Bharati Vidyapeeth University has postponed BVP BMAT 2020. The exam has been postponed in order to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in the country. BVP BMAT was due to be held on April 19, 2020. However, keeping in mind the Coronavirus pandemic, the university has postponed the exam until further notice.
New exam date will be notified soon by the officials. The decision will be taken by the university after analyzing the situation once the lockdown is over. It can be expected that the new exam schedule will be notified after April 14, 2020.
The notice regarding the postponement of BVP BMAT 2020 says, “In view of the lockdown announced by the Government as a precautionary measure to limit the spread of COVID-19, all examinations are postponed till further orders. MBA / MHA and MCA entrance test 2020 (BMAT ) scheduled on April 19, 2020 has been postponed till further orders“.
The online application form for BVP BMAT 2020 is available at bvuniversity.edu.in. Candidates who have a Bachelor’s degree / Master’s degree with minimum 50% marks can fill the application form. For filling BVP BMAT 2020 application form, the candidates are required to first fill the registration form. Login with the registration number received and fill the details in the form. Upload the images of your recent photograph and signature. Lastly, print your confirmation page.
When will BVP BMAT 2020 Admit Card Release?
Admit card for BVP BMAT 2020 will release 07 days before the test. Since, now the exam has been postponed for the session 2020, the exact date for the release of the admit card is not yet notified. BVP BMAT 2020 admit card is an important document that has to be taken to the exam centre in order to take entry in the exam hall. Along with the hall ticket, a valid Id proof must be taken.
BVP BMAT is an entrance examination conducted to offer admission in MBA / MHA and MCA courses. It is a computer-based test. The duration of the test is 150 minutes. It is of 200 marks consisting 200 multiple-choice questions. For the correct answers, 01 mark is given. There is no negative marking. The questions are framed from the subjects Numerical Ability, Logical Reasoning, Management Skills, English and Comprehension.
Some Advisories on Utilizing This Time Period
Since, the exam has been postponed, make sure to utilize this time well. Apart from following the preparation strategy, do not forget to follow health advisories issued by the Government on COVID-19.
Practice previous year question papers: Utilize this time to solve previous year question papers anad analyze your weak areas of study.
Maintain proper hygiene: Even though you are at home, do not forget to wash your hands at regular intervals. Eat well and get proper sleep.
Use Video Conferencing to connect: As you have to stay inside your house during this lockdown, make sure you use the video conferencing to connect with your mentors and friends in case of any doubts.
Stay Connected with the official website: Do not panic because of the exam postponement and keep checking the official website to know about the latest announcements.
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