Updated as on Sep 24, 2021. BITSAT 2021 slot booking for test begins today, July 17, 2021. Candidates can reserve the date and slot through official link bitsadmission.com. The slot and test date booking will be done on a first come first serve basis. Candidates who have registered for BITSAT- 2021 should reserve their Test date and time before 5:00 PM on July 21, 2021. Direct link to reserve seats
The deadline for submission of Online applications for BITSAT-2021 is extended to July 7, 2021 (5:00 PM IST). BITSAT-2021 online tests (earlier scheduled during June 24-29, 2021) stand postponed. BITSAT-2021 online tests shall be conducted during August 3-9, 2021.
BITS Pilani for the admission to its 3 campuses, Pilani, KK Birla Goa, & BITS Hyderabad.
BITS Pilani is considered one of the best engineering college in the country, ranked above new IITs and NITs. More than 2 Lakhs students sits every years in BITSAT Exam, a computer based test (CBT), for the 2600 seats.
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Birla Institute of Technology & Science (BITS), Pilani a leading Institute of Higher Education and a deemed University under section 3 of the UGC act offering degree programmes in Engineering, Sciences, Technology, Pharmacy, Management and Humanities. This web site describes the admission modalities for the on-campus degree programmes offered at Pilani campus, Goa Campus and Hyderabad Campus of BITS, Pilani.
BE Courses Offered at BITS:
- BITS, Pilani: Chemical, Civil, Computer Science, Electrical & Electronics, Electronics & Instrumentation, Mechanical, Manufacturing.
- K. K. Birla, Goa: Chemical, Computer Science, Electronics & Communication, Electrical & Electronics, Electronics & Instrumentation, Mechanical.
- BITS, Hyderabad: Chemical, Civil, Computer Science, Electronics & Communication, Electrical & Electronics, Electronics & Instrumentation, Mechanical, Manufacturing.
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For a candidate to be eligible to take BITSAT 2021, The must fulfil the following eligibility criteria.
- Candidate should have passed class 12th examination with a proficiency is English.
- Candidate should have scored a minimum of 75% marks in physics, chemistry and mathematics in class 12th examination, with at least 60% in physics, chemistry and mathematics each.
- Candidates already studying in any of the BITS campuses are not eligible to take BITSAT.
- The first rank holders of all central and state board exams for the year 2021 will be offered direct admission to BITS to any degree program of their choice.
- Mode of Exam: BITSAT is essentially a computer based test (CBT). So, you can only take it in the online mode.
- Questions: The paper contains 150 questions, 40 each for physics and chemistry, 45 for mathematics, 15 for English and 10 for logical reasoning. The questions are objective type. Each question has equal weightage of marks.
Apart from the 150 standard questions, candidates have the option to attempt 12 bonus questions.
The details for this section are mentioned below.
- Exam Duration: Candidates are given 3 hours to complete the paper.
- Exam Slot: The exam will be conducted in 2 slots – 9 AM to 12 Noon and 2 PM to 5 PM.
- Language for Question Paper: You have the option to take the paper in English only.
- Marking Scheme: Candidates will be awarded +3 and -1 for a correct and an incorrect response respectively.
|IV||(a) English Proficiency||15||45|
|(b) Logical Reasoning||10||30|
12 Extra Questions
- The 12 extra questions comprise of 4 questions each from Physics, Chemistry, and Math.
- Marking scheme is the same, +3 for correct answer and -1 for incorrect answer.
- You are not given any extra time to attempt these questions.
- You must answer all the 150 questions (without skipping any of them) in the main section to be eligible to attempt the 12 extra questions.
- Once you have entered this section, you cannot go back to or change your answers in the 150 questions’ section.
- Consider attempting the extra questions only if you have at least 20 minutes left.
- It is a general belief that the extra questions are of JEE Advanced level. But candidates who have attempted it claimed that they are only slightly tougher than the first section.