CCMT Counselling 2020
Satyendra Singh, 26 Sep 2019, #GATE

CCMT Counselling 2020 - NIT Delhi will organise the Centralised Counselling for admission in M.Tech/ M.Arch/ M.Plan/ M.Des courses in NITs and other participating institutes. Registration for CCMT Counselling 2020 will begin from April in online mode. Students having valid GATE score from 2020, 2019 or 2018 are eligible to participate in CCMT 2020 counselling. CCMT is the centralised counselling process conducted by a coordinating NIT among the 23 NITs. CCMT Counselling 2020 will be conducted for admission in all NITs, IIEST Shibpur, 8 participating IIITs, NIFFT Ranchi, SPA Vijayawada, University of Hyderabad, Central University of Rajasthan, SLIET Longowal, PEC Chandigarh and Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University, Katra. CCMT 2020 counselling is a centralized system to provide a common and convenient platform for online counseling wherein candidates have to fill a single online application form to apply for all programmes in all the participating institutions to which they are eligible. Candidates are not required to apply to individual Institutes or go to every Institute for appearing in interview/counselling. Admission will be on the basis of score in GATE in the order of merit. More information regarding counselling of CCMT 2020 and its detailed admission process is given below.

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CCMT Counselling 2020 Dates

Events

Dates (Tentative)

Release of CCMT 2020 Advertisement

March last week, 2020

CCMT 2020 Registration

April first to last week, 2020

Online choice filling and locking

April first to last week, 2020

Automatic locking of saved choices

April last week, 2020

First round seat allotment result

May first week, 2020

Payment of Seat Acceptance fee of Rs. 30000 followed by reporting at any RC

May second week, 2020

Second round seat allotment result

May third week, 2020

Payment of Seat Acceptance fee of Rs. 30000 followed by reporting at any RC

May last week, 2020

Online Seat withdrawal and Online Willingness change for Second Round

June first week, 2020

Third round seat allotment result

June first week, 2020

Payment of seat acceptance fees of Rs. 30000 followed by reporting at any RC

June second week, 2020

Online Seat withdrawal and Online Willingness change for Third Round

June first week, 2020

Publication of National Upgradation Seat allotment

June second week, 2020

Online Seat withdrawal and Online Willingness change for National Upgradation

June second week, 2020

Download Provisional Admission Letter (PAL)

June second week, 2020

Reporting at Allotted Institute and depositing Balance Institute Fee

June last week, 2020

Publication of Internal Sliding

June last week, 2020

Publication of Vacant seats for NSR

June last week, 2020

Online National Spot Round (NSR) Registration and Fee payment

July first week, 2020

Online choice filling and locking for NSR

July first week, 2020

Automatic locking of saved choices for NSR

July second week, 2020

Document verification of NSR registered candidates

July second week, 2020

Publication of NSR seat allotment

July last week, 2020

Download NSR Provisional Admission Letter (PAL)

July last week, 2020

Reporting of Candidates, who will be allotted Seat in NSR, at Admitted Institute

July last week, 2020


CCMT Counselling 2020 Eligibility Criteria

Candidates who will be applying for CCMT 2020 counselling must ensure that they are eligible for the counselling and admission process. The most important criteria being having valid GATE 2020 score or score from 2019 or 2018 Students are provided below the detailed eligibility criteria for counselling of CCMT ccmt Counselling 20202020

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  1. Students must have a valid GATE score from year 2020, 2019 or 2018

  2. Candidate must have passed the qualifying degree with minimum aggregate of 60% marks or 6.5 CGPA for OC/OC-EW and OB category and 55% or 6.0 CGPA in case of SC/ST/PwD candidates

  3. Students appearing in their final year exam are also eligible to participate in CCMT counselling 2020 subject to providing all the necessary documents at the time of admission in institute

  4. Students must note that certain institutes might have their own specific eligibility criteria for admission. Students are advised to visit the college website of desired institute for detailed eligibility criteria

  5. Students are advised to ensure there eligibility for programs in which applying as per the GATE paper for which qualified and the program in which admission is desired

CCMT Counselling and Seat Allotment Procedure 2020

The following three steps will be involved in CCMT counselling 2020 and seat allotment procedure

  1. Online registration at CCMT 2020 portal

  2. Online choice filling and locking

  3. Online seat allotment

  4. Online payment of seat acceptance fee

  5. Physical reporting at RC for document verification

  6. Physical reporting at the allotted institute for admission

  7. National spot round (NSR)

CCMT Counselling Procedure 2020

Students seeking admission in M.Tech/ M.Arch/ M.Plan/ M.Des course through CCMT has to register for the counselling in online mode. CCMT registration will start from April followed by choice locking and seat allotment rounds.

