UPJEE 2023 Registration Begins at jeecup.admissions.nic.in How to Apply

Last updated time: 08 March 2023, 09:42 IST

JEECUP 2023 correction window opens from May 2-8 (Representative Image)

UPJEE 2023: The exam will be conducted from June 1 to June 5. The exam admit cards will be available on the official website on March 22.

The Uttar Pradesh Joint Entrance Examination Board (JEE CUP) has started the registration process for UPJEE (Polytechnic). Eligible and interested candidates can register online at jeecup.admissions.nic.in on or before May 1. JEECUP 2023 correction window will be opened by administrators after registration is completed. Enrolled students are allowed to make changes to their application from May 2-8.

Candidates can start applying for polytechnic joint entrance tests as per the schedule issued by JEE CUP. Candidates are not allowed to modify their JEECUP application after the deadline. All applicants are advised to complete the application process as soon as possible to avoid last-minute inconveniences.

JEECUP 2023: Steps to Apply

Step 1 – Go to the official website of Uttar Pradesh Joint Entrance Examination Board – jeecup.nic.in.

Step 2 – Apply for Joint Entrance Examination (Polytechnic)” / Click on the link that says “Apply for Joint Entrance Examination Board (Post Diploma in Industrial Safety)”.

Step 3 – Enter the required details and click the register button.

Step 4 – Login, fill the complete application form and upload all required documents.

Step 5 – Pay the application fee and submit the application form.

Step 6 – Download the application form and take a printout for future reference.

JEECUP 2023: Application Fee

Candidates from general category and other economically weaker sections have to pay Rs 300, while those from Scheduled Castes or Scheduled Tribes have to pay Rs 200. Applicants can refer to the information brochure for more information.

The exam will be held from June 1 to June 5. Admit cards for the exam will be available on the official website on March 22. Exams are held according to the following groups: A group, E1 group and E2, B group. , C, D, G, H, I, K1 and K8 and L group. Those who want to get admission in public and private polytechnic colleges of Uttar Pradesh must give UPJEE (Polytechnic).

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