CSAB 2020 - Special Round Seat Allotment (Out)
CSAB 2020 - Central Seat Allocation Board has released the CSAB 2020 special seat allotment round 2 results. Candidates were able to complete CSAB special round registration, payment of fee till November 20 (4 PM) and choice filling process till November 20 (5 PM). CSAB NEUT 2020 online registration was open till November 4. The last date of CSAB NEUT choice filling was November 6. MHRD has announced relaxation in admission criteria for admission to JEE Main this year due to covid-19 pandemic. As per the new criteria, candidates having qualified JEE Main and passed class 12, irrespective of any percentage (in class 12) will be considered for admission. The registration process for the different channels of CSAB 2020 will open separately in online mode. The candidates will have to complete the registration procedure to participate in the allotment process. Choice filling according to preference also has to be done. The authorities will allot the registered candidates as per their JEE Main merit, preferences and availability of seat. The seat allotment process of CSAB 2020 will be held separately for three channels of admissions. Read the full article to know more information about CSAB 2020.
Latest: CSAB 2020 Special Round seat allotment round 2 released.
CSAB is conducted for North-Eastern states and Union Territories (NEUT), CSAB UT (for supernumerary seats in the Union Territories) and CSAB SFTI (Self-financed technical institutes). In the previous session, CSAB 2020 for SFTI was not conducted due to less participating institutes.
Overview of CSAB 2020
Name of Admission
Central Seat Allocation Board
Commonly Known As
Central Seat Allocation Board
Channels of CSAB
Category of Admission
Channel of Admission
Number of Participating Institutes
The authorities will conduct CSAB 2020 after all admission process through JoSAA is completed. Candidates who have not been allotted before will be able to register for CSAB 2020 through the different modes of admission channel as given below:
CSAB NEUT (for North Eastern States and Union Territories)
CSAB SFTI (Self-Financed Technical Institutes)
CSAB UT (Supernumerary Seats for Union Territory)
CSAB NEUT 2020
Candidates who meet the required eligibility will be able to apply for CSAB NUET 2020 (for North-Eastern States and Union Territories). The admission procedure is conducted to provide B.Tech seats for candidates belonging to 12 North East states and UTs (Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim, Tripura, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Dadar & Nagar Haveli, Daman & Diu and Lakshadweep). The application form of CSAB NUET 2020 has been released on October 23. Admissions will be done on the basis of JEE Main 2020 scores secured by the candidates. All of the required application process has to be completed by the authorities within the timeline specified by the authorities.
Important Dates of CSAB NEUT 2020
Availability of application form
October 23 to November 4, 2020
Domicile and category certificate verification by state centres
October 24 to November 5, 2020
October 24 to November 6, 2020
Round 1 - Seat Allotment
November 13, 2020
Online Reporting for Round 1 allotment
November 14 to 19, 2020
Round 2 - Seat Allotment
November 24, 2020
Online Reporting for Round 2 allotment
November 25 to 27, 2020
November 28 to 30, 2020
Spot round by state centres
December 1 to 3, 2020
Reporting at admitted institutes
December 4 to 7, 2020
CSAB NEUT Eligibility Criteria 2020
The authorities has released the eligibility criteria of CSAB NEUT 2020 for all candidates. By checking the criteria, the candidates will be able to know which conditions and requirements have to be fulfilled for admissions. Inability to meet the criteria will lead to the disqualification of the candidates.-->
CSAB NEUT 2020 Eligibility Criteria
The candidates should be from one of the North east states or Union Territories.
The candidates should have valid JEE Main 2020 scores.
CSAB NEUT Seat Allotment 2020
The given procedure will be followed by the authorities for seat allotment through CSAB NEUT 2020. The candidates have to be registered and complete the procedure within the allotted time.
Registration - In the first step, the candidates will have to go to the official website of CSAB NEUT 2020 and use their JEE Main 2020 application form number and password to register.
Filling and locking of choices - Next, the candidates will have to select their choice of colleges and courses for admissions. The selection has to be in the order of preference. All of the choices has to be checked and locked before the final date. No changes can be done after the choices are locked by the candidates. A print out has to be taken for future reference.
Seat allotment - Candidates will be able to check their allotment in online mode. The seat allotment result of CSAB NEUT 2020 will be released by the authorities through the official website. Allotment of seats will be done on the basis of their merit, choices and availability of seats. Selected candidates will have to download their allotment letter.
Document verification - Finally, the candidates will have to report to their allotted institute and verify their original documents. The allotted seats have to be confirmed by paying the requisite counselling fee.
CSAB Special Round for NITs, IIITs and GFTIs 2020
The application form for admission through the CSAB 2020 special round for NITs, IIITs and GFTIs has been released on November 17. The authorities have released the complete schedule of CSAB special round 2020. Candidates who have secured a valid JEE Main score can apply for this special round. The required eligibility criteria has to be met by the candidates to get admissions through the special round.
Important Dates of CSAB Special Round for NITs, IIITs and GFTIs 2020
Availability of online application form
November 17 to 20, 2020
Payment of fee and filling of choices
November 17 to 20, 2020
Round 1 - seat allotment
November 21, 2020
Acceptance and surrendering of allotted seats
November 20 to 24 (10 am), 2020
Round 2 - seat allotment
November 24, 2020
Reporting of allotted candidates at the institute
November 25 to 30, 2020
CSAB Special Round 2020 Eligibility Criteria
The terms and conditions which the candidates will have to satisfy for admissions will be present in the eligibility criteria of CSAB 2020 special round. To participate in the special round of CSAB 2020, the candidates will have to meet the following eligibility criteria.
Candidates should have a valid JEE Main 2020 rank.
The eligibility criteria of JoSAA 2020 has to be met by the candidates.
Those candidates who participate in JoSAA 2020 but failed to get allotted will be eligible for CSAB special round 2020.
Candidates who were allotted through JoSAA 2020 but failed to confirm their admission or withdrew from their seats will also be eligible for CSAB 2020 special round.
It should be noted that those candidates who opted not to participate in the special round after JoSAA will not be eligible for CSAB 2020 special round admission procedure.
CSAB Special Round 2020 Seat Allotment
To participate in the seat allotment of CSAB 2020 special round, the candidates will have to follow the given steps.
Registration: The candidates will have to visit the official website and click on the registration link. Using JEE Main 2020 application number and password, the candidates will have to register for CSAB 2020 special round. The required documents have to be uploaded by the candidates as per specified by the authorities.
Payment of Fee: Next, the candidates will have to pay the required fee through online mode (SBI MOPS payment gateway).
Filling and Locking of Choices: The candidates will have to select their choice of colleges and courses in order of preference. After the choices are confirmed, the candidates will have to lock and submit it.
Declaration of Seat Allotment: The registered candidates will be allotted according to their JEE Main merit, preferences and availability of seats. The seat allotment result of CSAB 2020 special round will be released in online mode. The selected candidates will have the option to either freeze, float or surrender their allotted seat.
Confirmation of Allotment: Candidates will have to confirm their allotted seats by paying the required admission fees.
Online Reporting: Using JEE Main 2020 credentials, the allotted candidates will also have to complete online reporting and confirm their allotted seats. The required documents have to be uploaded.
Physical Reporting: Finally, the candidates will have to personally report to their allotted institute. It should be noted that the reporting should be done within the time allotted by the authorities.
CSAB UT 2020
CSAB UT 2020 will be conducted to provide admissions to those candidates who have the state eligibility of Union Territories (Damn & Diu, Lakshadweep & Khandvi, Andaman & Nicobar, Dadar and Nagar Haveli). The application form of CSAB UT 2020 will be available tentatively from the second week of August. Those candidates who are not allotted during JoSAA will have a chance of admissions through CSAB UT 2020 if they meet the criteria.
Important Dates of CSAB UT 2020
Registration and choice filling
|To be notified|
Result of seat allotment
|To be notified|
Reporting at allotted institute
|To be notified|
CSAB UT (Supernumerary) Eligibility Criteria 2020
There are various criteria which the candidates will have to meet to be eligible for CSAB UT 2020. The authorities will release the criteria for all candidates who wish to participate in the admission process. The following eligibility criteria of CSAB UT 2020 has to be satisfied by the candidates.
Candidates should be within the state code of eligibility.
It is necessary that the candidates should not have been allotted till the special vacant seat filling round OR
They should not have reported for any allotment during JoSAA rounds OR
Should have reported after allotment to the reporting centre but withdrew till the final round of JoSAA.
Those candidates who reported for their allotted seat at the centres but their seat was cancelled due to change in category and are still unallotted will also be eligible.
Candidates who have paid the initial fee (Rs. 35,000 for Gen/OBC NCL candidates and Rs. 15,000 for SC/ST/Gen-PWD/OBC NCL PwD/SC PwD or ST PwD) and reported for the allotment to the reporting centre but did not report to the allotted institute till the last date will also be eligible for CSAB NUET 2020.
Candidates who meet the parameters given below will not be considered eligible for admissions through CSAB UT 2020:
Those candidates who were allotted seats during JoSAA 2020 and also reported to the respective centres within the time period specified by the authorities.
Candidates who are allotted in Special Vacant Seat Filling round will not be eligible for CSAB UT 2020, irrespective of whether they reported to their allotted institute or not.
CSAB UT (Supernumerary) Seat Allotment 2020
The procedure of CSAB UT 2020 seat allotment will consist of the following steps:
Registration: The candidates will be able to register for CSAB UT 2020 in online mode. The application form has to be filled with all of the required details. Submission of the application form has to be done before the final date as specified by the authorities.
Filling of Choices: Next, the candidates will have to fill their choice of courses and colleges as per their preference.
Allotment of Seats: Candidates will be allotted seats based on their JEE Main merit. The allotment will be done after deducting the seats filled during the home state quota allotment of the total supernumerary seats for that UT.
Reporting at Allotted Institute: Finally, the candidates will have to directly report to the allotted institute and get their documents verified. The required fee has to be paid and the admissions have to be confirmed by the candidates.
CSAB SFTI 2020
CSAB SFTI 2020 (Self Financed Technical Institutes) will be conducted to provide admissions to eligible candidates into the participating institutes. JEE Main scores will be taken into consideration while providing admissions. Registrations are expected to start soon. However, CSAB SFTI 2020 was not conducted in the previous session due to lack of participating institutes. No update regarding CSAB 2020 has been released by the authorities as of yet, so it may or may not be conducted for the present session.
Important Dates of CSAB SFTI 2020
Important Dates (Tentative)
Registration, choice filling and printing of receipt of initial fee of Rs. 21,000
|To be notified|
Announcement of result and allotment of seat
|To be notified|
Reporting to allotted institutes and document verification
|To be notified|
CSAB SFTI Eligibility Criteria 2020
Candidates are requested to check the eligibility criteria of CSAB SFTI 2020 before applying. If the candidates are not able to meet the criteria, then they will be disqualified from the admission procedure. The eligibility criteria will be decided by the authorities after considering various particulars.
Candidates should have qualified 10+2 (or equivalent) examination with atleast 45% aggregate marks. SC/ST/OBC-NCL/PwD category candidates should have secured atleast 40% aggregate marks.
The candidates should have studied and passed each of the following subjects in 10+2 (or equivalent) examination - Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry/Biology/Biotechnology/Biology / Technical Vocational Subject, any one language and any one other subject.
Should have a valid JEE Main Paper 1 rank.
Eligibility Criteria for B.Arch/B.Plan Admissions
Should have qualified JEE Main Paper 2.
Candidates should have secured an aggregate marks of 50% in 10+2 (or equivalent) examination.
Should have studied Mathematics and the candidates should have secured minimum passing marks in each of the five subjects.
CSAB SFTI Seat Allotment 2020
Candidates applying for CSAB SFTI 2020 will have to go through the following procedure for successful admissions.
Payment of Fees: Firstly, the candidates will have to log into their CSAB account using their JEE Main 2020 application number and password. The counselling fee of Rs. 21,000 has to be paid by the candidates through online mode (SBI Collect on State Bank of India portal).
Registration: After the payment process is completed, the candidates will have to fill out the required details and register.
Filling of Choices: All of the registered candidates will have to fill their choice of colleges and courses according to their preference. It is to be noted that the selection should be in the order of preference. Candidates will be able to edit, rearrange and also change their selected preferences before locking and submitting it.
Allotment of Seat: The candidates will be able to check the seat allotment result of CSAB SFTI 2020 in online mode. The allotment will be done on the basis of JEE Main merit, preferences and availability of seats. The provisional seat allotment letter has to be downloaded and printed out by the candidates for future use.
Reporting at Allotted Institute: Finally, the candidates will have to report to their allotted institutes to confirm their admission. The balance fee has to be paid by the candidates to confirm their admission and verification of documents will also be done by the authorities.
Central Seat Allocation Board – 2019
National Institute of Technology
Tiruchirappalli – 620 015
Tamil Nadu, India
This article has been written as per last year’s information. Updated details will be available here as soon as it is released by the authorities.
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IF I APPLIED JEE MAIN 2021 FOR ALL THE FOUR ATTEMPTS ( FEB,MARCH, APRIL, MAY) AND I JUST PASSED WITH SOME LOW MARKS IN FEB MONTH ITSELF,BUT I DIDNT ENOUGH THAT MARK ,CAN WE WRITE AGAIN IN NEXT ATTEMPT? i.e CAN WE WRITE JEE MAIN 2021 ANOTHER ATTEMPT IF WE ALREADY PASSED ?
This year you will be given four attempts in jee mains 2021. Now, if you have registered for all the jee mains sessions then you are eligible to give all the four sessions of jee Mains.
