JEECE Cutoff 2018 - Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board (JCECEB) will release the JEECE 2018 cutoff for all the qualified candidates of the entrance exam. The cutoff of JEECE 2018 will be published in online mode with opening and closing ranks for all category candidates. JEECE cutoff 2018 is the minimum marks required for admission to the participating institutes of JEECE and B.Tech programmes offered by them. This means that JEECE candidates will have to score more than or equivalent to the specified JEECE cutoff 2018 to be a part of the admission procedure. The cutoff of JEECE 2018 will vary from one participating institute to another, one B.Tech programme to another and one category to another. This variation is due to the factors that go into making of JEECE 2018 cutoff which are number of candidates appeared, number of seats available etc. Candidates can check all the factors about JEECE cutoff 2018 in detail from the article given below.
JEECE 2018 was conducted on May 26, 2018 for all the eligible candidates.
Factors used in making JEECE cutoff 2018
The admission authorities consider the following factors while preparing the cutoff of JEECE 2018:
Difficulty level of the entrance exam
Number of seats available in the institutes and programmes
Number of candidates who have appeared and qualified in the exam
Previous year cutoff trends
Salient features of JEECE 2018 cutoff
JCECEB will prepare the cutoff of JEECE on the basis of merit list.
The merit list of JEECE will be made on the basis of the result of JEECE.
Candidates need to score marks equivalent to the closing rank of JEECE cutoff 2018, only then they will be entitled to admission in the colleges participating and courses offered by them.
Candidates will be invited to participate in counselling procedure on the basis of the JEECE cutoff.
JEECE 2018 cutoff will be different for general category candidates and reserved category candidates.
JEECE Participating Institutes 2018
Candidates will be invited to attend counselling at the following participating institutes of JEECE 2018. The complete list of JEECE 2018 participating institutes with total number of seats has been provided below. Candidates will have to fill their preferred colleges and courses during choice filling to be held during counselling.
JEECE 2018 Participating Institutes
252 (first shift)
84 (second shift)
RVS College of Engineering & Technology, Jamshedpur
Nilai Education Trust's Group or Institutions, Thakurgoan, Burmu, Ranchi
Government Engineering Colleges under JEECE 2018
Seat Intake (AICTE approved)
Seat Intake (Overall 75%Jharkhand and quota seats)
Government Engineering College, Chatbas
JEECE Counselling 2018
The counselling of JEECE 2018 will be conducted by JCECEB for candidates as the next step to B.Tech admissions. Candidates will be invited for counselling on the basis of their scores and merit in the merit list. Candidates have to fill their choices of colleges in online mode and get their documents verified during counselling. After successful verification, seats will be allotted to candidates on the basis of their merit list and choice filling.
Documents required during JEECE 2018 counselling
Candidates have to carry the following documents mandatorily during the counselling procedure of JEECE 2018.
Class X admit card, marks sheet, passing certificate
Class XII admit card, marks sheet, passing certificate
Caste certificate, if required
Passport size photograph