GATE has been organized since 1984 by IISc and IITs. GATE results are announced before the start of college admission session. Engineering colleges across India make use of the GATE scores to offer admission to postgraduation programmes. Herein comes the role of CCMT.
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CCMT 2017 is Centralized Counselling for M.Tech/M.Arch./M.Plan. National Institutes of Technology (NITs) and Centrally Funded Technical Institutions (CFTI) are part of the CCMT) 2017. Candidates who have a valid GATE score of either 2015, or 2016, or 2017, can apply to CCMT 2017 to seek admission. In essence, the CCMT seeks to make admission and counselling process concise and simpler for admission seekers.
CCMT 2017 is being organized by SVNIT Surat, Gujarat. Last year the organizing body was NITK Surathkal.
New features of CCMT 2017
In case you are already familiar with the CCMT counselling process, then only this new set of features can be read to know what is different this time.
- Participating Institutes which are 40 in number are acting as Reporting Centres.
- If you are allotted a seat and reported to Reporting Centre during first/second/third round allotment and also paid the Seat Confirmation Fee, then you have to report physically to the allotted institute to pay the institute balance fee and to complete other formalities for final admission.
- All fresh National Spot Round (NSR) registered Candidates are required to visit to any RC for documents’ verification for consideration of their candidature for NSR seat allotment.
CCMT 2017 Information Brochure, Admission Process, FAQs, Schedule (PDF) files are now available.
Reporting centers for CCMT 2017 has been displayed. Click here. [5/4/2017]
CCMT 2017 Information Brochure has been released. Click here. [3/4/17]
Admission Process has also been released just now. Click here. [3/4/17]
FAQs have been answered by organizing body. Click here. [3/4/17]
Schedule of CCMT 2017 also released. Click here. [3/4/17]
Important events of CCMT 2017 and Dates
The first thing candidates interested in CCMT 2017 need to do is register. Registration can be done at ccmt.nic.in. Herein you register by submitting essential details and paying registration fees. Fee can be paid using SBI MOPS. Only after registration you can fill choices and lock them.
Choice filling and locking is the process of mentioning your preference order of colleges and specializations in the CCMT Login. Be careful while doing this. Seat allotment will be purely based on your merit (GATE All India Rank) and choices filled.
21/5/2017 (Round 1), 29/5/2017 (Round 2), 11/6/2017 (Round 3)
Then there will be seat allotment based on merit and preferences. There are 3 rounds of seat allotment.
After each round candidate gets to know which seat he/she has got. If a seat is allotted then you must pay seat acceptance fee and personally report to one of the Reporting Centers. Then he/she can do one of the three things
- Choose to go for Floating, or
- Choose to do Sliding, or
- Opt for Freezing.
Floating / Sliding / Freezing
View the image below to know what is floating / sliding / freezing wrt CCMT 2017.
First of all, you need a valid GATE score of year 2015/2016/2017.
Coming to educational qualification, the criteria is that in qualifying degree you should have passed and secured at least 6.5 CGPA (on a 10-point scale) or 60% for OC/OB; whereas 6.0 CGPA (on a 10-point scale) or 55% in case of SC/ST/PwD candidates. In case,
If your qualifying degree is awaited then colleges will give provisional admission subject to meeting above minimum qualifying degree requirements latest by September 15, 2017 and exams should have been completed by July 15, 2017. If you get a seat in CCMT 2017 under such circumstances then submit a documentary proof to that effect and Mark sheet/Grade card till pre-final semester at the Reporting Centre during document verification.
Keep note of special eligibility criteria.
