West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board has published WBJEE 2018 e-Counselling schedule for the related candidates. According to the official notification WBJEE e-counselling start from 9th June 2018 and e-admission process closes by 7th July 2018. All the related candidates are suggested to check e-counselling Process & schedule at below.
West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board
e-Counselling Process for B.E/B.Tech/B.Arch/B.Pharm Course 2018
Procedure for admission of students for the academic session 2018-19 through e- Counselling under WBJEEB
On-Line e-counselling/ Admission Process
The list of Reporting Centres for e-counselling process will be available in the Board’s website www.wbjeeb.nic.in. The time schedule of counselling activities is given below
Online registration, creation of password and payment of registration fee : 09th June 2018 to 15th June 2018
Online choice filling: 09th June 2018 to 16th June 2018
Choice locking by candidates : 15th June 2018 to 16th June 2018
Choice locking by the system : 16th June 2018 (Mid-night)
1st round of seat allotment result : 19th June 2018
Physical reporting for document verification, initial fee payment, collection of allotment cards at RCs, withdrawal of admission etc. : 20th June 2018 to 25th June 2018
Physical reporting and admission at finally allotted institutes (PI) by the candidates who have an allotment in 1st round of counseling : 20th June 2018 to 07th July 2018
2nd round of seat allotment result : 27th June 2018
Physical reporting for document verification at Reporting Centre after 2nd round of seat allotment/withdrawal of admission/initial fee payment (fresh allottees) : 28th June 2018 to 01st July 2018
3rd round of seat allotment result : 04th July 2018
Physical reporting for document verification at Reporting Centre after 3rd round of seat allotment/initial fee payment (fresh allottees) : 05th July 2018 to 06th July 2018
Physical reporting and admission at finally allotted institutes (PI) by candidates who have an allotted seat : 05th July 2018 to 07th July 2018
e-admission process closes : 07th July 2018
E-counselling for the rank holders of WBJEE-2018 and JEE Main 2018 will be held simultaneously.
For counselling of WBJEE-2018 rank holders, there will be three rounds of counselling and allotment of seats. After physical reporting of the allotted candidates to the respective institutions at the end of each round, the e-counselling will be completed and a Seat Vacancy Report will be generated.
Vacant seats under any of the reserved categories i.e. SC, ST, OBC-A and OBC-B and PwD applicable for candidates merit-listed in the WBJEE-2018 shall be converted after the 2nd round of counselling and before the 3rd round of allotment as per standard conversion rules.
Vacant Seats under the TFW category shall not be converted to general/unreserved category, as per AICTE guidelines. The counselling and allotment for TFW candidates shall be continued up to 3rd round, and as such, vacant seats shall not be converted.
This year the Board will conduct mop-up round(s) of counselling for the unfilled vacant seats after completion of three rounds of e-counselling. Only the candidates registered for e-counselling are eligible to avail the benefits. The detail procedures and relevant information will be available in the Board’s website at www.wbjeeb.nic.in in due course.
Steps for e-counselling
The steps involved for e-counselling and a flow chart depicting the steps of e-counselling are available in the counselling portal.
Registration and deposition of fees
- For participation and also to avail the benefits of both the three rounds of e-counselling and also the mop-up round(s) of counselling, registration is mandatory.
- Registration and deposition of fees are to be made only through the web-portal (www.wbjeeb.nic.in).
Registration for e-counselling process
For admission to 4-year Degree-level Engineering and Technology courses in respect of all AICTE approved and University affiliated Engineering & Technology College in the State, WBJEE-2018 candidates with General Merit Rank (GMR) and declared eligible for e- counselling are entitled for registration process. JEE (Main) 2018 candidates having All India Merit Rank (AIR) and candidates having ranks in both the examinations are eligible for e- counselling and entitled for registration.
For the 4-year Degree-Level Pharmacy Course conducted by the Jadavpur University, WBJEE-2018 candidates with General Merit Rank (GMR) and declared eligible for e- counselling are entitled for registration.
For the 4-year Degree-level Pharmacy Programme in respect of all AICTE approved Pharmacy Colleges (except Jadavpur University) of the State, WBJEE-2018 candidates with Pharmacy Merit Rank (PMR) and declared eligible for e-counselling are entitled for registration.
For the 5-year Degree-level Architecture Course (B. Arch), WBJEE-2018 candidates with General Merit Rank (GMR) and declared eligible for e-counselling are entitled for registration process. These candidates have to qualify either in NATA or in Paper II of JEE Main – 2018 examination.
Counselling Fee of Rs. 500 and requisite charges (as applicable) will be deposited through net banking/debit card/credit card. This fee is non-refundable.
- Creation of Candidate’s Identity Code and Password.
On-line choice filling and choice locking of the final list are to be completed before 11:59 p.m. of last date as mentioned in above counselling schedule. If the candidates fail to explicitly lock their choices by 11:59 p.m. of the last date of choice filling and choice locking, their last saved choices will get automatically locked after this deadline by the system. Candidates may bring a printout of the locked choices at the Reporting Centre during the reporting.
