BVP CET 2015 Paper Pattern:
The Bharati Vidyapeeth University conducts the BVP CET entrance examination every year, for the sole purpose of admitting several students and candidates to its engineering programs and degrees.
The BVP CET 2015 entrance examination is expected to be conducted and convened in the month of May 2015. However, to be very precise this entrance exam will be conducted on the 16th May 2015, between 11.00 am to 14.00 pm.
The following article mentioned below exclusively states the BVP CET 2015 Paper Pattern, this article mentioned brief, but complete details with respect to the nature and the type of the questions, the total number of marks, the section comprising the examination etc.
- All the Candidates and Students will be given an OMR Answer Sheet for the purpose of answering the examination.
- The entrance examination will be conducted only in the Offline mode or Physical Mode
- All the Candidates will have to marks their answers by darkening the Circle corresponding to the option, to any given question.
- The question paper will comprise of 2 sections
- The two sections mentioned above shall be Mathematics & Physics.
- Each section shall comprise of 100 Marks
- The examination question paper shall comprise of 200 objective type (MCQs)
- All the Students are requested to select only 1 correct alternative, amongst 4 alternatives.
- The total weight age for the Question Paper shall be 200 Marks
- Every Correct Answer will fetch the Candidate 1 Mark
- There is no Negative Marking in the Question Paper.
- The entire question paper shall be in the English Language only.
Duration of the BVP CET 2015 Exam:
- The duration of the examination shall comprise of 3 hours or 180 minutes.
Important Instructions for all the Candidates:
- All the Candidates & Students are required to reach the Examination hall before the examination commences.
- All the Candidates & Students should bring the Original Admit Card as well as Original Government Identity Proof Photo Id
- No Candidate or Student will be allowed to bring any electronic device to the Examination Hall.
- Candidates are also “not allowed” to bring along with themselves any written or blank paper in the examination hall