The UPSEE 2019 cutoff should be provisionally declared by AKTU in May / June after the announcement of the results. The limit is published mainly for BTech candidates as well as for MBA and MCA candidates since the number of candidates requesting these courses is generally higher than the number of places available. All candidates who qualify for the UPSEE 2019 exam can check the limit of their respective courses on the official exam website.
The UPSEE limit varies by course and university. The selection list includes the opening and closing lines (OR and CR) of candidates belonging to different categories. After exceeding the limit set for UPSEE 2019, applicants can determine the university at which they can apply for admission. All candidates who meet the eligibility limit are eligible to participate in the UPSEE Board.
UPSEE Cutoff – Determining Factor
Various factors are taken into consideration to determine UPSEE cutoff. Some such factors include:
- Number of candidates appeared for the exam
- Difficulty level of UPSEE exam
- Number of candidates who cleared the exam
- Overall performance of candidates in the exam
- Number of participating institutes
- Number of seats available
- Previous years’ UPSEE cutoff trends
Qualifying Marks for UPSEE 2019
The cutoff percentage of marks that candidates belonging to different categories require for merit in UPSEE 2019 is as mentioned below:
Cutoff Percentage of Marks
Note: Candidates who score below the cutoff percentage mentioned above will not be eligible to participate in the counselling process.