JoSAA 2018 Round 4 Seat Allotment Result Announced

JoSAA 2018 Round 4 Seat Allotment Result Announced
Prabha Dhavala | Jul 12, 2018 - 6:47 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, July 12: The result for round 4 of seat allotment for JoSAA has been declared on July 12. With this announcement, candidates can check their seat allotment by logging in using their JEE Main roll number and password.

JoSAA seat allotment result for round 4 has been released institute wise along with opening and closing ranks

Steps to check seat allotment result

  • Visit the official website of JoSAA

  • Click on “Round 4: View allotment result and pay seat acceptance fee”

  • Login using details like JEE Main roll number and password

  • The result of seat allotment will be visible on the screen

  • Check the result and download it

What after seat allotment?

Candidates need to pay the seat acceptance fee mandatorily and report to the institute where they have been allotted seat for document verification purpose. It is important for candidates to note that verification centres are different for IITs and NIT+ institutes. Therefore, candidates allotted seats at IITs must report at verification centres for IITs only, and those allotted at NIT+ institutes must report to them only. Reporting at wrong centre may lead to disqualification. Candidates will also get options to upgrade their seats on the basis of their choices filled, availability of seats and merit.

Upgradation of seats

After being allotted a seat, candidates will have three options of which they need to practise at least one - freeze, slide or float. In case, the candidate is satisfied with the seat allotted then he or she may freeze it. However, if candidate wants to have a seat upgradation within the same institute then he or she may use the slide option. While using the float option, candidate keeps his or her options open for upgradation at any of the institutes participation.

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