BVP CET Law Exam Pattern 2020 - Candidates seeking admission to undergraduate law courses in Bhartiya Vidyapeeth Deemed University, Pune must carefully go through the exam pattern of BVP CET Law 2020. BVP CET law 2020 exam pattern contains information on subjects covered, type of questions asked, marking scheme, exam mode, etc. which will help the candidate align his or her preparation as per exam needs. As per BVP CET law exam pattern, the undergraduate entrance exam will be of 2-hour duration and include 100 MCQs, each carrying 1 mark. The exam pattern of BVP CET law also tells that responses have to be entered on OMR sheets by darkening circles. For effective exam preparation, the BVP CET aspirant should also refer the syllabus prescribed for the exam. Go through the rest of the article to learn the complete details of BVP CET law 2020 exam pattern.
The application form of BVP CET law 2020 will commence in online mode around 2nd week of February. Successfully registered candidates will be issued admit cards for the BVP CET law 2020 exam, which will be held tentatively in 4th week of June.
Mode of exam
Offline (pen-and-paper based)
Multiple Choice Type (MCQs)
Each question carries 1 mark. Also, there is no negative marking.
English Grammar, Usage and Comprehension
Legal aptitude, Analytical ability, and Logical Reasoning
Current Legal News and General Knowledge
Social Sciences with an emphasis on Indian Constitution and Political System in India
The above sections will contribute 25 questions each.
The BVP CET 2020 exam will be conducted in pen-and-paper based mode.
Candidates will be provided OMR sheets, where they have to record their responses by darkening the relevant circle.
For darkening circles (reponses), one has to use HP pencil or Blue ball pen or black ball point pen
If the candidate wishes to change an answer, the circle that has been darkened earlier has to completely erased.
One must take care not to make any stray marks on the answer sheet.
Also, don’t do any rough work on the answer sheet. Instead for any kind of rough work, use the test booklet.
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Synonyms & Antonyms
Passage based on any general topic
Indian Contract Law
Law of torts
Legal fundamentals and terms
Important Landmark, supreme court judgment
Miscellaneous such as Intellectual property rights, Labour laws, Consumer law, employment law, environmental laws etc.
Current affairs ( recent as well as from previous years)
International and National News
Awards and honors
Governments and politics
Static GK such as:
Indian and world history
Sports and movies
Science and technology
Business and economy
The exam pattern of BVP CET law gives a clear and official insight into types of questions asked in the exam, marking scheme, question type, exam duration, etc. which can help the candidate align their preparation with exam needs. This will obviously enhance one’s chances of admission. Conversely, not knowing the exam pattern may cause one to lose out on valuable marks and a seat.
If the circle is not properly darkened, it may not be evaluated. Also, darkening outside the circle should be avoided.
FIrst go through the exam pattern carefully and then consult the syllabus. Please note that questions in the exam will be MCQs only, so don’t waste much time practising subjective questions. Also, work on speed and accuracy.
No, the candidate shouldn’t do any kind of rough work on the OMR sheet; rough work should be done on the test booklet.
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+
For more details check the link mentioned below :
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Greetings Anita,Fees for management quota in Bhartiya Vidyapeeth Law college Pune is approximately 1.7 lakhs per annum.
That means that in 3 years you need to pay apx 5.1 lakhs.
This is the contact info of the Bharatiya Vidyapeeth Law college Pune:7507739540,7507776773
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