BVP M.Tech. 2014 Entrance Test BVP

BVP M.Tech. 2014 Entrance Test

Conduct of the ET (M.Tech.)-2014 :

  1. The examination will be conducted at the different locations, i.e., Pune, Navi Mumbai and New Delhi centres, at 11.00 hrs. to 14. 00 hrs. on 23rd June 2014. The candidates must report at the centre at least 30 minutes before the scheduled time of commencement of test.
  2. THE EXAMINATION HALL WILL BE OPENED 30 MINUTES BEFORE THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE TEST. CANDIDATES ARE EXPECTED TO TAKE THEIR SEATS at least 15 MINUTES BEFORE THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE EXAMINATION. IF THE CANDIDATES DO NOT REPORT IN TIME THEY ARE LIKELY TO MISS SOME OF THE important INSTRUCTIONS which will BE ANNOUNCED IN THE EXAMINATION HALL.
  3. A candidate will not be allowed to appear for the Test if he / she is late by 30 minutes or more to reach the examination hall.
  4.  The candidate must bring his / her admission card with him / her and show the same on demand for admission to the examination hall. A candidate who does not have the Admission Card issued by the Bharati Vidyapeeth University will not be admitted to the examination hall under any circumstances by the Centre Superintendent.
  5. A seat with a number will be allotted to each candidate, in the examination hall.
  6. A candidate will not be allowed to carry any textual material, printed or hand written chits or any other material except the Admission Card inside the examination hall. Candidates will not be permitted to bring personal stereo systems, walkie-talkie sets, paging devices, mobile telephones and any other objects/devices in the examination hall. Possession or use of such devices during the examination is prohibited and candidate is liable to be expelled if found using or possessing them. However the use of nonprogrammable electronic pocket calculator is allowed.
  7. No candidate, will be allowed to go outside the examination hall till the completion of the entire duration of test. Once the candidate leaves the hall (even for answering a call of nature) he/she will not be readmitted to examination hall. No exception will be made in this regard.
  8. Parents, relatives, or friends of the candidates will not be allowed to enter into the premises of the centre. No arrangement will be made for tea, snacks etc. for the students or parents.
  9. Candidates are advised to bring with them a card board or a clip board, on which nothing should have been written. This board will be useful to them while writing their responses in the answer sheet in case tables in the examination hall do not have smooth surface.
  10. Smoking in the examination centre is strictly prohibited. Beverages or snacks of any kind are not allowed to be taken into the examination halls during examination hours.
  11. Candidates should maintain perfect silence and discipline in the examination hall. Any conversation, gesticulation or disturbance in the examination hall shall be considered as misbehaviour and the candidates involved in such a behaviour will be expelled from the examination hall. Similarly, if any candidate is found using unfair means or allowing someone else to impersonate him / her, his/her candidature at the examination will be instantenously cancelled.
  12. During the test time, the invigilator will check the Admission Cards of the candidates to satisfy himself/herself about the identity of each candidate. The invigilator will also put his/her signature in the place provided in the Answer Sheet on SIDE-1.
  13. After completing the test and before handing over the Test Booklet and the Answer Sheet back to the invigilator, the candidate should check once again to see whether all the particulars required in the Test Booklet and the Answer Sheet have been correctly written. He should ensure that the Roll Number, Centre Code and the Test Booklet number are correctly written on the answer sheet.
  14. A warning bell will be given at the beginning of the test and also to mark the half-time of the test time. A bell will also be given before the closing time when the candidate must stop marking the responses or writing.

Mode of the test

The test consists of one paper. The question paper consists of objective-type questions on the syllabus mentioned in Annexure I. The duration of the test is 3 hours. There is no negative marking.

Test Booklet

Test Booklet : The candidate will be provided with a sealed Test Booklet with an answer sheet. The candidate will write with ball point pen the required information regarding: Roll Number, Name and Centre of examination in the columns on the Test Booklet without opening the seal.

The candidates are advised not to open/break the seal of the same before they are instructed to do so by the invigilator.

