UPSEE 2020 application to end today; check steps to apply

UPSEE 2020 application to end today; check steps to apply
Ritu Tripathi | Mar 30, 2020 - 9:38 a.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University will close the UPSEE 2020 applications today i.e. March 30. Candidates who have not submitted their UPSEE 2020 application form yet should submit their forms now. The UPSEE application form 2020 was released on January 27. Candidates must keep all the required documents ready before filling the application form like valid mobile number, email Id, class 10th/12th certificates and scanned images of their photograph and signature.

Check steps to fill UPSEE 2020 application form here

Step 1: Registration and Application form filling- Candidates will have to first register by entering basic details like name, date of birth, mobile number, email Id, etc. along with creating a password. Once the registration is completed, candidates will receive an application number on their registered mobile number and email.

After this, candidates will have to login to the candidate portal using their application number and password to fill all the required details like educational details, exam centre details, etc.

Step 2: Uploading Documents- Next, the candidates will have to upload the scanned images of their photograph and signature as per the specifications provided by the authorities.

Step 3: Payment of Application fee- In the last step, candidates will have to pay the application fee of UPSEE in online mode.

After this, candidates will be required to download the confirmation page from the website for future reference.

The authorities will also provide an application form correction facility for the candidates from March 18 to April 3. All the candidates will be able to correct their mistakes in the application form during this period.

UPSEE 2020 will be held as a pen-paper based examination on May 10. The admit cards for the exam will be available from April 27 to May 10.

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