The Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Examination (UPSEE) 2018 dates have been revised and the fresh dates have been issued on the official website that is www.upsee.nic.in . The UPSEE 2018 Examination is an entrance exam to gain admission into the undergraduate as well as the post graduate courses offered as many as 841 institutes which are affiliated to Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University which was initially known as the Kerala Technological University. The UPSEE 2018 Exam is conducted with an aim to inculcate leadership skills in relation to the technology related policy formulation as well as the engineering planning in respect to the state of Kerala.
UPSEE 2018 Exam Official Notification Out | Check Here
The UPSEE 2018 Examination dates have been revised lately and the same has been uploaded on the official website of UPSEE. As per the new revised schedule, the Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Examination 2018 will commence from 29th April’ 2018 for admission in the undergraduate courses and for the post graduate courses, the exams will be held on May 5 and May 6′ 2018. The UPSEE Examination 2018 is held every year for the admission of interested students into the various engineering institutions as well as other institutions which are affiliated to the Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University in Uttar Pradesh.
The official notification which has been uploaded on the official website should thoroughly be gone through by visiting the official website or can directly be visited by clicking on https://upsee.nic.in/publicinfo/Handler/FileHandler.ashx?i=File&ii=110&iii=Y . The official notification released contains all the necessary details and should be noted by all the interested candidates to avoid any last minute chaos during or before the exam.
UPSEE Exam 2018 | Check Eligibility Criteria Here
The registrations for the UPSEE Examination 2018 are likely to commence from the third week of January’ 2018. All the candidates who are interested in the UPSEE Exam 2018 must have passed the intermediate exam which is conducted by the UP Board or Class 12 Board Examination from any Board or University.
Additionally, 45% of the marks should necessarily be obtained by the interested candidates whereas any candidate belonging to the SC/ST category should have passed the examination with 40% marks. The marks obtained should not be of grace and should include an optional subject opted by the student additionally.
Source : UPSEE