Step 1- Online Registration : Students have to register in online mode by visiting the CCMT 2020 portal. The registration process for CCMT counselling 2020 will start from April and will be available till May first week. Students have to provide their basic details, information about GATE and educational qualifications, mobile number, email address among others. Candidates will also have to create a password at the time of registration which will be used for all future logins. A registration fee is also to be paid in order to participate in CCMT. Details of registration fees is as follows

CCMT Registration Fees 2020

Category

Fees

OC/OC-EW/OB

Rs.2,500

SC/ST/PwD

Rs.2,000

Step 2- Online Choice Filling and Locking : Students have to fill choices for the colleges and specialisation as per their preference during CCMT choice filling. Choice filling has to be done within specified dates in online mode by login to candidate portal of CCMT 2020. Candidates will see the list of institutes and their specialisations as per their rank in GATE. Students will be required to select the choices in order of preference and lock them before the final date of choice locking. It is very important to fill and lock the choices as allotment of seats will be done on the basis of choices filled by candidate by considering the score in GATE.

Step 3 - Online Seat Allotment : Allotment of seats will be done through a centralised seat allotment procedure in online mode. Seat allotment is done in the order of merit of GATE score and as per the choices filled by candidates in CCMT counselling 2020. The result of CCMT seat allotment will be published in online mode. Students will be required to login to their candidates portal of CCMT 2020 to check their seat allotment process.

Students must note that three rounds of seat allotment, one internal sliding and National Spot round counselling will be done by CCMT. Seats which remain vacant in normal rounds and internal sliding are filled through a National Spot Round.

Step 4- Seat Acceptance Fee Deposit : Students who will be allotted seats during the seat allotment round will have to deposit the seat acceptance fees in online mode. Payment of seat acceptance fees is compulsory to confirm the seat allotted to students. The fee details of seat acceptance for CCMT counselling 2020 is as follows

CCMT Seat Acceptance Fees

Type of Fees

Fees Amount

Seat Acceptance Fee

  • Rs.30,000/- for all categories

Step 5- Physical Reporting at Reporting Centre : Students who have been allotted a seat and have paid the seat acceptance fees need to report to the nearest reporting centre for document verification and specifying the willingness towards acceptance or rejection of seat allotted to them. Reporting to the reporting centre is compulsory for every student after the allotment of seat and payment of seat acceptance fees. The following two procedure is to be done at reporting centre by candidate

Document Verification - Candidates have to carry all the documents related to educational qualification, category (if applicable) and other required documents in original and at least two xerox copies of each while reporting got document verification at regional centres. The authorised person will check and verify the original documents and will retain the xerox copies. Students will be issued the document verification slip after the successful verification of all documents.

Specifying Willingness - Students, while reporting to the reporting centre, have to specify their willingness of the allotted seat. Students have the following option to exercise

Floating : Students who wish to be considered in the next round for all of their better preferred choices and retaining the current allotted seat can select the “Floating” option

Sliding : Students who wish to be considered in the next round for their better preferred choices only within the Institute allotted to them have to select the “Sliding” option

Freezing : Students who are satisfied with the currently allotted seat and do not want to be considered for allotment of better preferred choices in the subsequent rounds.

If the allotted seat is of better preferred choice for a candidate who has specified her/his willingness as Floating/Sliding then, she/he will compulsorily forfeit the claim on the seat allotted to her/him in the earlier rounds

Step 6- Physical Reporting to the Allotted Institute for Admission : Students have to report to the allotted institute after the national upgradation round as per the schedule. Students will be issued a provisional allotment letter which they have to download from their candidate portal of CCMT 2020. Students have to carry the document verification slip received from the reporting centre and the downloaded provisional allotment letter while reporting to the allotted institute. Students must note that they must report to the allotted institute within the specified due date, which will be mentioned in their provisional allotment letter, failing which their seat will get cancelled.

