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BTEUP even semester exams 2017: Uttar Pradesh education board declares results on

The Board of Technical Education, Uttar Pradesh (BTEUP) has declared the results of polytechnic even semester exams, according to media reports. Students can check their results on the official website:

BTEUP conducted the even semester (2nd, 4th, 6th) exams between May and June 2017, said NDTVThe results of the same have been uploaded online.

The BTEUP 2017 results were earlier expected to be declared in the last week of August, reported MoneyControlAround 1.75 lakh students appeared for the examination.

Here's now you can check the BTEUP 2017 even semester results:

  • Go to the official BTEUP results website:
  • The window will display a page asking for the candidate's enrollment number.
  • Enter the enrollment number as given on your hall ticket.
  • Click on 'Show Result'.
  • Download your results and take a printout for future reference.
  • Alternatively, you can check your results here as well.
Representational image. Getty Images

Representational image. Getty Images

Students can also apply for revaluation of their answer sheets by downloading the application forms for the same from the official BTEUP website from Thursday night onward. Following re-evaluation, supplementary exams will be conducted. Instructions for it can be viewed here.

The BTEUP was established in Uttar Pradesh in May 1958 as State Board of Technical Education and Training, UP. It was later renamed in 1962. Thousands of students appear for exams in 52 different subjects of one, two and three-year course duration in colleges and institutions affiliated to BTEUP, according to News18.


Updated Date: Aug 03, 2017 16:13 PM

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