BBAU will conduct one more entrance exam for vacant seats

Candidates who wish to enroll with the Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University (BBAU), Lucknow can apply till today. The university has still 884 vacant seats in different programs. BBAU offers 40 undergraduate and postgraduate course with different specialization.

bbau universityMany candidates who aspire to pursue their education from BBAU have been filling forms since the notice of vacant seats was released. The offline entrance test is proposed to be held on either 28th or 29th August at the BBAU campus.

The vacant seats at BBAU comprise of engineering, postgraduate diploma, and other certificates programmes. There are various available courses offered at the campus varied from masters courses in history to mass communication and development. In the science stream, there are courses varied from zoology to applied physics in which interested candidates can excel their career.

The vacant seats will be reserved as per the university norms. Of the 884 vacant seats, 651 will be reserved for the candidates belonging to SC/ST category while 233 seats will be available for general category candidates.

BBAU admission process is slightly different from the rest of the university. The university offers 50 percent reservation for SC/ST candidates in all the teaching programmes and research programmes. Also, the university keeps an additional seat reserved in each course for the single girl child, students belonging to BPL (Below Poverty Line) category or a patient of HIV, cancer, and thalassemia.

Though the LLB course at the university is not recognized by the Bar Council of India (BCI), the university had taken admission on the assurance that the BCI approval can come anytime. However, the fees were not charged from the students for the LLB course.

Established in 1996, BBAU objective is to excel education in science and technology areas keeping progress in another discipline too. The university was set up with the special motto to provide better education to the marginalized section of the society especially SC/ST people and women.

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