List of Colleges Affiliated With Uttar Pradesh Technical University

List Of Colleges Affiliated With Uttar Pradesh Technical University

Gautam Buddh Technical University, Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh, India), formerly known as Uttar Pradesh Technical University is an affiliation body that regulates and permits higher education in Engineering and related disciplines across the state of Uttar Pradesh.

As of October 2008, there were 466 colleges affiliated with the UPTU. Of these, eight are government-financed, and the remaining are private. As of July 2008, some 286 of these were operational, where with 66,024 students enrolled.

The following list is may not be updated; most recent list may be found at the UPTU Institute List.

The Institute Code below is as per the UPTU Institute list; it approximately reflects the order at which the institute was granted UPTU affiliation.

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