UPSEE entrance exam is conducted Uttar Pradesh Technical University, Lucknow. For admission in professional courses like B. Tech ,B.Arch. ,B.Pharm, BHMCT, BFAD, BFA,MBA,MCA, MA in different government and private colleges of Uttar Pradesh.
In India largest numbers of engineering colleges are located in UP. The exam offers national as well as international students to apply for the entrance. This exam is like other state entrance exams with slight variability in the eligibility criteria.
KEY POINTS ABOUT UPSEE 2016
Exam Name: Uttar Pradesh state entrance examination
Commonly called as: UPSEE (also called as UPTU, GBTU now )
Exam type: State level
Exam category: Undergraduate exam
Conducting Body: Uttar Pradesh Technical University, Lucknow
UPSEE 2016 Syllabus
UPSEE demands the same subject knowledge like other regional entrance exams for engineering. To appear in the exam, an applicant must have a thorough knowledge about Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The UPSEE syllabus will follow the core 11th and 12th NCERT syllabus. UPSEE mainly focuses on PCM as they will be needed later in engineering course.
UPSEE doesn’t demand any specific UPSEE exam based book for the entrance as the syllabus is same as other state entrances. Following the previous year question banks, the must read books are:
- Hall and Knight for Algebra
- Concept of Physics by HC Verma
- Arihant publisher JEE and state entrance guides
- Resnich Halliday Volume 1 and 2 for Physics
- Cengage for Mathematics
- P Tondon Chemistry
- Arihant English
UPSEE is an important exam that can lead an applicant to reserve a seat in reputed UP engineering colleges. The exam is based on Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics subjects. The questions will not be from outside the syllabus taught in XI and XII or in the equivalent courses. One must focus on Algebra, Calculus and other vital portions while preparing for Mathematics. Organic and Physical part of the chemistry must be mastered and in case physics, the whole NCERT problems and theories need to be studied confidently.
Candidates must be aware of the eligibility criteria of UPSEE before applying for the exam. The UPSEE eligibility criteria are mentioned below.
- Applicant should have passed +2 or equivalent courses from a well known board.
- Applicant must have studied PCM subjects in +2 or equivalent courses
- Minimum 45 percent aggregate marks in +2 or equivalent courses with PCM mandatory for General category students. For SC and ST, the requirement is 40%.
- Applicant must be +2 passed or appearing or any other equivalent course passed out.
- Passport needed for international candidates.
UPSEE offers a total of 8 papers for all the entrance exams for the professional courses. Foe engineering, UPSEE includes Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. All the questions are objective. There will be few options to select for each question. Every correct answer will lead to positive 4 marks. UPSEE doesn’t include any negative marking so that a student can try all the questions risk free. Total time of 3 hours is provided to each student. Every student will be provided an OMR sheet and for every question, only one answer is needed to be selected. Candidates must use blue or black ball pen to fill the answers in the OMR sheet.
To prepare properly for UPSEE, the applicants must manage the time allotment for each subject. The most effective tips from the past toppers of UPSEE include:
- Equal Time allotment to Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics
- Separate note must be prepared containing the formula, equations and short notes for quick revision.
- Referring to the previous year sample papers are very helpful.
- Take proper rest at night to maintain the preparation efficiency high at day time.
- Go through the syllabus and mark the confidently completed topics.
- Use mock test papers and create the exam environment at home.
- Online and offline application form filling- 25 Feb, 2015 to 25 Mar, 2015
- UPSEE Exam 2014- 19 April, 2015
- Results- 20 May 2015
Official Website: www.upsee.nic.in/