BCECE Medical 2015 Counselling
Govind Kumar, 23 Jun 2015, #NEET
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BCECE Medical 2015 Counselling - The counselling of BCECE Medical 2015 was conducted from June 29 to July 9, 2015. BCECE Medical 2015 Counselling was conducted in online mode where qualified candidates had to fill the online preference form. BCECE medical 2015 Counselling Preference form filled by candidate centrally processed by computer on the basis of merit cum preference and list of selected candidates has been declared.


BCECE medical 2015 counselling will be conducted in three rounds. The registration process will be for first three rounds of counselling. If there will be seats vacant from first three rounds, fourth round will be held.

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Candidates who have qualified in the BCECE Medical 2015 entrance exam will be able to participate in online counselling of BCECE Medical 2015. Allotment of 782 MBBS seats in 9 Medical and 30 BDS Seats in one Dental college of Bihar will be based on candidates rank / position in the BCECE Medical 2015 Merit List. MBBS and BDS seats will be allotted to candidates in regard of preferences for Medical or Dental Colleges and subject to passing the qualifying examination satisfying the eligibility criteria.

BCECE Medical 2015 Counselling Venue: 

BCECE Board, I.A.S. Association Building, Near Patna Airport, Patna - 800014, Bihar


BCECE Medical 2015 Counselling Schedule:


The counselling of schedule of BCECE Medical 2015 has been announced by examination authority Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board (BCECE). Candidates can BCECE Medical 2015 Counselling Schedule from the table given below.

Category wise BCECE Medical 2015 Counselling Events

Counselling Dates


June 29 to July 4, 2015

Backward Class: BC

July 8 to 9, 2015

Extremely Backward Class: EBC

July 6 to 7, 2015

Scheduled Caste: SC

July 4 to 6, 2015

Scheduled Tribe: ST

July 4, 2015

Reserved Category Girls: RCG

July 9, 2015

Disabled Quota: DQ

June 29, 2015

It must be noted that the counselling letter of BCECE Medical 2015 will not be sent to candidates. They are advised to download BCECE Medical 2015 counselling letter from the link given below. The BCECE Medical 2015 Counseling letter will contain detail of BCECE Medical 2015 counselling instructions. They are advised to read the BCECE Medical 2015 counselling manual carefully before attending the counseling session as per the given schedule.


Download BCECE Medical 2015 Counselling Letter from the link given below:


Highlights of BCECE Medical 2015 Counseling Procedure:


Registration for BCECE medical 2015 Counselling:

For registering for BCECE Medical 2015 counselling candidates have to register from the link given. For registration candidates have to fill BCECE Medical 2015 Roll Number, Candidate Name, Father Name and date of birth, correspondence address, mobile number and security question.

For BCECE medical 2015 Registration – Click Here (the link will be updated on availability)

Choice Filling and Locking of MBBS and BDS Seats: 

Candidates can select colleges available and lock the same by clicking on save button. At this stage candidates can interchange their choices and delete the multiple choices chosen by them. Choices once locked can’t be unlocked. After locking choice the list of selected medical and dental colleges will be shown on screen. Take printout of the choices once they are filled by the candidate. Keep it safe for future reference

BCECE Medical 2015 Seat Allotment

Seats of medical and dental colleges will be allotted to candidates as per their rank and reference in BCECE Medical 2015 entrance exam. According to officials, allotment of MBBS and BDS seats will be done strictly on the basis of candidate’s rank in BCECE Medical 2015 merit list. After filling in the registration details candidates must fill the choices as per their BCECE 2015 Merit list. They must lock the choices and take a printout of the filled in choices for future reference


BCECE Medical 2015 Provisional Seat Allotment:

Candidates must check their allotment status and printout the BCECE 2015 Provisional Allotment letter after downloading it. They must report to the Counselling centre as specified in the allotment letter for handwriting verification.

 Handwriting verification:

A uniform procedure of taking specimen handwriting of each candidate to compare the same with the handwriting of the text written on the OMR answer sheets corresponding to candidate's roll no. has been adopted. This is to make sure and verify the identities of successful candidates appearing at the time of counseling and in order to prevent impersonation.

Final BCECE Medical 2015 Seat Allotment:

Candidates who have successfully cleared the handwriting test held for verification of identities can log in to check their final BCECE Medical 2015 Seat Allotment. Candidate must download Final BCECE Medical 2015 Allotment letter and report to allotted medical and dental college for document verification and fee payment as specified in the allotment letter.

Documents Required for Verification during BCECE Medical Counselling:

  • Final BCECE Medical 2015 Seat Allotment Letter
  • Hall Ticket, Marks Sheet and Passing Certificate of 10th std
  • Hall Ticket, Marks Sheet and Passing Certificate of 12th std
  • BCECE Medical Admit Card for Stage 1 and 2 – To Download – Click Here
  • 6 photographs similar to the ones used in the Online Application of BCECE Medical 2015 Counseling Letter of BCECE 2015
  • Category Certificate (if applicable)
  • Medical Certificate as specified
  • Any other documents as required

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