UPSEE 2017 is expected to be held on April 16, Registration starts from Jan 15

Jan. 5, 2017 Gitumoni

UPSEE 2017 is expected to be held on April 16According to the latest media reports coming in from Uttar Pradesh, the state held UPSEE 2017 exam is likely to be held on April 16, 2017. The Application form for Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Examination (UPSEE) is expected to be available on January 15, 2017 and last date to apply is March 24, 2017 for admission into various B.Tech courses across the state. The admit card will be made available on April 7, 2017. For the academic year 2017-18, the participating institutes of AKTU will select candidates on the basis of the marks scored in the UPSEE 2017 examination.

Latest: UPSEE 2017 Application Form will be available tentatively on January 15, 2017 and the last date to apply will be March 24, 2017.

After the rejection of its proposal for granting admission of the candidates through All India Test held by CBSE by the Uttar Pradesh Government, the Abdul Kalam Technical University has strengthened its efforts to conduct the Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Examination (UPSEE 2017) with an eye to curb any malpractices and impersonation.

According to reports, the Secretary of Technical Education in Uttar Pradesh has decided that the candidates will be admitted to nearly 620 colleges affiliated to AKTU only on the basis of the UPSEE 2017 examination to be held on April 16, 2017. After the commencement of exam and result declaration, AKTU will conduct the common counselling process and seats will be allocated to the qualifying candidates for the various engineering courses on the basis of their ranks and choices.

Aspirants of UPSEE 2017 can prepare for the exam by checking the UPSEE 2017 Exam Pattern as they will get a fair idea about the pattern of questions in the final question paper. Candidates must also be thorough with the UPSEE 2017 Syllabus to cover all the topics and score good marks in the entrance test. Aspirants can also take help of the UPSEE 2017 Sample Papers to practice and prepare more effectively for the final examination.

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