WBJEE Medical 2015 Counselling
Govind Kumar, 03 Jul 2015, #NEET
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WBJEE Medical 2015 Counselling - The Counselling Schedule of WBJEE Medical 2015 round 2 has been released by the counselling conducting body, i.e. West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board (WBJEEB).  WBJEE Medical 2015 Counselling Round 2 is scheduled to be conducted from July 22, 2015 to July 31, 2015 in an online mode. According to officials, all the waitlisted candidates of WBJEE Medical 2015 are eligible to appear in the WBJEE Medical 2015 Counselling Round 2. The Online Counselling schedule of WBJEE Medical 2105 Round 2 is given below:

 

Online counselling schedule of WBJEE Medical 2015 for Round 2:

 

Date and Time

Events

No of days

July 22, 2015

Round 2 processing of choices of registered candidates (choices were put up in Round 1)

1

July 23, 2015

Round 2 publication of result

1

July 24, 2015 (10:00 am to 04:00 pm) at Auditorium of RGKar MCH Kolkatta (for newly allotted candidates in all the medical/dental colleges in West Bengal

Verification of documents for the newly allotted candidates at R G Kar Medical College (Candidates who were verified in earlier rounds need to not appear for verification again

1

July 27, 2015 to July 31, 2015 (from 10:00 am to 04:00 pm on each working day

Online Reporting at the respective institute for upgraded or freshly allotted candidates. Upgraded candidates must release their documents from previously admitted institute and then go to newly upgraded institute.

Candidates who did not opt for up gradation or who are not upgraded need not to appear for any upgrading

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To check WBJEE Medical 2015 Seat Allotment Result of Counsellinmg Round 1- Click Here

 


The counselling of WBJEE Medical 2015 was commenced from June 10, 2015 with submission of counselling fee. The online counselling of WBJEE Medical 2015 was to be submitted from June 18, 2015. The WBJEE Medical 2015 Counselling was conducted in online mode for allotment of MBBS and BDS seats in 22 medical colleges of West Bengal.

 

The seat allotment list of WBJEE Medical Counselling round 1 has been announced on June 25, 2015. The selected candidates have to report to RG Kar Medical College and Hospital for verification of documents. The schedule date of document verification is June 26 and 27, 2015 from 10:00 AM to 40:00 PM. After the documents verification candidates have to report to allotted medical colleges for admission any day from June 27 to July 3, 2015.

 

To Download Seat allotment List of WBJEE Medical Counselling round 1 – Click Here


Candidates who have qualified in the WBJEE Medical 2015 entrance exam will be able to participate in online counselling of WBJEE Medical 2015. Allotment of MBBS and BDS seats of 22 medical colleges of West Bengal will be based on candidates rank / position in the WBJEE 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.

WBJEE Medical 2015 counseling fee:

Candidate’s Category

WEBJEE Medical 2015 Counselling  Fee  

Unreserved candidates 

Rs 2000 + Bank Chagres

Reserved candidates and Physically Challenged candidates (SC, ST, OBC A, OBC B and PH candidates)

Rs. 1500 + Bank Chagres

All candidates allotted  under graduate seats through  this ‘online  process’ must verify  the  domicile certificate, medical certificate, SC/ST/OBC/PH certificate (wherever applicable), original copies of (10+2) mark sheet (All candidates must have passed in the  subject of  Physics, Chemistry and Biology and English individually and for unreserved candidates must have obtained a minimum  of 50% marks taken together  in Physics, Chemistry and Biology at the  qualifying  examination.

The candidates from SC, ST or other backward classes, the marks obtained in Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken together in qualifying examination are 40%. The qualifying and eligible PH candidates must obtain 45%  or  above),  admit  card  (for  age verification)   and  bank  transaction  form/receipt   containing transaction ID, allotment letter for under graduate seat with one photocopy of all the above mentioned documents at the verification center (R G Kar Medical College, Kolkata) as per the schedule. 

