OJEE Counselling 2020 – Counselling will be carried out for the candidates who will clear the OJEE 2020 exam. Candidates must clear the OJEE Cutoff set forth by the authorities. Odisha Joint Entrance Exam Committee (OJEEC) will start the OJEE 2020 Counselling after the declaration of the result. Qualified candidates have to register for the OJEE Counselling 2020 process. The complete schedule will be released by the authorities on their official website. Candidates must register and pay the registration fees. Also, candidates will have to choose their preferences for college and course in the order of choice. The authorities will verify all the documents of the candidates at the time of counselling. Candidates will have to confirm their admission by making the admission fees at the allotted college/institute.
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In this article, read about the OJEE Counselling 2020, its complete schedule, participating procedure, and other important information.
OJEE Counselling Schedule 2020
Odisha Joint Entrance Exam Committee (OJEEC) will start the OJEE Counselling 2020 proceedings after the release of the OJEE Result 2020. Candidates can check the complete OJEE Counselling 2020 Schedule below.
|Start of Registration, Counselling Fee Payment, Choice Filling||Notify Later|
|Activation of Choice Locking|
|End of Registration|
|Display of Seat Allotment – Round I|
|Payment of Admission Fees and Reporting at Nodal Centre for Document Verification|
|Withdrawal of Seats at Nodal Centres|
|Display of Seat Allotment – Round II|
|Document Verification (Only for the newly allotted 2nd round)|
|Withdrawal of Seat at Nodal Centres|
OJEE Counselling 2020 Step-wise Procedure
Qualified candidates, who are interested in seeking admission under the OJEEC affiliated college/ institutes, will have to participate in the OJEE Counselling 2020 rounds. The candidate has to make the OJEE Counselling 2020 registration fee payment and get their documents verified. Also, college and course preferences have to be selected in the order of choice. OJEEC, on the basis of the OJEE Result 2020 and OJEE Candidate Merit List, will allot seats to the candidates. The candidate has to confirm their admission by making the admission fee payment to the allotted college/institute.
To participate in the OJEE Counselling 2020, follow the steps given below.
Step 1 – Registration
Firstly, candidates will have to register for participating in the OJEE Counselling 2020. The registrations will be done from the official website of the Odisha Joint Entrance Exam Committee. Enter in the name of the course along with JEE Main Roll Number and Date of Birth. Furthermore, enter in additional details such as an address, contact number, and bank details. After registration, candidates should take a print of the confirmation page.
Step 2 – OJEE Counselling 2020 Fee Payment
After registration, candidates have to pay a counselling fee which will be nonrefundable. The amount of fees is INR 450. The fee can be deposited via Debit Card, Credit Card, or Net Banking. Candidates who want to choose the offline way of payment. They can pay the fee by the S.B.I Payment Gateway.
Step 3: Choice Filling
OJEE aspirants have to fill their college choice as per their preference. So, the list of college along with their branches will display on the screen. Accordingly, candidates can analyze and fill their choices.
Step 4: Mock Result
On the basis of the choices filled, a mock result will be published. So, the mock result will display the allotment status of the candidate’s choices. Hence, candidates must check the result on the official website for detailed information.
Step 5: Locking of Choices
After the release of the mock result, the candidates can lock their choices. Also, it is important that the candidates preview their choices & then lock them.
Following the choice locking process, candidates will receive an OTP (one-time-password) on the registered contact number. With the help of this OTP, they have to lock their choices. However, once the choices are locked, no changes can be made. Hence, check the choices clearly and then lock it.
Step 6: Round 1 of Seat Allotment
There will be various rounds of seat allotment. Hence, candidates must wait for both the rounds to see if they get admission in the desired institute.
Step 7: Admission Fees
Qualifying candidates in the 1st round of seat allotment have to pay the admission fees. SC, ST, and PC candidates have to pay Rs. 5000. However, General candidates have to pay Rs. 10,000. Candidates who do not pay the fees will not be able to proceed further with the admission procedure.
Step 8 – Verification of Documents
There will be nodal centers allotted by the Odisha Joint Entrance Exam Committee (OJEEC). Candidates, after registration, will have to visit these OJEE Nodal Centers for the document verification process. The documents should have both original and copy formats. The documents submitted should be original and the candidate must also carry a set of photocopies of the documents along with the original documents.
Step 9 – Allotment of Seat- Round 2
Candidates will be allotted seats on the basis of the OJEE Result and OJEE Merit List. The seat allotment list will be released on the official website of OJEEC. Candidates will have to visit the official website in order to view the OJEE Seat Allotment List. After the seats are allotted, candidates will have to make the decision of taking it or participating in the subsequent round of seat allotment through OJEE Counselling 2020. This Allotment of Seat will be temporary as in order to make it official, the candidate will have to visit the allotted college/institute and make the admission payment.
Step 10 – Final Seat Allotment
If the candidates who have been allotted a temporary seat have reported to the nodal center and paid the admission fee will be allotted the final seat. These candidates will be required to download the final seat allotment letter and report to the Institute.
Documents Required For OJEE Counselling 2020
- OJEE Result 2020
- Online Registration Slip
- Payment Slip
- 10th Standard certificate proves the Date of Birth
- 10+2 Standard mark sheet and pass certificate
- Nativity Certificate in original from concerned Revenue Officer
- Original SC/ST certificate
- Income certificate
- Green Card Issued by Family Welfare Department
- Certificate in support of NRI
- Medical Certificate issued by the SCB Medical College for PwD candidates
- Certificate of employment of the candidate’s parent
- Qualifying Exam Pass certificate.
- Ex-serviceman has to apply in the Rajya Sainik Board and verify if recommended or not.