BANARAS HINDU UNIVERSITY: STUDENTS PERMITTED TO CHANGE TEST CITIES IN EXAM FORM 2020
The Banaras Hindu University will be procuring an opportunity to the BHU Entrance Test candidate to alter their examination centers of their selected test city as Choice 1. This facility is being given by the university in the wake of the ongoing COVID-19 problem.
The application procedure for the Banaras Hindu University Entrance Test ended on March 12, 202, while the exams were planned to be performed in April – May 2020 which were suspended due to the COVID-19 lockdown in the nation.
As said in the notification provided on the website, while submitting the application forms for BHU Entrance Test 2020 nominees were given the choice to select five examination towns for the exams. Now, the institute is set to provide the candidates with an opportunity to change the preferred entrance test city (Choice 1) in the application form. The last date to make the modifications in the test city is June 20, 2020.
The relief is especially being given for those prospects who have entered a particular city as the first option but have shifted away since the lockdown has been imposed. Such aspirants can select the exam test city to the one nearest to them at present to appear for the entrance test.
In order to make the alternative in the entrance test city, the aspirants are required to login to the candies postal link functional on the official website. Following this, prospects can click on the ‘Centre Change’ icon procured and change the examination city selected to the one preferred and redeem the changes.
Nominees who wish to make the alteration in the test city in their Banaras Hindu University can visit the official website of the institute for additional details and instructions for making changes in the application forms.
Also, With a goal to be a component of top 500 universities of the world, Banaras Hindu University (BHU) is broadening its international hostel, building digital classrooms, boosting graduate and postgraduate laboratories, and adorning its campus under the institute of excellence (IoE) scheme, asserted BHU public relations officer, Dr. Rajesh Singh.
Endeavor has already started for widening academic and research facilities. The international hostel of 110 rooms is almost prepared. It will help the university persuade more foreign students.
He said that a center for Vedic science has been set up in the colleges for research and to ascertain a link between ancient Indian knowledge and modern science. The center will also work for reestablishing the excellent sources of proficiency, Veda, and its wide coverage and will also review their effect in comprehending contemporary science and technology.
BHU has also approved an MoU with a solar energy corporation for arranging a solar energy center and a green energy center for research in this field.
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