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Author : Palak Khanna

November 20, 2022

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Founded by the first non-European Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Thākur(popularly known as Tagore) in 1921, Visva-Bharati was declared to be a central university and an institution of national importance by an Act of Parliament in 1951.The President of India appoints the Upacharya (Vice-chancellor) of the University.

Good news is, from the academic session 2022 to 2023, admissions to different courses at the Visva-Bharati University are solely based on Common Universities Entrance Test (CUET) scores.

Though the university provides admissions based on CUET scores, you should fulfill specific criteria set by the university to be eligible for the admission process.

Read through the post that will give you a complete insight into CUET Visva-Bharati University Eligibility Criteria 2022 for different programs.

Download Free Study Material for CUET Exam 2023 by SuperGrads

Visva-Bharati University Eligibility Criteria after CUET 2022

 Appearing for the NTA CUET Exam 2022 is the only channel for getting admission to Visva-Bharati University. 

If you are aiming for this university, you should satisfy specific criteria in terms of educational qualification and minimum qualifying marks.

  • You must ensure that you understand the eligibility criteria, qualification/other conditions, and fulfill the minimum required subjects of the program.
  • You must select the language, domain-specific subjects, and general test as per the respective program.
  • Also, note that NTA will not be held responsible for selecting the subjects, opted program, or eligibility criteria/conditions.

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Also Check: CUET Visva-Bharati University Exam Pattern 2022

CUET Visva-Bharati University Eligibility Criteria 2022

Only those who meet the criteria listed below will be considered for admission to Visva-Bharati University .

Before proceeding with the NTA CUET Application Form 2022, you must check whether you have satisfied the eligibility criteria prescribed by the university or not.

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Degree

Eligibility Criteria

BSc ( in Zoology)

UR: Minimum 60% marks in aggregate and 60% marks in Life Science/ Biological Science at 10+ 2 level
OBC: Minimum 54% marks in aggregate and 54% marks in Life Science/Biological Science at 10+ 2 level
SC&ST: Passed in Life Science / Biological Science at 10 + 2 level
B.Sc (in Botany) UR: Minimum 60% marks in aggregate and 60% marks in Life Science/ Biological Science at 10+ 2 level
OBC: Minimum 54% marks in aggregate and 54% marks in Life Science/ Biological Science at 10+2 level
SC&ST: Passed in Life Science/ Biological Science at 10 + 2 level
BPA [(in Hindustani Classical Music (Vocal)]

For UR: 45% marks in aggregate at +2 level.

For OBC 40.5% marks in aggregate at +2 level.

The students appearing at the H.S. (10+2) or equivalent examination, if selected, may be admitted only on production of H.S. (10+2) marksheet with requisite marks as stipulated above.

Relaxation is applicable for SC, ST & PWD candidates. 

BPA [in Hindusthani Classical Music (Instrumental)-Sitar]

For UR: 45% marks in aggregate at +2 level. For OBC 40.5% marks in aggregate at +2 level. 

The students appearing at the H.S. (10+2) or equivalent examination, if selected, may be admitted only on production of H.S. (10+2) marksheet with requisite marks as stipulated above.

Relaxation is applicable for SC, ST & PWD candidates. 

BPA in Hindusthani Classical Music (Instrumental)-Esraj

For UR: 45% marks in aggregate at +2 level. For OBC 40.5% marks in aggregate at +2 level.

The students appearing at the H.S. (10+2) or equivalent examination, if selected, may be admitted only on production of H.S. (10+2) marksheet with requisite marks as stipulated above.

Relaxation is applicable for SC, ST & PWD candidates. 

BPA in Hindusthani Classical Music (Instrumental)-Tabla

For UR: 45% marks in aggregate at +2 level. For OBC 40.5% marks in aggregate at +2 level.

The students appearing at the H.S. (10+2) or equivalent examination, if selected, may be admitted only on production of H.S. (10+2) marksheet with requisite marks as stipulated above.

Relaxation is applicable for SC, ST & PWD candidates. 

