BHU M.Sc in Environmental Science Admission 2019-20 PET Entrance Exam 2019-20
BHU (Banaras Hindu University ) PET ( Post Graduate Entrance Test) Exam 2019-20 For admission in M.Sc. in Environmental Science course, a candidate will be required to submit a filled in ‘Application Form’ for the purpose. The ‘Application Form’ along with ‘Information Bulletin’ can be purchased from the Office of Controller of Examinations, Banaras Hindu University or some other designated offices of the Banaras Hindu University by paying an amount of Fees
BHU M.Sc in Environmental Science Admission 2012 PET Entrance Exam 2019-20
- The application for admission can also be submitted ONLINE. The details of this, can be seen from BHU Website
|Commencement date of sale of application forms from the office counter||:||6.02.2012|
|Last date for sale of application forms from the office counter||:||6.03.2012|
|Last date for receipt of duly completed application forms||:||6.03.2012|
Seats : Min: 10 : Max. : 31 Fee : Rs.30,000/- per annum
Eligibility | Qualification A minimum of 50% marks (equivalent GPA) in B.Sc. (Hons)/B.Sc. (10+2+3) as well as at 10 & 10+2 examinations.
The facility for filling the application forms online is also available. For further details on submission for ‘Online’, please visit the website www.bhu.ac.in.
A. Following modes of submission of duly filled up and complete application forms are available:
(i) ONLINE submission on BHU website as per procedure prescribed on the BHU website
(ii) Submission by Hand at the Countres of the Office of Controller of Examinations
(iii) Postal submission of forms
B. The last date for receipt of completed application forms is 6.03.2012. The forms dispatched through REGISTERED POST/ SPEED POST/COURIER on or before 6.03.12 with proper challan form will also be accepted if they are received in the Office of the Controller of Examinations, BHU by 13.03.12.
Syllabus | Question Pattern-
- There shall be one paper of 120 minutes, comprising Section A and B, carrying 360 marks and based on multiple-choice graduate level questions. The candidate shall have to attempt both Section A and Section B.
- Section A will have 30 questions from Basic Environmental Science and 60 questions from Chemistry. Section B will have three sub-sections, namely-Life Sciences, Physics and Geology with 30 questions in each sub-section. The candidate has to select only one of the three sub-sections of Section-B for answering questions.