BHU Online RET Result 2017-18 Phd Entrance Test Cut Off ~ Counseling:
BHU MPhil/Ph.D Admissions 2018: The Banaras Hindu University Admission Committee seems to declare the Result of Research Entrance Test (RET) 2018. BHU in successive to Organizing the BHU RET 2018 on Revised 23rd December 2017 & evaluating the RET Answers Books seems to declare the Result/ Qualified candidates list/ RET Test-C eligible candidates/ Interview schedule etc updates.
BHU RET 2018 Entrance Result | Interview Dates
Banaras Hindu University Online Admissions Panel notifies the announcement in regarding the MPhil Entrance Test Result/ RET 2018 result/ Test-A, Test-B Results/ Test-C Eligible candidates list/ Interview dates at bhuonline.in webportal
Banaras Hindu University to provide an opportunity for inter-disciplinary research to candidates in allied discipline conducted the RET.
Note:- The candidates may opt for maximum five choices of disciplines, including their main discipline. The option/ preference needs to be exercised in the application form. Integrated M.Phil-Ph.D./M.Phil candidates are not required to fill up the preferences.
BHU RET 2018 Entrance Test-
Ph.D: Through Research Entrance Test (RET) 2017 and Direct Admission (RET-Exempted)
Integrated M.Phil-Ph.D in Life Sciences through Research Entrance Test (RET) 2017 and Direct Admission (RET-Exempted)
M.Phil: Through M.Phil Entrance Test 2017
BHU RET 2018 Result/ Interview Results:
The BHU Research Entrance Test (RET 2017-18) which was earlier rescheduled on 14.12.2017 will now be held on 23rd December 2017 (Saturday).
TEST C: Candidate(s) should visit the entrance test portal of the University (www.bhuonline.in) regularly after 3rd week of December for the results of the RET, names of the shortlist candidates in each discipline and date/time and venue of test.
RET Cutoff Marks/ Test-C / Interview Eligibility
Among those who obtain the qualifying marks (35%) at Test – A and Test – B separately, names of 3 times the number of RET seats available in the discipline will be shortlisted for Test – C of the selection process to be conducted by the concerned department/school/centre. Only such candidates as have obtained more than 35% marks in Test A and Test B separately will only be treated as qualified for the purpose of shortlisting for Test C. These names will be selected strictly on the basis of combined merit in Test A and Test – B (Marks obtained in Test A plus the Marks obtained in Test B)
All eligible RET-exempt category candidates shall also take TEST-C of the selection process. a) The Test – C will be conducted in the concerned department/school/centre by a Board to be appointed for the purpose and will carry a total of 100 marks for its two components, viz., writing a one page research proposal (30 marks) followed by personal interview (70 marks).
The Interview Board will examine the Research proposal submitted by the candidate and ask questions relating to it and other questions, including those relating to the area in which the candidate expects to undertake research, if selected, to test his/her competence for research in the discipline.
Website of the University Admission Portal: www.bhuonline.in