BPA in Hindusthani Classical Music (Instrumental)-Pakhawaj

For UR: 45% marks in aggregate at +2 level. For OBC 40.5% marks in aggregate at +2 level.

The students appearing at the H.S. (10+2) or equivalent examination, if selected, may be admitted only on production of H.S. (10+2) marksheet with requisite marks as stipulated above.

Relaxation is applicable for SC, ST & PWD candidates. 

BPA in Rabindra Sangit

For UR: 45% marks in aggregate at +2 level For OBC: 40.5% marks in aggregate at +2 level (Pass Mark at +2 level for Sitar, Esraj, Tabla & Pakhwaj).

The students appearing at the H.S. (10+2) or equivalent examination, if selected, may be admitted only on production of H.S. (10+2) marksheet with requisite marks as stipulated above.

Relaxation is applicable for SC, ST & PWD candidates. Candidates with DA (previously PWD) are not eligible to apply.

BPA in Manipuri Dance

For UR: 45% marks in aggregate at +2 level For OBC: 40.5% marks in aggregate at +2 level.

The students appearing at the H.S. (10+2) or equivalent examination, if selected, may be admitted only on production of H.S. (10+2) marksheet with requisite marks as stipulated above.

Relaxation is applicable for SC, ST & PWD candidates. Candidates with DA (previously PWD) are not eligible to apply.

BPA in Kathakali Dance

For UR: 45% marks in aggregate at +2 level For OBC: 40.5% marks in aggregate at +2 level.

Appearing candidates at the H.S. (10+2) or equivalent examination, if selected, may be admitted only on production of H.S. (10+2) marksheet with requisite marks as stipulated above.

Relaxation is applicable for SC, ST & PWD candidates. Candidates with DA (previously PWD) are not eligible to apply.

BPA in Drama & Theatre Arts

For UR: 45% marks in aggregate at +2 level For OBC: 40.5% marks in aggregate at +2 level.

The students appearing at the H.S. (10+2) or equivalent examination, if selected, may be admitted only on production of H.S. (10+2) marksheet with requisite marks as stipulated above.

Relaxation is applicable for SC, ST & PWD candidates. Candidates with DA (previously PWD) are not eligible to apply.

BPA in Rabindra Nritya

For UR: 45% marks in aggregate at +2 level For OBC: 40.5% marks in aggregate at +2 level.

The students appearing at the H.S. (10+2) or equivalent examination, if selected, may be admitted only on production of H.S. (10+2) marksheet with requisite marks as stipulated above.

Relaxation is applicable for SC, ST & PWD candidates. Candidates with DA (previously PWD) are not eligible to apply.

B.Sc in Chemistry

UR: Minimum 60% marks in aggregate and 60% marks in Chemistry with pass marks in Mathematics at +2 level

OBC: Minimum 54% marks in aggregate and 54% marks in Chemistry with pass marks in Mathematics at +2 level

SC&ST: Passed in Chemistry & Mathematics at 10+2 level

BFA Bachelor in Fine Arts (Specialization: Ceramic and Glass/Design (Textile)/Graphic Art (Printmaking)/ Painting/ Sculpture), 4 years (1 year foundation + 3 years specialization) Pass in class 10+2 or equivalent
BFA in History of Art, 4 years (1 year foundation + 3 years specialization) UR: 65% marks in Class 10+2 or equivalent, OBC: 58.5% marks in 10+2 or equivalent
B.Sc in Computer and System Science

UR:

(i) Minimum 65% marks in aggregate in 10 + 2 examination.

(ii) Must have Mathematics as a paper in 10 + 2 examination and qualified in the paper.

(iii) Minimum 65% in Mathematics or 75% in Computer Science/ Information Technology.

OBC:

(i) Minimum 58.5% marks in aggregate in 10 + 2 examination.

(ii) Must have Mathematics as a paper in 10+ 2 examination and qualified in the paper.

(iii) Minimum 58.5% in Mathematics or 67.5% in Computer Science/ Information Technology.

SC&ST: Passed in Mathematics at 10+2 level

BA in Economics

UR:

60% marks in aggregate with Pass marks in Mathematics at +2 level.

