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WBJEE Counselling 2024 - Expected Date (July 17), Registration, Choice Filling, Seat Allotment, Reporting

Updated By Ritoprasad Kundu on 06 Nov, 2023 09:25

Registration Starts On December 22, 2023

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WBJEE Counselling 2024

WBJEE 2024 counselling will be conducted by West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board (WBJEEB) tentatively from July 17, 2024 in the online mode. WBJEE counselling 2024 will be held in three rounds i.e. the allotment round, upgradation round and the mop-up round. The counselling of WBJEE 2024 will consist of the steps like registration and choice filling, mock seat allotment, seat allotment result, payment of the seat acceptance fee and reporting to the allotted college / institute for document verification. 

After each round of counselling, WBJEEB will release the WBJEE seat allotment 2024 result on its official website. Candidates must take note that they have to separately register for the mop-up round of counselling if they are not allotted seats in round 1 and round 2 of WBJEE counselling 2024. Candidates who have not registered for the counselling process will also be able to participate in the Mop-Up round counselling by registering and completing the choice filling procedure within the stipulated time. 

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WBJEE 2024 Counselling Dates

Candidates who will be eligible to participate in the WBJEE counselling 2024 can check the below table to know about the important dates pertaining to the counselling process. 


Tentative Dates

WBJEE 2024 Counselling Registration and Registration Fee Payment 

July 17 - 23, 2024

WBJEE Choice Filling 2024 by Candidates 

July 17 - 23, 2024

WBJEE Mock Seat Allotment 2024 Result

July 25, 2024

Modify / Choice Locking by Candidates July 27, 2024

1st Round of WBJEE Seat Allotment 2024 Result

August 3, 2024

Payment of Seat Acceptance Fee and Reporting to Colleges for Document Verification

August 3 - 8, 2024

2nd Round of WBJEE Seat Allotment 2024 Result

August 10, 2024

Payment of Seat Acceptance Fee and Reporting

August 10 - 14, 2024

Registration for Mop-Up Round and Payment of Mop-Up Round Registration Fees

August 16 - 18, 2024

Choice Filling for Mop-Up Round

August 16 - 18, 2024

Mock Allotment Result for Mop-Up RoundAugust 20, 2024
Modify / Choice Locking by CandidatesAugust 22, 2024

Mop-Up Round Seat Allotment Result 2024

August 24, 2024

Payment of Seat Acceptance Fee and Reporting to Colleges for Document VerificationAugust 24 - 26, 2024

Detailed Counselling Procedure of WBJEE 2024

The WBJEE 2024 detailed counselling procedure for admission into various participating colleges is now available at CollegeDekho. The counselling process will be conducted online and the participating institutes are responsible to update the number of seats vacant after each round of the WBJEE counselling procedure for the year 2024. 

Here is the step-wise detailed counselling procedure of WBJEE 2024 that will be followed by the concerned body:

Step 1: Registration

This is the first step of the WBJEE 2024 counselling process in which the candidates have to register themselves for the counselling process. The candidates will be required to visit the official WBJEE website, which is for the registration purpose. The candidates will be redirected to the WBJEEB home page where they can see the WBJEE 2024 counselling link mentioned under the “Important Links” section. The candidates have to click on the very link and which will lead them WBJEE online counselling student login page. The candidates have to enter their Roll Number, Password and other requisite details to get going with the counselling process. Applicants will be required to enter their personal details, academic details and bank account details during the registration process. 

Step 2: Fee Deposition

In this step, the candidates have to deposit INR 500/- as the counselling fee via any of the available online payment methods. The candidates can submit the counselling amount through credit card, debit card or net banking facilities. The counselling fee is non-refundable in nature which will not be refunded back to the candidates under any circumstance. 

Step 3: Choice Filling

In this step, the candidates have to fill in their choices from the list of colleges and courses available on the website. After selecting the respective college and course from the list, candidates are required to arrange them in order of their priority. If a candidate does not enter his / her choice then no allotment will be issued to the respective candidate. It is recommended that candidates enter maximum number of colleges and course during choice filling.

