BMU’s Admissions Committee considers academic performance and the student’s context to understand each individual’s journey and their potential to grow and contribute as a member of the diverse community at BMU.
Applicants appearing in their class 12 examinations through any of the Boards affiliated to the Council of Boards of School Education (COBSE) or National or International Boards recognised by the Association of Indian Universities (AIU) are eligible to apply. Candidates studying under Indian Boards should have a minimum aggregate of 60% marks (or equivalent scores) in four subjects, viz. Physics, Mathematics, English and any one subject out of Chemistry, Biology, and Technical Vocational subjects.
Applicants are required to have completed BMU SAT, College Board SAT, Central Universities Common Entrance Test or JEE (Main) in order to be eligible for BSc in Computer Science. JEE (Main) is NOT compulsory for admission to the BSc in Computer Science programme. However, a candidate with a valid score from JEE (Main) or a SAT score will be exempted from the requirement of writing BMU SAT. Accordingly, candidates will be required to have completed either
BMU-SAT, as per scores specified from time to time
SAT, as per scores specified from time to time
JEE (Main), as per scores specified from time to time
CUET, as per scores specified from time to time
Under Early Admissions, students can apply even if their test scores or class 12 results are awaited. In such cases, BMU will extend a Provisional Admission Offer to selected candidates who are in class 12, and the final offer is subject to verification of class 12 results and test scores by BMU.
Candidates are advised to appear for BMU-SAT in case results of tests have not been announced or are not available.
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