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UP B.Ed JEE Result 2020 declared, Sitapur student bags 1st rank

UP B.Ed JEE Result 2020 : Pankaj Kumar of a Nagwa village in Sitapur topped the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) B.Ed in the state, the results of which was declared on Saturday

education Updated: Sep 05, 2020 20:16 IST
HT Correspondent
HT Correspondent
Hindustan Times, Lucknow
LU Vice Chancellor Alok Rai released the result from Malviya hall of the university
LU Vice Chancellor Alok Rai released the result from Malviya hall of the university(HT )

UP B.Ed JEE Result 2020 : UP B.Ed JEE Result 2020 : Pankaj Kumar of Nagwa village in Sitapur topped the B.Ed Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) in the state, the results of which were declared on Saturday. “What could be happier than the fact that I learned about my achievement on Teacher’s day,” said Kumar, a student of arts stream who wishes to become a teacher in a government college in his home district. “A distant relative of my family is a government teacher and people respect him a lot. I want to be a teacher like him so that I could contribute in some way towards a the society,” Kumar said.

The second and third place has also been bagged by male students. Like previous years, the exam was conducted by Lucknow University which announced the results on Saturday evening.

The soft-copy of the final result was handed over to the Chairman and Vice Chancellor, Prof Alok K Rai by the State coordinator of the exam Amita Bajpai in Malviya Hall, University of Lucknow. The result is available on the University of Lucknow website www.lkouniv.ac.in.

Candidates will have to enter their credentials to get the results online. The University administration will soon upload the counseling details for the students.

A total of 4,31,904 candidate registered for the exam, out of which 3,57,701 appeared. A total of 3,56,946 candidates appeared in both the written papers and were declared valid for the results . The Rank of these candidates will be displayed. A total of 74,203 candidates missed the exam.

Candidates will be allotted seat in colleges according to the subject group they have filled in the original application form. No change of subject will be allowed at any stage of the process, said Amita Bajpai.

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