Now, if you don't qualify in jee mains or scored very high rank in February session, then you can still give the other sessions of jee mains i.e for March, April and may sessions.
Aftet the four sessions wil be finished your best score among the four sessions will be chosen to make the score card.
So, the best of one will be taken, so try to give your maximum in all the sessions.
Also check out the following link to know about jee mains :-
jee mains exam weightage for 2021
You can check the JEE Main 2021 subject weightage chapter wise for Physics, chemistry and Math from the link below
also, You will be able to know about the most important chapters for the exam from the link above.
Hope it helps!
Best of luck!
what are the easiest and high scoring chapters of physics for jee
Different people have their respective easy chapters, so I am going to tell you that chapters that I found relatively easy than other physics chapters when preparing for jee exams.
In physics some of the eay and scoring chapters are :-
- Newton's law of motion
- Rotation or rigid body dynamics
- Fluid mechanics
- Electromagnetic induction
- Optics ( if you know all the concepts well then this is also an easy chapter otherwise I do not prefer this ).
- Kinetics theory of gases
So, these are some of the easy and scoring chapters of jee mains physics.
is partial fractions chapter is not in jee ???
You can get JEE Main Mathematics syllabus from the link below
For JEE Main, you have to study partial fraction. There may not be any direct question from partial fraction but there will be questions where you have to use the concept of partial fraction. As an example, Integration is an important chapter in JEE Main and to solve some type of integration problems you have to use partial fraction. So, its better to grasp the basics of partial fraction. Don't totally ignore it.
Check the link to know about important chapters in JEE Main
from today how I will prepare for jee 2021 feb plz give me some idea and imp topics about pcm plz
If you are starting your preparation for jee main from today then you have limited time, so focus and stress more on important and scoring topics or chapters which are listed below subject wise along with their chapter wise weight age based on past year papers :-
*Modern Physics:- 20 marks
*Heat and Thermodynamics :- 12 marks
*Optics:- 12 marks
*Current Electricity :- 12 marks
*Electrostatics :- 12 marks
*Magnetics :- 8 marks
* Transition Elements and Coordination Chemistry :- 12 marks
* Periodic table and Representative Elements :- 12 marks
* Thermodynamics And Gaseous State:- 8 marks
* Atomic Structure:- 8 marks
* Chemical Bonding:- 8 marks
* Chemical And Ionic Equilibrium:- 8 marks
* Coordinate Geometry :- 20 marks
* Limits, Continuity and Differentiability :- 12 marks
* Integral Calculus :- 12 marks
* Complex numbers and Quadratic Equation :- 8 marks
* Matrices and Determinants :- 8 marks
* Statistics and Probability :- 8 marks
* Vector Algebra :- 8 marks
To help you plan your studies ,you can get the chapter wise weightage of all the chapters at
*Practice questions:- after finishing each chapter you should practice numericals and mcqs .You should practise at least 80 to100 numericals and mcqs in Each chapter to master concepts so that you can solve numericals and MCQs easily.
* Short breaks :- take short breaks in between your studies, studying continuously can be brain tiring and it becomes difficult to focus and study with concentration, so take breaks to relax and refresh your brain.
* Make short notes:- You should make chapterwise short notes for each chapter and it should contain all the important concepts and formulas. These short notes will be a great revision tool for your examination.
*Set goals :- set daily like I have to cover these many topics today, weekly goals like I have to cover these chapters this week and solve their mcqs too by the end of this week and meet them without any fail
* Follow a routine or timetable :- you can make a routine and religiously follow it and try to give at least 7- 8 hours to study each day in your routine.
-) PHYSICS is the toughest part for most of the aspirants as it has both numericals and concepts to deal with , so keep at least 3 hours each day for Physics.
-) In Chemistry you have to deal with reactions and learn them and solve questions as well, so give at least 2 hours daily to Chemistry
-) Mathematics is all about practising questions, so try to give at least around 3 hours each day for maths
*Revise:- revise your concepts, formulas etc at regular intervals . Revision is very important otherwise as you move forward in your syllabus, you start forgetting the concepts you have learned before and you won't be able to perform well in your examination.
*Solve previous year JEE question :- Solving previous year questions will let you know the examination pattern, type of questions asked in the exam and difficulty level of questions, also concepts of the questions often gets repeated so it will be of great help to you . You can get previous year papers at https://engineering.careers360.com/articles/jee-main-question-papers .
* Go through JEE mock test papers :- it will let you know your preparation level .After solving each mock test paper, analyse yourself which will help you to know your weak areas /topics so that you can work on them and them strong so that you can perform well in your examination.
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