BHU UET, PET 2021 Results Declared

The results for the 2021 Banaras Hindu University (BHU) Undergraduate Entrance Test (UET) and Postgraduate Entrance Test (PET) have been announced on the BHU Entrance Test official website by the National Testing Agency. Through the UET & PET exams, BHU offers admissions for their bachelor’s & master’s degree programmes. The exams were conducted between 28th September & 9th October 2021 offline mode – pen & paper type objective exam & online mode – computer-based exam.

The provisional answer keys for the BHU UET & PET exams were released on 3rd November 2021 and applicants were allowed to submit objections to the answers until 6th November 2021. The exam was conducted in around 200 cities, towns and villages across India and admissions are granted for each course based on a candidate’s performance in the entrance test. Candidates who have appeared for the entrance tests can view the results & download their score card. The candidate’s score card will have details like – BHU Roll No., Name of the Candidate, Date of Birth, Exam Date, Subject Name, Category Application Number, Qualifying Status of Candidate, Sectional & Overall Marks Secured by Candidate.

Steps to Check NTA BHU UET, PET Results

  1. Head to the NTA BHU ET Website at –
  2. Go to the bottom of the homepage and click on the “Score Card BHU (UET) & BHU (PET) 2021”
  3. Enter the Candidate’s Application Number, Date of Birth and case sensitive security pin as shown in the image there
  4. Click “Submit” after filling in all the details in the respective field
  5. The BHU (UET/PET) result of the candidate will be displayed
  6. Candidates can download and take a printout of the Score Card displayed as it will be necessary for counselling & admission process

In-case of same marks for different candidates, the criteria to be followed is – candidates with higher aggregate percentage of marks will get a better rank, for B. Sc. Honours in Agriculture, only the aggregate marks in science subjects will be considered as differentiators and in case 2 or more candidates have same marks aggregate across all subjects, the candidate who is elder in age will get preference. Scheduled Tribe (ST) candidates have a 7.5% seat reservation in each course and Scheduled Caste (SC) candidates have 15% seat reservation in each course, provided candidates of these categories have appeared for the test conducted by the NTA and secured minimum qualifying marks. This is the first time that the BHU has not conducted the entrance test and instead it has been conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA).