August 15, 2016, 9:50 AM update: BTEUP result 2016 have been announced for selected courses and as UPBTE announced today, results of Final Year Pharmacy course and Final Year Lateral Entry courses will be published tomorrow on August 15 on uppresults.in.
BTEUP 2016: The results of BTEUP annual examinations of polytechnic and diploma courses were expected to be announced today on August 14. After missing a string of deadlines, result of the The Board of Technical Education, Uttar Pradesh (UPBTE) are likely to be out today.
The board has already released the results for seven branches namely, PG Diploma in Biotechnology (Tissue Culture), Textile Design, Information Technology, Retail Management, Library & Information Science, Diploma in Mass Communication, Electronics Engineering Advance Microprocessor, were announced on July 31st. Since then, the board has failed to publish the BTEUP polytechnic/diploma result 2016 for first year, second year and third year exams.
In a press note issued here on July 31, the board had notified of the same, also saying the BTEUP 2016 result will be released on it’s official website. Candidates may visit uppresults.in and www.bteup.ac.in to check their results when declared.
UPBTE has also kept itself out of students’ radar, not issuing any notification on when to they can expect the BTEUP results for 2016 examinations. On being asked about the delay in results, the UPBTE conceded that the delays were due to the board’s failure to complete the evaluation work on time. “There were certain technical issues that has delayed the process of preparing final year result,’ official said.
Talking to UPBTE, our ExamsWatch found out that results may be announced within next-12 days, though officials couldn’t provide a confirmed date. And without any official statement, it’s hard to say the exact date and time of result declaration.
The BTEUP conducts examinations for students enrolled with around 95 government and 290 private polytechnic/diploma colleges across Uttar Pradesh in various disciplines like Electrical, Electronics, Civil, Mechanical, Automobile, Computer Science and Information Technology, offering more than 30 trades. Close to 2.5 lakh students are enrolled in each year, first, second or third/final.
Last year, the pass percentage in final year results was recorded at 73% for girls and around 55% for boys. Reportedly, around 2.31 lakh students had appeared in final year examinations in 2015. It’ll be interesting to see the records of this year which should indicate the efforts made by state government to improvement polytechnic education.