BVP CET Cut off 2020

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University has postponed the exam dates of BVP CET. New dates for the exam will be announced post lockdown. The exam conducting board has extended the last date to submit the application form of BVP CET 2020. The last date to apply for BVP CET is 17th May 2020 for B. Tech courses. The BVP CET exam will be conducted in a computer-based mode in the 58 test centres.

According to the notification, the applicant should obtain a minimum percentage of marks as prescribed by the institutes which are participating in order to get qualified in the entrance exam and get selected for the admission process. The aspirants qualifying for this exam will be called for the further process of counselling. For more details about BVP CET cutoff 2020, candidates can go through this article. 

BVP CET 2020 Cutoff

The Bharati Vidyapeeth University will release the category-wise cutoff for BVP CET 2020  candidates to take admission into the 4-year program. The cutoff of BVP CET 2020 is usually the last score (or rank) for which admission will be offered. So, any student who is scoring below the cutoff score or rank will not be able to get seats in the university. The BVP CET cutoff 2020 will depend on factors such as the total number of applicants, sanctioned seats, category of the candidate, etc. If any of the prior mentioned factors changes, the cutoff would also change along with it. For example, if the Bharati Vidyapeeth university decides to increase the total number of seats, the cutoff would go down gradually, provided other parameters remain the same.

Steps to Check BVP CET 2020 Cut-Off

Following are the steps that candidates can follow to see the cut-off of BVP CET 2020:

  1. Firstly, visit the official website of Bharati Vidyapeeth University.

  2. You will be redirected to the home page of the portal.

  3. You’ll find the link for ‘BVP CET 2020 Cut-off’.

  4. Then, Click on the link.

  5. You will be redirected to a new page. 

  6. Log in by filling in your credentials like Id and Password. 

  7. You will again be redirected to a new page with all the details of the cutoff. 

  8. Check the cut-off list and you can also download it for future use.

Important Dates:



Registration will start from

The second week of February 2020

BVP CET Application Form Last date

The third week of June 2020 

Availability of Admit Card

June 2020 (Tentatively)

Examination Date

The fourth week of June 2020 (Tentatively)

Declaration of Result 2020

The last week of June 2020 (Tentatively)

BVP CET Cutoff

The last week of June 2020 (Tentatively)

Counselling and Admission

First week of July 2020 (Tentatively)


Factors that Determine Cut off 2020 

The governing bodies or the exam conducting board will decide the ranks at which the admission will be closed for BVP CET cut off 2020. The decision of the last rank or the BVP CET marks for admissions into the universities determine many factors which play an important role in the decision of BVP CET cut off. The list of factors that will affect the decision of the BVP CET cut off is mentioned below.

  1. The number of candidates appeared in BVP CET 2020.

  2. The difficulty level of the paper.

  3. Availability of seats in Bharati Vidyapeeth University.

  4. Previous year’s cut off trends.

FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

Q1: Is BVP CET Tough?

Ans: BVP CET 2020 is an All India Entrance Examination conducted by Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University, Pune. The Bharati Vidyapeeth University will conduct the entrance exam for admissions into various UG and PG courses. Bharati Vidyapeeth University is one among the best universities in India and admission to this institute is quite tough when compared to other deemed universities.

Q2: Is BVP Private or Govt?

Ans: Bharati Vidyapeeth is Deemed to be a private University and a group of higher educational institutions with the main branch located in Pune, India.

Q3: How Many Vidyapeeth are there in India?

Ans: Bharati Vidyapeeth has campuses across the country at New Delhi, Navi Mumbai, Sangli, Pune, Solapur, Kolhapur, Karad, Satara, and Panchgani. It runs more than 78 schools and 60 institutions of higher education which includes those of professional education.

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