OBC:

54% marks in aggregate with Pass marks in Mathematics at +2 level. But if a student did not have Mathematics as a subject at the HS level or did not pass in the said examination in Mathematics, she/he will not be admitted in the Economics Honours Course. 

BA in Geography

UR: 60% marks in aggregate and 60% marks in Geography with pass marks in Economics/ Statistics or Mathematics at +2 level.

OBC: 54% marks in aggregate and 54% marks in Geography with pass marks in Economics/ Statistics or Mathematics at +2 level.

*Geography should be core/ major subject, not an additional or optional subject.

Students from Science Stream must have Geography in their +2 level as major subject having 54% marks and 54% marks in aggregate with pass marks in Mathematics/Statistics

BA in History

UR: 60% marks in aggregate and 60%in History at the +2 level. Or 60% in English for those who do not have History at the +2 level.

OBC:54%marks in aggregate and 54% in History at the +2 level. or 54% in English for those who do not have History at the +2 level.

BA in Ancient Indian History Culture and Archeology

UR: 60% marks in aggregate and 60% in History at +2 level or 70% marks in aggregate for students who have English, Social Science, Science, Philosophy, Classical Languages at +2 level

OBC: 55% marks in aggregate and 55% in History at +2 level or 63% marks in aggregate for students who have English, SocialScience, Science, Philosophy,Classical Languages at +2 level

BA in Philosophy

UR: 65% marks in aggregate and 60% marks in Philosophy or 70 % marks in aggregate in any stream at +2 level.

OBC: 58.5% marks in aggregate and 54% marks in Philosophy at or 63 % marks in aggregate in any stream at +2 level.

BA in Comparative Religion

UR: 60% marks in aggregate in any Stream at +2 level
*for Internal students 55% marks in aggregate at +2 Level

OBC: 54% marks in aggregate in any Stream at +2 level

B.Sc in Mathematics

UR: Minimum 60% marks in aggregate and 60% marks in Mathematics at +2 level

OBC: Minimum 54% marks in aggregate and 54% marks in Mathematics at +2 level
SC&ST: Passed in Mathematics at 10+2 level

B.Sc in Statistics

UR: Minimum 60% marks in aggregate and 60% marks in Statistics and pass marks in Mathematics or 60% marks in aggregate and 60% marks in Mathematics if Statistics is not offered at +2 level

OBC: Minimum 54% marks in aggregate and 54% marks in Statistics and pass marks in Mathematics or 54% marks in aggregate and 54% marks in Mathematics if Statistics is not offered at +2 level
SC&ST: Passed in Mathematics at 10+2 level

B.Sc. (Hons) In Physical Education

50% marks in aggregate at 10+2 level for UR & EWS candidates, 45% marks in aggregate for OBC candidates and pass marks for SC/ST candidates in aggregate from any recognized Council/Board/University.

Age: 21 year as on 1st July, 2022

B.Sc. in Yoga The candidate should have completed 12th standard in any discipline from a recognized board or equivalent.
B.Sc. in Physics

UR: Minimum 70% marks in aggregate and 75% marks in average of Physics and Mathematics at +2 level

OBC: Minimum 63% marks in aggregate and 67.5% marks in average of Physics and Mathematics at +2 level
SC&ST: Passed in Physics & Mathematics at 10+2 level

B.Sc. (Hons.) Agriculture

UR: 60% marks at +2 level with a combination of Physics, Chemistry, Biology (Life Science) and any one of the following subjects:Mathematics/ Agronomy /Modern computer application / Computer Science / Statistics/ ICT

OBC: 54% marks at +2 level with a combination of Physics, Chemistry, Biology (life Science) and any one of the following subjects: Mathematics/Agronomy /Modern computer application/ Computer Science /Statistics/ICT

B.A. in Persian (Prep) UR: 45% marks in aggregate at the +2 level.
OBC: 40.5% marks in aggregate at the +2 level.
Diploma Pass Class 10 or equivalent to Secondary Examination
B.Des

Passed 10+2 or equivalent examination with 60% marks in aggregate for UR candidates and 54% marks in aggregate for OBC candidates.

