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WBJEE 2021 Seat allotment result for Round 1 has been released

WBJEE 2021 1st seat Allotment result has been released by West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination Board on its official website, those who have applied for the seat Allotment rounds can check the results by visiting the official site of WBJEE.

For that candidates have to visit the site of WBJEE and log in thereby using their registration ID and password for checking the 1st Round result of WBJEE 2021.

The candidate can check which seat is allotted to him by checking the link which is given here 

WBJEE 2021 Seat allotment for Round 1

Or the student can directly visit the website by going through the link wbjee.nic.in

Those students who have been allotted seats in WBJEE 1st Round must accept and report to the institution which has allotted the seat with complete document and provisional Admission fee between 19th August & 21st August till 24th August 2021.

How to check the Seat Allotment result for the 1st Round of WBJEE..?

1st Step: Go to the official website of WBJEE wbjeeb.nic.in

2nd Step: Find and click on the link for Seat Allotment on the Home page for WBJEE

3rd Step: Enter required details – WBJEE roll no, a password for the account, and Security pin.

4th Step: Now download the result of WBJEE 2021 Round 1 seat Allotment 

What will be the next after WBJEE 2021 Seat Allotment?

After checking the results of seat allotment 2021 candidate has to do some things which are the one who has allotted the seat can accept it or freeze it by which candidate can Accept and choose up-graduation or else he can wait for it, the second round while taking no action.

The result for WBJEE Second round will come out on August 27, 2021, and the registration for those who are interested in mop-up counseling will going to start on the 6th of September, and further, the results of mop-up counseling will be released by the end of 10th or 11th September.

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Simon has a Masters in Business Management, but due to his keen interest in journalism he started his career by becoming a freelance contributor. Initially joining us as a part-time contributor, Simon quickly managed grab a permanent position in our editorial staff. He covers finance, money and Education news and analysis.

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