Sunday, 1 February 2015


AMU B.Sc Application Form | B.Sc Hons Admission Details

B.Sc or Bachelor of Science as we know it is one of the most significant undergraduate course in one of the most esteemed University in India. AMU has a certain number of faculties that facilitate a program under the Bachelor degree in various streams. B.Sc in AMU is supported by the Faculty of Science, Faculty of Life Science and Faculty of Agriculture.

AMU B.Sc Application Form

AMU conducts a common Entrance Examination for B.Sc applicants. The application form for B.Sc in AMU can be found here as the University has released the forms. It's expected to be submitted
before March 30, 2015.

B.Sc in Agriculture

The faculty of Agriculture provisions the B.Sc Degree in AMU in Home Science stream. This course is available for girls only

This is a 6 semester course and the total seats available for this program is 30.

 AMU conducts an Entrance Exam for Bachelor of Science each year and the application form shall be released by the first week of February

The Entrance Exam is a two hour test. The Entrance Exam for the faculties of Agriculture, Life Sciences and Agriculture is a combined test and is conducted by AMU.

The application Fee for AMU B.Sc common Entrance Exam is yet to be announced and the form has to be filled ONLINE. The Application Fee for B.Sc in Agriculture can be submitted to the Admission Section, Office of the Controller of Examinations, AMU.

The candidates aspiring to get into AMU via B.Sc in Home science must have passed the Senior Secondary School Examination with a minimum average of 55 % in a compulsory English and any three among the optional Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics and Home Science.

B.Sc in Science

A B.Sc degree in one of the central Science Streams is highly looked forward to by candidates who are seeking further education in the area of core Science. AMU’s Faculty of Science has the Bachelor of Science Program in 8 subjects. The details of the subjects in this faculty can be found Here(amu-ba-bsc-bcom-hons-streams-subjects). 

Entries are open to both boys and girls but the seats vary. A larger portion of the overall seats are reserved for boys while fewer seats are kept for girls. The details about seats can be found Here ( amu-ba-bsc-bcom-hons-seats-subjects).

The qualifying conditions require a candidate to have passed the Senior Secondary School Examination with an aggregate of 55 % in English, Physics, Chemistry and either Biology or Mathematics. 
Mathematics is compulsory for those who desire a bachelor degree in any among Physics, Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Applications.

B.Sc in Life Science

AMU Faculty of Life Sciences provides B.Sc course in three disciplines i.e. Botany, Zoology, Biochemistry. There are 205 seats, 95 of which are for girls and the remaining 110 for boys. The eligibility criteria is a Senior Secondary School Examination certificate with an average of 55 % in English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology or Mathematics.
The Zoology Honors or Botany Honors students must have passed their Senior Secondary Examinations in Biology but this is not a necessary condition for the Biochemistry Honors aspirants.

AMU B.Sc Combined Entrance Test

AMU conducts a common test for the Bachelor of Science candidates for all three Faculties at once. The test is 2 hours long and of 100 marks in total. 
The test paper is divided into five sections namely Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology and English. Each section holds 25 marks.

The candidate has to choose between Biology and Mathematics, the rest of the subjects are compulsory. 

AMU B.Sc Cut-off

A very general but equally important question that roars in the heads of candidates is the cut-off of the last year Examination. Now, we can tell you that the cut-offs are never the same. There is no pattern to the cut-off and it depends on the number of seats present in the course. 

The cut-off for B.Sc Entrance Exam in AMU, 2014 was near the 80% zone. However, this can change as per the calibre of the competition. The wise thing to do for all the candidates would be to make sure that they get enough marks to clear the last year cut-off. 

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