WBJEE Medical 2014 Counselling
Govind Kumar, 14 Jun 2014, #NEET
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WBJEE Medical 2014 Counselling: West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board (WBJEEB) will conduct e-counselling for admission to MBBS and BDS Course in 22 medical colleges. The date and schedule of WBJEE Medical 2014 Counselling will announced by WBJEEB after the declaration of WBJEE Medical 2014 result. The WBJEE Medical 2014 result will be published by WBJEEB on or before June 10, 2014.


Candidates who have qualified in the WBJEE Medical 2014 entrance exam will be able to participate in online counselling of WBJEE Medical 2014. Allotment of MBBS and BDS seats of 22 medical colleges of West Bengal will be based on candidates rank / position in the WBJEE Medical 2014 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.

Out of the 22 West Bengal Medical Colleges, 16 are government medical colleges, 5 are private and 1 is central government medical college.




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Important Highlights of WBJEE Medical 2014 e-counselling


  • Selected candidates for both the MBBS and BDS courses have to furnish bonds giving Undertaking /declaration to serve the State Government anywhere in the State for a minimum period of 3 years, after passing their respective courses
  • Candidates should note that their names appeared on merit list does not make them eligible for admission to any concerned University/College.
  • Admission to 85% of seats shall be available for through the WBJEEM-2014. Admission to remaining 15% seats shall be available for admission though All India Medical Entrance Examination.
  • Admission to total number of seats in private medical/dental colleges that shall be available through Management Quota will be put up in the WBJEE official website.
  • Persons with Disabilities (PWD) category candidates claiming seats under reserved category are required to produce PWD certificates issued by the competent authority. The list of competent authorities for issuing PWD certificate are listed below-
  1. Officer-in-Charge or Medical Head of Primary Health Centres
  2. Block Primary Health Centres,
  3. State General Hospitals
  4. Rural Hospitals
  5. Sub-Divisional Hospitals or the District Hospitals run by the State Government or any hospital run by a statutory body or authority
  • The Medical Board constituted at IPGMR/SSKM Hospital will verify all certificates at the time of counselling.

Reservation of seats for SC/ST/OBC/PwD Candidates is given below in a box-

Nature of Institutions

Applicability of Reservation Rule for SC/ST/ OBC-A/OBC-B/PWD Category of Students

Government Medical/Dental Colleges

Reservation Rule of State Government

shall be followed

Private & Self Financing Medical/ Dental Colleges

Reservation of seats shall be available for students as may be desired by concerned Institution Authority.

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Documents required for  WBJEE 2014 Counselling

  • UPSEE Pharmacy 2014 Admit Card

  • Class XII Marks sheet

  • Class XII/HSC Certificate

  • Character certificate

  • Certificate of Medical Fitness / Undertaking of Medical Fitness

 Other Documents required for candidates seeking reservation benefits (only if applicable and as per format in brochure)

  • Domicile certificate

  • Category certificate for OBC/SC/ST, if applicable

  • Subcategory certificate for Physically handicapped as  applicable

  • For economically weak candidates: the Income certificate

  • Rural Weightage certificate, if applicable

Below is a list of government colleges, private (self financing) institutes, and central government institute offering MBBS/BDS course through WBJEE Medical 2014 exam-


Institute Name

Institute Type


Medical College & Hospital, Kolkata

Government college


N.R.S. Medical College, Kolkata

Government college


R.G. Kar Medical College, Kolkata

Government college


Calcutta National Medical College, Kolkata

Government college


Bankura Sammilani Medical College, Bankura

Government college


Burdwan Medical College, Burdwan

Government college


North Bengal Medical College, Darjeeling

Government college


I.P.G.M.E.R., Kolkata

Government college


Midnapur Medical College, Paschim Medinipur

Government college


Maldah Medical College, Maldah

Government college


Murshidabad Medical College & Hospital

Government college


College of Medicine & Sagar Dutta Hospital, Kolkata

Government college


ESI PGIMSR, Joka, Kolkata

Central government institute


College of Medicine and J.N. Memorial Hospital, Kalyani, Nadia

Government college


K.P.C. Medical College & Hospital, Kolkata

private (self financing) institute


IQ City Medical College & NH Hospital, Durgapur

private (self financing) institute


I Care Medical College & Hospital, Haldia

private (self financing) institute


Dr. R. Ahmad Dental College, Kolkata

Government college


North Bengal Dental College, Darjeeling

Government college


Gurunanak Institute of Dental Science & Research,

Panihati, Kolkata

private (self financing) institute


Haldia Institute of Dental Sciences and Research, Haldia,

Purba Medinipur

private (self financing) institute


Burdwan Dental College, Burdwan

Government college



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