Joint Entrance Examination Council, Uttar Pradesh (JEECUP) has released UP Polytechnic 2020 admit card. The admit card for the offline exams, which are for Group A, Group E1, and Group E2, released on September 05, 2020. Whereas, the admit card for the online exams, of Group B, C, D, F, G, H, I, K1, K2, K3, K4, K5, K6, K7, and K8, has released on September 07, 2020.
Registered candidates can download JEECUP 2020 admit card from jeecup.nic.in. To do so, candidates need to click on the link for the admit card login of the respective group. Next, the candidates need to enter application number, password, and security pin. Lastly, click on the sign in button and download the hall ticket from the dashboard.
The admit card is an important document which is to be carried by candidates to the examination centre. This is a mandatory document without which entry to the exam centre is not permitted. The hall ticket includes details of the candidate as well as of the exam. Personal details include name, date of birth, category, roll number, etc. Examination time, centre, address and date are mentioned in the hall ticket. Candidate’s photograph, signature and left thumb impression is also displayed in the admit card. They are advised to read the instructions listed in the admit card carefully. If there are any discrepancies in the hall ticket, candidates have to immediately contact the concerned authority. Contact details are listed on the official website.
The JEECUP 2020 examination is going to be conducted in both offline and online formats. For offline examination, it is mandatory for candidates to carry their admit card, a transparent clipboard/ cardboard clipboard and a ballpoint pen. In case of online or computer-based examination, candidates are instructed to only carry their admit card. Calculators, pagers, mobile phones, study material, Bluetooth devices, log tables, etc are strictly prohibited at the exam centre.
The entrance examination is of three-hours duration and is conducted in both online and offline modes. The question paper includes objective-type questions printed in both English and Hindi languages. Each question is allotted 4 marks and for every wrong answer, 1 mark is deducted. For the computer-based exam, biometric test of the candidates is done in which their photo and fingerprint are captured. Candidates are also given sheets to do their rough work. In case of offline examination, they have to sign the verification sheet and put their left thumb impression. They are instructed to do their rough work in the test booklet itself. Moreover, two copies of the OMR sheet are given at the centre. Candidates have to mark their answers in any one of the sheets provided. For any further guidelines and instructions, candidates and parents are advised to frequently check the official website.