AKTU/UPTU 2019: Important Dates, UPSEE Application Form, Eligibility, Exam Pattern & Syllabus

Published on : 10th May 2019    Author : Om Prakash
UPSEE Exam

UPSEE (Uttar Pradesh state level entrance examination) is one of the most sought-after engineering entrance examinations conducted by AKTU (Dr A. P. J. Abdul Kalam Technical University). Qualifying UPSEE 2019 will get you seats in one of the colleges and institutes affiliated to AKTU in Uttar Pradesh for pursuing graduate and postgraduate level courses in the fields of engineering, management, pharmacy, etc. To register for the exam, candidates need to just fill-up and submit the UPSEE 2019 application form within the stipulated time and pursue B. Tech, MBA, MCA, B. Pharm and B. Arch. Eligible candidates applying for the exam should note that the UPSEE score will be accepted by more than 400 engineering institutes in the state.

To help you understand the exam pattern and prepare better, we have furnished information about the important dates, eligibility criteria, exam pattern & syllabus, application process, etc.

Students looking to appear for the BTech, B.Arch courses will need to appear for the UPSEE/UPTU 2019 exam. The link for filling and submitting the UPSEE Online application form 2019 has been activated by the Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University, Uttar Pradesh. The last date for submitting the online application form is scheduled as March 15, 2019 (5:PM). The exam will be conducted on 21st April 2019 in both online and offline modes.

Important Dates of AKTU/UPTU Entrance Exam 2019:

UPSEE 2019 Exam Events

Important Dates

Online Registration form available from

23rd January 2019 (02:00 PM)

Last date of registration

15th March 2019 (05:00 PM)

Partial correction of filled and submitted application form

Up to 3rd April 2019 (05:00 PM)

UPTU 2019 Admit card/hall ticket issue date

15th April 2019 till exam date

UPSEE 2019 entrance exam

21st April 2019

Result declaration

Last week of May 2019

Counselling

10th June to 15th July 2019

Spot round counselling

Last week of July

How to Fill UPSEE 2019 Application Form?

To fill the application form of UPSEE 2019, the candidates need to follow the step-by-step rules mentioned below:

  • First, refer to the official website of UPSEE 2019 (https://upsee.nic.in)
  • Get registered for the test by providing important details such as the name of the candidate, mother’s name, father’s name, DOB, etc.
  • When registration is done, log in and access the application form by using registration number and password.
  • Enter personal and educational details in the form correctly.
  • Upload the scanned copies of the passport-size photograph and signature in accordance with the given specifications. The photograph needs to be in the JPEG format with a maximum size of 100 KB. The signature must have a maximum size of 30 KB. It should be in the JPG/JPEG format.
  • Make payment for the application fee according to the prescribed mode of payment, i.e. the online payment mode. The various payment options are net banking, wallets, debit card and credit card.

Categories

Fee Amount

General/OBC (Male and Transgender)

INR 1300

Female (all categories)

INR 650

SC/ST/PWD

INR 650

  • Take the printout of the confirmation page for further use.
  • Candidates need not send a hard copy of their documents or application form to the University.
  • There will be a correction form facility for a specified period. Rectify the errors if your application form has any wrong details. 

UPSEE 2019 Eligibility Criteria:

Nationality: Indian as well as International candidates, including PIO, NRI, FN, etc. are eligible to apply for the Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Exam 2019.

Age: No prescribed age limit for the AKTU/UPTU 2019 exam.

Academic Qualification Course-wise:

For B.Tech course -

  • 12th pass with Physics, Mathematics and any one of the following subjects: Bio-Technology/ Chemistry/ Biology.
  • General candidates should have scored at least 45% marks in aggregate of three subjects. For SC/ST category students, the minimum score is 45%. 

For B.Tech (Bio-Tech) Course -

  • 12th pass with Physics, Mathematics and any one of the following: Chemistry/ Bio-Technology/ Biology/ Technical Vocational subject.
  • General candidates should have scored at least 45% marks in aggregate of three subjects. For SC/ST candidates, minimum marks in aggregate are 40%. 

For B. Pharm course -

  • 12th pass with Physics, Chemistry and any of the following subjects: Biology/ Bio-Technology/ Mathematics/ Technical Vocational Subject.
  • General candidates should have scored at least 45% marks in aggregate of three subjects and SC/ST category candidate 40% marks in aggregate of three subjects. 

For BHMCT/BFAD/BFA/MAM Courses -

  • 12th pass in any stream
  • General candidates should have scored at least 45% marks and for SC/ST candidates, it is 40% marks.

For MBA/MCA Courses -

  • Candidates should have completed graduation from any recognised university or college.
  • For an MCA course, candidates must have studied Mathematics either at intermediate or graduation level.
  • General candidates should have passed the qualifying examination with at least 50% marks, and SC/ST category candidates should have passed this exam with at least 45% marks.

