CCMT Seat Allotment 2018 – National Institute of Technology Delhi has released the result of CCMT 2018 National Spot Round. Candidates will have to log in using their GATE registration ID and password to access the result. CCMT 2018 seat allotment for Round 3 was announced in online mode on June 10. Previously, the allotment result of Round 1 was announced on May 19 and for Round 2 on May 28, 2018. The registrations for the counselling and seat allotment of CCMT 2018 was open from April 3 to May 10. The candidates had to complete the registration and choice filling process to participate in the CCMT seat allotment process. Three rounds of CCMT 2018 seat allotment has been conducted and lastly, a National Spot Round was held. The allotment is done according to the candidate’s performance in GATE, choices preferred and availability of seats. The allotted candidates will have to pay the seat acceptance fee, verify their documents and report at their respective institute for confirmation of admission. Read the full article to know more information about CCMT Seat Allotment 2018.
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Important Dates of CCMT 2018 Seat Allotment
Seat Allotment – Round 1
May 19, 2018
Payment of Part Institute Fees and Reporting at any Reporting Centre
May 21 to 24, 2018
Seat Allotment – Round 2
May 28, 2018
Payment of Part Institute Fees and Reporting at any Reporting at any Centre
May 29 to June 1, 2018
Round 3 of Seat Allotment
June 10, 2018
Payment of Required Institute Fees and Reporting at any Centre
June 11 – 14, 2018
Payment of Provisional Admission Confirmation Fee
June 15 – 22, 2018
Declaration of First Internal Sliding Result
June 25, 2018
Reporting to Allotted Institute and Payment of Balance Fees
June 25 - 28, 2018
Release of Second Internal Sliding Result
June 30, 2018
Declaration of Vacant Seats
July 3, 2018
Registration for National Spot Round (NSR)
July 4 – 16, 2018
Choice Filling for NSR
July 4 – 20, 2018
Verification of Documents
July 17 – 20, 2018
Seat Allotment of NSR Round
July 22, 2018
Reporting at Allotted Institute
July 23 to 27, 2018
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The eligible candidates were able to fill and submit the application form along with the fees till May 10, 2018. The detailed personal, academic and contact information of the candidates had to be submitted by the candidates. Only the registered candidates were able to participate in the seat allotment process. After registration, the candidates had to complete the choice filling and locking process.
CCMT Seat Allotment 2018
The seat allotment process of CCMT 2018 is conducted in online mode by NIT Delhi. NIT Delhi has published the result of National Spot Round of CCMT 2018. The result of seat allotment Round 1, 2 and 3 has been announced. The candidates are able to check their allotted seats by logging into their accounts. Three rounds of CCMT 2018 seat allotment has been conducted which was followed by a National Spot Round (NSR).
Steps to Check CCMT Seat Allotment 2018
To check the allotment list the candidates will have to login using their GATE registration ID and password.
The status of allotment will be displayed on the screen.
Along with the allotment status, the selected candidates will also be able to access and download their allotment letter.
The allotment of seats is done based on the prepared merit list and choices filled by the candidates. The merit list is prepared according to the GATE scores secured by the registered candidates. The provisional letter has to be downloaded by these selected candidates as it will not be sent separately to the candidates. After downloading the provisional letter, the candidates will have to pay the Seat Acceptance Fee (SAF) which is Rs. 20,000 for all categories. The fee has to be paid through SBI MOPS (i.e., net banking/credit card/debit card or e-challan at any branch of SBI). After the payment is done, the candidates will have to report at their nearest Reporting Centre/Help Centre for the verification of document. The candidates will also be able to select their preference for seat allotment from the given options at the reporting centres:
Freezing – The candidates will have to select this option if they are satisfied with their allotment and wish to confirm it.
Sliding – This option has to be selected if the candidate wishes to be considered for his/her higher preferred choices within the allotted institute in further rounds of allotment.
Floating - The candidates will have to select this option if he/she wants to be considered for higher preferred choices in other participating institutes during further rounds of allotment.
CCMT 2018 Seat Allotment – Round 1
Sine the result of the first round of CCMT seat allotment 2018 has been announced, the selected candidates had to select their preference among the options of floating, sliding or freezing. If the option of freezing was selected, then the candidates had to confirm their provisional allotted seat by paying the fee of Rs. 10,000 through SBI MOPS. If the candidates failed to pay the fee within the given time then it would automatically lead to the cancellation of the allotted seat. Those candidates who had selected the option of floating or sliding had to wait for allotment to their higher preferred choices in the further rounds of allotment.
CCMT 2018 Seat Allotment – Round 2
The selection between floating, sliding or freezing had to be done by the candidates in the second round of CCMT seat allotment 2018. Those candidates who selected floating/sliding during the first round were able to change from floating to sliding or floating to freezing or sliding to freezing. The confirmation fee had to be paid by the candidates who selected freezing while those who select floating/sliding had to participate in the further rounds of seat allotment.
CCMT 2018 Seat Allotment -Round 3
The entire process for the third round of CCMT seat allotment 2018 was similar to the previous ones. New candidates were able to select their option from floating, sliding or freezing. After the conclusion of the third round, the candidates who selected floating were automatically converted to sliding. Internal sliding was done by CCMT authorities for those candidates who had selected “sliding” option in the third round and had also paid both seat acceptance and confirmation fee.
Candidates who had already paid the seat acceptance fee but were still not satisfied with their allotted seat were able to report at their nearest Reporting Centre for withdrawal. The withdrawn candidates will be able to apply for NSR round.
Documents for Verification
CCMT 2018 Provisional Seat Allotment Letter
Print out of Registration Form and Choices Locked
Proof of Payment of Seat Acceptance Fee
GATE Score Card (self attested)
Photo ID Proof
Original Birth Certificate issued by a competent authority/ 10th Standard (High School) Board Certificate as proof of date of birth.
Original 12th standard mark sheet
Original grade/mark sheet of qualifying examination of all semesters.
Original degree/provisional certificate, if degree is completed.
Original conduct, transfer and course completion certificate from the Head of the institute last attended.
Original migration certificate from last institute attended
Original Category certificate
Original Persons with Disability Certificate (if applicable)
Three colour passport size photograph
One set of self attested photocopies of all the original documents.
Reporting at the Allotted Institute
The selected candidates had to physically report to their allotted institutes. Payment of the balance fees along with document verification had to be done. The allotted seat were cancelled if the candidate failed to report at their respective institute. Those candidates were returned their seat acceptance and confirmation fee after a deduction of Rs. 1000.
CCMT 2018 National Spot Round
The authorities conducted the National Spot Round of CCMT 2018 since the three rounds of seat allotment is over. The candidates had to freshly register for this round of allotment. The registration process for the National Spot Round had commenced on July 4, 2018. The candidates also had to fill their choices of institutes and courses till July 20. Registration fee had to be paid. The eligibility conditions for National Spot Round are:
Candidates who have withdrawn or not reported to any reporting centre in the earlier rounds for verification of allotment will be eligible.
Candidates who were selected but their allotment was cancelled due to failure to fulfil some eligibility criteria will still be eligible for NSR.
Those candidates who had not registered for the previous three rounds will also be eligible for National Spot Round.
Newly registered candidates will have to report at the Reporting Centres for verification of documents. Already verified candidates do not have to report for verification. According to the merit list, selection of choices and availability of seats, the candidates will be allotted. The seat allotment result is now available in online mode. After a seat is allotted, the candidates will not be entitled to any refund on the seat acceptance and confirmation fee.
Registration Fee for National Spot Round
Mode of Payment
Through SBI MOPS i.e., net banking/credit card/debit card or e-challan at any branch of SBI
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