UPJEE 2020 first allotment list Released, Here's what's next

The first allotment list of UPJEE 2020 will be out today around 6.00 p.m, Students will have the option to retain or pass the allotted seat in the first list of UPJEE 2020.

By See Latest Desk, Updated : Oct 06, 2020 18:21 IST
UPJEE 2020 first allotment list Released,  Here's what's next
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The Uttar Pradesh joint entrance examination UPJEE 2020 first allotment list will be declared today by the JEECUP (Joint Entrance Examination Council Uttar Pradesh) around 6.00 p.m According to the official notice the seats will be allotted based on the type of course and college chose by the student in counselling phase and marks secured by the student UPJEE 2020. The students can see their results at jeecup.nic.in.

The students who want to retain their allotted seats in UPJEE 2020 allotment list can retain it by paying the fee of RS 3000. Otherwise, they can pass on their UPJEE 2020 allotted seat and can wait for the next round. The students who wish to retain their seats need to undergo the document verification process. Admission will be given after completing the verification process. The students need to go through six rounds of counseling. If in case any seat left vacant then mop-up rounds will follow. 

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The student has the option of whether to retain or pass their seat till October 11 by 5 P.M while others can pay until October 12.  The students who want to apply the second round of counseling can do it from October 8 to October 12. The students can select their course and college till October 12 whereas, the UPJEE 2020 seat allotment list will be released on October 13. As mentioned above a total of 6 such rounds will be conducted for admission.  With the help of UPJEE, 2020 candidates will be eligible for admission in 67 courses in 1296 institutions across the state. 

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