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UPSEE PG Result 2020 declared update: The Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University has declared the UPSEE PG Result 2020. Students who have appeared for the entrance examinations conducted for the M.Tech, M.Arch, M.Pharm, MURP and M.Des programmes can view the UPSEE PG Result 2020  at the official website – upsee.nic.in. Candidates can check their UPSEE PG Result 2020 with the roll numbers mentioned in the admit cards.

Candidates should note that the UPSEE PG Result 2020 will include details such as the name and roll number of the students, name of the examination, subjects appeared for, marks secured in each subject, total marks secured and the qualifying status of the students.

The guide to download UPSEE PG Result 2020 is mentioned below.

UPSEE PG Result 2020: How to Check online

Step 1: Visit the official website upsee.nic.in

Step 2: Click on the link designated for UPSEE PG Result 2020

Step 3: On the next window, insert the roll number as mentioned in the exam admit card

Step 4: Select the ‘Search’ button

Step 5: View UPSEE PG Result 2020

Direct Link: Click here

 

UPSEE 2020 Marking Scheme as follows

Candidates should note that total marks scored are calculated on the basis of the number of questions attempted and marks awarded. While each objective question would carry 4 marks, scores are given if the answer is found to be correct.

More than one answer to a question would be treated as incorrect and no marks would be awarded in that case even if one of the marked answers is correct.

There would be no negative marking, however; a record of incorrect answer marked by the candidate would be kept separately.

Exam Name: Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Examination

Exam Conducting Body:        Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University (AKTU), Uttar Pradesh

Offical Website: upsee.nic.in

Exam Type: State-level

Mode of examination: Online and offline (both depending upon exam)

Number of Questions asked: 150

Maximum Marks: 600

Duration of Exam: 3 Hours

Section in Paper: 3 to 4 (depending upon the Course applied for)