https //bhuet.nta.nic.in : UET, PET Answer Key and Response Sheet Released
The official Banaras Hindu University website, bhuet.nta.nic.in, now has the BHU Answer Key 2021 for the UET and PET exams. Question papers and response sheets have also been made available by the NTA. The deadline for expressing disapproval is Friday, November 5.
Today, November 3, 2021, Banaras Hindu University, BHU Answer Key 2021 for UET and PET was released. The National Testing Agency, NTA, has released the answer keys, question papers, and response sheets for both the UG and PG entrance exams.. On the official website, bhuet.nta.nic.in, students who took the BHU entrance exams can now check the answer key.
Offline entrance exams were held from September 28 through October 9, 2021. In the event of any objections, they would be allowed to be raised until 7 p.m. on November 5, 2021, at the earliest. For your convenience, we’ve included a direct link to the BHU 2021 Answer Key.
Based on the objections raised by the candidates, NTA would release the results and the final answer key in 15 days. Objecting to a question costs Rs. 200. In order to check BHU Answer Key 2021, candidates must follow the steps outlined below.
How to check BHU Answer Key 2021 for UET and PET
Visit the official website (bhuonline.in)
Click on the “Click here to challenge questions and/or answers – UET/PET 2021” link.
Further, click on “Challenge Questions/Provsional Key” tab.
Applicant login window will appear on the screen.
Enter email Id, password and given captcha.
Click on the “Sign in” button
BHU answer Key 2021 for PET and UET will be displayed on the screen
Download the answer key as a PDF file.
Banaras Hindu University (BHU)
NTA has been entrusted by the Banaras Hindu University (BHU) with the task of conducting Undergraduate (UET) and Postgraduate (PET) Entrance Examinations for all its courses for the Academic Year 2021-22.
Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Varanasi, one of the top Institutions of Eminence in the country recognized by the Ministry of Education, Government of India, was created by an Act of Parliament – BHU Act 1915 and founded by the Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya, along with a group of other luminaries, in 1916. The university comprises 5 Institutes, 16 Faculties (streams) 140 Departments, 4 inter-disciplinary centers, a constituent college for women and 3 constituent schools. It covers a vast range of subjects pertaining to all branches of humanities, social science, technology, medicine, science, fine arts and performing arts. 40,000 students from diverse backgrounds are enrolled here. About 2000 teachers and nearly 7000 non-teaching staff are part of the University. Students from as many as 48 countries also come to study here. The university has taken a leadership role in promoting new ideas, the spirit of integration of the world and cultivate intellect and culture.