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|S.No.||CCMT 2017 Participating Institute Name||CCMT 2017 Participating Institute State|
|1||Dr. B R Ambedkar National Institute of Technology, Jalandhar||Punjab|
|2||Malaviya National Institute of Technology, Jaipur||Rajasthan|
|3||Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology, Bhopal||Madhya Pradesh|
|4||Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad||Uttar Pradesh|
|5||National Institute of Technology, Agartala||Tripura|
|6||National Institute of Technology, Calicut||Kerala|
|7||National Institute of Technology, Delhi||New Delhi|
|8||National Institute of Technology, Durgapur||West Bengal|
|9||National Institute of Technology, Goa||Goa|
|10||National Institute of Technology, Hamirpur||Himachal Pradesh|
|11||National Institute of Technology, Karnataka, Surathkal||Karnataka|
|12||National Institute of Technology, Meghalaya||Meghalaya|
|13||National Institute of Technology, Nagaland||Nagaland|
|14||National Institute of Technology, Patna||Bihar|
|15||National Institute of Technology, Puducherry||Puducherry|
|16||National Institute of Technology, Raipur||Chhattisgarh|
|17||National Institute of Technology, Sikkim||Sikkim|
|18||National Institute of Technology, Arunachal Pradesh||Arunachal Pradesh|
|19||National Institute of Technology, Jamshedpur||Jharkhand|
|20||National Institute of Technology, Kurukshetra||Haryana|
|21||National Institute of Technology, Manipur||Manipur|
|22||National Institute of Technology, Rourkela||Orissa|
|23||National Institute of Technology, Silchar||Assam|
|24||National Institute of Technology, Srinagar||Jammu and Kashmir|
|25||National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli||Tamil Nadu|
|26||National Institute of Technology, Warangal||Telangana|
|27||Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology, Surat||Gujarat|
|28||Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology, Nagpur||Maharashtra|
|29||National Institute of Technology, Uttarakhand||Uttarakhand|
|30||National Institute of Technology, Mizoram||Mizoram,|
|31||Atal Bihari Vajpayee Indian Institute of Information Technology & Management, Gwalior||Madhya Pradesh|
|32||Indian Institute of Information Technology, Allahabad||Uttar Pradesh|
|33||Indian Institute of Information Technology, Design & Manufacturing, Kancheepuram, Chennai||Tamil Nadu|
|34||Pt. Dwarka Prasad Mishra Indian Institute of Information Technology, Design & Manufacture, Jabalpur||Madhya Pradesh|
|35||National Institute of Foundry & Forge Technology, Hatia, Ranchi||Jharkhand|
|36||Sant Longowal Institute of Engineering and Technology, Longowal||Punjab|
|37||School of Planning & Architecture, Vijayawada||Andhra Pradesh|
|38||Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology, Shibpur, District Howrah||West Bengal|
|39||Central University of Rajasthan, Kishangarh||Rajasthan|
|40||PEC University of Technology, Chandigarh||Chandigarh|
Quick Fact – Stipend
Many students are curious to know about GATE stipend. The CCMT 2017 FAQs mention about this.
As per MHRD guidelines the admitted candidates through CCMT 2017 will be getting a stipend of Rs. 12,400/- month (which is changeable time to time as per MHRD directions) in condition they have to maintain their CGPA 6 and above (for SC & ST) and 6.5 and above for rest of the categories.
Types of fees collected during and after CCMT 2017
Non-refundable collateral fee collected for participating in CCMT allotment process.
The registration fee is ₹ 2200/- for OC/OB and ₹ 1700/- for SC/ST/PwD, payable only through SBI MOPS (i.e., Net banking/Credit Card / Debit Card or e-Challan at any branch of SBI).
Seat Acceptance Fee
Fee collected when the candidate accepts the seat allotted to him/her. This is a part of Institute fee, which will be later adjusted against the finally allotted Institute’s admission fee.
Before coming to Reporting Center, the candidates have to pay the Seat Acceptance Fee (₹ 20,000/- for all Categories) through SBI MOPS (i.e., Net banking/Credit Card / Debit Card or e-Challan at any branch of SBI). Proof of payment of Seat Acceptance Fee is to be produced at the time of reporting.
Seat Confirmation Fee
Fee collected when the candidate confirms her/his acceptance of the finally allotted seat. This is a part of Institute fee, which will be later adjusted against the finally allotted Institute’s admission fee.
Candidate who has paid the seat acceptance fee during any of the first three rounds of allotment and opts for Freezing/Sliding willingness can confirm the provisional allotment of seat by paying the Seat Confirmation Fee (₹10, 000/- for all Categories) through SBI MOPS (i.e., Net banking/Credit Card / Debit Card or e-Challan at any branch of SBI) during the prescribed period and can download the Provisional Seat Confirmation letter.
NSR Participation Fee
Fee collected during the NSR round to be adjusted against the Institute fee upon allotment of a seat.
Vacant seats for NSR will be displayed on the CCMT website as per the CCMT schedule. Candidates willing to participate in NSR should register by paying NSR Fee of ₹ 42,200/- for OC/OB (₹ 40,000/- NSR Participation fee + ₹ 2200/- Registration fee) or ₹ 11,700/- for SC/ST/PwD (₹ 10,000/- NSR Participation fee + ₹ 1700/- Registration fee) through SBI MOPS (i.e., Net banking/Credit Card / Debit Card or e-Challan at any branch of SBI) and enter the choices from the vacant seats. The Registration fee is non-refundable and would not be adjusted towards any other fee.
NSR Participation fee + NSR Registration fee.