JKCET Counselling 2020: Jammu and Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examination (JKBOPEE) will organize the JKCET Counselling 2020. Applicants who qualify the exam and have their names placed in the merit list will thus, be called to take part in the counselling. Moreover, it is the final round of the complete admission process which will be conducted in online mode. The counselling will begin basically in the first week of June 2020 tentatively.
Check Eligibility For JKCET Exam
At the time of the counselling of JKCET 2020, candidates have to first register online and then proceed to fill the choices of course and institution. However, aspirants can practice the mock choice filling so as to become familiar with the process. After filling the choices, the concerned authority will certainly allot seats to applicants. The allotment of seat particularly depends upon various factors. Furthermore, students have to pay Rs 1200 as a counseling fee via online mode only. Lastly, after the seats will be allotted, applicants have to physically report at the allotted centre for verification of documents.
Important Dates of JKCET 2020 Counselling
The qualified candidates must be aware of the date of JKCET Counselling 2020. If any applicant misses the counselling round, then the authority will not allot the seat to them. In addition, their candidature will get cancelled. Therefore, it becomes essential that applicants have knowledge about when the counselling will start.
The table below displays some of the important dates:
|1||Examination Date of JKCET 2020||Fourth week of April 2020|
|2||Releasing of Result||Second week of May 2020|
|3||Online Mock Choice Filling||Last week of May 2020|
|4||Filling of Choices||Last week of May 2020 to Second week of June 2020|
|5||Payment of Counselling Fee||Second week of June 2020|
|6||Last date to make changes in the Choices Filled||Second week of June 2020|
|7||Allotment of Seats||Third week of June 2020|
|8||Verification of Documents||Fourth week of June 2020|
Procedure of JKCET Counselling 2020
The qualified candidates will be able to participate in the counselling of Jammu and Kashmir Common Entrance Test 2020. The counselling round involves a number of steps. Candidates must follow each of the steps otherwise it may lead to cancellation of their candidature.
All the steps are elaborated below:
Step 1 – Online Registration
The first and foremost step that aspirants need to do is to register online. For registration they have to provide some of the basic details which include the following:
- Application number
- Roll number
- Date of birth
- Email id
- Contact number
After submitting all the above details the authority will generate a password. Hence, candidates must preserve these credentials until the completion of the counselling process.
Step 2 – Filling of Choices
In this step, the successfully registered applicants have to fill the choices of the course and institution according to their preference. These choices must be in the order of priority. Moreover, before filling the actual choices, candidates can also take part in the mock choice filling so as to become familiar with the process.
Step 3 – Locking of Filled Choices
Candidates have to lock the filled choices once they have filled them. Locking of the choice is necessary. However, if any individual fails to do so then the concerned authority will automatically lock their previously filled choices
Step 4 – Payment of Counselling Fee
After locking of choices, applicants need to pay the counselling fee of Rs. 1200. The payment has to be made via online mode through Net Banking/Credit Card/Debit Card.
Step 5 – Allotment of Seats
Jammu and Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examination (JKBOPEE) will allot seats to eligible candidates. This seat allotment will depend upon various factors such as choices filled, rank secured, category of the candidate and availability of seats. Aspirants will be allotted a seat in online mode only.
Step 6 – Verification of Documents
Candidates who will be allotted a seat have to further report at the specified venue for verification of documents at scheduled date and time. If an individual fails to do so then his or her seat will be given other deserving applicant. While reporting, candidates have to carry all the relevant documents along with themselves.
Documents for Verification during Counselling
Candidates have to carry their original documents as well as photocopies for verification. The list consists of the following documents:
- Class 10th Mark Sheet
- Class 12th Mark Sheet
- Passing Certificate of both class 10th & 12th
- Domicile Certificate
- Proof of Date of Birth
- Category Certificate
- Score Card of Qualifying Exam
- Printout of JKCET Application Form 2020.
- Roll number of Jammu and Kashmir Common Entrance Test 2020.
JKCET Seat Reservation 2020
JKBOPEE reserves some percentage of seats in various participating institutes for different category of candidates. In addition, the institutes offer admission on the basis of this reservation. The table below displays the JKCET Seat Reservation 2020 for various categories:
|Category of the Candidate||Percentage of Seats Reserved|
|Scheduled Caste (SC)||8%|
|Scheduled Tribe (ST)||11%|
|Children of Defense Personnel||3%|
|Other Backward Class (OBC)||25%|
JKCET Participating Institutes 2020
There are a number of JKCET Participating Institutes 2020 that accepts the score of eligible candidates and grant them admission. Candidates can select any of the following institutes regardless of any condition while filling the choices:
- MBS College of Engineering and Technology
- GCET Jammu
- Bhargava College of Engineering and Technology, Supwal Samba
- SSM College of Engineering, Srinagar
- Yogananda College of Engineering & Technology, Jammu (YCET)
- MIET Jammu
JKCET Fee Structure 2020
The fee structure of JKCET 2020 differs according to the different participating institutes. The amount that has to be paid for getting admission in the desired institute is shown in the table below:
|1||MBS College of Engineering and Technology||45,000|
|2||GCET Jammu||12,440 (For candidates of Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education)|
13,240 (For candidates other than Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education)
|3||Bhargava College of Engineering and Technology, Supwal Samba||48,000|
|4||SSM College of Engineering, Srinagar||45,000|
|5||Yogananda College of Engineering & Technology, Jammu (YCET)||45,000 (Other Charges as per the University)|