OJEE 2015 Result Score Card Release Expected in June first week

Odisha Joint Entrance Examination (OJEE) 2015 was conducted by OJEE Board on 10th of May in 78 examination centers located across Odisha. OJEE Board will declare the result of this test in the first week of June 2015 in the official site. The score card and State merit rank will be awarded on the same time of result declaration.

OJEE 2015 is conducted to facilitate admission in various Under Graduate and Post Graduate courses like MBA, MCA, M Tech (Regular & Part time), B Tech, B Arch, BAMS, BHMS, B Pharm, B Tech lateral Entry offer by Government/private Universities/Colleges/institutes located across Odisha. Approximately 45 thousands candidates participated in this test in which about 9000 candidates appeared for MBA admission and 16000 candidates for Btech lateral Entry admission.

OJEE 2015Recently High Court of Odisha hold the OJEE 2015 for B Tech Admissions, because Government of Odisha decided earlier to provide Btech Admissions through JEE Mains 2015. But in reply to petition filled by Secretary of Odisha Private Engineering College Association, HC of Odisha ordered state Government to conduct the Test for Admission against the Vacant Btech seats left after admission done by JEE Mains.

The OJEE 2015 schedule was notified on 15th of January for which online registration was closed on March 25. Since the exact result date has not notified yet by Board, so the Result may be declared on any date in the first week. It is expected that OJEE Board will notify the result date soon. To check the result online, candidates will have to visit the OJEE site and submit their log in details.

OJEE Board already published the Solved answers sheet in the official site and candidates can download it to check their performance. With the help of Answer key candidates can evaluate their own score and will get a idea of their upcoming result.

The Counselling process and detailed schedule will be published in the OJEE website after the result declaration. The admission will be done on fully merit basis i.e. marks secured in the test. Participated Institutions and Colleges/Universities will publish the seat allocation list separately and by paying the fees, candidates can book their seats.

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