BHU UET 2021: NTA revises dates for two exams, check revised schedule here

The exam dates of Banaras Hindu University Entrance Exam (BHU UET 2021) for admission to undergraduate courses have been revised. The examination dates for which have been changed include BEd Mathematics/Special Education (Mathematics) and BEd Humanities and Social Science/Special Education (Humanity and Social Science).

As per the latest notice issued by the National Testing Agency (NTA), the exam will be conducted on October 9 which was earlier scheduled to be held on October 6. BHU UET BEd Mathematics/Special Education (Mathematics) and BEd Humanity and Social Science/Special Education (Humanity and Social Science) will be held on 9th October from 12:30 PM to 3 PM.

BSc Exam Will be on fixed schedule
 However, BSc Exam (Paper Code 135) will be held on 6th October as per schedule. The admit card for this exam has been released on the official website   Students appearing for the examination can download the admit card by visiting the website.
Please inform that NTA Computer Based Test (CBT) / Hybrid (Tablet) / Pen and Paper Mode (OMR ) from 28 September to 9 October. Banaras Hindu University (BHU) is conducting Entrance Test 2021 for admission to Under-Graduate (UET) programmes.

NTA in an official notice 
Please inform that NTA has issued an official notice regarding the revised dates. Along with BHU UET 2021 schedule has been released and said that "Due to various issues at the backend, many candidates are not able to download their admit cards for test paper codes 104 and 105. Keeping in view the difficulties of these students, National Testing Agency (NTA) has decided to reschedule the exam date for test paper code 104 and 105 to 09 October 2021 (Saturday). However, Test Paper Code 135 (BSC AG / BSC AG RGSC ) will be conducted on 06 October 2021 in shift 1 from 8 AM to 10 PM.

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