Relaxation will be given to SC, ST & PWD candidates as per Govt. of India rules.

BSW Passed Higher Secondary or equivalent examination during 2021 and 2022 with 60 % marks (for UR) & 54% marks(for OBC) taken together in Science/Commerce/Humanities except vocational stream of Education with any four best scores in Higher Secondary. 

Frequently Asked Questions

UR: Minimum 60% marks in aggregate and 60% marks in Chemistry with pass marks in Mathematics at +2 level


OBC: Minimum 54% marks in aggregate and 54% marks in Chemistry with pass marks in Mathematics at +2 level


SC&ST: Passed in Chemistry & Mathematics at 10+2 level


UR:


(i) Minimum 65% marks in aggregate in 10 + 2 examination.


(ii) Must have Mathematics as a paper in 10 + 2 examination and qualified in the paper.


(iii) Minimum 65% in Mathematics or 75% in Computer Science/ Information Technology.


OBC:


(i) Minimum 58.5% marks in aggregate in 10 + 2 examination.


(ii) Must have Mathematics as a paper in 10+ 2 examination and qualified in the paper.


(iii) Minimum 58.5% in Mathematics or 67.5% in Computer Science/ Information Technology.


SC&ST: Passed in Mathematics at 10+2 level

UR: Minimum 60% marks in aggregate and 60% marks in Life Science/ Biological Science at 10+ 2 level

OBC: Minimum 54% marks in aggregate and 54% marks in Life Science/Biological Science at 10+ 2 level

SC&ST: Passed in Life Science / Biological Science at 10 + 2 level


Visva-Bharati was founded by the Rabindranath Tagore in 1921. It was declared to be a central university and an institution of national importance by an Act of Parliament in 1951.The President of India appoints the Upacharya (Vice-chancellor) of the University.
Yes. Your age should be below 21 years as of 01 July 2022 to get admission to  B.Sc. (Hons) in CUET Visva-Bharati University
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CUET Visva-Bharati University Eligibility Criteria 2022

Author : Palak Khanna

Updated On : November 20, 2022

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Founded by the first non-European Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Thākur(popularly known as Tagore) in 1921, Visva-Bharati was declared to be a central university and an institution of national importance by an Act of Parliament in 1951.The President of India appoints the Upacharya (Vice-chancellor) of the University.

Good news is, from the academic session 2022 to 2023, admissions to different courses at the Visva-Bharati University are solely based on Common Universities Entrance Test (CUET) scores.

Though the university provides admissions based on CUET scores, you should fulfill specific criteria set by the university to be eligible for the admission process.

Read through the post that will give you a complete insight into CUET Visva-Bharati University Eligibility Criteria 2022 for different programs.

Download Free Study Material for CUET Exam 2023 by SuperGrads

Visva-Bharati University Eligibility Criteria after CUET 2022

 Appearing for the NTA CUET Exam 2022 is the only channel for getting admission to Visva-Bharati University. 

If you are aiming for this university, you should satisfy specific criteria in terms of educational qualification and minimum qualifying marks.

  • You must ensure that you understand the eligibility criteria, qualification/other conditions, and fulfill the minimum required subjects of the program.
  • You must select the language, domain-specific subjects, and general test as per the respective program.
  • Also, note that NTA will not be held responsible for selecting the subjects, opted program, or eligibility criteria/conditions.

best cuet books

best cuet books

Also Check: CUET Visva-Bharati University Exam Pattern 2022

CUET Visva-Bharati University Eligibility Criteria 2022

Only those who meet the criteria listed below will be considered for admission to Visva-Bharati University .

Before proceeding with the NTA CUET Application Form 2022, you must check whether you have satisfied the eligibility criteria prescribed by the university or not.