Step 4: Mock Seat Allotment

Through the mock seat allotment candidates will get a fair idea of his / her tentative seat allotment. Candidates can also modify their choices based on the mock seat allotment result.  

Step 5: Choice Locking

Every candidate must lock their choices before the assigned date. Moreover, applicants must take a printout of the locked choices for future reference. If a candidate fails to lock his / her choices then the saved choices will be considered final and it will be locked automatically. Students must note that they will not be allowed to modify their choices after the choices are locked.

Step 6: Round I Seat Allocation

Seats will be allocated to the candidates on the basis of their WBJEE 2024 marks and merit list. The seat matrix will be published on the official website on the same date.

Step 7: Payment of Provisional Fee:

Those candidates who will secure a seat in the first round of the online counselling procedure will be required to pay the online provisional admission fee. The candidates will either have to opt for seat confirmation or up-gradation. In both scenarios, it is mandatory for the candidates to deposit the online provisional admission fee. The provisional admission fee that the candidates will pay will vary according to the category of the candidates and Institutions. Details regarding the same have been given below:

  • Open Category Seats (University Departments/State-Aided University/Pharmacy Colleges/Government Engineering & Technology Colleges): INR 5000/-

  • Tuition Fee Waiver (TFW) Category Seats (Any Institute): INR 3000/-

  • Open Category Seats (Self-Financing Universities/Government Engineering & Technology Colleges/University Departments/Architecture Institutes): INR 5000/-

Step 8: Physical Reporting at Reporting Centres:

After the payment of the online provisional counselling procedure, the candidates have to physically report at their respective Reporting Centres to get their documents verified. The candidates must be present along with their documents (Mentioned in the Brochure) for the purpose of proving their candidature. The candidates will be issued a provisional admission letter or allotment card from the reporting centres. 

In this step, the candidates will have two options. They may either choose to accept the seat offered to them or may opt for the up-gradation process. In case a student withdraws from the counselling procedure at any RC, he/she will be refunded the provisional admission fee (MHRD Refund Policies).

Those candidates who do not wish to participate in the subsequent counselling and seat allotment rounds must collect their provisional admission letter and report at the allocated Institute before the final date. 

Step 9: Round II Seat Allocation:

The number of seats which remained vacant after the first round of seat allocation will also be published by the Board. After the candidates have been allocated seats in the second round, they must report at the Reporting Centres as soon as possible otherwise the seat allocated to them will stand a chance of being cancelled. 

Step 10: Mop-Up Round (Final Seat Allocation)

The third round of WBJEE seat allotment is Mop Up seat allotment is applicable for those who:

  • Candidates not allocated a seat in the previous rounds 

  • Applicants who did not take admission after paying the seat acceptance fee 

  • Candidates not registered for earlier rounds of counselling

The seat matrix will be published on the official website. The third round of the seat allotment process will depend upon the number of vacant seats after the completion of the second round of the seat allotment process. The candidates who had been offered a seat, should they choose to accept, must immediately report at the reporting centres and get their documents verified. 


  • The seats of those candidates who will be cancelled will report at their respective RCs within the given time period. Such candidates will not be considered for allotment of seats in the subsequent seat allotment rounds

  • The admission date will be published by the Participating Colleges in the PI module

  • Finally, WBJEEB will release a final admission status by compiling the PIs generated by all the participating colleges and will hand over the same to the office of the Director of Technical Education (DTE), Government of West Bengal

  • If a candidate has been allocated a seat during any of the counselling rounds and the candidate opts for Up-gradation, it is not mandatory for him/her to report at the RC when allocated a seat as a result of Up-gradation

Documents required for WBJEE Counselling 2024

WBJEEB has announced the list of documents that candidates are required to procure at the time of counselling and provisional admission. Candidates can check the list of documents from the table below.



All candidates

  • Class 10 Admit Card / Birth Certificate
  • Class 10 Mark Sheet
  • Class 12 Mark Sheet

OCI Candidates

OCI Certificate

WB Domiciled Candidates

Domicile certificate

SC / ST / OBC-A / OBC-B candidates

Respective Category Certificate

PwD Candidates

PwD Certificate

TFW Candidates    TFW Certificate

NOTE: Candidates must take note that they are required to carry all the following certificates mentioned in the above table in the original form. Similarly, they are required to carry a self-attested copy of all the original documents while reporting at the institute.  

