CCMT 2018 – National Institute of Technology (NIT) Delhi has announced the result for CCMT 2018 National Spot Round. The selected candidates will have to report for document verification from July 23 to 27, 2018. The result of second internal sliding of CCMT 2018 was announced on June 30. The institute is conducting CCMT 2018 for M.Tech admissions into the participating institutes which include NITs and CFTIs. The application form of CCMT 2018 was available in online mode from April 3 onwards. Candidates could register and pay the application fee till May 10 (11.59 pm). Along with filling of the application form, the candidates could also select their choices of courses and colleges for admission through CCMT 2018. GATE scores will be checked for the admission process. The selection is done according to the candidates’ merit, selection of courses and institutes and availability of seat through CCMT 2018. The selected candidates have to go through document verification at the nearest reporting centres. Currently, there are 40 participating institutes in CCMT. Read the full article for more information about CCMT 2018.
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Quick Facts about CCMT 2018
Name of the Admission Process
Centralized Counselling for M.Tech/M.Arch/M.Plan Admissions
Commonly Known As
Number of Participating Institutes
40 Institutes including NITs and CFTIs
Type of Admission
Level of Admission
Channel of Admission
CCMT Admission Process 2018
The admission process broadly involves the following six stages:
Online registration, choice filling and locking of choices
Online seat allotment
Payment of seat acceptance fee
Reporting at RC after paying the seat acceptance fee
Payment of seat confirmation fee, institute’s balance fee and joining the allotted institute
Reporting at the allotted Institute and pay the Institute balance fee as per the allotted Institute fee
The candidates can check the CCMT 2018 important dates from the table given below to know when the various admission events will commence:
Important Dates of CCMT 2018
March 26, 2018
Availability of CCMT 2018 website
March 26, 2018
Start of Online Application
April 3, 2018
Final Date Registration and Payment of Application Fee
May 10, 2018 (11.59 pm)
Last Date for Choice Filling
May 14, 2018 (11.59 pm)
Locking of Filled Choices
May 8 to 14, 2018 (11.59 pm)
Seat Allotment – Round 1
May 19, 2018
Seat Allotment – Round 2
May 28, 2018
Seat Allotment – Round 3
June 10, 2018
Payment of Provisional Admission Confirmation Fee
June 15 to 22, 2018
Registration for National Spot Round (NSR)
July 4 to 16, 2018
Last Date for Choice Filling (NSR)
July 20, 2018
National Spot Round
July 22, 2018
The result of national spot round of CCMT 2018 seat allotment has been announced. The first, second and third allotment result were announced on May 19, 28 and June 10, 2018 respectively. Three rounds of seat allotment were conducted after which a National Spot Round was held. The candidates are allotted according to their merit, choices selected during registration and availability of seat. The list of selected candidates has been declared online. No individual allotment letter will be sent to the candidates. The provisional allotment letter will have to be downloaded by the candidates. After allotment, the candidates will have to pay Rs. 20,000 as seat acceptance fee through SBI MOPS.
The following eligibility standards have to be met by the candidates for admissions through CCMT 2018:
The candidates should have a valid GATE score of the year 2016/2017/2018.
In the qualifying degree, the candidates should have secured at least 6.5 CGPA (on a 10 point scale) or 60% for OC/OB candidates. SC/ST/PwD candidates should have scored 6.0 CGPA (on a 10 point scale) or 55% in case of SC/ST/PwD candidates. The CGPA/Percentage should have been awarded by a recognized University/Institute.
If the result of the qualifying examination is awaited, then provisional admission will be provided to the student if they meet the minimum requirements latest by September 2018. These candidates should have completed their examination by July 2018.
Conversion from CGPA to the percentage or vice versa given by individual institute/university will not be considered/allowed.
Every programme will have their own special eligibility criteria.
The CCMT 2018 registrations have ended. All candidates have to be registered successfully to participate in the CCMT 2018 admission process. Before filling the CCMT 2018 application form, the candidates were requested to read the eligibility criteria. Ineligible candidates will be rejected by the admission authorities. The given steps could be followed by the candidates to fill the application form of CCMT 2018:
Registration – First, the candidates had to register themselves by submitting their name and GATE related details such as year of exam, registration ID, exam paper, secured, marks scored out of 100.
Filling the Application Form – The candidates had to submit their personal information (parent’s name, date of birth, gender, nationality and more, academic qualification details and bank related information.
Uploading of GATE Score Card – Next, the candidates had to upload their score card. The format of the score card had to be GIF/PNG/JPG/JPEG/BMP and their file size had to be between 50KB to 200KB.
Submission of Application Form - Before submission, the candidates had to generate their password. After the password is confirmed, the candidates were directed to the review page. The candidates were able to correct any information while reviewing. After submission, the candidates had to pay the application fee. A unique registration number was generated for the candidates after submission.
Payment of Application Fee – After the application form was successfully submitted, the candidates had to pay the non-refundable application fee of Rs 2,200 for OC/BC and Rs 1700 for SC/ST/PwD. The payment could be done through SBI MOPS (i.e., Net Banking/Credit Card/Debit Card or e-challan at any branch of SBI).
Filling and Locking of Choices – The candidates had to fill their preferred choices of institutes and courses. Change, reorder and deletion were allowed during the choice filling period. After locking the changes, the candidates were not able to edit their choices. A print out of the registration and locked choices had to be taken for future use.
The selected candidates will have to report at their nearest reporting centre for verification of documents. The candidates will also have to specify their decision from the given options during the reporting period:
Floating – Waiting for higher preferred choices across the institutes in the further rounds of allotment.
Sliding – Considering for allotment in higher preferred choices within the institute during further rounds of allotment.
Freezing – Satisfied with his/her allotted seat and confirms admission.
A Document Verification Certificate (DVC) will be issued for those candidates whose documents are successfully verified. The following documents along with a set of self-attested copies have to submitted by the candidates:
Print out of the registration form and choice filling
Provisional seat allotment letter
Photo ID proof
Proof of payment of seat acceptance fee
GATE Score Card (self-attested copy)
Birth certificate or 10th standard certificate as proof of age
12th standard mark sheet
Mark sheet of qualifying exam for all semesters
Degree/Provisional certificate (if degree is completed)
Category certificate (if applicable)
Migration certificate of last institute attended
Three colour passport size photographs
Transfer certificate from the head of institution last attended
Conduct certificate from the head of institution last attended
Course completion certificate from the head of institution last attended
After the documents are verified, the candidates will have to report to their allotted institutes and pay the remaining tuition fee to confirm their admission. If the candidates are unable to report at their institute, then the allotted seat will be cancelled.
Institute Code and Name
National Institute of Technology Delhi Co-ordinating institute for CCMT 2018
National Institute of Technology, Delhi
A-7, Institutional Area,
Near Satyawadi Raja Harish Chandra Hospital
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