Finally after two weeks long delay, JEECUP released the result of UP Polytechnic entrance examination 2016 yesterday, on the evening of 10th June. The result can be checked at www.jeecup.org by entering your respective roll number and date of birth details.
Once candidates will enter the detail, they will find the marks obtained by them in the exam and ranks in each category they were eligible for. A candidate’s rank can be different in general category and reserved category. The scorecard which is displayed online also indicates whether or not you have qualified for the counselling.
JEECUP 2016: the results were awaited by 4.69 lakh candidates who wrote the polytechnic entrance exam on 1st May vying to get admission in top government/private institutions. Close to 1.3 lakh seats are up for taking by the candidates who will qualify to attend counselling. 4.03 lakh candidates had taken the test from group-A while 65.6 thousand wrote from other groups.
The qualifying marks for general category are 25 marks while same for all other categories is 1 except male unreserved category candidates. The rank will not be awarded to the candidates if marks obtained by him/her is less than that.
Maximum number of seats are offered in group A-J with total of 565 colleges offering admission in around 56 trades. For group K1-K7, a total of 1148 colleges are offering admission in various programs. Maximum number of seats are offered for group A-J courses with amounting to more than 1.2 lakh, rest of around 7k seats are for group K students. Students can checkout the full seat matrix at jeecup.org along with list of colleges and seats per program.
As of this morning on 11th June, the Council hasn’t released the counselling schedule. It’s expected that counselling schedule and procedure will be published within next few days to commence the admission process for session due start in July. Since the council is still to conduct the re-exam for Applied Maths, there’s possibility of delay in counselling too.
JEECUP results: Check here
Candidates should make sure whether or not they are awarded rank and are eligible to attend counselling.