The WBJEE (West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination) seat allotment process for 2023 is a critical step in the journey of candidates seeking admission to undergraduate engineering and technology programs in West Bengal. This process determines which colleges and courses candidates are allotted based on their ranks and preferences.
|Round 1 Seat Allotment Result||2nd week of June 2024|
|Acceptance of Seat and Payment of Fee, Round 1||2nd week of June 2024|
|Reporting to allotted institutes, Round 1||3rd week of June 2024|
|Choice Filling for Round 2||4th week of June 2024|
|Seat Allotment Result, Round 2||5th week of June 2024|
|Acceptance of Seat and Payment of Fee, Round 2||6th week of June 2024|
|Reporting to allotted institutes, Round 2||7th week of June 2024|
|Mop-up Round Seat Allotment Result||8th week of June 2024|
|Acceptance of Seat and Payment of Fee, Mop-up Round||9th week of June 2024|
|Reporting to allotted institutes, Mop-up Round||10th week of June 2024|
|Nationality||The candidate must be a citizen of India.|
|Age||The candidate must have been born on or after December 31, 2002.|
|Educational qualification||The candidate must have passed the 12th standard examination from a recognized board with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics as compulsory subjects.|
|WBJEE qualification||The candidate must have qualified the WBJEE exam with a minimum of 45% marks (40% for SC/ST/PWD candidates) in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics taken together.|
Visit the Official Website: Go to the official WBJEE website. The specific web address for seat allotment may be provided in the official notification or on the WBJEE website.
Login: Look for the "Candidate's Login" or "WBJEE Seat Allotment" link on the website's homepage. Click on it.
Enter Credentials: You will be prompted to enter your login credentials, which typically include your WBJEE roll number and password.
Access Seat Allotment: Once logged in, you should be able to access your seat allotment result. This will display the college and course you have been allotted based on your rank and preferences.
Accept or Float: After viewing your seat allotment, you will have the option to either "accept" the allotted seat or "float" it. Accepting means you are confirming your admission to the allotted college, while floating allows you to participate in further rounds to potentially secure a better seat.
Download Allotment Letter: If you accept the allotted seat, you will typically have the option to download the allotment letter. This letter is an important document for the admission process.
Document Verification: Following seat acceptance, you will need to visit the designated reporting center for document verification. Ensure you have all required documents for this step.
Reporting to College: Once your documents are verified, you must report to the allotted college within the specified timeframe for final admission formalities.
Online Registration: Candidates who have qualified in WBJEE must register for counseling on the official WBJEE website. During registration, they need to pay the counseling fee and provide personal details.
Choice Filling: Registered candidates must fill in their preferences for colleges and courses from the available options. They can modify and rearrange their choices during the specified time frame.
Seat Allotment Rounds: WBJEE conducts multiple rounds of seat allotment. The seat allocation is based on the candidate's WBJEE rank and their choices. The allotment results are published online.
Seat Acceptance: After the seat allotment results are published, candidates have the option to either accept the allotted seat or float it. Accepting means they confirm their admission to the allotted college, while floating allows them to participate in subsequent rounds for a potentially better seat.
Document Verification: Candidates who accept the allotted seats must visit the designated reporting centers for document verification. They need to submit the required documents for verification, including academic and identity proofs.
Provisional Admission: After successful document verification, candidates are provisionally admitted to the allotted colleges.
Reporting to Colleges: Finally, candidates must report to the colleges where they have been allotted seats within the specified time frame to complete the admission process.
WBJEE Admit Card 2024: The admit card serves as proof of your eligibility to participate in the counseling and seat allotment process.
WBJEE Rank Card 2024: This document indicates your rank in the WBJEE examination, which is crucial for seat allocation.
Class 10th Mark Sheet and Certificate: These documents verify your date of birth.
Class 12th Mark Sheet: Your 10+2 mark sheet is essential for confirming your academic qualifications.
Domicile Certificate: If you are claiming eligibility for reserved seats based on domicile, you must provide this document.
Category Certificate: Candidates belonging to reserved categories (SC/ST/OBC-A/OBC-B/PwD) must submit their category certificate as proof.
Income Certificate: If you are applying for Tuition Fee Waiver (TFW) seats, an income certificate is required.
PWD Certificate: If you are a person with a disability (PwD), you need to provide a PwD certificate issued by a competent authority.
JEE Main Scorecard: If you are seeking admission through the JEE Main route, you should present your JEE Main scorecard.
Passport-sized Photographs: Carry several recent passport-sized photographs as required for various documents.
Receipt of Online Counseling Fees Payment: The payment receipt serves as proof of fee payment for the counseling process.
Allotment Letter: If you have already been allotted a seat in a previous round of counseling, bring the allotment letter.
Migration Certificate: If you are from a board other than the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE), you may need a migration certificate.
Character Certificate: A character certificate from your school or college is often required.
|Type of Seat/Quota||Seat Acceptance Fees|
|State/Aided or Government Institutes||Rs.5,000|
|TFW (Tuition Fee Waiver)||Rs.3,000|
Government Engineering Colleges
Private Engineering Colleges
|College Name||Location||Courses offered|
|Techno India University||Kolkata||Engineering, Pharmacy, Management, etc.|
|Heritage Institute of Technology||Kolkata||Engineering, Pharmacy, Management, etc.|
|Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra (DU)||Durgapur||Engineering|
|National Institute of Technology Durgapur||Durgapur||Engineering, Management, etc.|
|Calcutta Institute of Engineering and Management||Kolkata||Engineering, Management, etc.|
|Kalyani Government Engineering College||Kalyani||Engineering|
|Jalpaiguri Government Engineering College||Jalpaiguri||Engineering|
|West Bengal University of Technology||Kolkata||Engineering|
|Bengal Engineering and Science University||Asansol||Engineering|
|St. Thomas' College of Engineering and Technology||Kolkata||Engineering|
|Techno India College of Technology||Kolkata||Engineering|