Through this counselling and seat allocation process, a candidate can get admission in any of the 23 IITs, 31 NITs, 25 IIITs and 28 other GFTIs.
Candidates who have cleared the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) Main 2020 can apply for the Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) 2020 counselling October 6 onwards. The JoSAA counselling will include stages such as registration, choice filling, locking of choices, seat allotment and payment procedure. Through this counselling and seat allocation process, a candidate can get admission in any of the 23 IITs, 31 NITs, 25 IIITs and 28 other GFTIs.
JoSSA will conduct two rounds of mock seat allotment which will be followed by the seven rounds of JEE Main counselling.
Registration: At first, applicants will have to register themselves on the official website of JoSAA 2020. Students have to use their JEE Main application number and password to log in to the JoSAA portal. After a successful login, the candidates’ details will automatically be fetched from the JEE Main database. Students are advised to verify all the details before completing the registration process.
Choice filling: After completing the registration procedure, candidates will have to fill up their choice of institute and courses. Candidates are advised to select as many choices as possible because this will increase the chances of getting admission. Note that JoSAA 2020 choice filling has to be done within the specified dates.
Mock seat allotment and locking of choices: The authorities will conduct two mock seat allocations to help candidates to know their exact chances of admission into their choice of institutes. The mock seat allotment procedure will guide the candidates to make out which seats can be allotted to them on the basis of their preference list. Candidates will also have an option to change their preferences after the mock allotment.
Seat allotment: A total of seven rounds of seat allotment will be held by JoSSA. The seat allotment process will be done totally based on the merit, category, selected preferences and availability of seats.
Payment of seat acceptance fee: Candidates will be able to download the provisional seat allotment letter and an e-challan from the website to pay the seat acceptance fee in online mode. The seat acceptance fee will differ depending on the category of the candidate. After accepting the seat, candidates will have to inform the allotted institute to verify all the documents.
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