Postponement of OJEE MBBS and BDS. In supersession of the previous circular (OJEE / 452 dated 25.11.2021), this is for the information of all concerned, that the process of registration for counseling and admission in MBBS / BDS Courses, which was scheduled to start from 29.11.2021, is hereby deferred till further notice. officials say the new dates for OJEE NEET Counselling will be declared in due course of time on the official website – odishajee.com. 85% of the seats that fall under the quota will be part of this counseling. There are no such date clarifications from officials. So after the clarification, a detailed schedule for seat allotment and admission process will be released on the official website of ojee, and postponement of OJEE MBBS and BDS will be rescheduled .
The OJEE had in its earlier notification stated that admission to MBBS/BDS seats of different Government and Hi-Tech Medical (Private) Colleges of the State will be done for the session 2021-22 on the basis of NEET (UG) 2021 merit list following rules and regulation of the State Government. A total of three rounds of Odisha NEET counseling 2021 will be conducted along with a mop-up round for admissions to the medical and dental courses in the state. The merit list and counseling process of Odisha NEET 2021 will be conducted on the official website at ojee.nic.in.
last week, the OJEE Board had announced that admission to MBBS/BDS seats of different Government and Hi-Tech Medical (private) colleges in Odisha will be carried out for the 2021-22 session on the basis of the NEET (UG) 2021 merit list by following the rules and regulation set by the State Government. The MBBS counseling process will be conducted in three phases including a mop-up round, which is held only if seats are left vacant after the third round of Odisha NEET counseling 2021.
The counseling will be done in three rounds. The mop-up round will be conducted only if seats are left vacant after the third round of Odisha NEET counseling 2021. The counseling will be done for admission to around 1950 MBBS and 363 BDS seats in private and government colleges across the state.