BHU Admissions : University gives another opportunity for admissions in UG, PG courses

Nitin Varma

Nitin Varma

Candidates who have registered but not submitted their preference entry form earlier will now be considered for admission during the mop up/spot round schedule. The process takes place at the official BHU website:

BHU Admissions

The Banaras Hindu University (BHU) announced on Saturday that candidates who have registered but not submitted preference entry forms earlier will now have another opportunity to get admission in undergraduate and postgraduate courses at the varsity. The process will take place on the official BHU website – – during the mop up/spot round schedule.

The process of admissions for UG and PG courses will take place on a merit basis for seats that remain vacant. The decision was taken after some students requested the university to be given a chance in the ongoing admission process. All students who wish to be considered for admission must meet the eligibility requirements.

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In a press release University said – “The University Admission Coordination Board held on 10.11.2022 considered the request of applicants to allow them filling the preference entry form so that they can participate in the ongoing admission process of UG and PG courses.”

Candidates interested in undergraduate (UG) courses have until November 14 to register. The mop-up round will take place between November 15 and 16. For postgraduate (PG) courses, admission will take place until November 21, and the mop-up round will take place on November 22 and 23. 

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