"The WBJEEB released the WBJEE Counselling 2022 mop-up round seat allotment list. Access direct link to check the seat allotment results here."
WBJEE Counselling 2022: The West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board (WBJEEB) administered the counselling rounds for student admissions to the state engineering and technological colleges. Today, Sep 27, the Board released the final seat allotment list, i.e., the mop-up round allotment results. Students who were offered a seat in the previous rounds, or those who declined the seat allotted to them, were eligible for this round. Further, the Board will not organise any other rounds of counselling. Therefore, once the shortlisted students confirm their seats, the WBJEEB will declare the final WBJEE admission list for 2022. Be that as it may, candidates can check the seats allocated by using the direct link mentioned in this article.
WBJEE Counselling 2022: Direct Link to Access the Mop-Up Round Seat Allotment Result
Students must adhere to the process below to access the WBJEE mop-up round 2022 seat allotment result.
- Firstly, visit – admissions.nic.in, the direct link to check the WBJEE 2022 seat allocation list.
- Next, enter your roll number, password, and page-specific unique security code to log in to the portal.
- Subsequently, the WBJEE Counselling 2022: Mop-Up Round Seat Allotment List will appear on your screen.
- Finally, download it for your reference.
Furthermore, if you find your roll number on the list, the Board has shortlisted you. Your seat allotment result will reflect your admission prospect through WBJEE Counselling 2022. Students shortlisted must download the allotment letter from the WBJEE web portal. Then, report to the respective college and the documents required for WBJEE counselling. Upon verification of the documents, the authorities will confirm your admission.
Students can write to the Board for more details and clarifications on WBJEE Counselling 2022. Their contact information is available on their official website – wbjeeb.nic.in.
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