REAP 2022 round 2 seat allotment out; How to check

CEG, Rajasthan has released the REAP 2022 seat allotment round 2 results on the official website Candidates can check how to download the REAP round 2 set allotment 2022 result here.

REAP 2022 round 2 seat allotment out; How to check REAP Round 2 seat allotment 2022
kirti saxena | Oct 3, 2022 - 10:15 a.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: The Centre for Electronic Governance (CEG), Rajasthan has announced the REAP 2022 seat allotment round 2 results today on the official website The applicants who have applied for the counselling can check their seat allotment for REAP 2022 using their login credentials.

However, the REAP seat allotment result is declared on the basis of choices filled by the candidates. The qualified candidates must report to the allotted institute or college for document verification and pay the requisite admission fee. Candidates can check how to download the REAP seat allotment result below.

How to check the REAP Round 2 Seat Allotment result

Follow the below steps to download the seat allotment result:

  • Visit the official website -
  • Click on the “Seat Allotment (Out of Rajasthan, Ex. Serviceman, PWD, KM candidates)”

  • Enter details like form number and password.

  • Click on the Sign in button.

  • Download the REAP seat allotment letter for the admission process.

Documents Required For Verification

Candidates have to carry the following documents along with the admission fees to the allotted college.

  • Printout of provisional seat allotment

  • Application cum Registration form

  • Colored passport-size photographs.

  • Aadhar Card/ Aadhar Acknowledgement Receipt.

  • JEE Mains-2022 Scorecard

  • Class X (High School) Board Marksheet/ Certificate as proof of date of birth.

  • Mark sheet of class 12th Science (for Subjects) or Diploma.

  • Certificate of category (SC / ST/ OBC /MBC/ EWS), if applicable, issued by the competent authority.

  • Undertaking by OBC/MBC in the required format (for the non-creamy layer), (if applicable).

  • Certificate for Persons with Disabilities (PWD), (if applicable).

  • Certificate for Ex-Servicemen, (if applicable).

  • Domicile certificate.

  • Income Certificate.

  • Medical Fitness Certificate.

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