BHU UET Counselling 2021 – Dates, Process, Online Portal, Fees Check Here

BHU UET Counselling 2021 Banaras Hindu University will begin the BHU UET 2021 counselling in online mode. Candidates will be invited to the BHU UET 2021 counselling depending on their rank. Candidates who will be shortlisted for BHU UET 2021 counselling must download their call letters, which they may do by checking in using their roll number and date of birth.

Candidates will be called to BHU UET 2021 counselling based on their category ranks, which include general, OBC, SC, ST, employee, and EWS. To finalise their admissions, BHU UET shortlisted students must go through three stages: filling out the online option, seat allotment, and reporting to the designated college. Candidates are admitted in BHU UET 2021 counselling based on their merit index in comparison to the available seats. The shortlisted candidates’ final BHU UET admission 2021 will be made after they have met all of the qualifying standards. To learn more about BHU UET counselling and other information such as the online preference entry form, seat allotment, provisional admission, and so on.

BHU UET Counselling Dates 2021

Candidates can verify the counselling schedule based on their programmes and ranking by referring to the essential dates of BHU UET 2021.

BHU UET Counselling Dates



Counselling starts

To be notified

Last date of counselling

To be notified

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BHU UET Call Letter 2021

Candidates who will be shortlisted for BHU UET 2021 counselling will receive electronic call letters from Banaras Hindu University. Candidates are notified of the issue of BHU call letters by SMS and email. Candidates must login to the entrance test portal’s ‘candidate sector’ to access the BHU UET 2021 call letters. Only those candidates who receive a call letter will be eligible for BHU UET 2021 counselling.

BHU UET Counselling Procedure 2021

The BHU UET 2021 counselling procedure is broken into three parts. Candidates are urged to download their BHU call letters for UET prior to participation in the counselling process. Candidates are urged to thoroughly go through the BHU UET counselling procedure described below.

BHU UET Counselling Process

Step 1 – Enter Your Preferences Online

  • To fill their preferences, candidates must complete the following online preference entries. It is critical that all candidates complete the preference entry form.

  • When admissions are made for more than one course based on the rank obtained in a common test for particular UG courses, this rule applies.

  • If a candidate has applied for a course that is offered in more than one place, they can apply for their preferred associated colleges.

  • Candidates must indicate in the form whether they want only regular fee seats or entrance into paid seats after the normal fee seats are full.

  • Candidates are strongly encouraged not to leave any options unchecked. If any choice is left blank, the computer will assume that the candidate does not have it listed as a preference.

Details to be filled on BHU Preference Entry Form

  • Honours subject with subject combination for B.Sc. (Hons.)

  • Honours subject without any subject combination for B.A. (Hons.)

  • Course Choice

  • Desired Affiliated colleges, or faculty, or department, or RGSC college.

  • Type of seat allotment.

Step 2 – Seat Allotment on Counselling Day

  • After candidates have finished filling out and submitting their online preference entries, the university will reveal the timetable for BHU UET 2021 counselling.

  • Candidates must arrive at the BHU UET counselling site at the specified hour.

  • Candidates must sign an attendance form when they arrive at the counselling location on the designated date.

  • The BHU UET 2021 merit list is very important in the seat allotment procedure. Candidates will be invited to the counselling session based on their rank.

  • After confirming all of their preferences, candidates can submit them, along with the relevant original documents, to the verification counter at the counselling location.

  • The candidate’s preference entrance form, once completed on the day of BHU UET counselling, is regarded as final.

  • Following submission, the computer will begin allocating seats based only on the candidate’s merit in the admission exam, preferences, and seat availability.

  • After all of the ordinary seats have been filled, admission to the paid seats will be granted.

Step 3: Obtain a Provisional Admission Letter

  • Those candidates who have been provisionally admitted can pick up their admission letter from the admissions officer the following day at the counselling location (10 am).

  • Candidates should review the crucial elements included in the provisional admission letter, such as the admission fee, payment deadline, and so on.

Details mentioned on BHU UET Provisional Admission Letter

  • Counselling date

  • Course of admission

  • Regular fee (admission fee)/ paid seat fee (regular fee + paid seat fee)

  • Mode of paying the admission fee

  • Last date of payment of admission fee.

Step 4 – Admission Fee Payment

  • Candidates must pay their admission costs before the deadline. Candidates who are unable to pay their entrance fee within the time frame specified may lose their chance of earning a seat.

  • Online option – Candidates can pay their fees using a credit or debit card using the BHU website’s online payment portal.

  • Offline option – Candidates can pay their fees in cash at counters located throughout the counselling facility.

Step 5 – Fee Receipt

  • Candidates must submit the offline payment proof at the counselling location by 4 p.m. on the next day of counselling.

  • Candidates who pay their entrance costs online, on the other hand, will not be required to provide this documentation.

  • Failure to pay the fees will result in candidates’ acceptance to the programme being revoked.

  • Candidates may be able to advance based on their preferences. If a seat in a course, location, or seat type of higher preference becomes available, candidates will have the opportunity to claim it.

  • Only after the last day of fee payment for the last date of counselling will the final assignment be made.

Documents Required FOR BHU UET Counselling 2021

Candidates must be at the counselling location on time and with all required documentation. The following documents are required:

  • Admit Card of BHU UET

  • Certificate of 10th class or equivalent

  • Mark sheet of 10th class exam

  • Certificate of 12th class or equivalent

  • Mark sheet of 10 + 2 class qualifying exam

  • SC/ ST/ OBC certificate on the basis of reserved quota

  • Transfer/ Migration certificate (should be carried in case of university except BHU)

  • Sports category certificate for candidates from sports quota.

  • Certificate issued by Central Registry for sons/ daughters of permanent employees/ re employed/ retired/ deceased employees of Banaras Hindu University.

BHU UET Counselling 2021 – Important Points

  • Candidates who have been selected for counselling receive electronic call letters on their registered accounts. They are also notified of the issue of call letters via email and SMS.

  • Candidates can obtain their call letters by logging into their BHU-registered accounts.

  • The institution does not send out call letters to candidates via postal mail.

  • Only candidates who meet the BHU UET eligibility criteria for UG courses are considered for BHU UET counselling 2021.

  • On the day of counselling, candidates are expected to bring the following documents with them. The faculty head or person in charge of BHU UET 2021 will scrutinise and verify documents provided on the day of counselling.

  • If a candidate is unable to attend the counselling round with the necessary documents, they will forfeit their claim for provisional admission consideration.

  • It should be remembered that the call letter assigned to the candidates does not guarantee provisional admission.

BHU UET Seat Matrix 2021

BHU has a total of 5216 seats available for undergraduate admission. According to the reservation regulation, these seats are classified into distinct categories. Candidates can view the seat matrix of BHU UET 2021 courses offered by the main campus and affiliated institutions in the table below.

BHU UET Seat Matrix




Faculty of Arts

B.A. (Hons.) Arts

3 Years

BHU Campus (Male & Female): 765

Mahila Maha Vidyalaya (F): 286

AMPGC (F): 383

VKM (F): 286

VCW (F): 412

DAVPGC (M & F): 309

B.P.Ed. (Bachelor of Physical Education)

2 Years

Dept. of Physical Education (M & F): 62

Faculty of Social Sciences

B. A. (Hons.) Social Sciences

3 Years

BHU Campus (M & F): 573

Mahila Maha Vidyalaya (F): 193

AMPGC (F): 383

VKM (F): 249

VCW (F): 210

DAVPGC (M & F): 326

Faculty of Commerce

B.Com. (Hons.)

3 Years

BHU Campus (M & F): 286

VCW (F): 96

DAVPGC (M & F): 227

AMPGC (F): 96

RGSC, Barkachha (Paid Seat Category): 114

B.Com. (Hons.) Financial Markets Management

3 Years

Main campus /RGSC, Mirzapur (M & F): Min. – 31

Max. – 62

Institute of Science

B. Sc. (Hons.) Maths Group

3 Years

Faculty of Science (M & F): 573

Mahila Maha Vidyalaya (F): 96

B. Sc. (Hons.) Bio Group

3 Years

Faculty of Science (M & F): 383

Mahila Maha Vidyalaya (F): 193

Faculty of Sanskrit Vidya Dharma Vijnan

Shastri (Hons.)

3 Years

BHU Main Campus (M & F): 375

Institute of Agricultural Sciences

B. Sc (Hons.) Agriculture

4 Years

Main Campus (M & F): 154

B.Sc. (Hons.) Agriculture -RGSC

4 Years

RGSC, Mirzapur (M & F): Min. 31, Max. 50

Faculty of Veterinary and Animal Sciences

Bachelor of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry

5.5 years which includes one-year internship

RGSC, Mirzapur (M & F): 60

BHU UET Reservations 2021

Seats will be reserved in accordance with university policy. Following approval by the University sports board, suitable candidates will be assigned a seat under the sports quota. Candidates should look at the university’s reserves for various categories.

BHU UET Category-wise Reservations


Number of Seats Reserved





OBC (excluding under creamy layer)




Physically Challenged

5% (1% for blindness + 1% for locomotor disability or 1% for the deaf + 1% for autism, learning disorder and mental diseases _ 1% multiple disabilities amongst persons from the mentioned categories)

BHU Employee Wards

15% of Supernumerary seats

Paid Seats

Not exceeding more than 15% of total seats

ICAR seats

15% of Supernumerary seats (B.Sc Hons. Agriculture)


10 seats each for Arts, Science, and Social Science faculty, five for Commerce and four for Agriculture


2 seats each for Education, Performing Arts, Visual Arts, S.V.D.V

Vasant Kanya Mahavidyalaya – 4

Vasanta College for Women – 4

Arya Mahila P. G. College – 04


Mahila Mahavidyalaya – 10 (Arts – 3, Social Sciences – 3, B. Sc.(Math) – 2 & B. Sc. (Bio) – 2

DAV PG College – 12 (04 each for Arts, Commerce and Social Sciences)

Foreign Nationals

15% out of supernumerary seats