JoSAA Round 2 Seat Allotment Announced

JoSAA Round 2 Seat Allotment Announced
Prabha Dhavala | Jul 5, 2018 - 4:58 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, July 3: Joint Seat Allocation Authority has declared the result of JoSAA 2018 Seat Allotment for Round II in online mode on July 3. The seat allotment result is available institute-wise as well as for individual candidates. While no log-in is required to check institute-wise allotment, candidates need to log-in to candidate accounts to check their allotment status. In addition, the admission conducting authority has also released the opening and closing rank of participating institutes.

Candidates who have been allotted seats need to report at Help Centres for document verification between July 4-5. At the time of reporting, the candidate needs to bring along the seat allotment letter. If a candidate doesn’t report within this period, his or her allotment may be cancelled. Additionally, such candidates who want to withdraw their seats can do so at the Help Centres in the same period.

The third round of seat allotment will be announced on July 6. There will be total seven rounds of seat allotment. Seat allotment result for Round I was announced on June 27.

How to check seat allotment status

  • Go to JoSAA website

  • Click on “View Seat Allotment Result and Pay Seat Acceptance Fee” tab

  • The candidate will be directed to a log-in window

  • Log-in using JEE Main roll number and password

  • The provisional seat allotment letter will be displayed

The candidate needs to download and take a printout of the provisional seat allotment letter.

If the candidate wants to accept the allotted seat, then the candidate will have to pay the seat acceptance fee using the same log-in. The seat acceptance fee for general category is Rs. 35000, and Rs. 15,000 for reserved categories.

Reporting for document verification

Candidates must take care when reporting for document verification, as verification centres are different for NIT+ institutes and IITs. So, candidates allotted at IITs must report at verification centres for IITs only, and not those allotted for NIT+ institutes, and vice versa. Reporting at the wrong centre may lead to disqualification.

Upgradation of seats – freeze, slide, float

If the candidate is satisfied with offered seat, the candidate may freeze it after which no changes is allowed. However, if the candidate wishes for a seat of higher priority within the same institute, then he/she may opt for slide option. Using the float option, the candidate keep his/her option open at any of the participating institutes.

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