Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Examination (UPSEE) 2014 Results has been declared. The Uttar Pradesh Technical University (UPTU) announced the UPSEE Results 2014 on 2 June 2014.
The candidates who appeared in the examination and have been waiting anxiously for their results can now check their results either on the official website of UPSEE, or they can visit Jagran Josh’s result page dedicated to UPSEE Results 2014: https://www.jagranjosh.com/results/2014-upsee-result-61801 which is an easy way to access the results.
Check UPSEE Result 2014 On : https://www.jagranjosh.com/results/2014-upsee-result-61801
The UPSEE exam is conducted by Uttar Pradesh Technical University (UPTU) for the UG and PG courses for engineering, pharmacy and architecture.
This year, the UPSEE for admission to UG courses was conducted on 20 April 2014, in which around 1.83 lakh candidates appeared. For admission to PG courses, the UPSEE was conducted on 27 April this year. Those who will pass the exam will be able to get admissions into courses such as B.Tech (302), B.Arch (13), MBA (407), MCA (134), M. Pharma (33) and M.Tech (40) available at institutes affiliated to the UPTU.
As per the available data, about 80% candidates passed the UPSEE last year, and girls performed better than boys. The pass percentage recorded for UPSEE 2013 was 81.8%.
Uttar Pradesh Technical University (UPTU) is a public university that is located at Uttar Pradesh. It was set up by Government of India on 08 May 2000. It is said to be the biggest technical university in Asia and has about 800 colleges affiliated under it. The university offers various undergraduate courses in engineering, architecture, hotel management, fashion design, pharmacy and so on. The university is also into offering post graduate courses in computer applications and business administrations.
The team at jagranjosh.com wishes all the very best to all the students who appeared in the UPSEE 2014.
All the Best!
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