Rules to Remember about JEE Main Seat Allocation 2019

13 Oct, 2018
JEE Main Seat Allocation 2019

JoSAA will be responsible to conduct the JEE Main 2019 seat allotment process for all qualified and eligible candidates. To take part in the JEE Main 2019 consultation and seat allocation, applicants must register online with JoSAA. JEE Main 2019 Advice and Seat Allocation process is expected to begin in online mode from the second week of June. The advice and seat allocation of JEE Main 2019 will be based on the merits of the candidate, the preference for the selection and availability of seats. During the JEE Main 2019 seat allocation, JoSAA will first distribute the seats in two bogus rounds. These pseudo-rounds will help candidates to know the seats, they could be assigned on the basis of their choice to fill the JEE Main. As soon as the rounds of the allotment are completed, seven main rounds of seat allocation will be held for the candidates.

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The seats are distributed online via JoSAA and CSAB. Registration for JoSAA starts in March (Jan session) or June (Apr session). Round 1 JoSAA Counseling will begin in March 2019. There would be 7 laps seating allocation by JoSAA. The registration for CSAB begins after the JoSAA seat allocation.

JEE Main Seat Allocation: Schedule of Events

    Demonstration of Mock Seat Allotment-1

    April 2019

    Demonstration of Mock Seat Allotment -2

    April 2019

    Applicant registration and Preference filling for academic courses under JoSAA ENDS

    April 2019

    Reconciliation of information, Seat Distribution, confirmation and validation

    April 2019

    Seat Distribution Begins

    April 2019

    Document Confirmation and Receipt of Seat by reporting at specified Centers

    April 2019

    JEE Main Seat Matrix

    Category

    GEN

    GEN-PwD

    SC

    SC-PWD

    ST

    ST-PWD

    OBC

    OBC-PWD

    Total Seats

    Intake Capacity

    GFTIs

    2742

    136

    624

    34

    371

    20

    741

    35

    4703

    4683

    IIITs

    1918

    97

    581

    28

    294

    16

    1032

    57

    4023

    4023

    NITs

    8802

    462

    2620

    142

    1640

    96

    4615

    243

    18620

    17967

    IITs

    5851

    276

    1728

    93

    856

    49

    3068

    158

    12079

    11279

    Total Seats

    19313

    971

    5553

    297

    3161

    181

    9456

    493

    39425

    37952

    Key points related to JEE Main Seat Allocation 2019

    1. JoSAA is accountable for the management and regulation of the common seating allocation for the approval of 100 institutes (23 IITs, 31 NITs, 23 IIITs and 23 GFTIs).
    2. The CSAB conducts a special advisory round for candidates seeking admission to vacant places in various NITs.
    3. CSAB SFTI is a separate consultancy, which is conducted for admission to 17 SFTIs (Self-funded Technical Institutions).
    4. CSAB NEUT is conducted for seats reserved in AICTE-accredited institutions in India that are not covered by CSAB for the North Eastern States & Union Territories (NEUT).
    5. All NITs, with the exception of NIT Warangal, the Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, and the Indian Institute of Engineering and Technology, Shibpur, offer seats within the Home State and Treasury quota.
    6. For Assam University, Silchar, candidates are offered seats under the Home State and All India Quota.
    7. JoSAA 2019 awards seats in accordance with the participating institutes. It is the sole responsibility of each participant Institute for the provision of the seating matrix – data taking into account the reservation and other policies / rules that apply to you. JoSAA 2019 will not hold any responsibility for the seat matrix data.
    8. NIT grants Warangal seats under the Home State’s quota, the other State’s quota and the Andhra Pradesh quota.
    9. JEE Main 2019 seat allocation is based solely on the merits and decisions made by the candidates in JoSAA and CSAB.
    10. Once the assigned seat is rejected, he / she will no longer be able to participate in the further rounds of counseling. After the JoSAA Seat allocation, a CSAB consultation will take place.
    11. If there are still vacancies available after the usual rounds of advice, JoSAA will carry out Spot Counseling for the allocation of such seats.
    12. The total number of surplus seats allocated in each IIT, including those awarded to foreign day candidates is limited to 10% of the total number of seats of the respective IIT.
    13. Candidates do not have to apply separately for the JEE Main Spot Advisory Round.
    14. Candidates who have not applied for the usual rounds of grants may appear for Spot Counseling.

    This is all about the seat allotment process and rules for JEE Main 2019. Stay tuned to receive latest updates about the exam.

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