JoSAA 2020 Seat Allotment Result – Candidates can check the schedule for JoSAA 2020 Seat Allotment at josaa.nic.in. After filling the choice and locking them, candidates can accept the allotted seat. They can also choose the options from freeze, slide, float and withdrawal when they go for the reporting at the centres. Candidates get seats on the basis of their selection done at the time of filling the choice during JoSAA Registration and as per the availability of seats in their selected courses. To know more about JoSAA 2020 Seat Allotment Result, candidates can go through this article.
JoSAA 2020 Seat Allotment Result
It is to be noted that you can withdraw your application till the 6th round only. There is no provision for withdrawal after the last round. To check the important dates for JoSAA 2020 Seat Allotment, candidates can have a look at the table given below:
|End of registration and online filling of choice||Last week of Jun 2020|
|Seat Allotment Round 1||Last week of Jun 2020|
|Seat Allotment Round 2||1st week of Jul 2020|
|Seat Allotment Round 3||1st week of Jul 2020|
|Seat Allotment Round 4||2nd week of Jul 2020|
|Seat Allotment Round 5||2nd week of Jul 2020|
|Seat Allotment Round 6||3rd 3rdt week of Jul 2020week of Jul 2020|
|Seat Allotment Round 7||3rd week of Jul 2020|
Seat Allotment: Candidates can check the Seat Allotment Schedule as per the dates mentioned above at josaa.nic.in.
Stages for JoSAA 2020 Seat Allotment
There are various stages in which candidates are required to appear in order to begin with their session. Check the allotment stages given below:
Mock Allotment 1
The first round of counselling begins after the mock allotment only. JoSAA publishes the list of the mock seat allocation where in, candidates get the idea of how the process of the seat allocation takes place. As per the seat matrix, candidates can shuffle the choices after the next mock seat allotment takes place.
Mock Allotment 2
After the displayal of first of mock allotment list 2, candidates can check the opening and closing ranks of the participating institutes and see where they are lying. This list is based on the choices filled in by the candidates at the end of Mock Allotment 1.
Actual Rounds of Seat Allocation
After the mock allotment, the process of registration and online filling of choice gets closed. After this, the candidates are required to appear for the different rounds at the reporting center for the verification of documents. Candidates will get almost 2-5 days to accept the seat offered.
Before every round, there will be displayal of seats filled / availability status, so that candidates can get the idea where they lie and is there a chance to take admission in an academic programme of that institute.
What after the seats are allotted?
After the allocation of the seats are done as per the ranks of the candidates, there are few options made available to the candidates. Let’s check one – by – one what do these terms mean. These options can be selected at the time of accepting the seat:
- To Freeze the seats- According to this option, candidates accept the offered seats and are satisfied with it. So, after this option, candidates do not seat for further rounds of allotment.
- Float- As per this option, for the time being, candidates accepts the allotted seat and if there is an offer of admission to better / higher preference in any institute, then the candidates can accept that offer. If not, they will continue with the accepted academic program and then, can sit for the other rounds.
- Slide- In this option, candidates can accept the offer of the academic programme from the same institute if its better / higher.
- Withdrawal of seats- Candidates who have already accepted the seat, can withdraw their seat up till the 6th round.
What are the Opening and Closing Ranks of the Institute?
Every institute before the seat allotment process begins, publishes opening rank and closing rank. Even the branches of the participating institutes releases the opening and closing ranks. Also, with the ranks, the number of seats available are also published.
The opening and closing ranks are also indicated as per the different categories such as General, General PwD, SC, ST, EWS, OBC, OBC – NCL, PwD etc.
Candidates can check the rank which they got after clearing the examination like JEE Main and JEE Advanced. After checking the ranks, candidates can get an idea whether they can get this admission into that particular institute in their preferred academic programme or not.
Documents required at Document Verification Round
To accept the seat offer, candidates need to bring the documents mentioned below. Bring the photocopies as well as original documents. The original documents will be returned after the verification and attested photocopies will be retained.
The documents have to be arranged as per the list given below. Make sure, when you appear at the Reporting Centre, your documents are arranged in the given manner:
For IITs, NITs, IIITs and Other GFTIs
- 3 Passport size photographs submitted at the time of filling JEE Main / Advanced Registration.
- 12th Class performance check
- Provisional seat allotment letter
- Undertaking by the candidate
- Proof of seat acceptance fee payment by Net Banking of SBI, Debit Card issued only by SBI, E- challan by SBI.
- Admit Card of JEE Main / JEE Advanced 2020
- Score Card of JEE Main / JEE Advanced 2020
- Date of Birth Proof (Class 10th marksheet)
- Class 12th marksheet
- Passed Certificate (if available)
- Medical Certificate
- Category Certificate (if applicable)
- PwD Certificate (if applicable), the certificate will be rejected if the disability is less than 40%.
- OCI Certificate or PIO Certificate (if applicable)
- Passport of parents and candidates (For Foreign Nationals)
- Registration-cum-locked-choices for seat allotment