BAMU PG CET 2019 Result– The result for BAMU PG CET 2019 is available on the official website of the governing authority which www.bamu.ac.in. The result is available in the pdf form. Candidates can check their results. The Allotment of seats will take place on the basis of Category of the candidate. Now, candidates have to keep in mind they will have to fill the Option Form after the declaration of results in which candidates can select the Institutes and Courses as per their preferences. To grasp more information about BAMU PG CET 2019 Result, candidates can go through this article.

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BAMU PG CET 2019 Result

A Merit List has been prepared on the basis of marks scored by the candidates in BAMU PG CET 2019. All the eligible candidates who have submitted the Application Form will be assigned a merit number. Candidates can refer to the schedule given below to know about BAMU PG CET 2019 Result:

Events Dates
BAMU PG CET 2019 Examination 07 to 20 Jun 2019
Declaration of result 21 Jun 2019
General Merit List 21 to 22 Jun 2019
Merit List 1 24 to 25 Jun 2019
Merit List 2 26 to 27 Jun 2019
Spot Admission Date 28 Jun 2019
Commencement of Classes 01 Jul 2019

Result: Candidates can check the result for BAMU PG CET 2019 from below,

  • Click here to check the result of M.A (English).
  • Click here to check the result of M.Sc (Statistics)
  • Click here to check the result of M.Sc (Env Sci.)
  • Click here to check the M.Sc (Env Sci.) Merit list.
  • Click here to check the result of M.Sc (Nanotechnology)
  • Click here to check the result of M.Sc (Chemistry)
  • Click here to check the result of M.Sc (Mathematics)
  • Click here to check the result of M.Sc Applied Mathematics
  • Click here to check the result of Master of Social Work
  • Click here to check the result of M.A.(Economics)
  • Click here to check the result of M.Phil (Economics)
  • Click here to check the result of L.L.M
  • Click here to check the result of M.Sc (Zoology)
  • Click here to check the result of M.Sc (Microbiology)
  • Click here to check the result of M.Sc (Electronics)
  • Click here to check the result of M.Sc (Biochemistry)
  • Click here to check the result of M.Sc (Biotechnology)
  • Click here to check the result of M. Sc. (Chemistry / Analytical Chemistry)
  • Click here to check the result of M.Sc (Physics)
  • Click here to check the result of M.Sc (Computer Science)
  • Click here to check the result of M.Sc (Information Technology)
  • Click here to check the result of M.Sc (Botany)

Change of Marks due to Verification

  1. If the marks in the qualifying examination will be modified due to verification and te same is duly certified by the concerned Competent Authority or University the same has to be reported to the Competent Authority or University for admission through CAP or its designated representatives immediately. However, it must be noted that the effect of such change will be taken into consideration only for the subsequent rounds of admission.
  2. In order to decide the eligibility of the candidates following given procedure will be followed:

a) If letter grades are assigned at SSC, HSC Degree, Diploma or its equivalent examination, the candidate should submit the certificate of conversion of letter grades into marks from the competent authority at the time of submission of Application Form. THe eligibility will be decided on the basis of equivalent marks.
b) The Marks or Grades will be considered on the basis of which the Class of Degree is awarded by the respective University or Board.
c) The percentage of marks will be calculated by rounding off to the nearest integer.
d) If the candidates reappear for the qualifying examination with all subjects then the marks obtained in the latest examination will be considered.

Centralised Admission Process

The Institution will admit candidates through the Centralised Admission Process. There will be a few stages under it. Candidates can refer to the information given below for the same:

  1. Display or Publishing of Information Brochure by the Competent Authority.
  2. Then, candidates will have to fill Online Application For the participation in the CEntralised Admission Process.
  3. Then, there has to be document verification at Facilitation Centre for which candidates have to be present in person.
  4. Then, there will be a display of provisional and final merit lists, submission of grievances if any.
  5. Then, there will be display of available category wise seats for CAP Rounds 1 and 2.
  6. After the above step, there will be filling up and confirmation of Online Option FOrm having preferences of courses and institutions before CAP Round 1.
  7. The last step will be the display of Provisional Allotment of CAP Round 1 and 2 indicating allotted institute and course.

CAP Allotment Stages

There will be 6 rounds of Allotment in total namely for all the candidates, for candidates belonging to SBC category, for Other Backward classes, for disabled candidates and for the candidates without any reservation type and candidate type.

Stage 1 – For All the Candidates

Stage 2: For SBC Category- If the Backward Class Category seats remain vacant, such seat shall be considered for allotment to the candidates of SBC Category, limited to the extent of 02% seats.

Stage 3:  For respective groups of Backward Class Category Candidates-
If the seats reserved for backward class category candidates remains vacant, such seat shall be considered for allotment to the Candidates from within the respective group on inter-se-
merit: –

Group 01:
i Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Castes converted to Buddhism (SC),
ii Scheduled Tribes including those living outside the specified areas (ST).

Group 02:
i Vimukta Jatis/De- Notified Tribes (VJ/DT) NT(A),
ii Nomadic Tribes 1 (NT-B).

Group 03:
i Nomadic Tribes 02 (NT-C),
ii Other Backward Class (OBC).
EX. For Group 01, if the seat remains vacant in ST Category due to non-availability Candidates,
such seat shall be considered for allotment to the Candidate belonging to the SC Category or
vice versa.

Stage 4 : For all Backward Class Category Candidates

If the seat reserved for Backward Class Category remains vacant then such seat will be considered for allotment to the candidates belonging to any Backward Class Category.

Stage 5: For Disabled Candidates

If the seat reserved for Persons with Disability remains vacant then such seat will be considered for any Persons with Disability candidates.

Stage 6 : For all Candidates (without any reservation)

The seats will be considered for allotment to all the candidates who do not belong to any category based on Inter – Se – Merit.

Stage 7: For all candidates (without any candidate type)

The seats remaining vacant will be allotted to All India Candidates.

All India Candidature Candidates: The allotment of these seats will be through CAP on the basis of Inter-Se-Merit. All these seats will be treated as General Category seats and no reservation will be provided in these seats for candidates of Backward Class Category, Persons with Disability etc.

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