BVP CET 2021

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BVP CET 2021

The BVP CET or the Bharati Vidyapeeth University Common Entrance Test is a university entrance exam conducted for admission in B. Tech. Candidates who pass this exam are eligible to seek admission in affiliated colleges of BVP University. BVP CET 2021 will be held in online mode from 20 June– 27 June 2021 for the Undergraduate courses. Read on to know more about BVP CET 2021!  

Name of exam Bharti Vidyapeeth Common Entrance Test
Conducting body Bharati Vidyapeeth University
Mode of application Online
Exam level National level
Mode of exam Online
Duration of exam 3 hours
Eligibility 50% marks in aggregate in the qualifying exam
Date of exam 20th June – 27th June 2021

Important Dates for BVP CET 2021

Applications started Already out
Last date to apply 13th June 2021
Admit cards Not required 
Date of exam 20th June – 27th June
Result declaration 6th July
Counselling 12th July – 14th July
Session starts 25th July

How to Apply?

We have provided the step by step process walkthrough for you to understand the process properly so you have no problems while applying –

  1. Visit the official website and register yourself.
  2. Fill the application form and upload all the important documents asked for.
  3. Submit the application fees of Rs. 1700 and then submit the completed form.
  4. Get the admit card and give the entrance exam.
  5. Check the result and attend the counselling sessions to get admission.

BVP CET 2021 Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility criteria is very important while applying for the exam and therefore we have provided the eligibility requirements here –

  • 12th passing certificate from a recognized board with Mathematics and Physics as main subjects
  • At least 50% in 10+2 is required to take the exam for all the candidates, whereas, SC/ST students need at least 45% aggregate
  • Applicants with a Diploma in Engineering should also have at least 50% marks for being eligible
  • There is no age limit or number of tries a candidate can have.

Bharati Vidyapeeth University Common Entrance Test  Admit Card

The admit card or the exam hall ticket is very important when giving the exam. It has all the important details like roll number, name, paper codes etc. which you will need to fill in your answer sheet. But the admit card will NOT be issued for the online BVP CET 2021. 

Exam Pattern

The pattern of the BVP CET 2021 is given below for the students to consider while preparing for the exam –

Type of exam Objective Type
Mode of exam Online
Language English
Duration of exam 180 minutes
Total questions 200
Marking Scheme for the exam 1 mark for each right answer.There will be no negative marking.

Syllabus for Bharati Vidyapeeth University Common Entrance Test 

The exam is divided into 2 parts with mathematics and physics of class 12 level and the topics which will be covered in the syllabus are given below –


Calculus Complex Numbers Determinant
Geometry & Coordinate Geometry Limits & Continuity Logarithm
Mathematical Induction and Binomial Theorem Matrices Permutations and Combinations
Quadratic Roots  Sequences and Series Set, Relation and Functions
Statistics Trigonometry  


Atoms and Nuclei Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Current
Electromagnetic waves and Optics Electrostatics and Electricity Gravitation and Properties of Bulk Matter
Kinematics and Kinetic Theory Laws of Motion Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism
Motions of System of Particles and Rigid body Oscillations and Waves Physical World and Measurement
Thermodynamics Work, Energy, and Power  

BVP CET 2021 Exam Centers

There are about 58 cities where the centers for the BVP CET are available and they are listed below so find the one nearest to you and get ready for the exam –

  Agra Ahmedabad Ahmednagar
Akola Allahabad Amravati Amritsar
Aurangabad Bangalore Bareilly Baroda
Bhopal Bhubaneswar   Chandigarh Dehradun
Faridabad Ghaziabad Gorakhpur Guwahati
Hyderabad Imphal Indore Jabalpur
Jaipur Jalgaon Jammu Jamshedpur
Jodhpur Kanpur Karad Karnal
Kochi Kolhapur Kolkata Kota
Latur Lucknow Meerut Mumbai
Muzaffarpur Nagpur Nasik New Delhi
Noida Panaji Patna Pune
Raipur Rajkot Ranchi Rohtak
Sangli Shimla Solapur Surat
Thane Varanasi    

Result and Cut Off

The date of the result is 6th July, 2021 and it will be declared online on the official website. You can log in with your registered email id and password to get the score card. Those who have passed will be given the score card which will have all the information about their percentage, qualifying status and regarding the counseling round and dates etc. Those who have passed will have their name on the cut off merit list which is released on the official website. If you have passed then only you will be invited for the counseling sessions.

Seat Matrix

The number of seats available in each course in the BVP University and the affiliated colleges is given below –

Courses Seats
B. Tech (Chemical) 60
B. Tech (Civil) 60
B. Tech (Electrical) 60
B. Tech (Production) 60
B. Tech. (Computer) 120
B. Tech. (Electronics) 90
B. Tech. (Information Technology) 60
B. Tech. (Mechanical) 120
B.Tech. (Electronics & Telecommunication) 120


The counselling session for BVP CET will be held in July tentatively and the letter of invitation will be sent to the first 5000 students on the merit list on their registered email ids. These sessions will be held at Bharati Vidyapeeth College of Engineering, Pune Satara Road, Dhankawadi, Pune – 43. The students have to take all the important documents with them for the counselling session and pay the tuition fees and other fees if applicable during the counselling. The admission status and the vacancy positions will be updated every day.

Contact Details

  • Address – Bharati Vidyapeeth College of Engineering
    Pune Satara Road, Dhankawadi
    Pune – 43
  • Helpline – 91-20-24407100
  • Email address – 
  • Official Website

BVP CET 2021 Preparation Tips

The following tips will help you in your preparation for your BVP CET exam and also help you in getting a good score in it –

  • The first step would be to be aware of the syllabus, marking scheme, pattern of the questions and other things.
  • The next step would be to make a timetable and routine to study.
  • Remember to give time to every subject and especially to the ones which you might find difficult.
  • You can check out the books provided and find good study material which covers all the syllabus topic wise. You can also take professional help if needed.
  • When you are confident about your preparation then you should try solving the previous year question papers. They help you with time management and you get to know where you need more practice.
  • Finally, do not panic and study hard. We are sure you can do it.


Is BVP private or govt?

BVP is a private deemed university.

What is the level of the BVP CET?

BVP CET is held at a national level every year for  admissions in the BVP and its affiliated colleges.

Is BVP Pune Good for engineering?

Yes, BVP Pune is a good college for engineering and holds the BVP CET for admission in various engineering courses.

Is there an interview in BVP?

No, there is no interview round in the BVP. The admission happens based on merit and if you qualify on the merit cut off list and clear counselling session, you get the admission.

Does Bharati Vidyapeeth have negative marking?

No, the pattern of the BVP exam has no negative marking. There is 1 mark each for the correct answers. You can read about the exam pattern in detail above.

So this was all about the BVP CET 2021! We hope this blog and the tips will help you get great marks and pass this entrance test with flying colours. You can read about other exams, careers, courses, universities or more tips on Leverage Edu. Our experts are also ready to provide help with the admission process, counselling and guidance. You can also subscribe to our newsletter or get a free 30-minute session with our experts for any help or guidance. 

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