Registered candidates who do not exercise any choices or fail to save them will not be considered for admission and seat allotment. Candidates can login again after locking the choices; the locked choices will be displayed but cannot be modified or altered.
Candidates who are allotted seats in first round will have to pay the provisional admission fee online and personally report to any one of the Reporting Centres for document verification and seat confirmation/ up-gradation. All candidates who get allotment must report at the Reporting Centre positively during the first round of e- counselling, failing which their allotted seat shall stand cancelled. Moreover, they will not be considered for further online rounds of seat allotment.
Students allotted seat in the first round, based on their rank and choice, are to deposit provisional admission fees based on the categories and Institutions:
- TFW category seat in any institute: Rs. 3,000/-
- Any category seat in State-aided University/ University Departments/ Government Engineering & Technology / Pharmacy Colleges: Rs. 5,000/-
- Any category seat in Self-financing Universities/ University departments and Engineering & Technology/ Pharmacy/ Architecture institutes: Rs. 5,000/-
All payments are to be deposited through net banking/debit card/credit card.
Physical reporting at Reporting Centres (RCs)
The detailed list of RCs would be available in the Board’s e-counselling portal.
Physical verification of the candidate’s documents with respect to the eligibility criteria is to be done at the RCs. Candidates are to provide necessary documents/ certificates (as is mentioned in the Information Bulletin of WBJEE-2018 and in counselling portal) to prove their candidature at the RCs.
During reporting at RCs, students may either choose for admission in the allotted institution or may opt for up-gradation.
Provisional admission letter/allotment card (containing seat allotment detail, fee detail and willingness for up-gradation) will be issued to the candidates at the RCs. Admission fee is adjustable and refundable only in respect of candidates withdrawing at any RC in any round of reporting following the refund rules of the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India vide No.F-1-3/2007(CPP-II) dt. 23.04.2007. However, the refund of provisional admission fee will not be available from the RCs. The Board will make the necessary arrangements for refund in due course.
In case any candidate, due to any difficulty, fails to formally withdraw at the respective RC, he/she may appeal to the Board for refund by a date to be announced by the Board. No appeal will be accepted after the announced date. Such appeals will be judged by the competent authority on case to case basis and the decision of the competent authority will be final and binding to the candidate. Of course, such an appeal does not guarantee refund.
Candidates who have collected their provisional allotment letter and have opted for “No Up-gradation” at the RCs are advised to proceed to the allotted institutions for admission.
Second round seat allotment result will be published based on vacancy status of first round of reporting. There will be no fresh registration and choice filling in second round of counselling. All candidates who get first time allotment in second round must report at the Reporting Centre positively during the second round of e-counselling. Otherwise, their seat allotment shall stand cancelled. Also, they will not be considered for further online rounds of seat allotment.
Physical reporting at RCs for verification of the candidate’s documents/ certificates (as mentioned in the Information Bulletin of WBJEE-2018 and also available in the counselling portal) with respect to the eligibility criteria along with provisional admission fees for first time allotted candidates. Students may choose for admission in allotted institution or may opt for up-gradation.
The candidates who opt for ‘YES Up-gradation’ in the first round and are willing to take admission in the allotted seat of the second round must report at the RC during the second round. They can change their willingness from ‘YES Up-gradation’ to ‘NO Up-gradation’ during second round counselling. However, change of up-gradation option from ‘NO’ to ‘YES’ is not allowed.
The candidates who opt for “YES Up-gradation” in the first round and are willing to have further up-gradation after second round need not have to come to the RC during the second round.
Physical reporting as well as admission at the allotted institutions by the candidates who are not willing to opt for up-gradation is permissible after completion of second round counselling.
Generation of report on vacancy status after reporting of second round
Third round of e-counselling and allotment:
(a) Allotment like first two rounds;
(b) Generation of vacancy report;
(c) Conversion of unfilled/vacant reserved category seats as per standard norms;
(d) Publication of result and for physical reporting of fresh allottees and final admission of all candidates in the concerned allotted Institutions.
The allotment of seats to those candidates who do not report within the stipulated period to the RCs (during ist/2nd/3rd round of counselling) will be cancelled and these candidates will not be considered for seat allotment.
Up-dating of admission data will be done by the Participating Institutes (PI) in PI module.
A Report on final admission status as well as vacancy status for all PIs will be generated by NIC and to be handed over to the WBJEEB. After that the WBJEEB shall declare the vacancy list in consultation with the office of DTE, Govt. of West Bengal.
After completion of the e-counselling and admission thereof for both WBJEE and JEE Main rank holders, the West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board will generate a report on final admission status as well as status of vacant seats for all participating institutions.
Mop-up round(s) of e-counselling
Mop-up round(s) of counselling for the unfilled vacant seats after completion of three rounds of e-counselling will be organized only for the candidates registered for e- counselling to avail the benefits. The detail procedures and relevant information will be available in the Board’s counselling portal at www.wbjeeb.nic.in in due course.
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