State Entrance Exam is an entrance exam conducted by Uttar Pradesh Technical University (UPTU) for admitting students in its engineering, management, pharmacy and architecture courses at its affiliated and constituent colleges across the state.
As of now, every year the charm of courses at its affiliated colleges is declining. UPTU has asked all its affiliated college to find out why such a decline has happened in recent years. Some of the colleges got their seat filled whereas some not. What are the ways/measures by which we can improve the admission percentage? UPTU has asked.
It has been noticed that admission percentage decline in 2013 as compared to 2012. This decline in admission percentage has been a major worry and challenge for UPTU administration for which the UPTU has sought report from the colleges and has started contemplating for the coming SEE – 2014.
In previous couple of years the colleges were divided to be affiliated with two separate universities one being Gautam Budha Technical university(GBTU) and Mahamaya Technical University(MTU) being the second resulting in a compromised quality of instruction, facilities and services being offered at the colleges.
In January 2013 the two entities GBTU and MTU were merged stemming the UPTU again.
Now UPTU administers around 194,000 seats in engineering, management, pharmacy and architecture across states out of which as per a media report around 35-45% seats are remaining vacant in general.
Now, since the challenge of SEE – 2014 is round the corner, we wish and hope that UPTU shall be taking all the measures to maintain the quality of the services rendered at the colleges attracting more and more students for enrollment.
Having been professionally trained in Computer Science & Management, Haseeb Ahmad, an educationist, a dynamic education activist and the founder of Simt Foundation, is now working in Middle East as a full time employee. Out of his many responsibilities he is having a keen interest in guiding the students in the pursuit of their higher education, as he thinks the only hindrance in the social and overall development of the human race is lack of higher education.