7430 seats vacant at NITs, 30 in Kozhikode

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A total of 7,430 seats remained vacant at the National Institute of Technologies (NITs) after the sixth round of allocation for engineering courses. The Central Seat Allocation Board (CSAB) would fill these seats in the next two rounds. 

There are 30 vacant seats across 10 branches in the open gender-neutral category at the NIT, Kozhikode. 

Anyone on the JEE main rank list, including those who have secured admission after paying the partial fee, can participate in the CSAB. However, IIT candidates are not part of this seat allocation process.

A processing fee of Rs 2,000 must be remitted before 11.59 pm on Thursday, and new registration and new choice filling must be carried out. The allotment list will be published on the CSAB website (https://csab.nic.in) by 5 pm on November 20. 

Any prior admissions would be automatically cancelled for those who secure admission via the CSAB.

Candidates, who were not allotted seats in the first round, would be considered in the second round. Students should inform if they do not require this.

Open gender-neutral vacancies and engineering branches:

• Kozhikode (home state): Biotechnology 2, chemical 4, civil 3, computer science 2, electrical & electronics 3, engineering physics 1, material science 2, mechanical 5, electronics & communication 2, production 2.

• Tiruchirappalli (other state): Computer science 1, electrical & electronics 1, mechanical 3, electronics & communication 1, production 2, instrumentation & control 1, metallurgical & materials 3

• Surathkal (other state): Civil 1, computer science 1, mechanical 3, metallurgical & materials 1, IT 2.

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