The subject combination required in the qualifyingexamination (intermediate examination of U.P. Board or 10+2 level examinationor its equivalent) for admission to first year of different courses ,B. Pharm.Physics & Chemistry Mathematics/ Bio-Technology/ Biology / TechnicalVocational Subject
All applicants are requested to read the eligibilitycriteria in detail before filling the online UPSEE 2017 application form. Thereare three steps to follow while filling the UPSEE application as follows
Uploading ofPhoto, Signature and Thumb Impression
Payment ofthe Application Fees
Step 1 – Registration
Click on the provided link to access UPSEE Application Form2017. Choose the “Uttar Pradesh State entrance Exam for UG - 2017"
Select “Apply” button.
A screen consisting of the instructions and procedure ofsubmitting the application form will appear.
The applicants are requested to read the details carefullyand click on “Proceed” to fill the online UPSEE 2017 application form.
Step 2 – Filling theOnline UPSEE Application Form
The next step for the applicants is to fill in theirinformation in the application. All information submitted has to be correct.Incomplete or incorrect application forms will be rejected. The followingdetails will have to provide in the UPSEE application form 2017:
Step 3 – Review andSubmission
The applicants aresuggested to review their submitted information before submitting the UPSEE2017 application form.
Once the applicants click on “Submit” button, then a reviewpage will be shown through which the applicants can check all the informationhe/she has submitted.
Click on “Edit Application Form Data” for any changes.
Once all changes has been made, the applicants can select“Final Submit” button after accepting the declaration of terms.
An application number will be generated after successfulsubmission of the application form. The application number will also be sent tothe applicant's registered mobile number. For future reference, the applicantsare requested to keep the application number in mind.
Login will have to be done with the application number andpassword to proceed.
Step 4 – Uploading ofScanned Documents
The scanned photograph, signature and left thumb impressionhas to be uploaded according to the specifications mentioned above. The imageshave to be uploaded correctly. Blurred images will be rejected. The applicantscan select “Save” button once the correct images are uploaded. After thedocuments are uploaded, the applicants will have to login again with theirapplication number and password.
Step 5 – Payment of Application Fees
The applicant isrequired to pay the application fees to successfully submit the applicationform. Payment of the UPSEE application fees will have to be done only in onlinemode i.e., through Credit Card/Debit Card/Net Banking. A transaction numberwill be generated after successful payment and has to keep for futurereference. The confirmation page will be generated and the applicants arerequested to keep two print outs of the confirmation page for future use.
UPSEE 2017Application Fee
Male/Transgender Applicants of General/OBC Category: Rs.1200
Female applicants, SC/ST applicants and PhysicallyHandicapped applicants: Rs. 600
Step 6 - Printing theConfirmation Page
After successfully submitting their UPSEE 2017 ApplicationForm, candidates must download the confirmation page and safe keep it. This maybe required for the future reference. Candidates may be asked to furnish thisat the time of counselling
The UPSEE Confirmation Page will showcase the details of thecandidate as filled in along with the photograph, signature and the left thumbimpression.
Candidates are not required to send the confirmation page orany other documents to the University.
A provision to print the confirmation page will be providedto candidates in case they have not downloaded or saved the same.
All objective type questions are required to be answered on a specially designed OMR answer sheet against the respective question number. Candidate is supposed to select only one choice for correct answer in each question.
Every objective multiple type question would carry four marks for each correct answer. More than one answers indicated against the question will be deemed as incorrect answer and no marks are awarded for the incorrect answer.
There will be no negative marking. However, a record of incorrect answers given by a candidate will be kept separately.