Registrations for UCEED 2023 Opened With Late Fees; Apply at uceed.iitb.ac.in
Registrations for UCEED 2023 Opened
Registration for UCEED 2023 with regular fee closed on November 9, 2022. Registrations are open until November 16 with a late fee of INR 500. On January 22, 2023, the UCEED 2023 exam will be held.
On November 9, 2022, IIT Bombay concluded online registration for UCEED 2023 with usual costs. However, qualified applicants can register for the test between November 10-16, 2022, for a late cost of INR 500. Candidates that apply with late fines must additionally pay the application fee (in addition to the late fees). The open category application cost for UCEED 2023 is INR 3600, while SC, ST, PWD, and female applicants must pay INR 1800.
UCEED 2023 admission dates
|UCEED 2023 application start date September 30, 2022|
|Last date to fill out the form with regular fee till November 9, 2022|
|Last date to fill the form with late fees of INR 500 till November 16, 2022|
|Issue of Admit cards on January 13, 2023|
|UCEED 2023 exam date on January 22, 2022|
How to fill out the UCEED 2023 application form
The application form for UCEED 2023 is open online and may be filled by following the steps given below.
- Get registered – To begin the registration procedure, click on the link provided above. To register, provide your name, email address, mobile number, and so on.
- Fill out the form – You must provide your personal, academic, and contact information. You will also be needed to choose a test location.
- Upload documents – The uploaded documents must be in the format specified.
- Pay the application cost – This must be done online.
UCEED 2023 exam structure
The UCEED 2023 test is divided into two parts: Part A and Part B.
Part A will consist of objective-type questions and will be administered by Computer-Based Testing (CBT), whilst Part B will be administered via paper and pencil. Part A of the UCEED 2023 question paper will consist of 68 objective-type questions worth a total of 240 points; Part B will consist of a single sketching-based question worth 60 marks.
If the candidate passes Part A, the Part B answer sheet will be reviewed.