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Haryana B.Tech Counselling and Seat Allotment 2023

Last updated date: 02nd Mar 2024
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Online Counselling Procedure for B.Tech in the State of Haryana

Haryana B.Tech counselling 2023 and seat allotment are organised by the Haryana State Technical Education Society (HSTES). The admissions schedule will be announced sooner on the official website of HSTES. Haryana Engineering counselling is an online process that is conducted in three different phases. The admission process for B.Tech courses in the state of Haryana is based on the scores in JEE Main 2023 and qualifying examination and no entrance exam will be conducted separately by the institutes. 

For those who want to pursue B.Tech in Biotechnology Engg., 40 out of 60 seats are reserved for the PCB students based on the merit in their respective qualifying exams.

Candidates who want to pursue Engineering in Haryana, have to fill the application form to begin their admission process. After the results of JEE Main are declared a merit list will be released for HSTES online counselling. The merit list includes students from JEE Main and the qualifying examination. After the merit list is released, they can start filling up the choices of college as per their preference. Haryana counselling for engineering is a centralised online procedure for the whole counselling process.

Haryana Online Counselling and Seat Allotment Dates

The candidates are suggested to go check the tentative dates given below for the reference HSTES counselling 2023.

HSTES Counselling 2023


First Round

Second Round

Third Round

Fourth Round

(Institute Level)

The registration process for counselling, filling of choices, changing and locking of choices

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Seat allotment result declaration

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After the payment of college fee, physically reporting at the allotted centres

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List of institutes and number of seats available 

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Final cut off 

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The final cutoff list released by institutes for uploading online admissions on the portal

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Stepwise Counselling Process to Pursue Engineering from Haryana 

Step 1: Counselling Fees

All the applicants have to pay Rs 500 for participating in the Haryana B.Tech counselling and seat allotment process. There are various payment options available to pay the fee, you can either pay through credit/debit card, net banking or even in the offline mode through e-challan by visiting any Punjab National Bank or Axis Bank branch. It is mandatory to pay the fees for the candidates who want to participate in the counselling process. After the fee is paid, the system will allot a “Roll Number” to every applicant which is necessary to keep throughout the counselling process.

Step 2: Registration for Counselling

Candidates should start registration once they make the payment for the counselling fee. All the applicants have to fill in their basic details such as full name, course details, roll number, application number, date of birth, etc. All the details are to be mentioned as per the JEE Main application. Below listed details are to be filled at the time of registration: 

  • Gender

  • Eligible for Haryana domicile

  • Category

  • Subcategory

  • Physically Handicapped

  • Education qualification

  • Percentage of marks in aggregate 

  • Percentage of marks in aggregate of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry

  • Name of the School or College from where they have attained the eligible educational qualification

  • Type of School or College

  • Location of School or College

  • Parental Annual Income (Exact income from all sources)

  • Creating Password

  • Select security questions

  • Security Answers

  • Contact Address

  • Mobile number

  • Email Id

  • Aadhar Number

  • Bank Name

After filling up the form with all the information, click on “registration confirmation” to complete the registration process. After the registration, applicants will receive a user Id and password in their registered email Id for the further procedure. 

Step 3: Filling and Locking of Choices

Applicants have to log in using their user ID and password to fill in choices of colleges. This is one of the most crucial steps which requires the complete attention of the student while selecting the options. They have to make their choices based on their rank and the institutes which have high chances of getting admission. 

Applicants will have very less time to fill up the choices and they have to be very careful about it. In the end, it is advised to take a printout of the choices locked. Every round of counselling needs to be filled with fresh choices. Students should not fill the same options if they are attending the 2nd or 3rd round of counselling. 

Step 4: Seat Allotment

HSTES will release the results of seat allotment and all the candidates can log in using their user ID and password to check the seat allotment. If the applicant is allotted with a seat, then he/ she will see the link to the provisional seat allotment letter. Candidates have to download the letter which contains all the information about the institute allotted to them along with the branch and date of reporting to the institute. Candidates who are not satisfied with the college or the branch will have to wait for the next round of counselling. 

Step 5: Reporting to the Institute

Students whoever has accepted the allotted institutes have to report to the allotted institute and pay the admission fee to confirm their admission. They are supposed to carry all the educational documents and other necessary documents. It is important to carry all the original documents along with xerox copies and passport size photographs while reporting to the institute. 

Step 6: Document Verification

All the documents will be verified by the authorities after thorough verification. 

Necessary Documents at the Time of Reporting to the Institute

It is important to carry all the necessary documents to the institute. Below is the list of documents that are absolute necessary:  

  • Marksheets and certificates of Class 10 and 12

  • JEE Main rank card

  • Character certificate from the school

  • Domicile certificate

  • Certificates of the category ( This is applicable only for the reserved candidates )

  • Photograph

This is the complete guide for counselling procedure to get admission to the state of Haryana. You are very aware of the fact that you are left with a very little amount of time, so study hard to achieve your goal.

Haryana Online Counselling and Seat Allotment Dates

FAQs on Haryana B.Tech Counselling and Seat Allotment 2023

1. How can I get admission to B.Arch in Haryana?

The admission procedure to B.Arch in Haryana includes the 50:50 rule. In the 50:50 rule, merit is prepared by including the equal weightage of 10+2 and NATA-2022 score. Students who register with HSTES get notified by the released merit list. Shortlisted candidates will take part in counselling, follow the guidelines and get admission.

2. I missed the counselling sessions conducted by HSTES, can I get admission into any institute in Haryana?

No worries! If you missed both counselling sessions conducted by HSTES, you can get admission by institute level counselling. But, here you will not get the benefit of any quota as all the categories, including the female category, are merged into the open category after the 2nd counselling.