The Odisha Government has decided to follow CBSE, and asked the aspirants seeking admission in B.Tech and B. Arch programmes in State Government and Private engineering colleges for session 2014-2015 to appear in CBSE’s JEE (Main) 2014.
Till now, the admission is Engineering courses in State Government as well as Private engineering colleges in Odisha had been done through Odisha Joint Entrance Examination (OJEE).
To apply for JEE (Main) 2014, the candidates need to visit http://jeemain.nic.in/jeemainapp/Welcome.aspx
To determine eligibility for offering admission seats for Undergraduate programmes – B.Tech and B. Arch in Government and Private engineering colleges as well as State Universities and Autonomous colleges, the government of Odisha notified of Odisha state participating in JEE (Main) 2014.
15% approved seats of Private institutions as well as, Autonomous institutions and Private State Universities are to be filled on the basis of Merit following the All India Merit list of JEE (Main) 2014, through state admission Agency, which is OJEE in Odisha.
However, to obtain admission in other courses such as first year degree courses in Homeopathy/Pharmacy/Ayurveda, Master degree in Applied management (MAM), Master’s degree in Computer Application, and lateral Admission to second year (Third semester) in Engineering, Technology, Pharmacy, Architecture, Master’s degree in Computer Application, and first year Master’s degree in Computer Application (MCA), Business Administration (MBA)/PGDM/ PGCM/ PGDM (EXECUTIVE), M. tech, M. Pharm, M. Arch., the aspirant needs to apply for Odisha Joint Entrance Exam 2014.The OJEE will be conducted on 11 May, 2014. The applying procedure of OJEE 2014would commence from the last week of January.
The admission counseling for session 2014-2015 is to be done by the state through Odisha Joint Entrance Exam committee on the basis of JEE 2014 merit list.
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