JEECUP 2022 Exam Postponed
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The Joint Entrance Examination Council of Uttar Pradesh (JEECUP) has deferred the conduct of JEECUP 2022 exam. The official notification stating about the deferment of the exam has also been released on the official website of JEECUP at jeecup.admissions.nic.in. The revised exam schedule will be released on the website shortly.
JEECUP 2022: Here's What Official Notification Reads
The official notification released by the examination conducting authority read, 'The JEECUP 2022 online CBT based examination has been postponed. The revised dates for the conduct of the exam will be declared shortly.'
JEECUP 2022: What's Next?
Candidates registered to appear in the JEECUP 2022 exam had been waiting for the release of the admit card. However, the admit cards were slated to release on May 29, but no notification was issued for the same. Since the exam dates will be revised, the authorities will also issue the fresh dates for the admit card release. Hence, candidates must keep a vigilant eye on the JEECUP 2022 official website for updates related to admit card release.
JEECUP 2022: Details Mentioned on the Admit Card
Candidates must check the following details printed on the JEECUP 2022 admit card, once they are made available for download.
- Name of the candidate.
- Roll number for JEECUP 2022.
- Time and Date of JEECUP 2022 Exam.
- Date of birth of the candidate.
- JEECUP 2022 exam centre details.
- Photograph and Signature of the candidate.
The candidates are required to mandatorily carry a hard copy of their respective JEECUP 2022 hall tickets and a valid photo ID proof to the exam centre. Without the said documents, no candidate will be allowed to appear in the examination.
JEECUP 2022: Exam Pattern
Candidates can check the paper pattern for the JEECUP 2022 exam here.
Link to official website: jeecup.admissions.nic.in
- Type of questions asked: Objective type questions
- Exam duration: 3 hours
- Mode of exam: Both offline and online
- Marks awarded for every correct answer: 4
- Marks deducted for every wrong answer: 1
- Maximum marks awarded: 400
- Medium of exam: English and Hindi