BITS admission 2021: Test for admission in BITS Pilani,
BITS admission 2021Entrance exam for admission in Birla Institute of Technology and Science in June. Application for Bitsat 2021 started Admission will be available at BITS HoPilani, Goa, Hyderabad Campus.image credit Bing
BITS admission 2021: Admission notice has been issued in Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS). Entrance exam for admission in various courses of BITS three campuses – Pilani (BITS Pilani), Goa (BITS Goa) and Hyderabad (BITS Hyderabad) will be held in June 2021. Application forms have been issued for this. Read more.
BITS admission 2021 – Birla Institute of Technology and Science conducts the Admission Test (BITSAT) for admission in BITS. Through this, admission is obtained in Bachelor of Engineering (BE), BPharma (BPharma) and Master of Science (MSc) courses. BITSAT 2021 is scheduled to be held from 24 to 30 June 2021. Admission list will be released on 31 July 2021.
How to apply (BITS admission 2021 application detail)
Online applications are taken for Bitsat through Bits Admission website bitsadmission.com. Online applications for Bitsat 2021 have started. You can apply till 29 May 2021. The application fee is Rs 3400 for male candidates and Rs 2900 for women. If you choose the examination center in Dubai, the fee for all will be Rs 7000.
What should be BITS admission 2021 eligibility
Students who qualify BITSAT get admission to BITS campuses. Apart from this, Physics, Chemistry and Maths / Biology must be 75 per cent marks in class 12. Those applying for BPharma should have studied Biology in the 12th and BE students have studied Maths.
Direct BITS admission 2021 to Toppers
Direct Admission will be given to those who have secured first place in the examinations of Central Boards of India like CBSE, ICSE and all State Boards. That is, they will not have to join the entrance exam (BITSAT).
What will be the BITS admission 2021 exam pattern
This exam is of three hours in online mode. In this, questions are asked in four sections – Physics (40 questions), Chemistry (40 questions), Biology or Maths (45 questions) and English Proficiency (15 questions) and Logical Reasoning (10 questions). A total of 150 questions are asked. For every correct answer you get 3 marks and for every wrong answer you get one mark.
You can also go back and change the answer to any of your questions during the exam. If you answer all 150 questions without leaving a single question and time is left, you will get a chance to appear 12 additional questions in the end. This will give you a chance to score more.