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cuccet online coaching

Degree

Eligibility Criteria

BSc ( in Zoology)

UR: Minimum 60% marks in aggregate and 60% marks in Life Science/ Biological Science at 10+ 2 level
OBC: Minimum 54% marks in aggregate and 54% marks in Life Science/Biological Science at 10+ 2 level
SC&ST: Passed in Life Science / Biological Science at 10 + 2 level
B.Sc (in Botany) UR: Minimum 60% marks in aggregate and 60% marks in Life Science/ Biological Science at 10+ 2 level
OBC: Minimum 54% marks in aggregate and 54% marks in Life Science/ Biological Science at 10+2 level
SC&ST: Passed in Life Science/ Biological Science at 10 + 2 level
BPA [(in Hindustani Classical Music (Vocal)]

For UR: 45% marks in aggregate at +2 level.

For OBC 40.5% marks in aggregate at +2 level.

The students appearing at the H.S. (10+2) or equivalent examination, if selected, may be admitted only on production of H.S. (10+2) marksheet with requisite marks as stipulated above.

Relaxation is applicable for SC, ST & PWD candidates. 

BPA [in Hindusthani Classical Music (Instrumental)-Sitar]

For UR: 45% marks in aggregate at +2 level. For OBC 40.5% marks in aggregate at +2 level. 

The students appearing at the H.S. (10+2) or equivalent examination, if selected, may be admitted only on production of H.S. (10+2) marksheet with requisite marks as stipulated above.

Relaxation is applicable for SC, ST & PWD candidates. 

BPA in Hindusthani Classical Music (Instrumental)-Esraj

For UR: 45% marks in aggregate at +2 level. For OBC 40.5% marks in aggregate at +2 level.

The students appearing at the H.S. (10+2) or equivalent examination, if selected, may be admitted only on production of H.S. (10+2) marksheet with requisite marks as stipulated above.

Relaxation is applicable for SC, ST & PWD candidates. 

BPA in Hindusthani Classical Music (Instrumental)-Tabla

For UR: 45% marks in aggregate at +2 level. For OBC 40.5% marks in aggregate at +2 level.

The students appearing at the H.S. (10+2) or equivalent examination, if selected, may be admitted only on production of H.S. (10+2) marksheet with requisite marks as stipulated above.

Relaxation is applicable for SC, ST & PWD candidates. 

BPA in Hindusthani Classical Music (Instrumental)-Pakhawaj

For UR: 45% marks in aggregate at +2 level. For OBC 40.5% marks in aggregate at +2 level.

The students appearing at the H.S. (10+2) or equivalent examination, if selected, may be admitted only on production of H.S. (10+2) marksheet with requisite marks as stipulated above.

Relaxation is applicable for SC, ST & PWD candidates. 

BPA in Rabindra Sangit

For UR: 45% marks in aggregate at +2 level For OBC: 40.5% marks in aggregate at +2 level (Pass Mark at +2 level for Sitar, Esraj, Tabla & Pakhwaj).

The students appearing at the H.S. (10+2) or equivalent examination, if selected, may be admitted only on production of H.S. (10+2) marksheet with requisite marks as stipulated above.

Relaxation is applicable for SC, ST & PWD candidates. Candidates with DA (previously PWD) are not eligible to apply.

BPA in Manipuri Dance

For UR: 45% marks in aggregate at +2 level For OBC: 40.5% marks in aggregate at +2 level.

The students appearing at the H.S. (10+2) or equivalent examination, if selected, may be admitted only on production of H.S. (10+2) marksheet with requisite marks as stipulated above.

Relaxation is applicable for SC, ST & PWD candidates. Candidates with DA (previously PWD) are not eligible to apply.

BPA in Kathakali Dance

For UR: 45% marks in aggregate at +2 level For OBC: 40.5% marks in aggregate at +2 level.

Appearing candidates at the H.S. (10+2) or equivalent examination, if selected, may be admitted only on production of H.S. (10+2) marksheet with requisite marks as stipulated above.

Relaxation is applicable for SC, ST & PWD candidates. Candidates with DA (previously PWD) are not eligible to apply.

BPA in Drama & Theatre Arts

For UR: 45% marks in aggregate at +2 level For OBC: 40.5% marks in aggregate at +2 level.

The students appearing at the H.S. (10+2) or equivalent examination, if selected, may be admitted only on production of H.S. (10+2) marksheet with requisite marks as stipulated above.

