JoSSA rounds end; candidates can now register for CSAB allotment

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The details about the vacant seats after six rounds of JoSAA (Joint Seat Allocation Authority) counselling would be uploaded in the website on 27 November. Those who are interested in the ‘NIT plus’ category could now take part in the two rounds of CSAB (Central Seat Allocation Board) allotment. Website – However, IIT students won’t be included in these rounds.

The candidates could submit new registration and choice filling by paying a fee of Rs 2000 from 28 to 30 November. Meanwhile, those who have secured admission through JoSAA by partially paying the fee and those who are included in the JEE main rank list could take part in CSAB. The candidates who have attended the JoSAA rounds too should re-register for this. The choice filling that was done for JoSAA rounds will not be considered for CSAB.

The allotment would be published on the website on 2 December. The seats of the candidates who have secured admission through the JoSAA rounds would be automatically cancelled if they are admitted via CSAB allotment. Meanwhile, those who do not get admission in the first round of CSAB allotment would be considered in the second round. The candidate should inform in case he/she does not wish to pursue.

The registration fee for taking part in the CSAB rounds:
» Rs 2000 for those who have secured admission through ‘NIT plus’ and have already paid Rs 40,000/20,000, whose seats have been cancelled despite paying the acceptance fee of Rs 35,000/15,000 and for the candidates whose seats got cancelled for not paying the entry fee partially.
» Rs 37,000 (Rs 17,000 for Scheduled communities and persons with disabilities) for the candidates who haven’t registered for the JoSAA rounds, those who didn’t get seats after registering, those who didn’t pay the acceptance fee, candidates who chose the exit option and also for those who got IIT allotment earlier.

The fee amounts that need to be paid by the candidates who landed in the wrong categories during the document verification in JoSAA ‘NIT plus’ round are different. The fee structure of such candidates is given in section 3.2.2 of the brochure.

When the allotment is published at 5 pm on 2 December, the candidates should do one of the following before 12 pm on 4 December.
» Accept the seat and click freeze/slide/float.
» Give up the seat and take part in the second round.
» Give up the seat and not take part in the second round.
» Didn’t get seat; not taking part in second round.

The candidates should report online after accepting the seat, paid the fee and uploading the documents, before 12 pm on 4 December.

The second-round allotment would be published on the website on 7 December. The candidates should report at the respective institutes, in person, by following the guidelines, pay the fee and secure the admission before 5 pm on 13 December. Those who got seats in the sixth round of the JoSAA allotment too should report in person at the respective institutes to secure admission.  

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