JEECUP Counselling 2023 (3rd Round Open): The JEECUP Result 2023 is published by the authorities on 17 August. Candidates who have qualified the entrance exam for UP Polytechnic now looking for the JEECUP Counselling Schedule 2023 which is now available. And those who have been registered for the first round their allotment will be out on 22nd August 2023.
As aspirants know JEECUP is a state-level entrance exam conducted by the Joint Entrance Examination Council Uttar Pradesh to offer admission to polytechnic courses. JEECUP has released the result of the entrance examination. Now the authorities started the counselling process. Candidates who have qualified the entrance exam can get the necessary details about JEECUP Counselling 2023 from this page.
JEECUP Counselling 2023 Schedule
|Exam Conducted By
|Joint Entrance Examination Council Uttar Pradesh
|17th August 2023
|JEECUP Counselling Registration
All the candidates who participate in the JEECUP 2023 exam and qualify wait for the announcement of counselling dates. The authorities will start the JEECUP counselling process. This year the counselling process is being conducted online. Authorities have planned the counselling rounds based on the availability of vacant seats. A total of three counselling rounds are expected, and the same can be increased too.
To participate in JEECUP counselling process, the applicants will have to first follow the procedure to mention preferred trades and institutes. Admission seekers can get detailed information about admission in polytechnic courses from this page. Scroll the page down to know how to register for counselling.
Important Dates for JEECUP Counselling 2023
|JEECUP Counselling registration for 1st Round
|27 July to 20 August 2023
|1st round Seat Allotment Result
|22 August 2023
|Online Freeze/Float choice selection/ Doc verification at district help centres
|23 to 26 August
|1st round fee deposition
|23 to 26 August
|New Registration for 2nd round
|23 to 26 August
|2nd Seat Allotment
|27 August 2023
|Online Freeze and float
|28 to 30 August 2023
|3rd Round Choice Filling
|28 to 30 August
|4th Round Registration
|Seat Allotment Result (4th Round)
|6th Round registration
Applicants are suggested to check the official website of JEECUP to get update related to the detailed counselling schedule. Or they can stay tuned with us as here we will also keep updating the page with the latest news related to the JEECUP counselling Schedule 2023.
JEECUP 2023 Counselling
As mentioned earlier on the page, counselling will not be over in one round only. The rounds of counselling will depend on the number of available seats. Admission seekers will be called for online counselling for admission to polytechnic courses based on the merit list. As the applicants already know that the authorities release a merit list along with the result of JEECUP. The rank of the candidate in the merit list depends on his performance in exam and the marks he has scored. Counselling of the candidates will be done based on their rank on the merit list.
Candidates must have a good rank to get the preferred institute. However, the number of available seats and choice of a stream also play an important role as a decision-maker in the allotment of the seats to the applicants. Now let’s understand how the counselling process will start;
JEECUP 2023 Counselling Process
For a better understanding, we can divide the counselling process into the following steps; Online Registration, Choice Filling, Document Verification, the announcement of seat allotment result and fee submissions, and the final report to the assigned college or institute. Here is the detail of these steps;
Candidates will have to visit the official website of JEECUP and register there. For this, the admission seekers will have to log in to the website with a registration id and password. The applicants will have to pay the counselling registration fee. The fee payment can be done through online transactions or with debit or credit card.
After registering on the website, candidates will have to fill in their choice in terms of course and college. Remember that here you are just filling the choice. You may allot a seat here or not; it depends on various other factors too. The officials give preference to the candidates with a higher rank on merit list. Candidates are free to mention more than two, three or more choices in the choice filling.
At the time of admission, the admission seekers will have to show their documents related to their age, educational qualification, residence, and nationality, and to get the benefits given to the applicants from reserved categories. At this time it is a must to show the original documents. Applicants can show their 10th class mark sheet and certification to prove their DOB and domicile as proof of residence. In case any candidate could not show the original documents, then he will not be considered to allot a seat, and his registration will get cancelled. It must show all the supporting documents to get the benefits of reservation.
The authorities will release seat allotment result online. Candidates can check from the official website of JEECUP. If a candidate is fine with the allotted seat, then he will have to pay the fee else to wait for another seat allotment result and avoid this one.
Candidates will have to pay the security fee to claim the allotted seat. After this, download the seat allotment letter is available on the website. To get the letter admission seeker will have to log in on to JEECUP website and get it from his user account. The fee submission process is also known as freeze the seat, so don’t be confused with this term.
Report to the College
After confirming the seat by paying the fee, candidates will have to report to the allotted college with seat allotment letter. It is a must to report to the assigned college within the given time frame to complete the formalities to get admission here else you will lose the seat and the paid application fee.
JEECUP 2023 Seat Reservation
Check the seat reservation in JEECUP as per state’s rules;
|Category of Candidates
|For Freedom Fighters’ Family Person
|For Military Personnel Family Person