OJEE Counselling 2023

The Odisha Joint Entrance Examination (OJEE) 2023 counselling process will be held online. The candidates are advised to register themselves on the official website to participate in the OJEE 2023 counselling. Applicants can check the counselling dates for OJEE on the official website. Interested applicants have to complete their registration process within the specified dates. Seat allotment is provided on the merit list secured by the candidates in the OJEE 2023 exam. The counselling of OJEE 2023 will be held separately for the JEE Main, and the OJEE exam-qualified students. Read this article to know more about the OJEE 2023 counselling process.

OJEE 2023 Counselling Dates

Applicants can check the OJEE 2023 counselling dates from the table below:



Beginning of the Online Registration Process

10th February 2023

Last Date to Apply

20th March 2023

Last Day to Pay the Fee


Admit Card Availability

20th April 2023

OJEE 2023 Exam

8th May 2023 – 12th May 2023

Announcement of Results

2nd June 2023

Release of Answer Key

Yet to be Announced

Commencement of Counselling

Yet to be Announced

Steps of OJEE 2023 Counselling

The OJEE counselling registration and choice filling 2023 will be opened by the exam conducting authorities on the official website. Follow the steps given below to apply for the OJEE 2023 counselling.

Step 1: Registration for OJEE 2023 Counselling

The qualified candidates must pay the counselling fee and register online for the OJEE counselling process. Candidates are advised to register for the OJEE 2023 counselling by entering the required information. The applicants must pay the OJEE 2023 counselling fee using internet banking, a debit card, or a credit card after entering the essential data.

Step 2: Choice Filling and Locking

Applicants are required to enter their choices of colleges and courses as per their preferences. Candidates are recommended to fill out the maximum choices to increase their chances of admission. Applicants must lock their choices within the specified limit.

Step 3: Temporary Allotment of Seat

According to the selections made by the candidates and the OJEE merit list, the authorities will announce the provisional seat allocation. The official website will have information on the OJEE seat allocation. Candidates can check the status of their seat allotment using their registered mobile number and email.

Step 4: Reporting at Nodal Centres for Document Verification Payment of Admission Fees

For the purpose of document verification and paying admission fees, applicants who will receive seats through a temporary seat allocation must visit nodal reporting centres. Candidates can use a debit or credit card to pay the seat confirmation fee of Rs. 25000 at any Axis Bank or State Bank branch.

Documents required for OJEE 2023 counselling

  • Scorecard for the JEE Main 2023.
  • Online OJEE 2023 counselling registration receipt.
  • Receipt of admission fee payment.
  • Any other document containing the candidates’ birthdate, such as a Class 10 certificate.
  • Certificate of completion for Class 12 and regular mark sheet.
  • Nativity certificate (mandatory if applicable).
  • SC/ST category original certificate from the Odisha Government
  • Income certificate for the candidates of TFW.
  • Green Card provided by the Family Welfare Department of the Government of Odisha.
  • Candidates who fall under the EWS category must have an EWS certificate from the Tahsildar or Additional Tahsildar.
  • OJEE receives the list of qualified candidates who are Ex-Servicemen from the Rajya Sainik Board. Under the ES quota, only those candidates are taken into consideration.
  • SCB Medical College issues a medical certificate to PC candidates. The candidates whose eligibility has been confirmed by the Board will be taken into account for the PC quota.

Step 5: Final Seat Allotment

The authorities will announce the OJEE 2023 final seat allocation once document verification and fee payment have been completed at the nodal reporting centres. Applicants can find the final seat allotment on the official website.

Step 6: Reporting at Allotted Institute

Candidates who receive seats in the final allotment must report to the appropriate institute with the seat assignment letter within the allotted time frame to confirm their reserved seats.

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Frequently Asked Questions on OJEE Counselling


Are there distinct OJEE cutoffs for admission to each institute?

Yes, the OJEE cutoffs vary depending on the institution and are individually fixed by the institutes.


Will applicants still be taken into consideration for admission if they don’t meet the OJEE cutoff?

No, the applicants will not be considered for admission if they do not meet the OJEE cutoff.


Is it essential to attend the GD/PI round for admission?

Yes, the candidate’s performance in this round will determine who moves on to the next round. Therefore, participation in the GD/PI round for admission is mandatory.


Can I get admission if I passed the OJEE cutoff but did not meet the eligibility criteria?

No, a candidate must meet both the eligibility criteria and the OJEE cutoff to get admission..


Can I get a refund of the OJEE counselling fee?

If the candidate is not successful in getting a seat, the OJEE counselling fee is reimbursed.


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