UPTU (Uttar Pradesh Technical University) entrance examination is also known as the UPSEE (Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Examination). UPTU conducts the UPSEE examination for the admission to various studies like B.Tech, B.Pharm, M.C.A, B.Arch, B.FAD and BHMCT. The UPSEE exam is a state level entrance examination. All colleges located in Uttar Pradesh consider the rank scored by the candidate in UPSEE state examination for admission in said courses beside the national level entrance examination known as JEE Main. All IITs and NITs consider only JEE Main 2015 examinations for admission.
The UPSEE 2015 will be held on 18th and 19th April 2015 as per the official declaration.UPTU has issued the application form on its website. The application forms has started from 25 February and last date to fill the form is extended from 25 March, 2015 to 4th April 2015. The last date of receiving the confirmation page is 9th April 2015.
No. of Papers
The UPSEE 2015 will consist of total 12 question papers for UG and PG admissions. Paper 1 to paper 5 is for the regular admission in all said UG courses, paper 6 to paper 8 are for lateral entry in B.Tech and B.Pharm courses for diploma holders and B.Sc graduates, paper 9 for an MBA course, paper 10 for MCA course, paper 11 for MAM dual degree course and paper 12 is for the lateral entry admission to MCA course.
Syllabus & Questions Pattern
The UPSEE 2015 will consist of the objective type question papers except drawing test as part B of paper 4 for the admission in architecture. The entire examinations will cover the UPSEE syllabus of 11th & 12th for UG courses and graduate syllabus for PG courses contains the appropriate subject for a particular paper or course. Each paper carries the different maximum marks as paper 1, 2 & 3 consist of 600 marks; paper 4 consists of 500 marks; paper 5, 6, 7 & 8 consist of 300 marks and paper 9, 10, 11 & 12 consist of 400 marks each.
All candidates will be required to answer on a special OMR answer sheet. Candidates will be supposed to choose only one choice against each question. Each correct answer will carry the 4 marks and there is no negative marking. More than one answer will be considered as incorrect answers.
Language & Mode of Examination
All papers for the admission in UG courses will be held offline and the format will be in multiple choices. Except part A of paper 4, all papers are in both Hindi and English languages. The English language will be considered in case of any Ambiguity.
All papers for PG course will be held via online mode in multiple choice type formats. For any further query kindly visit the official website of UPTU.