Akash Deep, a native of Hamirpur, topped the Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Exam.
Akash is happy with the results, he intends to join one of the IITs and pursue computer science engineering. Having secured 280 marks in JEE mains, he is now preparing hard for JEE Advanced.
Raghav Agarwal secured second rank in UPSEE, is also keen on joining IITs or BITS.
Abhiram Mishra from Lucknow took the third slot in UPSEE. Like other toppers, Abhiram too is looking for admission in IITs.
In MBA, Ashish Awasthi emerged as the topper. Working as a lecturer in an engineering college, Ashish wants to join a government college in UP for MBA.
A total of 1,58,736 candidates appeared in UPSEE for admissions to B.Tech. Of this, 1,24,015 qualified the exam. There are total of 1,41,537 seats in various engineering institutions across the state.
In MBA, only 10,767 candidates appeared for the exam, of which, 8,750 were declared pass. The university offers a total of 40,680 seats in various management institutions. The SEE for engineering was conducted on April 21 while that for MBA, MCA was held on April 20 and 27.
According to university vice-chancellor RK Khandal, the academic session will begin from August 1. "We will finish the counseling process and all admissions latest by July 31 so that we are able to retain the students in our colleges.''
The Gautam Buddh Technical University, Lucknow had conducted UPSEE 2013 from April 20 and 21, 2013.
The entrance examination was conducted for admission to first year MBA/MCA/MAM dual degree course to Govt aided and private unaided institutions affiliated to Gautam Buddh Technical University, Lucknow. And Mahamaya Technical University, Noida along with some other state universities of Uttar Pradesh for academic session 2013-14.