The JKCET Counselling 2017 will begin after the declaration of result, the document verification started from 19th June 2017 to 21st June. The counselling will be conducted in two rounds, first round to be conducted soon in the last week of June 2017. The counselling will be done offline based on their rank and merit. The students have to report to the counselling centre at the given date and time with all their original and xeroxed documents. Failing which shall lead to disqualification.
The exact dates of the counselling will be declared here once they are officially announced after the results (expected in the last week of June).
JKCET Counselling 2017 Procedure
- On the basis of the merit list, the counselling is done for the candidate.
- The candidates have to choose a maximum of 12 colleges as per their preference in which they wish to seek admission.
- Candidates have to reach the counselling centre on the given date and time
- If in a case due to some emergency if a candidate is not able to attend or reach the counselling, he can send his duly authorised representative with an undertaking and authority letter to the effect that allotment made on the basis of the choices mentioned by such representative will be binding on him/ her.
- The candidate/representative should be carrying all the necessary documents for the counselling.
- After verification, the seat is allotted to the candidate.
- Candidates have to reach the allotted college in a given specific period for further admission process, failing which shall lead to disqualification.
Documents required for JKCET Counselling 2017
Candidates have to bring the following documents (originals +xeroxes) during the counselling.
- 10th Mark Sheet and Passing Certificate.
- 12th Mark sheet and Passing Certificate
- JKCET 2017 Admit Card.
- Caste Certificate.
- Resident Certificate.
- Date of Birth Certificate.
- Character Certificate.
- 4-5 passport size photographs.
JKCET Counselling 2017 Fees
The counselling fees for JKCET Counselling 2017 is Rs. 1000.
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