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Orissa JEE Exam OJEE ,Orissa Joint Entrance Examination (Orissa JEE)

The Orissa Joint Entrance Examination (Orissa JEE) is conducted by the State of Orissa for admission to the first year Degree courses in Engineering/Technology, MBBS/BDS, Pharmacy, MCA, MBA and to the Lateral Entry of State candidates to third semester of degree courses in Engineering/Technology and Pharmacy.
Orissa Joint Entrance Examination Orissa JEE Exam 2009 Results : Check Here

For admission to BTech, MBBS, BDS, BPharm, MCA and MBA courses and Lateral Entry to BTech, BPharm Courses in Government and Private Colleges.

Eligibility for Orissa JEE :

(A) For admission to First Year Bachelor Program in

    (i) Engineering/Technology: Pass or appearing in 10+2 examination of CHSE, Orissa or equivalent with Physics, Mathematics, and one from Chemistry/ Computer Science/Biology/Biotechnology or pass in 10+3 diploma course in engineering including those having less than 60% marks in aggregate from SCTE&T, Orissa or equivalent.

    (iv) Hotel Management and Catering Technology: Pass or appearing in 10+2 examination in Arts/Commerce/Science from CHSE, Orissa or equivalent.

    –>(iii) MBBS/BDS: Pass or appearing in 10+2 examination of CHSE, Orissa or equivalent with Physics, Chemistry and Biology with atleast 50% marks in aggregate in these subjects taken together (40% for SC/ST) with age between 17 and 25 years as on 31.12.2009 (relaxable up to 3 years for SC/ST candidates).

(B) For admission to First Year Masters programme in

    (i) Computer Application (MCA): Pass or appearing in 2009 three years Bachelor?s Degree examination in any discipline with pass in Mathematics at 10+2 level or in +3 level.(ii) Business Administration (MBA): Pass or appearing in 2009 three years Bachelor?s Degree examination in any discipline from a UGC recognized University.

(C) For admission to Second Year Engineering/Technology, Pharmacy under Lateral Entry

    Pass or appearing in 3 years diploma course in Engineering, Pharmacy with a minimum 60% marks in aggregate from SCTE&VT, Orissa or equivalent.

(D) For admission to Second Year Engineering/Technology under Lateral Entry

    Pass or appearing in 2009, for the Bachelor?s Degree examination of three years duration in Science from any University of Orissa or equivalent recognised by UGC and have passed with a minimum of 60% marks in aggregate (First Division) with Mathematics at +3 level.

(E) For admission to Second Year Pharmacy under Lateral Entry

    Pass or appearing in 2009, for the Bachelor?s Degree examination of three years duration in Science from any University of Orissa or equivalent recognised by UGC and have passed with a minimum of 60% marks in aggregate (First Division) with Biology at +3 level.The ratio of distribution of seats under lateral entry for Diploma : B. Sc. is 80:20.

    Note: Candidates are to produce their complete result alongwith original marksheet of qualifying examination at the time of counselling for admission.

Reservation:

    The percentage of seats to be reserved for different categories is subject to change and the decision of the State Government as on the date of admission will be applicable.

Outside State Candidate:

    Outside State candidates are not eligible for admission in Govt. Colleges but they are eligible for admission to Privates Colleges except private Medical (MBBS/BDS) Colleges.

Contact Address:

Chairman, JEE – 2009
Orissa; JEE Complex
Gandamunda, PO : Khandagiri
Bhubaneswar-751030

Web Address : http://jeeorissa.com/

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2 comments

  1. sir kindly send me complete sylabus for LE in engg.

  2. puspalata behera

    hello sir ,my result will be not show so taht my rool no-10607851

    so that kindeli inform me on yhis id or my mobile no-0983246914

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