Bodoland University, Assam, has released the University 3rd Semester admit cards on the official website – buniv.edu.in. Students of regular batch 2020 appearing for their 3rd semester exams for the post-graduate programmes – MA/ MSc/ MCom/ MCA/ MBA, and for undergraduate programmes BA/B.Com/B.Sc/BCA/B.Sc IT, can download their admit cards from the exam portal site of Bodoland university at bduexam.in. The exam form fill-up process was completed in February end, 2022, and are meant for the session 2020 batch.
Bodoland University Admit Card 2022
Students can go through the following steps mentioned below, to download their admit cards for the third semester.
Step 1: Go to the official examination website of the university – bduexam.in
Step 2: Click on the exam link that you are appearing for. In this case on – MA/ MSc/ MCom/ MCA/ MBA 3rd Semester (Regular Batch 2020)
Step 3: On the login page, click on ‘Student Admit Card Download’ on the notice board located on the left side.
Step 4: Enter your Course, Semester, User ID, and Roll Number.
Step 5: The admit card will now be visible, proceed to download and print it.
Details provided in Bodoland University Admit Card
The following details are visible on the Admit Card, students are advised to cross-check their personal details and refer to the admit card for all further details:
- Name of Student
- Registration Number
- Name of College
- College Code
- Date and Time of Examination
- Mode of Examination
- Examination Center (if applicable)
- Address of College and Center
Students are required to carry their respective admit card on the day of the examination, no student will be permitted to enter the exam hall without a hard copy of their admit card and a valid photo proof such as Aadhar Card, PAN Card, Passport, Drivers License, etc. The examination form fill-up for the PG programmes was released earlier in February 2022, only students that successfully completed the form fill-up process and obtained a registration number will be eligible to write the examination.
The medium of examination, except language subjects, shall be English for courses. Unless otherwise stated by the board, the question papers for end-semester theory will be 80 marks and 3 hours in duration. Students who fail to secure the minimum pass grade (equivalent to 40% marks) in a course and fail to obtain 4.0 SGPA, shall be declared ‘unsuccessful’ and will be placed in the F grade.