In the Test Booklet, there will be items/questions serially numbered starting from 001. Each item will be followed by four responses marked A , B , C , & D . Out of these four responses only one will be correct or the most appropriate which needs to be selected and marked on the answer script.

The Answer Sheet

An answersheet will be given to the candidates alongwith Test Booklet at the time of test.

This answer sheet will be of special type which will be scanned mechanically by Optical Mark Scanner. So the candidate should handle the answer sheet very carefully.

There will be two sides of the answer sheet.

Side 1 -

This side of the answer sheet begins with instructions for marking the responses. The following information is then to be filled in with a ball point pen only, neatly and accurately:

  • Name of the Candidate
  • Roll Number
  • Centre of Examination (name of the city)
  • Signature of the Candidate

This side of the answer sheet also contains the following columns which are to be written/filled in (Please study the specimen answer sheet appended at Annexure-IV) :

  • Roll Number : Write in the squares and darken (completely filling in) the appropriate boxes corresponding to Roll Number.
  • Test Form Number : Not to be filled

Side-2 :

This side is to be used for marking responses to questions numbered 001 to 200. After every question number, four boxes numbered A , B , C , & D . are provided for this purpose.

The candidate must indicate his/her response to the question by darkening the appropriate box completely with Blue or Black Ball Point Pen or HB Pencil. For example :

Q. 003 Mumbai is the capital city of the state of

(A) Tamilnadu

(B) Karnataka

(C) Orissa

(D) Maharashtra

The correct response is (D). The candidate will locate question number in the answer sheet and darken the box (D) as shown below :

Note : Please use Blue or Black Ball Point Pen or HB pencil for writing/marking particulars on Side-2 of the answer sheet.

  • The candidates are advised to decide about the answer before they mark it on the answer sheets. He/She must ensure that the box is completely darkened with Blue or Black Ball Point Pen or HB pencil. A lightly or faintly darkened box is a wrong method of marking and will be rejected by the Optical Scanner.
  • If the candidate does not want to attempt any particular question he/she is advised not to touch any of the boxes given against that question.
  • The candidate must not fold the answer sheet and should not make any stray marks on it.
  • A specimen copy of the answer sheet is given at Annexure IV. Candidates are advised to go through it and get conversant with it. The candidate will learn from this answer sheet as to how to fill in the information asked for and how to mark the answers. This will help the candidates to do the things correctly and save their time.

Changing an answer

  • If a candidate wants to change any answer marked by him/her on the answer sheet, he/she must completely erase the existing mark and then darken the appropriate box. Candidate must not leave any visible mark in the box after erasing. Otherwise the response will be rejected by the optical mark scanner. Such erasing should be avoided as far as possible.
  • Test Booklet number as filled in by the candidate in the answer sheet will be accepted as final for the purpose of evaluation. When the booklet number is left blank or more than one booklet numbers are indicated on the answer sheet it will be deemed as incorrect booklet number and answer sheet will not be evaluated.

Pens, Erasers and Pencils

The candidate must bring his/her own materials such as Blue or Black ball point pen or HB pencil (any other pencil H, 2H etc. should not to be used). In case any pencil other than HB pencil is used, the answer sheet will be possibly rejected by the Optical mark Scanner. The candidate must also bring his/her own sharpner and erasers of good quality.

Important instructions for marking

  • USE ONLY BLUE OR BLACK BALL POINT PEN OR HB PENCIL TO DARKEN THE APPROPRIATE BOXES.
  • MARKING SHOULD BE DARK AND SHOULD COMPLETELY FILL THE BOX
  • DARKEN ONLY ONE BOX FOR EACH QUESTION.
  • PLEASE DO NOT FOLD THE ANSWER SHEET OR MAKE ANY STRAY MARKS ON IT.
  • MAKE THE MARKS ONLY IN THE SPACES PROVIDED.

Pl. note that there will not be negative marking for the wrong answers chosen by the candidate.

Rough Work

The candidate will not do any rough work or writing work on the answer sheet. All rough work is to be done in the Test Booklet itself.

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BVP M.Tech. 2014 Entrance Test
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