UP ITI 2nd Merit List 2020

The Uttar Pradesh State Council of Vocational training will publish the 2nd merit list for admission into UP ITI. 2nd merit list for the UP ITI 2020 will be out on the basis of merit in the qualifying exam. To check the results, candidates need to provide their registration number and their date of birth. After filling in these details, candidates will be able to check their results. The result for the first merit list is already out, and candidates can check the same from the official website at http://www.scvtup.in/hi.

After visiting the website, candidates will get the option of checking their results from the tab on the top. From there, a detailed dialog box will appear asking for the details like application no. and date of birth. However, candidates need to remember that the application number is the same as the registration number.

UP ITI Exam

Candidates willing to get vocational training can apply for the UP ITI exam. The government Raajya Vyaavasaayik Prashikshan Parishad UP conducts the exam every year. Before using for the exam, candidates should read the official notification carefully. Candidates must fulfill the eligibility criteria for applying to the UP ITI exam. Only after fulfilling the eligibility criteria candidates can proceed further.

UP ITI exam 2nd merit list

Candidates who took part in the first phase of ITI counseling can get the result of the first merit list. The list is available on the official website of UP ITI. After the first merit list, a second merit list will also come out. Moreover, candidates who couldn’t make it to the first merit list can wait for the 2nd merit list. Candidates should note that selection to the ITI only happens on the basis of merit. Thus, there is no other way of getting admission into the ITI.

Candidates can check their merit list if they had given their complete application forms prior to the exam. Further, the final merit list is available in PDF format. So, candidates can easily download the PDF file and check their results. There will be a total of four counseling sessions. Thus, after each counseling session, separate merit lists will be out. So, there will be a total of four merit lists.

In the meanwhile, successful candidates must note that the last date for reporting to the ITI for admission is 5th October 2020. Any candidate reporting after this date will not be given admission. Thus, candidates must make sure to check the official ITI website regularly. Paying the fees before the last date is a good measure that candidates need to take otherwise you may lose this opportunity.

UP ITI 2020 2nd Allotment Details

Name Of The OrganizationState Council for Vocational Training, Uttar Pradesh
Course offeredITI Diploma Courses like NCVT, SCVT
Admission IntoVarious Government and Private Institutes
Academic Session2020-2021
1st Round Allotment Results Release DateReleased on 29th September 2020
Seat Allotment in1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th Rounds
Last Date of Reporting in ITI for Admission5th October 2020
Official Websitescvtup.in

Download 2nd Merit List 2020

Candidates downloading the merit list should look for specific details. Check merit list on given below links at official website, You just have to enter registration number and date of birth, a candidate can find details such as name, marks, merit, gender, and category.

UP ITI 2nd Merit List 2020To be Announced
UP ITI 1st Merit List 2020Check Here { For Government Colleges }

Check Here { For Private Colleges }

Vacant Seat Matrix For Fourth Round (Government ITI)

UP Government ITI Vacant Seat Matrix For Fourth Round Click Here

UP ITI Exam Syllabus

The syllabus for the UP ITI exam is spread across several domains. Further, there are seven sections of the exam syllabus. The syllabus is spread across categories like

  • General awareness

This section covers general topics like current affairs. Also, general science and history topics find their way into this category. Candidates should have a good knowledge of famous personalities and their contribution to society. Further, candidates should also learn about Indian Politics, world Geography, and the Indian economy. Apart from that, candidates should give importance to Chemistry, Physics, and Biology at the school level. Honors and awards form an important part of the syllabus. Some questions from books and famous authors can also be asked. Indian culture and sports also carry much importance. Further, specific inventions and discoveries also form a part of the syllabus.

  • Numerical ability

Specific numerical problems include problems on speed, time, and distance. Apart from that, candidates should also pay attention to the height and distance problems. Further, questions on simple interest, compound interest, profit loss, and percentage are also important. Along with that, candidates need to know about permutations and combinations, numbers, problems on HCF and LCM, etc. Fraction, decimals, and simplification problems are also included in the syllabus. Also, questions on probability are present in the syllabus. Ratio proportion, volume, and area form an essential part of the syllabus. Candidates should also give importance to square root and indices.

  • English comprehension

Standard English comprehension problems on grammar, literature, and literacy works come under this category. Further, candidates should go through the works of famous poets and writers. It will help build their comprehension skills before the exam. Also, problems with grammar are very important.

  • General intelligence

It includes questions that will test a candidate’s general intelligence with the help of questions. Further, such questions are in the form of logical patterns that a candidate needs to solve. Practicing this section from the previous year exam papers can help to a large extent.

  • Verbal reasoning

Verbal reasoning will test a candidate’s logical analysis of words. Candidates need to prepare for topics such as blood relations, syllogism, series completion, etc. further, and candidates should also know about Venn diagrams, cubes, and cuboids. Certain analogical questions also carry much importance. Apart from that, questions from classification, data sufficiency, reasoning, and truth verification are also a part of the syllabus.

  • Non-Verbal reasoning

Non-verbal reasoning includes questions on series, analogy, and classification. Thus, candidates should go through the practice papers to get a good idea about the various topics.

  • Analytical reasoning

Analytical reasoning problems include questions on mirror images and water images. It also includes pattern completion, figure matrix, and folding paper problems. Apart from that, candidates also need to prepare for questions in the grouping of images, image analysis, and shape construction.

Filling the application form for UP ITI 

Willing candidates can fill up the application form for the next session of the UP ITI. The official website has the fillup form for the next session. Candidates must read all the details carefully and fillup the form accordingly.

Conclusion:

The UP ITI exam is of great importance for anyone wishing to go through the vocational line. Further, it will give candidates a great boost of confidence while carrying out vocational works. Moreover, millions of candidates apply each year for the exam. However, only a few are able to make it to the list. Therefore, candidates must prepare well for the exam and try to score well in it.

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