BCECE Counselling 2018: The concerned authorities will be conducting BCECE 2018 counselling tentatively from the last week of July 2018. All of those candidates who qualify the entrance examination will have to register themselves for the counselling of BCECE 2018. After registration, the candidates will have to fill in their choices of colleges and courses according to their preference. The BCECE provisional seat allotment will be announced in online mode and the information regarding where the candidates have to report for handwriting verification will be present. BCECE Counselling 2018 conducts handwriting verification to ensure the authenticity of the candidates by comparing the sample with the OMR responses. Final allotment in the counselling of BCECE 2018 will be done according to the merit of the candidates, his/ her preference of seats and availability of seats. Lastly, the selected candidates will have to report at the allotted institute for confirmation of admission. Previous year, a total of 25311 candidates applied for BCECE, out of which 24819 candidates qualified in it. The total number of candidates who qualified in the first round of counselling was 5174 followed by 2877 who qualified in the second round of counselling last year. For more information, check the full article on BCECE Counselling 2018.
Important Dates of BCECE Counselling 2018
BCECE 2018 Exam
April 29, 2018
Declaration of Result
Second week of July 2018
Start of BCECE 2018 Counselling Session
Last week of July 2018
BCECE 2018 Counselling Procedure
The concerned authorities will conduct the counselling of BCECE 2018 in online mode. All of the candidates who have qualified the entrance examination of BCECE 2018 will have to register themselves to participate. After registration, the candidates will also have to select their preferred choice of colleges and courses. The given steps have to be followed by the candidates for BCECE counselling 2018.
Step 1 – Online Registration – Firstly, the candidates will have to register themselves for the BCECE 2018 counselling process. All of the qualified candidates have to register for the counselling session otherwise the allotment procedure will not be done by the concerned authorities. The candidates will have to enter the following information to register themselves for BCECE 2018 counselling:
BCECE 2018 Roll Number
Name of the Candidate
Date of Birth
The password also has to be created by the candidates. The candidates have to remember that the password has to be 8-13 characters and should have at least one special character, one upper case and one lower case letter. After registration, the candidates will have to enter the following details.
Step 2 – Online Option Entry: Following the registration process, the candidates will have to log into their account. For login, the candidates will have to submit their BCECE 2018 roll number and password. After successfully logging in, the candidates will be able to see the following options displayed on the screen:
Display Filled Choices
Provisional Allotment Letter
All of the candidates will be required to select their preferred choices from the given list. The selection has to be done on the basis of preference. After locking the selected choices, the candidates will have to print out their choices for future reference.
Step 3 – Provisional Seat Allotment: The candidates will be able to check their provisional seat allotment status of BCECE 2018 in online mode. The allotment will be done based on the selected choices of the candidates along with their individual merit and availability of seats. The candidates will have to download their provisional allotment letter which will consist of the details regarding the counselling venue. The printout of the downloaded allotment letter has to be taken out by the candidates.
Step 4 – Verification of Handwriting: The candidates will have to undergo verification of their handwriting. During this process, the candidates will be required to give a sample of their handwriting. The example will be compared with the candidate’s handwriting in the OMR answer sheet of the entrance examination. The candidates will be qualified for final allotment if they qualify the handwriting verification process. The verification is conducted to ensure authenticity of the candidates who will be getting admission through BCECE 2018 counselling.
Step 5 – Final Allotment of BCECE 2018: All of the candidates who qualify the handwriting verification procedure will have to log into their account to check their final allotment status. The candidates will be able to download their final allotment status which will consist of timings to report at the allotted institutes where the document verification and payment of tuition fees has to be done for confirmation of admission.
Step 6 – Document Verification and Payment of Fees: Finally, the selected candidates will have to report at their alloted institute for verification of documents. The tuition fees also has to be paid by the candidates to confirm their admission. The following original documents along with a set of photocopies has to be brought to the allotted institute for verification:
Final BCECE 2018 Seat Allotment Letter
6 photographs (identical/ matching to the photographs used in BCECE 2018 Admit Card).
Counselling Call Letter of BCECE 2018
Admit Card, Mark Sheet and Provisional Certificate of 10th standard or equivalent examination (as proof of age and identity)
Admit Card, Mark Sheet and Passing Certificate of I.S.C or equivalent examination (only Admit Card in case of candidates appearing in the qualifying examination)
A certificate mentioning the subjects and clearly stating that result of this examination has not been announced by the Principal of the Institution Concerned. (in case of candidates appearing in the qualifying examination)
Caste Certificate to be obtained from Concerned C.O. countersigned by DM or SDO (Civil) of permanent residence (if applicable)
Annual Income Certificate to be obtained from Concerned C.O. countersigned by DM or SDO (Civil) of permanent residence. (if applicable)
Self attested latest photographs of the candidate.
Part-A of Application Form properly filled in by the candidate along with photograph pasted on it.
Domicile Certificate to be obtained from Concerned C.O. countersigned by DM or SDO (Civil) of permanent residence.
Character Certificate to be obtained from the Head of the Institution last attended.
Certificate for Disabled Quota (if applicable)
Certificate for Serviceman's Quota (SMQ) mentioning the relationship with the candidate (if applicable)
Certificate showing that candidate's parent is an employee of UNO and is posted at present in Bihar. (if applicable)
Certificate showing that candidate's parent is a Govt. of India or any PSU employee and is posted in Bihar. (if applicable)
Certificate showing that candidate's parent is a Govt. of Bihar employee. (if applicable)
Refugee Registration Certificate to be obtained from Concerned DM or ADM authorized by DM or Refugee Registration Officer.
Certificate for candidates who have not studied from Bihar but claim to be a citizen for 10 years or more in respect of their parents from the Principal of the Institution from where they are studying for the qualifying examination indicating the Permanent Address as recorded in the Admission Register of that institute.
Medical Certificate as specified