JoSAA 2018 registrations to end tomorrow

JoSAA 2018 registrations to end tomorrow
Prabha Dhavala | Jun 24, 2018 - 9:12 a.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, JUNE 24: Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) will be closing down the registration and choice filling process of JoSAA 2018 tomorrow i.e., June 25.  JEE Main or JEE Advanced qualified candidates will have to register to participate in the centralized counselling session of JoSAA. Unregistered candidates will not be allowed to take part in the counselling and seat allotment process.

All aspirants who wish to get allotted into IITs, NITs, IIITs and CFTIs are requested to complete the registration. The listed steps can be followed to fill the application form and complete the choice filling process. However, the candidates are advised to read the official eligibility criteria before applying for counselling.

How is JoSAA registration done?

  • Registration – Firstly, the candidates will have to submit their JEE Main roll number and password for registration. JEE Advanced qualified candidates will have to use their respective password. Details will be retrieved from JEE Main data. Contact details can be modified.
  • Filling of Choices – The list of colleges and courses will be displayed on the screen according to the eligibility of the candidate. Selection of choices should be done according to preference.
  • Locking of Choices – After selection of their choices, the candidates will be required to lock it. Print out of the choices has to be taken out by the candidates.

What after registration?

After registration, allotment of the registered candidates will be done according to their merit, preference of college and course and availability of seats. Seven rounds of seat allotment will be conducted by the JoSAA authorities. The provisional allotment letter has to be downloaded after the seat allotment is announced. Payment of seat acceptance fee has to be done after which verification of documents will be done at the nearest reporting centre.


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