Odisha Joint Entrance Examination popularly known as OJEE is a state level examination for entrance into various UG and PG levels courses like MBA, MBBS, B. Arch, BDS, B. Pharm, M. Pharm, B. Tech, M. Tech, PDCM, PGDM, and MCA offered by various institutions in the state of Odisha. The examination usually takes place in the month of May and results for the same are declared within a month. Interested candidates can acquire all the related information as it follows below or from OJEE official website.


Applicants must possess a Bachelor’s Degree of minimum three years’ duration.
Aspirants must have passed/been appearing for a Bachelor’s Degree in Technology/ Engineering/ Pharmacy/ Architecture for a minimum of four or five-year duration.
The degree should be from a recognised University of Odisha or be as defined by AICTE/UGC.
The candidate should have obtained at least 50% marks and 45% in case of SC/ST category.

Interested and eligible candidates may keep in hand their scanned passport size coloured photographs, signature and left thumb impression as these would be uploaded while filling the application form.

To start filling the application form, candidates are required to visit the Official Website of OJEE.

Candidates should accurately go through the information brochure and instructions to fill up the online application. Click on the ‘Application Form’ link, provide all the details/particulars, pay the application fee and take note of the registration number after the submission of the application form.

Payment of the application fee can be made through Debit or Credit Cards (MASTER / VISA / Maestro cards / Net Banking) or e-Challan mode. All the candidates are required to follow the provided instructions and submit the fee through bank gateway.

Candidates may also note that whenever any differences are identified in the details provided, it may lead to rejection of the applicant’s candidature.

Admit cards for the OJEE Examination will be made available for download on the official website and no individual will receive it by post or through email.

The OJEE Examination is not a computerised exam and is conducted in two or three different shifts. The exam structure varies depending upon the course a candidate opts for. Also, the number of total questions depend on the course opted by the candidate. All should make sure to go through the syllabi & exam pattern of specific course before appearing for the final exam.
The OJEE examination follows a Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) format. There are four options out of which only one is correct which is to be marked in the OMR answer sheet.

The OJEE Results are expectedly declared by the Joint Entrance Examination Cell, State Government of Odisha, in the month of June and are made available on the official website. Candidates may download and print their rank cards and retain the same till their admission procedures complete.