For B. Arch Course -

  • 12th pass with Mathematics, Physics and any one of the following subjects: Computer Science/ Chemistry/ Engineering Drawing/ Biology/ Technical Vocational subject.
  • Candidates must have passed the examination with at least 50% marks.

B. Tech (Agri.) -

  • 12th pass in Agriculture subject
  • General category students should have scored at least 45% in aggregate of three subjects, and SC/ST category candidates should have scored 40% marks. 

UPTU/AKTU 2019 Exam Syllabus:

  • The syllabus of UPSEE 2019 is vast and differs from one paper to another.
  • All in all, there are eleven papers and each paper covers topics from different areas.
  • The subjects like Mathematics/Biology, Chemistry and Physics comprise topics of classes 11th and 12th.

Click here for the complete UPSEE syllabus 2019 chapter-wise

UPSEE Exam Pattern 2019:

  • There will be 11 papers.
  • Paper-1, Paper-2, Paper-3 and Paper-4 will be OMR based, while the remaining papers will be computer based.
  • All the papers will be objective type except Part-B of paper-4.
  • The duration of the exam will be 3 hours.
  • Candidates will be getting 4 marks for each correct answer. There will be no negative marking.
  • All the questions are objective-types (MCQs).

Paper

Subjects

Number of questions

Maximum marks

1

Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics

50 questions - each from PCM comprising of total 150 questions.

600

2

Physics, Chemistry and Biology

50 questions - each from PCB comprising of total 150 questions.

600

3

AG-I, AG-II, AG-III

50 questions - each from AG-I, AG-II, AG-III with a total of 150 questions

600

4

Aptitude Test for Architecture

Part-A: Mathematics & Aesthetic Sensitivity

 

Part-B: Drawing Aptitude

50 questions - each of Mathematics from Aesthetic Sensitivity with a total of 100 questions and 2 questions from Drawing Aptitude.

500

5

Aptitude Test for General Awareness (BHMCT/BFAD/BFA)

75 questions

300

6

Aptitude Test for Diploma Holders in Engineering (Lateral Entry)

75 questions

300

7

Aptitude Test for Diploma Holders in Pharmacy (LE)

75 questions

300

8

Aptitude Test for B.Sc Graduates in Engineering (LE)

75 questions

300

9

Aptitude Test for MBA

100 questions

400

10

Aptitude Test for MCA

100 questions

400

11

Aptitude Test for 2nd year MCA (LE)

100 questions

400

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UPSEE Admit Card 2019:

  • The UPSEE 2019 admit card will be made available to candidates through online from the 15th April 2019 till the exam date.
  • During the admission and counselling process, the qualified candidates will be required to produce their admit cards.
  • Make adequate efforts to keep your UPSEE 2019 hall tickets safe till the admission process is over. Carry it with care to the examination hall.

UPSEE 2019 Allotted Exam Centres:

UPSEE 2019 will be conducted in 49 cities including Bhopal, Bhagalpur, Jaipur, Patna, Ranchi, Chandigarh, Dehradun and Delhi.

Declaration of UPTU Exam 2019 Result:

  • The UPSEE 2019 result will be declared in the last week of May 2019. While the counselling round will commence from 10th June to 15th July 2019, Spot round counselling will begin from the last week pf July 2019. Along with the result, the aspirants will avail the UPSEE 2019 answer key too.
  • A merit list of candidates for each course will be prepared on the basis of performance in the exam.

UPSEE 2019 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

Q: When will the online application form of UPSEE 2019 be available?

A: From the 3rd week of January 2019. 

Q: If the general candidates have less than 45% marks, are they eligible for this exam?

A: No, the general candidates with less than 45% marks in the aggregate of three subjects (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics/Biology) are not eligible for this exam.

Q: I am an Arts Graduate, but I have passed my 12th exam with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics, which course will be appropriate for me in accordance with UPSEE?

A: Since you have studied Mathematics in 12th standard, you can apply for an MCA course. You are even fit for an MBA course also. In today’s time, both the courses are equally important.

Q: Is there a facility of correction in the application form of UPSEE? If yes, what is the date?

A: In case, the applicants commit any mistakes while filling in the online application form, there is a facility for correction. The date for correction is the 3rd week of March 2019. 

Q: What is the total number of papers in UPSEE 2019?

A: There will be 11 papers in total.

Q: Papers will be OMR based or computer-based?

A: Paper-1, Paper-2, Paper-3 and Paper-4 will be OMR based, and the remaining papers will be computer based.

Q: What is the duration of the exam?

A: Three hours time will be allotted for the exam.

Q: Will the marks be deducted for wrong answers?

A: No marks will be deducted for wrong answers as there is no negative marking. As a result, candidates can make the best guesses. They should not leave any questions unanswered.


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2 Comments

Sapan yadav - May 27, 2019REPLY

I am kbc category and i scored less than 45% in pcm but i have techinical vocational subject so can i eligible for this exam

Exams Planner - May 31, 2019REPLY

No. 45 is the minimum percentage required for the exam.