CSAB NUET 2018 - Central Seat Allocation Board (CSAB) has released the seat allotment result of CSAB NUET 2018 round II on July 26 in online mode. The candidates can check the result of NUET 2018 round II allotment by logging-into their candidate accounts. The result of CSAB NUET 2018 for Round I was released on June 19. The seat allotment for CSAB NUET 2018 was conducted in 2 rounds. The board is conducting seat allotment for candidates on the basis of their All India Ranks (AIR) in JEE Main 2018 belonging to 12 North Eastern States & Union Territories (namely Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Manipur, Nagaland, Sikkim, Tripura, Dadar & Nagar Haveli, Daman & Diu, Andaman & Nicobar Islands and Lakshadweep). As these states and UTs do not have engineering colleges/ polytechnics or have lack of facilities for education in specific field of technical education, the Government of India has reserved a few seats in Government and Private Engineering & Technology institutes across various states of India. CSAB NUET 2018 seat allotment procedure includes online registration, verification of domicile and category certificates by state centres, finalisation of registration, online choice filling, saving and locking, seat allotment, personal reporting to the Reporting Centre with documents and Demand Draft towards counselling fee to be drawn in favour of “MNIT Jaipur CSAB 2018” and personal reporting to the allotted institutes for final admission. To check complete details about CSAB NUET, read through the article below.
Who is eligible to apply for seats reserved under CSAB NUET 2018?
Candidates belonging to the states of 12 North Eastern States & Union Territories - Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Manipur, Nagaland, Sikkim, Tripura, Dadar & Nagar Haveli, Daman & Diu, Andaman & Nicobar Islands and Lakshadweep and who have an All India Rank in JEE Main 2018 are eligible to apply for seats in CSAB NUET 2018. This means that candidates from these states can apply but they have to take JEE Main 2018 and have to have a rank in JEE Main.
- Qualifying Marks: Candidates must have secured at least 75% marks in the 12th class examination, or be in the top 20 percentile in the 12th class examination conducted by the respective Boards. While, candidates belonging to SC/ST category have secure 65% in the 12th class examination, or be in the top 20 percentile in the 12th class or equivalent examination.
- Qualifying Subjects- The marks scored in the following five subjects will be considered for calculating the aggregate marks and the qualifying marks for fulfilling the top 20 percentile criterion. The subjects are- Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, a language (if the candidate has taken more than one language, then the language with the higher marks will be considered), and any subject other than the above four (the subject with the higher marks will be considered).
Eligibility Criteria for admission to institutes through CSAB NUET 2018 (Round 1 and 2)
For admission to seats reserved at institutes through CSAB NUET 2018, candidates need to meet the eligibility criteria of JEE Main 2018 only.
Eligibility Criteria for Spot Round:
Last year, MHRD had declared one-time relaxation for CSAB-NEUT counselling for Spot Round. According to the relaxed criteria, candidates participating in the Spot Round need to have 45% aggregate marks in class 12th/qualifying exam (40% for SC/ST) for B.Tech admission, while for admission to B.Arch/B.Plan, the candidates need to have 50% aggregate marks.
This one time relaxation may be announced for 2018 too.
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CSAB NUET Seat Allotment Important Dates 2018
Filling of Online Application Form
June 21- July 6, 2018
Checking of domicile and category certificates by state centres, finalization of registration
June 21-July 8, 2018
July 10-17, 2018 (midnight)
Round 1 of Seat Allotment
July 19, 2018
Reporting at the Reporting Centres against Round 1 of seat allotment
July 20-24, 2018 (5 pm)
Round 2 of Seat Allotment
July 26, 2018
Reporting at the Reporting Centres against Round 2 of seat allotment
July 27-31, 2018 (5 pm)
August 1-3, 2018
Spot Round to be declared by State Centres
August 5-8, 2018
Reporting at the Admitted Institute
August 9-14, 2018
CSAB NUET 2018 - Seat Allotment Process
The process of CSAB NUET 2018 seat allotment involves the following stages:
Verification of domicile and category certificates by state centres, finalisation of registration
Online choice filling, saving and locking
Personal reporting to Reporting Centre with documents and Demand Draft
Personal reporting to the allotted institutes for final admission
Stage 1 - Online Registration:
The first stage for CSAB NUET seat allotment 2018 is to register. They need to login using their JEE Main 2018 Roll Number and password created during JEE Main registration. Candidates must enter the correct data as it will be matched with the data entered during JEE Main application form.
Stage 2 - Online choice filling, saving and locking
Registered candidates have to fill in their choices of B.Tech branches and institutes in the order of their preference from the second week to the third week of July 2018.
Candidates have to choose branches/institutes from the drop-down list available and opt for as many options as possible.
Note: If candidates choose many options during choice filling, then the chances of getting good branch at a good institutes are higher.
Before locking the choices, candidates can edit, change, rearrange the choices any number of times.
It’s important to lock the selected choices before the last date. In case the candidates fails to lock the choices, then the last saved options will be automatically locked after the deadline.
Important: Saving of a choice is different than Locking of choice. So, candidates must be careful in terms of completing the steps after the LOCK button is clicked. Candidates have to enter the password and confirm the locking.
