Birla Institute of Technology and Science BITSAT Admission details for 2014 -

The Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS) have invited candidates for admissions in the BITSAT Exams. The BITSAT exams are conducted online for availing admission in First Degree Programmes of BITS Campuses in Pilani, Hyderabad and Goa.

The Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS) is an institute engaged in providing the higher education in the fields of Engineering, Sciences, Technology, Pharmacy, Management and Humanities. The BITS is also a Deemed university under section 3 of the UCG Act.

The details of BITSAT exams are given herewith. Hope the same will be helpful for the interested candidates.

Last Date of Application: 15th February, 2014

Eligibility: The candidates who have passed the 12th Exams in 2013 or the candidates who are going to appear in the 12th Exams in 2014 are eligible to appear in the exams.

Admission Procedure: Admission will be made on the basis of Merit.

Fees for the exams: Rs. 1900/- for males and Rs.1400/- for Female Candidates.

How to Apply: Visit the site à Select the link “Click Here to apply online” à Click on “I have read and understood all the instructions. Allow me to Apply Online” Link given at the end of the page à Fill the details like full name, Gender, Date of Birth and Fathers name for registration à Click on Proceed link and fill the form and submit it

Exam Details: The BITSAT Exams are held for 3 hours. It is an online computer test with an objective type Multiple Choice question test with total 150 questions of different subjects.

Exam Date: 14th May, 2014 to 1st June, 2014.

Exam Syllabus and Marks:
·         Part I – Physics – 40 Questions – 120Marks
·         Part II – Chemistry – 40Questions – 120Marks
·         Part III – (a) English Proficiency– 15 Questions – 45Marks
– (b) Logical Reasoning – 10 Questions – 30Marks
·         Part VI – Mathematics / Biology (For B. Pharm) – 45 Questions – 135Marks

The questions will be on the basis of the NCERT syllabus of 11th and 12th Standard.

Marks to each Question: 3 Marks for correct answer and Negative 1 Mark for the incorrect answer.

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