UPSEE 2020: Admit Card To Be Released On April 27
The registration for the UPSEE concluded on April 6, 2020, and the admit cards are expected to be released by April 27 this month.
Mumbai: The registration procedure for the upcoming Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Examination (UPSEE) has been concluded and the authorities are set to release the admit cards by April 27, 2020. The registration dates were earlier extended by the conducting authorities until April 6, 2020.
The Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Examination is held for the students seeking admissions to various UG, PG, MBA, MCA, and other similar courses. This examination is being conducted by the AKTU i.e. Dr A P J Abdul Kalam Technical University Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow. The examination is mandatory for the aforementioned courses.
The candidates who have successfully submitted the registration form are given a chance to rectify the errors that may have occurred while submitting the form. The candidates must take a note that the correction window is only accessible to them until April 9, 2020, and no further corrections beyond this date are permissible.
Students are advised to go through their details carefully as the same would appear on the final result once they are announced. As mentioned earlier in this article, students would be granted access to their admit cards from April 27, 2020, onwards. The Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Examination is scheduled on May 10, 2020, and the results for the same are expected to be out by the first week of June, this year.
Students can refer to the relevant links provided below regarding the UPSEE –
How to Download UPSEE 2020 Admit Card?
- The correction window which is open only until April 9 can be accessed from here.
- Updates, brochure, and other details about the examination can be accessed from here.
The students must note that the UPSEE would be an objective type examination conducted in offline mode. All the papers excluding the drawing test under the UPSEE would be OMR based only, as per the instructions mentioned in the information brochure.
The students are required to select the correct answer using a blue or black pen only. There is no negative marking assigned for incorrect answers but the record of the same would be kept aside. The answers marked on the OMR would be considered final for the evaluation.