Deepika Narwal Updated On: 03 Oct, 2019 16:17 IST
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Candidates whose names appear in the merit list are called for counselling for admission in institutions in West Bengal in the month of July/August. The detailed counselling process is given below:
Qualified candidates have to fill up the counselling application form by downloading it from the official website of WB JEEB. WB JECA counselling fee should be deposited by the candidates in the prescribed manner.
Candidates have to pay a non-refundable counselling fee of INR 506/- through the duly filled-in E-challan at any branch of Allahabad Bank. Candidates are requested to bring the Board’s copy of the e-challan with them on the day of counselling.
On the declaration of WB JECA result, merit list is published by WBJEEB. WB JECA counselling status/schedule is posted on the official website to intimate the candidates.
If any candidate is unable to appear for the counselling in person owing to valid reasons under exceptional circumstances/medical ground, his/her parents/ guardians may be permitted to appear for the counselling on his/her behalf with the following documents.
An authorisation letter from the candidate attesting the signature of his/her parent/guardian.
Medical Certificate from a registered practitioner.
Candidates are required to be present positively half an hour before the specified time slot for their counselling.
Candidates should note that allotment of a seat in any University/Institute by the West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board is completely Provisional and is subject to fulfillment of the eligibility and other criteria specific to the allotted University / Institute for admission to MCA course.
If the candidate does not fulfill the eligibility criteria, then his/her allotment can be cancelled at any stage at the time of verification.
Candidates belonging to states other than West Bengal are not considered for admission to Government Engineering colleges.
Reservation of seats for Reserved category (SC / ST / PWD / OBC (A) / OBC (B) ) is applicable to the candidates of the State of West Bengal only. SC / ST / PWD / OBC (A) / OBC (B) candidates of other states cannot avail of this facility.
For Government and Government aided Engineering & Technological Colleges, the reservation of seats for SC / ST / PWD / OBC (A) / OBC (B) candidates is as per Government Rules.
For Universities / University Departments reservation rules in case of SC / ST / PWD / OBC (A) / OBC (B) candidates of the concerned Universities are followed.
Appearance of a rank in the counselling schedule does not guarantee a seat in any University/Institute. Counselling for allotment of seats is stopped as soon as the last vacant seat is filled up and no further queries in this regard are entertained.
The claim of a candidate to exercise option is limited to the vacancies prevalent at that instant when his/her turn comes for appearing before the counselling officials.
The option has to be exercised at the time of counselling. Once the allotment of a seat in any University/Institute is done, no further change of the University/Institute is entertained.
No refund of counselling fee is admissible.
Candidates are required to take admission to the allotted University / institute within five days from the date of allotment.