The Joint Entrance Examination Council (JEECUP) has announced the dates for Uttar Pradesh Joint Entrance Examination (UPJEE) exams for Polytechnic. The registration for the exam will commence on February 15, 2022, and end on April 17, 2022. Candidates willing to apply for Polytechnic Institutes can register on their official websites, which are jeecup.admissions.nic.in.
Candidates will be allowed to change the details in the application from April 18 to 22, 2022. Then, the hall tickets will be issued from April 29, 2022. The exams will be held from June 6-9, 2022 for groups A& E1, E2. On June 10, exams will be conducted for groups B, C, D, F, G, H, I &K. The reservation day will be held on June 11 to 12. The dates for group L will be announced in the future. Sequentially, a provisional answer key will be provided on the official website so that the candidates can cross-check their responses. If any disparity is found, applicants can raise their objections on June 13 to 15. The scorecard will be published on June 17. Then, the counseling process will be held on the dates of June 20 to August 15. Consequently, the new session will begin on August 1, 2022.
How to apply
Step 1. Visit the official website for JEECUP 2022 – jeecup.admissions.nic.in
Step 2 Click on the UPJEE registration link present on the homepage.
Step 3. Fill out the registration details, including name, email id, phone no., etc.
Step 5. An application no. and password will be generated as login information.
Step 6. Now the candidate can log in within the portal. Click on the ‘UPJEE application form’ for 2022.
Step 7. Fill out the rest of the personal and academic details. Upload all the requested documents appropriately like a signature, photograph, ID proof, mark sheets.
Step 8. Pay the required application fee and submit the form finally.
Step 9. Print a hard copy for future reference.
Exam pattern and Eligibility
The exam is of objective type and comprises 100 questions. The question paper is available in both English and Hindi. The duration is 3 hours. Four marks are awarded for each correct answer and one mark is deducted for each wrong one.
Candidates must ensure that they fulfill the eligibility criteria before applying for the exam. In the case of engineering or technology diplomas, candidates must have passed class 10th with a cut-off percentage of 35%. They must have obtained 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.
For pharmacy courses, candidates must have passed class 12th with physics and chemistry as mandatory subjects with biology and math and should have achieved 50% in the mentioned subjects. For lateral entry in technology or engineering diploma, candidates should have passed class 12th with technical subjects or ITI trade. Students must have secured 60% in PCM subjects and 40% in engineering subjects. It is essential to monitor the information precisely. To obtain other information and updates, candidates are advised to keep track of the official website.