Relaxation is applicable for SC, ST & PWD candidates. Candidates with DA (previously PWD) are not eligible to apply.

BPA in Rabindra Nritya

For UR: 45% marks in aggregate at +2 level For OBC: 40.5% marks in aggregate at +2 level.

The students appearing at the H.S. (10+2) or equivalent examination, if selected, may be admitted only on production of H.S. (10+2) marksheet with requisite marks as stipulated above.

Relaxation is applicable for SC, ST & PWD candidates. Candidates with DA (previously PWD) are not eligible to apply.

B.Sc in Chemistry

UR: Minimum 60% marks in aggregate and 60% marks in Chemistry with pass marks in Mathematics at +2 level

OBC: Minimum 54% marks in aggregate and 54% marks in Chemistry with pass marks in Mathematics at +2 level

SC&ST: Passed in Chemistry & Mathematics at 10+2 level

BFA Bachelor in Fine Arts (Specialization: Ceramic and Glass/Design (Textile)/Graphic Art (Printmaking)/ Painting/ Sculpture), 4 years (1 year foundation + 3 years specialization) Pass in class 10+2 or equivalent
BFA in History of Art, 4 years (1 year foundation + 3 years specialization) UR: 65% marks in Class 10+2 or equivalent, OBC: 58.5% marks in 10+2 or equivalent
B.Sc in Computer and System Science

UR:

(i) Minimum 65% marks in aggregate in 10 + 2 examination.

(ii) Must have Mathematics as a paper in 10 + 2 examination and qualified in the paper.

(iii) Minimum 65% in Mathematics or 75% in Computer Science/ Information Technology.

OBC:

(i) Minimum 58.5% marks in aggregate in 10 + 2 examination.

(ii) Must have Mathematics as a paper in 10+ 2 examination and qualified in the paper.

(iii) Minimum 58.5% in Mathematics or 67.5% in Computer Science/ Information Technology.

SC&ST: Passed in Mathematics at 10+2 level

BA in Economics

UR:

60% marks in aggregate with Pass marks in Mathematics at +2 level.

OBC:

54% marks in aggregate with Pass marks in Mathematics at +2 level. But if a student did not have Mathematics as a subject at the HS level or did not pass in the said examination in Mathematics, she/he will not be admitted in the Economics Honours Course. 

BA in Geography

UR: 60% marks in aggregate and 60% marks in Geography with pass marks in Economics/ Statistics or Mathematics at +2 level.

OBC: 54% marks in aggregate and 54% marks in Geography with pass marks in Economics/ Statistics or Mathematics at +2 level.

*Geography should be core/ major subject, not an additional or optional subject.

Students from Science Stream must have Geography in their +2 level as major subject having 54% marks and 54% marks in aggregate with pass marks in Mathematics/Statistics

BA in History

UR: 60% marks in aggregate and 60%in History at the +2 level. Or 60% in English for those who do not have History at the +2 level.

OBC:54%marks in aggregate and 54% in History at the +2 level. or 54% in English for those who do not have History at the +2 level.

BA in Ancient Indian History Culture and Archeology

UR: 60% marks in aggregate and 60% in History at +2 level or 70% marks in aggregate for students who have English, Social Science, Science, Philosophy, Classical Languages at +2 level

OBC: 55% marks in aggregate and 55% in History at +2 level or 63% marks in aggregate for students who have English, SocialScience, Science, Philosophy,Classical Languages at +2 level

BA in Philosophy

UR: 65% marks in aggregate and 60% marks in Philosophy or 70 % marks in aggregate in any stream at +2 level.

OBC: 58.5% marks in aggregate and 54% marks in Philosophy at or 63 % marks in aggregate in any stream at +2 level.

