Uttar Pradesh Technical University

Uttar Pradesh Technical University (UPTU) was a public university in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh set up by the Government of Uttar Pradesh on May 8, 2000. To reduce workload and to ensure proper management, the university was bifurcated into separate universities: Gautam Buddha Technical University and Mahamaya Technical University with effect from May 1, 2010.

According to the university's website, it was the biggest technical university in Asia. It had approximately 637 colleges affiliated to it. The university was on the IET Lucknow campus. Additionally, the university had a Centre and Regional Office in Noida.

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