AKTU releases UPSEE 2020 Round 2 seat allotment Result at upsee.nic.in
The Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Examination (UPSEE) 2020 second round of seat allotment results have been published on the official website of AKTU.
New Delhi: The Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University (AKTU) has declared the UPSEE round two seat allotment results. The Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Examination (UPSEE) 2020 second round of seat allotment results have been published on the official website of AKTU -- upsee.nic.in. Students willing to take admission to undergraduate and postgraduate courses can check the UPSEE phase two seat allotment result. To access the UPSEE round two seat allotment results, candidates have to log in at the AKTU website with their UPSEE roll numbers and passwords.
The candidates who are shortlisted in phase two of UPSEE seat allotment will be required to confirm their admission online and pay the requisite fee. AKTU has allotted seats to the candidates on the basis of the ranks obtained, options entered during the online UPSEE counselling application and availability of seats. The AKTU had declared the first round of seat allotment on October 27.
To Check UPSEE Seat Allotment Round 2 Result
Visit AKTU website -- upsee.nic.in or click on the direct link above
On the Home Page, click ‘Allotment Result - Round 2’
On the next window, insert roll numbers and passwords on the designated spaces
Click and access the UPSEE Round 2 of seat allotment result
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Documents Required for Verification And Admission
UPSEE admit card 2020
UPSEE rank card 2020
Mark sheets and pass certificates of Class 10 and Class 12
Domicile certificate of the state
Parent’s domicile certificate (if the candidate has passed qualifying exam outside Uttar Pradesh)
Rural weightage certificate (if applicable)
Category certificate (if applicable)
Subcategory certificate for freedom fighters/armed forces/physically handicapped (if applicable)
Certificate of medical fitness/undertaking of medical fitness
Income certificate for economically weak candidates