BHU UET / PET Exam 2021 Today: With the Banaras Hindu University, BHU Entrance Test 2021 scheduled to commence from today, the exam authority i.e. NTA has released an important notice regarding it. The NTA notice about BHU Entrance Exam 2021 is about paper codes that will be given to the students as part of the exam. The notice provides clarification about the Test Paper codes and has been published online on the official website of the examination. Candidates who are due to appear for BHU UET 2021 and BHU PET 2021 exams are advised to go through this notice available on bhuet.nta.nic.in. Alternatively, the official notice has also been linked below as well to enable quick and easy access to the same for the candidates.
What does the Important Notice Say?
The notice released by the NTA comes following several queries and concerns raised by the exam authorities about the Test Paper Codes of UET, PET exams. The notice clarifies that for every course that the candidate has registered for they will receive Unique Test Paper Code except for the Common Test Papers for some courses. On the other hand, if a candidate has registered for a course that falls under the umbrella of Common Test Paper, they will receive a Test code of Common Entrance Test. This code will be available on the admit card for reference.
In this regards, the official notice reads "There will be a unique Test Paper Code for each Course except for the common Test Papers for certain Courses. The mapped list of Courses with common Test Paper Codes is mentioned at Annexure I. In case a candidate has applied for more than one Course which are covered under a common Entrance Test, he/ she will get the Test Code of common Entrance Test on his/her Admit Card. For more information, candidates may refer to the Chapter-4 (Details of Examinations) of Information Bulletin of BHU Entrance Test – 2021 (UET and PET)."
The notice further directs candidates who have applied for multiple courses, to cross-check the test codes with mapped list of Test Paper Codes. This can be done by checking Annexure I in the official notice, the link of which has been given above.