BHU-BLAT 2021: Exam Dates, Eligibility, Syllabus.

BLAT 2021
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BHU-BLAT 2021: Exam Dates, Eligibility, Syllabus.

NTA has announced the exam schedule for BHU UET. The schedule contains the paper wise exam date, time and mode of the exam. The candidates will be now issued the BHU UET 2021 admit card soon. BHU UET 2021 exam dates are September 28, 29, 30 and October 1, 3, 4.

Exam FeaturesDetails
Exam modeComputer-based test as well as paper-based test
Exam timings9 am to 11:30 am
Exam duration2 hours and 30 minutes
Exam medium/ test languageEnglish and Hindi
Type of questionsObjective type of questions
SubjectsFive subjects including, General Knowledge and Current Affairs, Legal Aptitude, Mental Ability (Quantitative) and English Comprehension
Total questions150 questions
Total marks450 marks
BHU UET 2021 Marking Scheme 

As per the exam pattern of BHU UET 2021, the marking/ evaluation will be based on the following methods: 

  • For each correct attempt by the candidates, 3 marks will be awarded to them.
  • In case of each wrong attempt by the candidates, one mark will be deducted from the total scores.
  • However, no marks will be deducted if candidates leave any of the questions unattempted.
BHU UET Syllabus for BA LLB (Hons)

The common topics from five main subjects to be included in BHU UET 2021 question paper are as under:

SubjectBHU UET Syllabus/ Topics
General Awareness and Current AffairsCurrent affairs
Indian history after independence
Indian politics
Medical science
Important dates/ years in Indian history
Legal KnowledgeIndian constitutional law
Constitutional rights
Fundamental rights
Intellectual Property Rights
Mental AbilityLogical reasoning
Series
Critical reasoning
Analogy
English ComprehensionVocabulary
Grammar
Synonyms
Antonyms
Spelling corrections
Idioms
Word usage
BLAT eligibility criteria
ParameterEligibility Criteria
Qualifying examOne must have passed 10+2 or any equivalent exam from a recognized university.
Marks in qualifying examGeneral category candidates need to score 50% marks in aggregate, OBC candidates need 45% and SC/ST candidates need 40% marks.
Those appearing in qualifying examSuch candidates may also apply
OthersIf a candidate has passed 10+2 exam or obtained Graduation/Post-graduation from Open University system, then he/she is not eligible for admission.

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