UPSEE BHMCT 2014 Cutoff
UPSEE BHMCT 2014 Cutoff denotes minimum percentage of marks to be scored by candidates in the written UPSEE BHMCT exam so as to qualify the entrance exam. As per the UP State government order, UPSEE BHMCT 2014 Cutoff percentage, for the current academic year is 25% and 20% for candidates belonging to general and SC/ST category respectively.
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UPSEE BHMCT 2014 Cutoff is used by the exam conducting authority the Uttar Pradesh Technical University (UPTU) for the purpose of offering admissions to qualifying candidates depending on their merit/rank.
Merit list will be prepared by UPTU on the basis on performance of the candidates in the UPSEE BHMCT 2014.
After UPSEE BHMCT 2014 result declaration, merit position and score-card with total marks obtained by candidates will be available online on the university’s official website.
UPSEE BHMCT 2014 result is scheduled to be declared online on or before May 20, 2014. Post result declaration, the exam exam conducting authority Uttar Pradesh Technical University (UPTU), will start counselling rounds to offer admission to qualifying candidates for the academic year 2014. According to information given in proscpectus, UPSEE BHMCT 2014 counselling rounds will tentatively start in last week of May, 2014.
UPSEE BHMCT 2014 scores are accepted by 13 participating colleges/institutes offering Bachelor of Hotel Management and Catering Technology course for the current academic year. The UPSEE BHMCT was held on April 20, 2014 in paper-pencil mode of exam to offer admission for 1150 seats across 13 participating institutes located in Uttar Pradesh state.
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Questions related to UPSEE
after 12th pass i want to do double UG course so take admission in b.a. in my rural area and also fill the form of upsee(for b.tech) Just suggest me all prosses about it
Untill now, rules did not allow a student to be enrolled with more than one university at a time. But the University Grants Commission (UGC) recently approved rules for the dual degree programme that allows you to enroll in two universities simultaneously for different degree programmes. So yes, you can now enroll at two different institutions for two different courses.
how are marks in upsee b pharma for admission in private college for sc
Hello dear ,
To get admission in B, Pharma in private colleges you need to score minimum marks of 270 out of 600 for general category and 240 for sc/st in UPSEE entrance examination .
So , try to score more than 240 .
Best of luck !
lateral entry Admission in Electrical department without UPSEE possible???
For lateral entry in BTech for electrical engineering, there are many colleges. Some colleges take their own entrance exam while many take through state level entrance exam.
Since you have not mentioned your college .One exam as UPSEE not necessary. It depends on which college you want to take admission in , and then you have to see through which exam they take admission. You will have to pass that exam and qualify for electrical engineering.
If you want to take admission in a college in which they take admission through UPSEE ,then you will have to give the exam.
Hope my answer helps you
My name is Rahul Singh Sir I got 85 % in icse 10 and 83% in cbse 12 how can I prepare for jee main and upsee so that I can get a top government engineering college of btech please give some tips.
Never leave any concepts doubtful or unsolved. Once done with the syllabus and concept clarity, you should move towards solving previous years papers. Give mock tests as much as possible. Time management is one more important thing you should look upon. Remember that practise will increase your efficiency.
Give at least two mock tests every week. Then analyze your weak parts and work on them. If you find it difficult to prepare from books like HC Verma, DC Pandey, then only go for NCERTs. From wherever you study, you must complete NCERT Textbooks as many questions are directly asked from NCERTs.
Some important chapters you must focus on- For Physics, Rotational Motion, Thermodynamics, SHM, Electrostatics, Magnetism, Optics, Modern Physics. In Mathematics, Complex Number, Conic Section, Circle, Calculus, Vector & 3 D, Probability, Trigonometric Equation, Properties of Triangles, Quadratic Equation, Sequence and Series, Permutations and combination. In Chemistry, you can more focus on these chapters for last month preparation- Chemical bonding, Electrochemistry, Coordination compound, Salt analysis, Ionic equilibrium, Thermodynamics & thermochemistry, Aldehydes and ketones, Aromatic hydrocarbons, GOC isomerism, Liquid solutions, Alkyl halides and aryl halides. Beside this, give mock tests regularly.
But if you are going to appear for Jee Main, Next year, then you should wait for the syllabus to know. CBSE has reduced the syllabus from Class 9 to 12 by 30% and NTA has not yet announced any such notification to reduce the syllabus of Jee Main also. But it seems the syllabus of Jee Main and Neet will also be reduced keeping the core concepts unchanged. The topics which carry less weightage may be eliminated from the syllabus of 2020-21 session. The chances are quite high. But until NTA releases any notice, it can't be said properly. Please to hear this from the authority. For now you can prepare from NCERT textbooks.