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September 8th, 2016, 10:03 AM
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Re: UPTU Last Date Of Form Submission

As per your concern I will tell you last dates to submit exam form of Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Exam along with further details of exam.

Tentative dates

Availability of Application Form – last week February 2017

Closing date of Application – last week March 2017

Dates of Correction Window – last week March, 2017 – last week March, 2017

Declaration of the Admit Card – 2nd week April 2017

Date of Examination – 3rd week to last week of April 2017

Exam fees
For Male / Transgender Candidate / General/ OBC
Rs 1000/-

For SC/ST Category and Female Candidates/ Physically Handicapped Candidates of All the category
Rs 500/-

Examination pattern
The UPSEE 2017 will have MCQ type questions (except drawing test as part B of paper IV for Architecture program).

There will be different total marks for each paper- paper I, II & III carries 600 marks/ paper IV carries 500 marks/ paper V, VI, VII & VIII carries 300 marks/ paper IX, X, XI & XII carries 400 marks.

The applicants will be awarded with 4 marks for each correct answer and there will not be any negative marking.

For UG courses all the papers will be scheduled in an offline mode in MCQ format.

All the papers will be bilingual (in Hindi & English), except part A of paper IV.

On the other hand, For PG courses all the papers will be scheduled in an online mode in MCQ format.

The applicants applying for B.Tech must have cleared their 10+2 Examinations with Physics and Mathematics as their compulsory subjects.

Either Chemistry or Bio-Technology or Biology or Technical Vocational subject must have been studied as the other compulsory subject.

For B.Tech (Biotechnology), the criteria remains identical, except that the compulsory subjects can be Physics and Mathematics or Biology.

For admission into first year B.Tech., the applicant must have passed the intermediate examination of U. P. Board or 10+2 level examination or its equivalent from any recognized Board.

A minimum of 45% marks (40% marks for SC/ST Category candidates) without grace is required in the three subjects combined.

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