Bihar DCECE Polytechnic Provisional Allotment Result 2019 Expected to be Declared Today

The Bihar Combined Allotment Entrance Exam Board or BCECEB is expected to release the allotment result through the online mode today. Candidates who completed the counselling process and were waiting for the allotment results can now access it via the official website of Bihar DCECE at https://bceceboard.bihar.gov.in/. Further details regarding the admission process and upward movement are available on the site.

Bihar DCECE Counselling for the year 2019 commenced from 30 July 2019. The second allotment result is scheduled to be declared on August 21, 2019.

Important dates:

Events Dates
Commencement of Bihar DCECE Counselling 2019 30 July 2019
First allotment result declaration 14 August 2019
Reporting at universities for DV and completion of the admission process 17-18 August 2019
Tentative date for second allotment result 21 August 2019

 Mentioned below are the simple steps to check the Bihar DCECE Provisional Allotment Result 2019:

  • Visit the official website of Bihar DCECE.
  • Then click on the ‘Online Counselling of DCECE 2019’ link present on the homepage.
  • It will direct you a relevant page where candidates are required to click on ‘Bihar DCECE Allotment Result 2019’.
  • Carefully enter the required credentials on the next page.
  • Submit the details after verification.
  • The allotment results will be displayed on the screen.
  • Candidates who qualified may get access to the provisional allotment letter.
  • Candidates are recommended to take a print-out of the letter for future reference.

Candidates must keep in mind that these allotments are purely provisional and do not guarantee admission into the allotted college/institute. Candidates who have been allotted provisional seats after the counselling will be summoned to the respective universities or institutions for document verification, fee payment and completion of the admission process. Failing to report to the allotted university within the given schedule will most likely result in cancellation of their candidacy.

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