BHU Entrance Exam in “New Normal”: The B.Sc ag (Agriculture) entrance examination of the Institute of Agricultural Sciences, BHU has been conducted yesterday, Friday, at centres built in two hundred and two cities across the country. This time around 72 thousand 630 applications have been received for about 204 seats in B.Sc Agriculture. Accordingly, 356 candidates will compete for one seat. Except BSc Math and Bio, candidates have applied the most for graduating from Agricultural Science.
This time five lakh 24 thousand applicants have applied for admission in various undergraduate and postgraduate courses of the university. In addition to the online entrance examination in the university, some selected courses have also been offered offline. Offline examinations will take place at BHU Campus.
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Scenes outside examination centres across the country reflected the ‘new normal’ amid this COVID-19 pandemic: staggered entry and exit for candidates, sanitisation at the gates, checking of masks, and students queuing up with safe social distance among them.
Director of Institute of Agricultural Sciences Prof. Ramesh Chandra said that there was a time when B.Sc Maths and Bio were the most applied subjects for study, but now agriculture is among the first choice of youth due to the increasing scope of agricultural science. BHU conducts 34 Graduates, 125 Post Graduates and 58 Diploma’s and Certificate courses. There are about 12 thousand seats in general, professional courses of various faculties.
Sanitization for the entrance examination of B.Sc AG had been done as per the guideline issued by MHA. Offline centres built on the BHU campus had been sanitized properly. Examiners were given entry into the chamber only after social distancing and thermal screening. As pioneers, the volunteers of the NSS has also shown the way to the centre to the examinees at various intersections.