UP JEE Polytechnic 2020 application form submission date extended till 11 May; candidates can apply on jeecup.nic.in
The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Council, Uttar Pradesh has extended the UPJEE 2020 (polytechnic) application form submission date to 11 May
The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Council, Uttar Pradesh has extended the UPJEE 2020 (polytechnic) application form submission date to 11 May. The notification has been released on its official website.
Earlier, the last date for submission of Uttar Pradesh Joint Entrance Examination 2020 was 20 April. The decision to extend the dates has been taken keeping in mind the coronavirus lockdown. The UP JEE 2020 entrance examination is scheduled for 14 and 15 June.
“The last date to fill the application form for the examination for admission to various engineering diploma, management and post-diploma courses for the COVID-19 epidemic-view session 2020-21 has been extended till 11 May, 2020,” read the notification.
Candidates can make modifications in their application forms between May 12 and May 15. The entrance examination for Group A, E1 and E2 will be conducted offline only. Rest of the exams will be held in online mode in selected districts.
How to apply
Step 1: Visit the official website - jeecup.nic.in - and fill the UP JEE 2020 polytechnic form
Step 2: Enter all the required details
Step 3: Make fee payment
Step 4: Upload scanned photo and signature
Step 5: Cross check all the details and click on submit
Step 6: Download the form and send a hard copy to the UP JEE Polytechnic Council
All candidates should check the eligibility criteria before filling up the form.
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