JEECE Counselling 2020

The JCECEB (Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board) will conduct the counselling for JEECE after the successful conduction of the examination. The candidates who qualify the JEECE examination will be eligible to apply for the admission in the colleges across the state. They will provide the admission based on the merit list, the rank of the candidate, and cut-off. There are usually 2 rounds of counselling which are conducted in the offline procedure. Depending on the number of seats, the 2nd round will be conducted.


Important Points for JEECE Counselling

The JEECE counselling will be conducted in mainly 2 rounds. Some important points for the counselling procedure are as follows:

  • Follow the guidelines, as mentioned on the website for the counselling procedure.

  • The candidates have to attend the counselling according to the time, schedule, and venue provided.

  • It is mandatory to carry all the essential documents; else there are chances of the application being rejected.

  • Failing to verify documents can also lead to cancellation of admission.

  • Specific reservations, as applied by the government, will apply during the counselling procedure.

  • There is also an option to seat up-gradation for candidates, which they can apply in the second round of counselling.

  • After the seat is allotted successfully, the candidates will have to visit the institution to complete the requisite procedure.

The candidate must be updated with the JEECE schedule and dates for the counselling procedure after qualifying the exam. The important dates for the JEECE 2020 counselling are:

Counselling Schedule

Event

Date

Examination date

3rd week of July

Announcement results

To be announced

Commencement of counselling 

To be announced


JEECE Counselling Procedure and Steps to Apply for The Counselling

The JCECEB will conduct the counselling procedure in the offline procedure. The seat is allocated to the candidates based on their rank. However, if the candidates fail to get the documents verified at the right time, it could cost them their admission. 

The first step involves the verification of the documents, following which the candidates can fill the choice for their colleges. The steps for choice locking are as follows:

  • Visit the official website of Jharkhand board.

  • Select the option of “Online registration and choice filling”.

  • Enter your login credentials.

  • After that, click on the option of “Available Choices” and then on “Choice Filling and Locking”.

  • Once done, confirm and lock the choices.

  • Choose the maximum choices to increase the chances for a seat.

Documents Required for JEECE Counselling

During the counselling procedure, the candidates have to provide the original and self-attested documents, along with the copies of each of these:

  • Class 10th and 12th mark sheet

  • Passing certificate of class 10th and 12th

  • Certificate of residence

  • If applicable, caste certificate

  • Income certificate as issued by the state

  • Passport size photograph

  • Admit card of the examination

  • If applicable, disability certificate

The verification of documents is mandatory before choice filling. So, it is recommended that the students keep these documents prepared beforehand.


FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. What is the fee for the counselling process?

The candidates have to pay the fees for counselling based on the category which is as follows:

  • The counselling fee for general and OBC is Rs. 400.

  • The counselling fee for SC/ST and women is Rs. 250.

The candidates can make the payment of counselling fee through online methods including credit/debit cards and net banking. 


2. How many institutes participated in the counselling process of JEECE?

There are 16 colleges that participate in the counselling process for the admission into colleges through JEECE examination. The counselling process for the examination is conducted in 2 rounds.

3. What is the examination pattern?

The JEECE is for the entrance into the engineering colleges. It consists of a total of 150 questions, including three subjects, namely, physics, chemistry, and mathematics. Every section holds 50 questions of 1 mark each. Also, there is a negative marking of 0.25 marks for every wrong answer.