CSAB 2022 special round 2 seat allotment result out at csab.nic.in

CSAB 2022 special round 2 seat allotment declared, participants need to report to their allotted institutes for further admission process.

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CSAB 2022 round 2 seat allotmentCSAB 2022 round 2 seat allotment

Akash Kumar Singh | November 3, 2022 | 06:48 PM IST

NEW DELHI: The Central Seat Allocation Board has announced the CSAB 2022 special round 2 seat allotment result on the official website at csab.nic.in. Candidates can check the CSAB special round seat allotment 2022 by entering their JEE Main application number and password.
To check the CSAB 2022 special round 2 seat allotment result, Click here.

All participants who have received a notice of their seat allotment need to confirm their seats by paying the necessary admission fees. Participants are required to complete the online reporting process, confirm their assigned seats, and attach the necessary documentation. Following online reporting, participants have to physically report to and be verified by their designated institutes within the time frame specified by the authorities.

Steps to check CSAB 2022 seat allotment for the special round

Participants can follow the below step to check the CSAB special round 2 seat allotment 2023 result:

  • Go to the official website at csab.nic.in.

  • Click on the link to the CSAB special round 2022.

  • A login screen will appear.

  • To log in, participants have to provide their JEE (Main) application number and password.

  • The CSAB 2022 round 2 seat allotment result will be displayed on the screen.

  • Print and save the allotment result for future reference.

CSAB 2022 seat acceptance process

Participants who desire to accept the assigned seat must take the following steps:

  • Freeze: If the participant is satisfied with the seat allocation and does not wish to participate in further rounds, the option 'Freeze' should be selected.

  • Slide: If the participant is looking for a better course allotment inside the same institute, the option 'Slide' should be selected.

  • Float: If the participant is looking for a better institute allotment, the option 'Float' should be selected.

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