BTEUP Results 2021 – Board of Technical Education Uttar Pradesh (BTEUP) has declared Diploma Polytechnic 1st 3rd 5th Sem Result at its official website result bteup.ac.in. According To News Paper, BTEUP Diploma 1st 3rd 5th Sem Result 2021 link will be live today i.e. 30th June 2021.
Board of Technical Education Uttar Pradesh Lucknow has also released the Diploma 1st 3rd 5th Sem Result 2021 on 30th June 2021. Students who attended in the odd semester examination can check UPBTE result 2021 online at the official website of BTEUP. Our website has added the direct link to check BTEUP Odd Sem Results 2021.
The results of polytechnic odd semester examinations were declared Monday i.e 11 February 2021. Again in the BTEUP result of the girls outcome boys. The BTEUP Diploma odd Sem Topper List 2021 will also be provided on this page.
Garima is a resident of Kanpur. Three top daughters meet in the top five list. In the Topper list, Ranjan Maurya of State Women’s Polytechnic Lucknow secured 92.65 percent second position and Pinky Paswan secured third position with 92.48 percent marks.
A total of 1,90,284 students took the exam in the BTEUP Odd semester 2020. Of which 6,047 students passed with the back. Sanjeev Kumar, Secretary, Technical Education Council, said that a total of 11,03,882 answer papers have been evaluated. They said that the girls in the Top 10 list have played in seven places. Whereas, there are four girl students in the state of Polytechnic Lucknow.
How To Check BTEUP Diploma/Polytechnic 1st 3rd 5th Sem Result 2021?
- First students visit the official website http://result.bteupexam.in/year/RollNo.aspx
- now enter Enrollment no. and click on Show Result
- The result will be displayed on the screen.
- you can take print out of BTEUP Diploma mark sheet
BTEUP Results 2021 Direct link
Uttar Pradesh Board of Technical Education is the board which provides technical education to students in Uttar Pradesh, India. It was set up in May 1958 as ‘State Board Of Technical Education and Training’, the name was changed to ‘Board Of Technical Education’ in 1962. Wikipedia