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OJEE 1st Allotment Result 2020 Declared, Check Odisha JEE 1st Round Allotment List at, Get Direct Link Here

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OJEE 1st Allotment Result 2020 Declared: As per the latest update, the Odisha Joint Entrance Examination Committee has officially announced the OJEE Allotment Result 2020 for the 1st Counselling Round. Candidates who have participated in the counselling process for 1st Round can check their Odisha JEE 1st Allotment Results 2020 by logging onto the exam portal Alternatively, candidates can also click on the link provided below, which will take them directly to the result checking portal or website from where they can access the OJEE allotment result and list.

Check OJEE 1st Allotment Result 2020 – Direct Link (Available Now)

Document Verification by 21st November

As per the counselling schedule shared by the OJEE Committee, after the declaration or release of OJEE 1st Allotment Result 2020, shortlisted candidates will be provided a period of two days for document verification. Candidates, who are selected for admission and have been allotted seats under the 1st Round of OJEE Counselling, need to complete the document verification formalities by 21st November 2020.

The official notification in this regards published by exam authority reads “It is hereby informed to all allotted candidates of all courses, except MBBS/ BDS, it is compulsory to complete all the provided steps to successfully complete the process of OJEE seat allotment.” To complete the OJEE 1st Round Allotment Process, candidates need to follow the below-given steps:

  • Step 1: Visit official website i.e.
  • Step 2: Log onto the portal using your registered credentials
  • Step 3: Click on Link for Freeze / Float option
  • Step 4: Upload the necessary documents as required for verification
  • Step 5: Pay the requisite amount of admission fee as per your category
  • Step 6: Verify and Submit all the details on the website

Candidates must note that in case of any query is raised (pertaining to any document) by the exam authority, it must be compiled by the candidates within a day of raising the query. Failing to do so may lead to forfeiture of their seats.

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