OJEE Counselling 2021: Orissa Joint Entrance Examination Committee will conduct Odisha JEE (OJEE) Counselling. Only those candidates can participate in the OJEE Counselling who qualify Odisha JEE Exam 2021. Hence, in order to secure a seat in any institution in Orissa State, the candidates must score good marks. Also, the OJEE Counselling Schedule will be published on the official website separately. Therefore, the candidates must keep a check on the Odisha JEE website for regular updates. Also, for every course, there will be a separate counselling schedule. Hence, candidates need to pay attention to their schedule and report to the college accordingly.
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During the Odisha JEE Counselling, the candidates need to follow a step-wise process. So, the steps include online registration, verification of documents, OJEE seat allotment, payment of fees, etc. Hence, in order to secure a seat, the candidates need to follow the entire procedure. For more details, keep on reading the article.
OJEE Counselling Schedule 2021
As mentioned above, the OJEE Committee will release the schedule for counselling. Hence, candidates should keep a check on the official website of OJEE. Also, tentative dates are given in the table below.
|Candidate registration & Choice filling||June 2020|
|Display of Mock Seat Allotment based on choice filled-in by the candidates||June 2020|
|Choice lock facility Activation using OTP Starts||June 2020|
|End of Registration and Choice lock||June 2020|
|Display of Allotment Round-I||June 2020|
|Document Verification at Nodal Centres||July 2020|
|Withdrawal at Nodal centres||July 2020|
|Display of Allotment Round-II|
|Document Verification at Nodal Centers For Newly allotted Candidates||July 2020|
|Withdrawal at Nodal centres||July 2020|
|Display of Final Allotment||July 2020|
|Document verification for Newly allotted candidates in Final Round||July 2020|
|Registration, choice fill for 1st phase left out and Special OJEE 2021 Candidates starts||July 2020|
|End of Registration and Choice lock||July 2020|
|Display of Allotment Round 1|
|Document Verification at Nodal Centres||August 2020|
|Display of Final Allotment and Surrender of vacant seats to the Colleges/Institutions for College level Admission||August 2020|
OJEE Counselling Step-Wise Procedure 2021
The counselling procedure is the last step in the admission process. Therefore, candidates must acquaint themselves with the process carefully. Below is a detailed procedure.
Step 1: Online Registration
Firstly, the candidates need to register online for Odisha JEE Counselling. So, the registration link will activate as per the schedule. In order to register, the candidates need to provide their necessary details, such as OJEE scores, JEE scores, etc. It is mandatory to fill the all ‘*’ marked fields. In order to proceed further, the candidates must ensure that they register online and submit the details.
Step 2: Payment of Odisha JEE Counselling Fee
After the successful registration, the candidates need to pay the OJEE Counselling Fee in online mode. It is very necessary to pay the fee otherwise the registration won’t be counted.
Step 3: Filling of Choices
In this step, the candidates need to fill their choice of colleges. A list of colleges and their branches will appear on the screen in a sequence. Also, candidates can fill the choices by adding via multiple options. Also, they must choose the college on the basis of their priority.
Step 4: Mock Result
Following the choice filling step, the mock result will be released. In order to obtain the mock result, the candidates need to visit the OJEE official website. In the mock test result, the candidates will be able to check their allotment status. Further, they can also modify their preferences.
Step 5: Locking of Choices
The opportunity of locking the choices will only be available after the publishing of the mock result. So, the candidates must preview their choices carefully and then lock them. Further, the candidates will receive an OTP (One-Time Password) on their registered mobile number. Now, enter the OTP and lock the choices. Also, candidates must remember that once the choices are locked, they cannot modify it.
Step 6: Seat Allotment- Round 1
Kindly note that there will be various rounds of seat allotment. In this 1st allotment round, candidates will be allotted seats on the basis of their rank, choices, etc. Also, those who did not qualify in the 1st round of seat allotment must wait for the other rounds.
Step 7: Payment of Admission Fees
Qualifying candidates in the seat allotment round-1 have to pay the requisite admission fees. So, the admission Fees for SC, ST, or PC candidates is Rs. 5000 while it is RS 10,000 for General candidates. The candidates can pay the fees via online mode or challan. Those who do not pay the admission fee will not be able to proceed with the further admission procedure.
Step 8: Verification of Documents
Candidates who have been allotted seats have to report to the nodal centres for document verification. Therefore, all the candidates must carry the necessary documents without fail. The authorities will verify all the documents and hence, confirm the admission.
Step 9: Seat Allotment – Round 2
Candidates can check their seat allotment status online. In order to view it, the candidates need to login online using their credentials. Now, there will either be an up-gradation of the choices or it will remain the same as the previous one.
Also, those who could not secure a seat in the 1st allotment round might get a seat in this round. Anyway, those who accept the seat in the 2 round have to report to the nodal centre for verification of documents.
Step 10: Final Round of Allotment
As the name suggests, this is the final round for allotment of seats. Candidates who find their names in the final seat allotment round have to get their documents verified and pay the necessary admission fees.
Further, the previously allotted candidates have to download the allotment letter from the official website. And, lastly, the candidates need to report to the specified college and produce the seat allotment letter & fee payment slip.
Documents Required for Counselling
Candidates have to carry the following list of documents in order to get admission. So, the college authorities will verify all the documents and allott seats to the deserving candidates.
- OJEE Rank Card 2021
- Registration slip
- Photocopy of 12th mark sheet
- Photocopy of 10+2 pass certificate & mark sheet
- School leaving/ college leaving certificate (Xerox)
- Original certificate from the head of the institution last attended
- Original ‘permanent resident of Odisha’ certificate/nativity certificate from concerned tahsildar
- Certificate of employment of candidate’s parent/spouse employer: govt. of Odisha/ Government of India/ Government of India undertakings and/ Government of Odisha undertakings located in Odisha at the time of application
- Original SC/ ST certificate by birth, if applicable
- Original certificate of ex-serviceman
- Certificate in support of outlying Oriya speaking tract (OL) and certificate issued by OJEE with respect to Oriya test conducted by OJEE
- Original relevant managerial/ supervisory experience certificate of a minimum of five years, for candidates seeking admission to PGDM (executive) programme. The candidate has to submit a no-objection certificate from the present employer
- JEE Main Rank Card 2021
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