 

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WBJEE Medical 2015 Counselling Schedule - The counselling of schedule of WBJEE Medical 2015 has been announced by examination authority West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board (WBJEEB). Candiadtes can check the WBJEE Medical 2015 Counselling Schedule from the table given below:

WBJEE Medical 2015 Counseling Events

Counselling Dates

Time Frame

Generation of e-challan and deposition of  counseling fees in

any branch of UBI in West Bengal or Payment of counseling fees online

June 10 to 16, 2015 (generation  of e challan up to 4 pm on June 16, 2015 and deposition of fees during banking hours) or Online payment of   fees  from   1oth June 2015 till 4 pm of June 16, 2015 (as per server time)

7 days

WBJEE Round 1 counseling registration

June 18 to 21,  2015 (up to 5 pm on June 21,  2015 as per server time

4 days

Round 1 Choice filling

June 18 to 22, 2015 (up to 5 pm on June 22,  2015 as per server time)

5 days

Round 1 Choice locking

June 23,  2015 (up to 5 pm as per server time)

1 day

Round 1 processing

June 24, 2015

1 day

Round 1 result publication

June 25, 2015

1 day

Document verification at RG Kar

Medical College for allotted candidates in round 1

June 26,  2015 for candidates receiving seats in Kolkata and June 27, 2015 for candidates receiving  seats outside Kolkata

2 days

Admission/online reporting in

round 1 at respective  colleges

June 27,  2015 till July 3, 2015 (from 10 am to 4 pm on working days)

7 days

WBJEE Medical 2015 Counselling Procedures:

  • Online Challan Generation & offline Payment of Counseling Fees for WBJEE Medical 2015

  • Main Counseling Registration Process 

  • Exercising of Choices and Locking of choices

  • Process of Seat Allotment – Round 1

  • Round 1 Result Publication

  • Reporting for admission at the allotted Medical College against 1st Round

  • Process of Seat Allotment -Round 2

  • Round 2 Result Publication

  • Reporting for admission at the allotted Medical Colleges against Round 2

  • Publication of net vacant seats

  • Fresh Choice Submission by all eligible candidates for round 3

  • Process of Seat Allotment - Round 3

  • Round 3 Result Publication

  • Reporting for admission at the Medical Colleges /Institutions against Round 3

There will be three rounds in WBJEE Medical 2015 Counselling. 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. Candidates have to register freshly for participation in of WBJEE Medical 2015 Counselling round 4.

Step 1 – WBJEE Medical 2015 Counselling - Online Registration and Fee Payment

  • To register for WBJEE Medical 2015 Counselling Registration - Click Here 

  • Enter WBJEE Medical 2015 roll number, application number, date of birth, name

  • Download the e-challan to pay the WBJEE Medical 2015 Counselling fee of requisite amount at designated bank

  • Enter the e-challan payment details on the WBJEE Medical 2015 Counselling registration form

  • Keep the printed copy of the registration form safe to present at the reporting center later on

Step 2 – WBJEE Medical 2015 Choice Filling and Locking

  • 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

Step 3 – WBJEE Medical 2015 Seat Allotment

  • Seats of medical and dental colleges will be allotted to candidates as per their rank and reference in WBJEE 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 WBJEE Medical 2015 merit list

  • Candidate who will withdraw from any of the 3 rounds cannot participate in any round till the fourth round where seats will be allotted on the basis of vacancies.

Documents required for WBJEE Medical 2015 Counselling:

Since WBJEE Medical 2015 online allotment (Online Counseling) process, no documents will be required for participating in online allotment process. However the candidates who are allotted medical/dental colleges through the online allotment process are required to verify the following original documents at the verification centre on the stipulated days as mentioned in the counselling schedule

  • Allotment letter

  • Domicile certificate

  • Medical Certificate

  • SC/ST/OBC A or B/PH certificate (if applicable)

  • Age proof (birth certificate/class 10 admit card or certificate)

  • Class 12 mark sheet (the eligibility criteria is mentioned in the website)

  • Duly filled up verification form

  • Reporting centre copy of e-challan form showing the bank transaction ID

The candidates once verified from the verification centre and receiving the verification certificate (duly signed and sealed by the verifying authority) can now go to their allotted medical/dental colleges on the stipulated days as for admission.

Original documents for admission to under-graduate medical/dental courses for admission to state quota seats 2015 are as mentioned below:

  • Admit Card of WBJEE Medical 2015 – To Download – Click Here

  • WBJEE Medical 2015 Rank Letter issued by WBJEEB - To Download - Click Here

  • Allotment letter

  • Age proof

  • Class 12 Mark sheet and Certificate (provisional/final)

  • SC/ST/OBC A or B certificate (if applicable)

  • PH certificate (if applicable)

  • Reporting centre copy of e-challan showing bank transaction ID

  • Domicile certificate

  • Medical Certificate

  • Verification certificate issued by the verification centre

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