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  • OJEE Counselling 2019: 7700 Seats Allocated to Students after Rounds 2

    Round two of the OJEE Counseling 2019 conducted by the Odisha Joint Entrance Examination Board is now complete. 7700 students have been allotted seats according to the statistics. Students can check their status on the official website of OJEE https://ojee.nic.in/publicinfo/public/home.aspx

    Required documents for verification

    Candidates who have been allocated seats will need to go through a document verification process prior to their admission. The following documents must be submitted for verification:

    • OJEE 2018 online registration slip
    • JEE Main 2019 result
    • Class 10 certificate showing the date of birth of the candidate
    • Class 12 mark sheet and pass certificate
    • Payment slip
    • SC/ST certificate provided by birth state of Odisha
    • Original residential certificate from concerned Revenue Officer with a designation above Tahsildar.
    • Income certificate
    • A green card which has been issued by the Family Welfare Department of Govt. of Odisha
    • NRI certificate
    • Medical certificate

    Important Dates 

    Event Date
    Registration open date 21st June 2019
    Mock allotment 27th June 2019
    Choice locking activation 29th June 2019
    Registration closing date 30th June 2019
    Round one seat allotment 4th July 2019
    Fee payment and document verification 16th – 18th July 2019
    Seat withdrawal at Nodal offices 7th – 12th July 2019
    Round two seat allotment 14th July 2019
    Document verification 16th –  18th July 2019

    This year, around 12,700 applicants qualifying JEE Main have registered for the counselling. The second OJEE 2019 is going to be conducted on 21st July, 2019. A total number of 17,000 students that include 7000 students pursuing B.Tech have applied for it. On 1st August, 2019, the board will conduct the seat allotment for the second phase counselling. For the next couple of days, document verification will be conducted by the board.

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