BVP CET Law 2015 Admit Card can be received from June 13, 2015. Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University (BVDU) conducts University level common entrance test, BVP CET Law for admissions to various undergraduate law programmes including LLB, BA LLB and BBA LLB. Candidates appearing for BVP CET Law 2015 need to accompany BVP CET Law 2015 Admit Card to the respective exam centres.
BVP CET Law 2015 is scheduled for June 20 and June 21, respectively. Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University (BVDU) conducts BVP CET Law.
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Candidates will require to take a print out of the admit card of BVP CET Law 2015 after downloading it through this page, from the link given below.
Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University has notified that Admit Cards of BVP CET Law 2015 (BVP CET Law Hall Tickets 2015) shall be dispatched to the eligible candidates at their post addresses or registered mail.
If any candidate, however, has not received Admit Card of BVP CET Law 2015 by the specified date, he/she may ask for a duplicate admit card of BVP CET Law 2015 at his examination centres by showing his application receipt to the respective examination centres on June 20 and June 21, 2015.
Candidates appearing for BVP CET Law 2015 with a duplicate Admit Card/Hall Ticket of BVP CET Law 2015 need to carry the entrance fee/application form receipt, latest photographs and ID proofs, failing to do so will debar from appearing in the undergraduate law entrance exam.
Aspirants are also advised to keep a second copy of BVP CET Law 2015 Admit Card/Hall Ticket, referring the same for all future correspondences.
No candidate without a valid BVP CET Law 2015 Admit Card will be allowed to appear for the law entrance test on the scheduled dates.
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Can you tell me what is your rank and we know that there were 180 seats so if you rank under 180 then you definitely get admission
The candidates before proceeding for filling up the application form of BVP CET Law 2019 must check the eligibility criteria and ensure that they fulfill all the criteria set up by the university. The minimum academic qualification and percentage of marks required for the candidates to appear in the examination are as given below
The candidates must have passed 12th exam from the recognised board.
General category candidates need to score at least 45% qualifying marks whereas 40% of qualifying marks was set for SC and ST candidates.
The cutoff is the minimum qualifying marks a candidate need to score in order to get admission in LLB, BA LLB and BBA LLB programs and become eligible for the next round of selection procedure. The university will release the cutoff soon after the announcement of the BVP CET Law result. The candidates who meet the cutoff criteria will be called for further round of selection procedure.
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As per the cut off for general category in bvp llb 3 year ,your mark is good but still there are less chance of getting seat in counseling session. But if you did not get seat in counseling than you can also take admission through management qouta. in this qouta the seat is paid you need to pay the amount for management seat to get 100% assure seat over there.
According to your son's marks , its difficult to get admission in BA.LLB in bhartiya vidhya peeth.
As per the information candidate needs to secure at least 50% of the total marks ,it can be considered that the cutoff mark of BVP Law 2019 is 55+
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