BLDE UGET 2016
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Exam Name: Bijapur Liberal District Educational University

 

Commonly Known As: BLDE UGET

 

Exam type: State Level Examination

 

Exam category:  Under graduate level

 

Conducting body: BLDE University, Bijapur

 

BLDE UGET 2016 EligibilityCandidates should have completed 10+2 or equivalent exam with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English. Candidates are required to pass in every subject individually. According to BLDE UGET 2016 eligibility criteria, it is mandatory for students to pass 10+2 examination with minimum 50% marks who belong to general category and 40% for students belong to Scheduled caste/Scheduled Tribe or Other Backward class category. Apart from academic qualification, candidates should be older than 17 years of age on or before December 31st, 2016.

 

BLDE UGET 2016 Application form- Application form of BLDE UGET 2016 is available in from  March 2, 2016. Last date to download the application form of BLDE UGET 2016 is May 16, 2016. Candidates will be required to fill up the 2016 BLDE UGET application form online and take a print out of completed application form send it along with the enclosures to the examination conducting university. The last date to receive the hard cop of BLDE UGET 2016 application form along with enclosures either in Person or by Post / Courier is May 20, 2016, up to 5:00 pm. 

 

BLDE UGET 2016 Important dates- Important dates of BLDE UGET 2016 exam, admit card and other important dates are given below. Candidates can find the complete information on BLDE UGET 2016 important dates from the table given below:

BLDE UGET 2016 Exam Events

 Important Dates 

BLDE UGET 2016 Application Form Available from

March 2, 2016

Last day to download the BLDE UGET 2016 Application Form

May 16, 2016

Last date to receive Hard Copy of BLDE UGET 2016 Application Form alongwith enclosures 

May 20, 2016

Last date to receive Request for change of TEST Centre

May 16, 206

Downloading of BLDE UGET 2016admit card

May 17, 2016

BLDE UGET 2016 Entrance Test

May 28, 2016

BLDE UGET 2016 result / Publishing Rank list

On or before June 5, 2016

Downloading of Rank Cards/ Counseling Letter

June 6, 2016

First round of counseling & Admission

June 24, 2016

Last day to Withdraw the Admission

July 30, 2016

Second round of counseling & Admission for vacant seats

July 31, 2016

Commencement of Academic session

August 1, 2016

BLDE UGET 2016 Exam Pattern- Exam pattern of the BLDE UGET 2016 will be based on syllabus of Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Bio-technology of PUC I & II year prescribed by Pre University Board of Karnataka. There will approximately 180 questions; 60 questions in each section. Candidates will get 180 minutes to complete the 2016 BLDE UGET entrance exam. According to 2016 BLDE UGET exam pattern,for each correct response candidates will get one mark and there is no negative marking for incorrect response. 

BLDE UGET 2016 Admit Card- Test Admission Ticket of BLDE UGET 2016 will be available to download from May 17, 2016. Candidates will be able to download their admit card of BLDE UGET 2016 with their application number. Candidates are also advised to keep on checking their 2016 BLDE UGET application form status after submitting it because admit cards will only be prepare for eligible candidates.

BLDE UGET 2016 Result- Result BLDE UGET 2016 will be declared on or before June 5, 2016. The result will be based on the performance in the entrance exam. Candidates can to check their result by entering their application number/admit card number and date of birth.

 

Contact-

The Registrar,

BLDE UNIVERSITY,

Smt. Bangaramma Sajjan Campus,

Sholapur Road, Bijapur-586103. Karnataka State, India

 

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