DHE Odisha degree admissions 2017: Third merit list released, check results at dheodisha.gov.in

The Department of Higher Education (DHE) in Odisha released the third selection list for the admissions in the Degree +3 programmes on Tuesday. Students can check the list at the official website, dheodisha.gov.in.

Representational image. AFP

Representational image. AFP

Students can also call the toll-free number (155335 or 1800-345-6770) to confirm whether they have been shortlisted, The Times of India reported.

Approximately 1.24 lakh candidates had secured seats in the first selection list, NDTV reported.

A total of 2,34,893 applications for over 2 lakh seats was received in 834 colleges through this admission process.

The DHE will send intimation letter to the selected applicants through SMS (if the mobile number is registered with Common Application Form) or through e-mail.

The third list is the final selection list after which the admission process will be concluded for students seeking admission online to Junior +2 and Degree +3 courses in arts, commerce and science streams along with vocational courses and in Sanskrit colleges in the state.

The second selection list was released on 12 July.

Follow these steps to check DHE Odisha third selection list:

  • Go to the official website at dheosdisha.gov.in
  • Go to the Students Academic Management Systems tab and click on 'Merit List'
  • Enter your registration number, password and date of birth
  • Your allotment result will be displayed.

Updated Date: Jul 18, 2017 16:18 PM

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