The Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Examination 2018 counseling process is scheduled to begin today i.e. from June 25, 2018. The link for the seat booking of your choice has been activated on the website. The UPSEE 2018 entrance examination result was declared at the end of May 2018. The rank cards were also issued to the students who have qualified the UPSEE 2018 examination. The registration for counseling process for admission to various degree level engineering and professional colleges will commence on the official website from June 25.
The user manual for the same is now available on the UPSEE 2018 official website. The counseling process for the second round will begin from July 6, 2018. As per the counseling schedule, the registration process, document upload and fee payment will begin on June 25 and will end on June 29. The document verification procedure will start from June 26 and will end on June 30, 2018. For the round 1 of counseling process, candidates would be able to fill and lock their choices from June 26 till July 1. The seat allotment result will be published on July 2, 2018.
The UPSEE 2018 examination started from 29th April 2018 and continued 6th May 2018. The Paper 1 to 3 was conducted on 29th April 2018 from 10:00 AM to 01:00 PM and Paper 4 was conducted on 29th April 2018 from 03:00 PM to 05:30 PM. The Paper 5, 6, 7 and 8 were conducted on 5th May 2018 in different time slots. The Paper 9 to 11 was conducted on 6th May 2018 in different time slots. Taking into account the convenience of the lakhs of students appearing for the UPSEE, the AKTU has released the UPTU Result 2018 online on their official website.
Established in the year 2000 as the Uttar Pradesh Technical University, the UPTU is the main stakeholder when it comes to technical and professional education in the state of Uttar Pradesh. Considering the sheer size of India’s biggest state, the UPTU was bifurcated into two different units i.e. Gautam Buddha Technical University and Mahamaya Technical University, with effect from 1 May 2010. The move was aimed at easing the overall workload over the workforce and ensuring quality management of technical education in the state. However, the decision was turned back on 5th January 2013 after it failed to produce the desired results and the varsity was again clubbed into a single banner. Later in 2015, the university was renamed after one of India’s most loved presidents and tech icon as Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University. Currently, the AKTU, as it is popularly known as;, has approximately 800 colleges affiliated to it.