BHU UET Law (3 year) (BHU UET Law - 2016)

Pen & Paper | National Level Exam
Important Dates
Registration Date
Jan 29, 2016
Test Date
May 15, 2016
Result Date
Jun 05, 2016

BHU UET Law 2016 Important Instructions

I) Candidates appearing in the Final Year of the Qualifying Examination may also apply and appear in the Test. However, the candidate will be required to produce the original mark sheet of the qualifying examination at the time of counselling for getting admission. II) Candidates who were admitted as regular students to Part I / I-Semester of any of the above courses of study in this University through Entrance Test in earlier years(s) and who were eligible for appearing in the concerned Examination shall not be allowed to re-appear in the Entrance Test for admission in the same Course with the same combination of subjects, unless specifically permitted by the Ordinance of the concerned Faculty. However, they may appear in the Entrance Test for change of combination of subjects of the same course. Further, such candidates who were not eligible for appearing in the concerned examination due to shortage of attendance or for not filling the examination form in time will be allowed to appear in the Entrance Test for that course if otherwise eligible. III) If the applicant has passed the qualifying Exam where grades are awarded and: A) where the Grade Sheet does not mention the equivalent percentage of marks from grade points, the candidate should submit such a Certificate of conversion from the concerned Institution mentioning either the converted percentage, or the formula for the actual conversion of grade point average to percentage of marks; B) where the Grade Sheet itself mentions the equivalent percentage of marks from grade points, or the formula for such conversion, the candidate should get both sides of the Degree/Grade Sheet photocopied showing the equivalent percentage of marks/conversion formula. “Aggregate percentage of marks” will also include grace marks awarded to a candidate. However, it will not include the marks of those subjects where only pass marks are required such as compulsory language, compulsory environmental studies etc. and which do not contribute to the total in the final (degree) mark sheet. Similarly marks of additional subject (if any) for improvement of aggregate percentage/division will not be considered for calculating the aggregate percentage for admission in the University. Decision of the University in regards to such calculation shall be final.”

BHU UET Law 2016 Relaxation Policy

Relaxation in Minimum Eligibility for SC/ST/OBC/OBC–Minorities/Physically Challenged (PC) Candidates: (i) The SC/ST candidates seeking admission to LL.B Course must have scored at least 35% marks in the aggregate considering all the subjects in the three years of the Qualifying Examination as per recommendations of Bar Council of India. (ii) For OBC (OBCs and OBC-Minorities) and PC candidates there will be a relaxation of 5% marks in aggregate in the qualifying examination in minimum eligibility requirements, in comparison to general candidates. Relaxation in Upper Age Limit for Physically Challenged (PC)/SC/ST/OBC/OBC-Minorities Candidates: There is an age relaxation of 5 years in upper age limit for candidates belonging to SC/ST and PC categories and 3 years in upper age limit for candidates belonging to OBC, OBC-Minorities category for admissions in LL.B. Reservation policy 1) Scheduled Castes : 15% 2) Scheduled Tribes : 7.5% 3) Other Back Ward Classes ( OBC’s & OBC – Minority) : 27% “As per the decision of the Central Government, the Ministry of Human Resource Development, vide Resolution No. F 1-1/2005-U.1 A/846 dated 22nd December' 2011 and Office Memorandum of the same date, clarified that reservations in admission to the educational institutions as elucidated in its earlier Resolution would continue to apply subject to a sub-quota of 4.5 % for minorities, as defined in clause (c) of section 2 of the National Commission for Minorities Act, 1992 out of the 27 % reservation for Other Backward Classes, in accordance with the Central List of SEBCs/OBCs notified state-wise from time to time by the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment with exclusions notified by the Department of Personnel and Training vide OM No. 36012/22/93-Estt (SCT) dated 8.9.1993 as amended by OM No. 36033/3/2004-Estt.(Res.) dated 9.3.2004 and as modified by said Ministries from time to time, as applicable for the purposes for implementing reservation in admission to Central Educational Institutions as defined in the CEIs Act, 2006. Therefore, as per referred to notifications, such OBCs as belonging to Muslims, Sikhs, Christians, Buddhists and Zoroastrians (Parsees) communities will also be considered under 4.5% sub-quota for minorities within the 27% quota for OBCs as provided above.” 4) Physically Challenged : 3% “Visually Impaired (1%)+ Hearing Impaired (1%) + Orthopaedically Handicapped (1%) (on horizontal reservation basis). Such candidates will have to submit a self attested copy of Disability Certificate issued by the District CMO with the Application Form. The candidates called for counseling for possible provisional admission will be examined by a Medical Board constituted by BHU and if necessary, will be referred by the Medical Board to other recognized bodies for the purpose, as per criteria fixed by the University. The decision of the Medical Board constituted by BHU will be final. The Entrance Test for Blind candidates will be held at Varanasi Centre only. ‘Writer’ will be provided by the University to each blind candidate. The qualifications of ‘writers’ shall be decided by the University. Such a candidate is required to apply for ‘writer’ to the Controller of Examinations on the prescribed application form for the purpose at least 15 days prior to the date of the Entrance Test.” 5) Supernumerary Seats: A) BHU Employee Wards : “10% supernumerary seats in all the courses (including special courses) shall be available for the sons/daughters of permanent employees (including those on probation) of BHU currently in service or during the academic Session immediately preceding the Session for which the Entrance Test is held, provided the candidate fulfils the minimum eligibility requirements and claims that he/she belongs to employee ward category in the Application Form and qualifies in the UET.” B) Paid Seats : There is provision for supernumerary “PAID SEATS” (not exceeding 10% of the total number of seats) in certain courses, the details of which will be available at the time of admission from the concerned Faculty/Department. The desirous candidates are advised to keep constant touch with the Faculty/Department for knowing the detailed position regarding the process of admission under paid seats in the concerned courses, because in some of the courses separate notices are put on notice board for Paid Seats instead of sending call letters to all candidates above as per UET index. C) Foreign Nationals : “Provision to the extent of 15% supernumerary seats for Foreign Nationals exist: Out of which 5% seats shall be filled up by children of NRIs [Persons of Indian Origin (PIO)] and 5% by children of Indian workers in Gulf and South Asian Countries.”

List of BHU UET Law 2016 Centers (Expected)

State City Mode of Exam
Delhi New Delhi Pen & Paper