"The JEECUP 2022 Counselling Round 4 will begin on 25 September. The registration window will remain open till 26 September."
JEECUP Counselling 2022: The JEECUP 2022 Counselling Round 4 will begin on 25 September. Candidates who have yet to be allotted a seat or those who withdrew the seat in the previous rounds can apply for Round 4. Candidates will be able to add and lock their choices till 26 September. Afterward, the Round 4 Seat allotment result will be released on 27 September.
Once the JEECUP Counselling 2022 Seat allotment result for Round 4 is out, candidates will have the option to accept the seat. If they accept the seat, they must pay the seat acceptance fee of INR 3000. The balance fees can be paid at the allotted institute during the reporting phase.
For information regarding the JEECUP 2022 Admissions, visit the official website: jeecup.admissions.nic.in
JEECUP Counselling 2022 Round 4 Events and Dates
Given below are the important events and their respective dates that are part of the JEECUP Round 4 Counselling process:
|Round 4 Registration for qualified and unqualified candidates along with other state candidates||25 to 26 September|
|Filling and Locking College Choices||25 to 26 September|
|JEECUP Counselling 2022 Round 4 Seat Allotment Result||27 September|
|Document Verification at the District Help Centre||28 September to 30 September(5 PM)|
|Deposit of fees||28 September to 30 September|
|Round 4 Registration for qualified and unqualified candidates along with other state candidates||28 to 29 September|
Round 4 Eligibility Criteria
Here is the criterion which makes a candidate eligible to apply for the JEECUP Counselling 2022 Round 4:
- Qualified the UP state exam but did not appear for the counselling process
- Qualified the UP state exam can also apply for the 4th round counselling process
- Appeared in Round 3 but were not allotted a seat
- Appeared in Round 3 but withdrew from the allocated seat
- Additionally, if the candidate is from another state, they can apply for the Round 4 of the counselling process.
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