100 multiple-choice questions valued at three marks each. The questions will concentrate on assessing logical and analytical skills.
BHU RET 2020-21: Exam pattern: Candidates should be informed that the entrance exam will be conducted in a computer-based mode throughout the world. There will be two sections to the entrance exam: Part A and Part B. Section A of the BHU research entrance exam will last two hours. The questions will be on assessing logical and analytical capabilities.
BHU RTE 2021: Marking scheme: The RET exam will consist of 100 multiple-choice questions valued at three marks each. In all RET/MPhil disciplines, there will be negative markings in entrance exams. Each correct answer will receive three points, while each incorrect answer will receive one point. Unanswered questions will not earn any points.