BA in Comparative Religion

UR: 60% marks in aggregate in any Stream at +2 level
*for Internal students 55% marks in aggregate at +2 Level

OBC: 54% marks in aggregate in any Stream at +2 level

B.Sc in Mathematics

UR: Minimum 60% marks in aggregate and 60% marks in Mathematics at +2 level

OBC: Minimum 54% marks in aggregate and 54% marks in Mathematics at +2 level
SC&ST: Passed in Mathematics at 10+2 level

B.Sc in Statistics

UR: Minimum 60% marks in aggregate and 60% marks in Statistics and pass marks in Mathematics or 60% marks in aggregate and 60% marks in Mathematics if Statistics is not offered at +2 level

OBC: Minimum 54% marks in aggregate and 54% marks in Statistics and pass marks in Mathematics or 54% marks in aggregate and 54% marks in Mathematics if Statistics is not offered at +2 level
SC&ST: Passed in Mathematics at 10+2 level

B.Sc. (Hons) In Physical Education

50% marks in aggregate at 10+2 level for UR & EWS candidates, 45% marks in aggregate for OBC candidates and pass marks for SC/ST candidates in aggregate from any recognized Council/Board/University.

Age: 21 year as on 1st July, 2022

B.Sc. in Yoga The candidate should have completed 12th standard in any discipline from a recognized board or equivalent.
B.Sc. in Physics

UR: Minimum 70% marks in aggregate and 75% marks in average of Physics and Mathematics at +2 level

OBC: Minimum 63% marks in aggregate and 67.5% marks in average of Physics and Mathematics at +2 level
SC&ST: Passed in Physics & Mathematics at 10+2 level

B.Sc. (Hons.) Agriculture

UR: 60% marks at +2 level with a combination of Physics, Chemistry, Biology (Life Science) and any one of the following subjects:Mathematics/ Agronomy /Modern computer application / Computer Science / Statistics/ ICT

OBC: 54% marks at +2 level with a combination of Physics, Chemistry, Biology (life Science) and any one of the following subjects: Mathematics/Agronomy /Modern computer application/ Computer Science /Statistics/ICT

B.A. in Persian (Prep) UR: 45% marks in aggregate at the +2 level.
OBC: 40.5% marks in aggregate at the +2 level.
Diploma Pass Class 10 or equivalent to Secondary Examination
B.Des

Passed 10+2 or equivalent examination with 60% marks in aggregate for UR candidates and 54% marks in aggregate for OBC candidates.

Relaxation will be given to SC, ST & PWD candidates as per Govt. of India rules.

BSW Passed Higher Secondary or equivalent examination during 2021 and 2022 with 60 % marks (for UR) & 54% marks(for OBC) taken together in Science/Commerce/Humanities except vocational stream of Education with any four best scores in Higher Secondary. 

Frequently Asked Questions

UR: Minimum 60% marks in aggregate and 60% marks in Chemistry with pass marks in Mathematics at +2 level


OBC: Minimum 54% marks in aggregate and 54% marks in Chemistry with pass marks in Mathematics at +2 level


SC&ST: Passed in Chemistry & Mathematics at 10+2 level


UR:


(i) Minimum 65% marks in aggregate in 10 + 2 examination.


(ii) Must have Mathematics as a paper in 10 + 2 examination and qualified in the paper.


(iii) Minimum 65% in Mathematics or 75% in Computer Science/ Information Technology.


OBC:


(i) Minimum 58.5% marks in aggregate in 10 + 2 examination.


(ii) Must have Mathematics as a paper in 10+ 2 examination and qualified in the paper.


(iii) Minimum 58.5% in Mathematics or 67.5% in Computer Science/ Information Technology.


SC&ST: Passed in Mathematics at 10+2 level

UR: Minimum 60% marks in aggregate and 60% marks in Life Science/ Biological Science at 10+ 2 level

OBC: Minimum 54% marks in aggregate and 54% marks in Life Science/Biological Science at 10+ 2 level

SC&ST: Passed in Life Science / Biological Science at 10 + 2 level


Visva-Bharati was founded by the Rabindranath Tagore in 1921. It was declared to be a central university and an institution of national importance by an Act of Parliament in 1951.The President of India appoints the Upacharya (Vice-chancellor) of the University.
Yes. Your age should be below 21 years as of 01 July 2022 to get admission to  B.Sc. (Hons) in CUET Visva-Bharati University

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