About Banaras Hindu University B. Sc.(H) Bio Group
B.Sc Hons Bio Group is a 3 years course (6 semesters) and is taught at Department of Science, BHU Campus and the admission of this course is based on a written test- BHU UET. the previous years question papers are also given to provide an idea to the students about the type of questions in the exam.
BHU UET makes the student eligible for admission to various Undergraduate Courses offered by Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi and it is one of the most prestigious Central Universities in the country.
BHU Admissions 2016 will be done on the basis of Undergraduate Entrance Tests, often known as BHU UET 2016 during the 2nd week of April and 2nd week of May 2016.
BHU B.Sc UET Application Process has begun from January 2016.
Download BHU Bsc Hons Admit Card will be available 10 days before the commencement of the exam. >> BHU Admit Card 2016
BHU BSc Hons Previous year Question Paper from 2016 to 2010 are given below this page. BHU BSc Hons Bio Exam Date was April 24, 2016 (3 p.m to 5.30 p.m) and the date has been changed to June 2, 2016.
Apart from B.sc Bio Honors, BHU offers admission to following undergraduate courses
BHU UET Application Fees for General Category: Rs 500
BHU UET Application Fees for Reserved Category: Rs 250
In case the candidate makes application for more than one course under UET 2016, the ApplicationProcessing Fee/Entrance Test Fee payable by them for each subsequent application will be charged as follows:
Banaras Hindu University B. Sc.(H) Bio Group Result and Counselling
Admissions will be solely done on the basis of merit in the UET, subject to fulfilling of eligibility requirements and availability of seats in the particular Course for which the candidate has applied for.
BHU UET Results are expected to be declared for all the courses during 1st and 2nd week of June 2016.
Banaras Hindu University B. Sc.(H) Bio Group Exam pattern
Duration: 2 ½ hours duration.
It will contain 150 multiple-choice questions carrying 450 marks, 50 each.
Standard: The question paper will be of +2 Examination or equivalent.
Each question will carry 3 marks and for each wrong answer, one mark shall be deducted while the unattempted question will be awarded zero marks.