JoSAA 2022 seat allotment round 2 out; Login at josaa.nic.in

JoSAA 2022 seat allotment round 2 has been announced in online mode. Candidates can check steps to download allotment letter here.

JoSAA 2022 seat allotment round 2 out; Login at josaa.nic.in JoSAA Round 2 Seat Allotment
Isha Jain | Sep 28, 2022 - 5:13 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: The Joint Seat Allocation Authority has released the JoSAA 2022 seat allotment result round 2. To check JoSAA seat allotment 2022 round 2, candidates have to login at josaa.nic.in. Registered candidates have to use their JEE Main 2022 application number and Main/Advanced password. Direct link to check the JoSAA 2022 round 2 seat allotment is given below.
To check the JoSAA 2022 Round 2 Seat Allotment Result, Click here

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Steps to check JoSAA 2022 seat allotment round 2

  • Visit josaa.nic.in.

  • Click on the “View Seat Allotment Result” link.

  • Enter JEE Main 2022 roll number and password.

  • Enter the security pin.

  • Click on the “Login” button.

  • JoSAA seat allotment 2022 will be displayed on the screen.

  • Check the allotment and download the letter.

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Online reporting for fee payment / document upload / response by candidate to query is open till October 1 (5 PM). Candidates who are offered a seat are required to select one of the options i.e., ‘Freeze’, ‘Float’ or ‘Slide’ for the choice of academic program for subsequent round(s), if any, of joint seat allocation.

Freeze: Choosing the option “Freeze” means that the candidate accepts the offered seat and does not want to participate in the further rounds.

Float: Choosing the option “Float” means that the candidate accepts the offered seat, however is open for higher preference in any institute in further rounds.

Slide: Choosing the option “Slide” means that the candidate accepts the offered seat, however, will accept a seat if admission to an academic program of higher preference is offered within the same Institute in subsequent rounds of seat allocation.


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