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Content Writer: Shubham S Nimje


Published on: Sat Feb 03 2024Updated on: Mon Feb 05 2024

Aspiring to step into the vibrant academic landscape of Bharati Vidyapeeth through the BVP CET? This comprehensive guide empowers you with the knowledge and strategies to navigate the entrance exam and translate your dreams into reality.

Understanding the Gateway:

  • What is it? The BVP CET is a university-level entrance exam conducted by Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University, Pune, for admission to various undergraduate and postgraduate programs across its diverse streams.
  • Who conducts it? Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University spearheads the exam, ensuring a consistent and transparent admission process.
  • When is it held? Typically, the exam is held in the month of May, with the application window opening a few months prior.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Nationality: Indian citizen.
  • Educational Qualification:
    • Undergraduate Programs: Passed the 10+2 examination with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics/Biology, and English as mandatory subjects, securing the minimum eligibility marks as specified by the program.
    • Postgraduate Programs: Completion of a relevant Bachelor’s degree with the minimum required percentage of marks. Specific criteria vary for each program.

Exam Structure:

The BVP CET structure varies depending on the program you’re applying for. Here’s a general overview:

  • Undergraduate Programs:
    • Group A: Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics (180 marks each)
    • Group B: Physics, Chemistry, Biology (180 marks each)
    • Duration: 3 hours per paper
  • Postgraduate Programs:
    • Varies depending on the program chosen. May include subjects relevant to the field of study.
    • Duration may vary between 2-3 hours.

Preparation Essentials:

  • Start Early: Initiate your preparation well in advance, ideally in the months leading up to the exam, for thorough syllabus coverage.
  • Align with the Syllabus: Strictly adhere to the official BVP CET syllabus to focus on relevant topics and avoid wasting time on irrelevant ones.
  • Embrace Standard Textbooks: Refer to recommended textbooks like NCERT or other relevant publications for a strong foundation in core concepts.
  • Practice Past Papers: Solve previous years’ questions and mock tests to understand the exam pattern, question types, and time management strategies.
  • Consider Coaching Classes (Optional): Explore joining coaching institutes for additional guidance, structured learning, and expert insights.
  • Sharpen Your Reasoning Skills: Practice logical reasoning, analytical thinking, and problem-solving skills to approach questions effectively.
  • Stay Updated: Keep yourself informed about any changes in the exam pattern, syllabus, or important dates announced by the university.

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