Guidelines for Centralised e-counselling of WBJEE 2024

The guidelines to follow for the centralised WBJEE 2024 counselling have been mentioned below. Candidates registering for the counselling process must go through the guidelines carefully. Once registered, the board will conclude that the candidate agrees to the terms and conditions.

  • All aspects of counselling will be conducted in a centralised manner and in online mode only
  • The counselling process is conducted for the seats available in the seat matrix only which is published on the official website
  • Any candidate meeting the eligibility criteria and securing a WBJEE rank and / or JEE rank can register for the WBJEE counselling process
  • There will be three rounds in the counselling process mainly - Allotment, Upgrdation and Mop-Up
  • Registration is only allowed at the beginning of Round 1 and separate registration will be allowed during the commencement of the mop-up round
  • The board will not convert vacant seats of reservation category to general

WBJEE Fee Structure 2024

Candidates can check the expected WBJEE 2024 fee structure on the basis of previous year data in the below table.


Fees (Rs)

1st Year

80, 000

2nd Year


3rd Year


4th Year


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FAQs about WBJEE Counselling Process

Who all are eligible for WBJEE E- counselling?

All the candidates who have secured a rank which is above the cut-off marks determined by the Board will be eligible to participate in the WBJEE counselling process. Once the result is released, the cut-off score will be announced at the time of WBJEE result declaration.

If I give the WBJEE exam on both the attempts in same year, which score will be considered?

WBJEE is conducted only once a year. If you had appeared for WBJEE in 2019 and 2020, Only 2020 score will be considered for admission process

Is the downloaded Rank-Card/Score Card/Result Sheet acceptable for WBJEE counselling?

Yes, it is acceptable though they are not required as the database takes care of those details directly and are captured during online registration.

I have lost my WBJEE Scorecard. How can I participate in online counselling?

In that case, the duplicate scorecard can be collected from the Board.

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Related Questions

Please give cutoff details

-Ankan khanUpdated on June 26, 2023 01:44 PM
  • 1 Answer
Aditi Shrivastava, Student / Alumni

Dear student, 

The WBJEE cutoff 2023 has not been released yet. You can check out the Techno International New Town WBJEE cutoff for 2022 at by selecting the 'Joint Seat Allocation Authority' option and choosing the required institute and other details. You can also check out the cutoff highlights of TICT Kolkata for the 'WBJEE 2022 All India -open' category in the table below. 

ProgrammeCutoff (closing rank)
Computer Science & Engineering 33042
Information Technology29715
Civil Engineering77792
Artificial Intelligence And Machine Learning40941


Can a Hyderabad student apply for the WBJEE exam?

-PradeepUpdated on February 07, 2022 12:34 AM
  • 2 Answers
Diksha Sharma, Student / Alumni

Dear Student,

As per the general eligibility criteria of WBJEE, the aspirants must have passed Class 12th in West Bengal and must be a permanent resident of West Bengal. So, if you or your parents have a domicile of West Bengal, then you can appear for the exam else you cannot.

You can also check WBJEE Eligibility Criteria to learn about the complete eligibility requirements for the exam.

You can also fill the Common Application Form on our website for admission-related assistance. You can also reach us through our IVRS Number - 1800-572-9877.


I am from Odisha General category, I will pass my 12th from CBSE board from a school in Odisha. Can I get admission to Jadavpur University for B.Tech?

-NeelUpdated on January 21, 2021 01:03 PM
  • 1 Answer
Diksha Sharma, Student / Alumni

Dear Student,

The admission to B.Tech program at Jadavpur University is done on the basis of the WBJEE entrance exam. However, in order to sit for the WBJEE exam, the candidate must have passed Class 12th from a school in West Bengal. So, we are sorry to say that you are not eligible for admission if you have passed your 12th from a school in Odisha.

You can check WBJEE Eligibility Criteria to learn more.

Meanwhile, you can also check the following article if you want to take admission to B.Tech program in Odisha:

Odisha B.Tech Admission Process

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