CCMT National Spot Round Counselling 2020

CCMT spot round counselling is organised after the conclusion of all three regular rounds and internal sliding process. Students have to register a fresh for participation in spot round counselling and pay the registration fees. Students will also have to fill fresh choices for participation in spot round counselling.

CCMT Spot Round Fees 2020

Type of Fees

Fees Amount

NSR Registration Fee

  • Rs.2,500/- for OC/OC-EW/OB

  • Rs.2,000/- for SC/ST/PwD

NSR Participation Fee

  • Rs.40,000/- for OC/OC-EW/OB

  • Rs.10,000/- for SC/ST/PwD

CCMT Participating Institutes

Candidates can check the complete list of CCMT participating institutes given below. Students must know all the colleges which takes admission on the basis of CCMT counselling 2020 to have greater possibility of admission. A list of CCMT participating institutes is provided below for reference. Students must check the official notification for CCMT 2020 as and when released for any further additions of reduction in number of participating institutes

CCMT Participating Institutes 2020

S.No

Name of the Institutes

1

ABV-Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management Gwalior

2

Central University of Rajasthan

3

Dr. B R Ambedkar National Institute of Technology, Jalandhar

4

Indian Institute of Information Technology Srirangam

5

Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology Shibpur

6

Indian Institute of Information Technology Allahabad

7

Indian Institute of Information Technology Design and Manufacturing Kancheepuram

8

Institute of Technology, Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya

9

Malaviya National Institute of Technology, Jaipur

10

Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology, Bhopal

11

Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad

12

National Institute of Foundry and Forge Technology, Ranchi

13

National Institute of Technology Goa

14

National Institute of Technology Surathkal

15

National Institute of Technology Manipur

16

National Institute of Technology Meghalaya

17

National Institute of Technology Nagaland

18

National Institute of Technology Puducherry

19

National Institute of Technology Sikkim

20

National Institute of Technology, Agartala

21

National Institute of Technology, Arunachal Pradesh

22

National Institute of Technology, Calicut

23

National Institute of Technology, Delhi

24

National Institute of Technology, Durgapur

25

National Institute of Technology, Hamirpur

26

National Institute of Technology, Jamshedpur

27

National Institute of Technology, Kurukshetra

28

National Institute of Technology, Patna

29

National Institute of Technology, Raipur

30

National Institute of Technology, Rourkela

31

National Institute of Technology, Silchar

32

National Institute of Technology, Srinagar

33

National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli

34

National Institute of Technology, Warangal

35

PDPM Indian Institute of Information Technology Design and Manufacturing, Jabalpur

36

S V National Institute of Technology, Surat

37

Sant Longowal Institute of Engineering & Technology, Longowal

38

School of Planning and Architecture Vijayawada

39

Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology, Nagpur

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List of Documents Required While Reporting to RCs and Allotted Institute

Students are provided below the list of all documents which they have to carry to the reporting centre at the time of document verification and also documents which are required at the time of reporting to the allotted institute.

Documents Required at Reporting Centre

  1. Copy of CCMT registration form and locked choices

  2. Provisional seat allotment letter

  3. Payment receipt of seat acceptance fees

  4. GATE score card

  5. Photo identity proof

  6. Birth certificate

  7. Class 10 and 12 marksheet and passing certificate

  8. Marksheet/ provisional certificate of qualifying degree

  9. Category/ PwD certificate (if applicable)

  10. Certificate from institution in case the result of final year is awaited

Documents Required at Allotted Institute

  1. Provisional allotment letter

  2. Marksheet/ degree/ provisional certificate of qualifying degree

  3. Migration and transfer certificate from the last institute attended

  4. Certificates of class 10 and 12

  5. Three passport size coloured photographs

  6. Character certificate from last institute attended

  7. Self attested xerox copies of all certificate

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