Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Exam 2019 conducting body, Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam Technical University has declared the first round seat allotment results
Candidates who have appeared and cleared UPSEE 2019 can check their admission status and college alloted to them on the official website i.e upsee.nic.in
Candidates can also check the UPSEE Seat allotment result 2019 through the direct link given below.
UPSEE 2019 Exam was conducted by the Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University, Uttar Pradesh (formerly U.P. Technical University, Lucknow) on 21st April 2019 and the result was declared on 3rd June 2019. Now, nearly after one month since the result, the UPSEE Seat Allotment List 2019 was released.
UPSEE 2019 is a state-level entrance exam held for admission to various courses. like B. Tech./ B.Arch./ B.Des./ B.Pharm./ BHMCT/ BFAD/ BFA/ B. Voc./ MBA/ MBA(Integrated) / MCA/ MCA(Integrated)/ M Tech (Dual Degree) M.Tech/ M. Arch/ M. Pharm/ M. Design And 2nd year of B. Tech./ B.Pharm./ MCA (Lateral Entry).
Candidates will have to lock their seat by completing the necessary admission formalities latest by 7th July 2019. Candidates who are not satisfied with the college seat allotted can alternatively opt for ‘float’ option and choose to be part of the UPSEE 2nd Allotment List 2019 which is expected on 15th July 2019.
The seat confirmation fee for General and OBC candidates is Rs. 20,000 and for SC and ST category candidates is Rs. 12,000.How to check UPSEE Seat Allotment Result 2019 online?Step 1: Visit official website: upsee.nic.inStep 2: Find and Click on direct link for 1st Round Allotment List 2019Step 3: Input the details required like roll no and passwordStep 4: Check Allotment Status and LinkStep 5: If selected for allotment, download provisional allotment letter
Candidates must note that the in the UPSEE First Allotment Result 2019, the allotment list for PG courses i.e. M Tech/ M Arch/ M Pharm/ M Des courses, will not be released.
Around 1.7 lakh candidates had appeared in the examination, of whom 1.5 lakh have qualified. There are 1.4 lakh seats in 13 courses in 597 colleges.