Printout of Locked Choices
After the choices are locked, a downloadable/printable version of the locked choices along with the terms and conditions will be available. Candidates have to take a printout (hard copy) of the locked choices, sign it and carry it along for reporting at the Reporting Centre.
Combined choice filling for Engineering and Architecture
The facility of combined choice filling for Engineering and Architecture will also be there. Eligible candidates for both Engineering and Architecture streams, will be allocated only one seat (the higher choice) from his/her choice list based on his/her merit. Candidates eligible for combined seat allocation (in both streams) must register once and pay the counselling fee once if seat is allocated to them. They have to fill a single choice list in order of preference covering both Engineering and Architecture streams. They must lock their choices before the scheduled date and time. In case candidates fail to lock their choices, their last saved choices will be locked automatically after the deadline. Candidates must fill as many choices as possible.
For combined choice filling also, candidates have to complete the steps as mentioned above for B.Tech programmes. The process of Choice Locking and printing the locked choices is same as mentioned above.
Stage 3 - Online Seat Allotment
The choices locked and submitted by the candidates will be processed centrally and candidates will be allotted seats based on their order of merit as per JEE Main All India Rank and the submitted choices. Candidates have to check the seat allotment result online on this page. No candidate will be sent individual seat allotment letters.
Candidates have to download and take printout of the seat allotment letter and visit the reporting centre.
Stage 4 - Personal reporting to Reporting Centre with documents and Demand Draft
After taking the printout of the seat allotment letter, candidates have to personally report to their Home State/UT Reporting Centres with their original documents for verification and a Demand Draft of Rs. 2,000 (counselling fee) drawn in Favour of ‘MNIT Jaipur CSAB 2018’ for taking provisional admission. Candidates must keep in mind to report within the specified time frame given on the allotment letter. Generally the reporting time is from 9 am to 5 pm.
Counselling Fee – Rs. 2000 (non-refundable)
Payment Mode – Demand Draft (DD)
Exercising Options Pertaining to Higher Preference Choices – Float, Slide and Freeze Option
Candidates have to exercise one of the following Options when they report to the Reporting Centre during 1st round of reporting:
Option-I (Float): They must choose this option if they want to be considered in the next round for all of their higher preference choices (i.e. even across institutes).
Option-II (Slide): Candidates must go for this option if they want to be considered in the next round for their higher preference choices only within the institute allotted to them.
Option-III (Freeze): Candidates can choose this option if they feel satisfied with the currently allotted seat. Such candidates' higher preference choices will not be considered in the subsequent 2nd round.
Important: Candidates who have chosen Float and Slide options and have got provisional admission letter must keep on tracking the CSAB NUET portal online to check the status/Upgradation of their allotted seat after each round. In case they get a new allotment which is higher in their preference list, then they have to visit the Reporting Centre again with the original provisional admission letter issued earlier at the reporting centre and the new/latest seat allotment letter.
Candidates have to carry the following documents for verification at the time of reporting to the Reporting Centre:
1. Printout of locked choices and terms and conditions duly signed by the candidate
2. Printout of Provisional Allotment Letter
3. Undertaking by the candidate
4. Original documents and a set of photocopy of the following for verification
Photo ID proof as per Government of India norms
JEE Main 2018 Admit Card
JEE Main Score Card 2018 issued by CBSE (downloaded score card is acceptable)
Class X (High School) Board Certificate for proof of date of birth
Certificate and Marks sheet of qualifying examination
Demand Draft of Rs 2000 drawn in favor of ‘MNIT Jaipur CSAB 2018’
Category/subcategory/caste/sub-caste certificate (if applicable), issued by the competent authority
Persons with Disabilities (PwD) Certificate (if applicable) issued from a duly constituted Medical Board. The certificate should stand valid up to September 15, 2018.
Proof of place of examination center of the final examination from the National Open School for candidates having Senior Secondary Certificate (required for determining the 'State of eligibility')
5. One passport size photograph identical to the one pasted on the JEE Main 2018 application form
Note: The original certificates will be returned to the candidates after verification and self-attested photocopies will be kept by the Reporting Centre. If candidates' original certificates are not in English/Hindi, then duly certified Hindi/English version translation of such certificates will be needed at the time of reporting at the Reporting Centre/Allotted Institute.
Important: Non-Creamy Layer OBC Certificate must be issued on or after April 1, 2018. Certificate not issued by a medical board &/or getting expired before September 15, 2018 will not be accepted in any case.
Provisional Admission Letter
After all the formalities at the Reporting Centre, candidates will be allotted Provisional Admission Letter which will carry personal details of the candidate, details of the institute and the allotted B.Tech branch, counselling fee (deposited) details, and the Option (I or II or III) exercised by the candidate for subsequent round of allotment.
Note: Candidates must check all the details on the Provisional Admission Letter and preserve it for future.
Reporting to the Allotted Institute
Finally, after freezing and confirming their final allotment, candidates must visit their allotted institute for admission as per the specified schedule of allotted institute. In case candidates fail to report to the allotted institute within the specified time, then the candidates claim to the allotted seat will be cancelled.
A spot round will be conducted for vacant seats left after round I and round II of seat allotment. The schedule for spot round will be announced by the respective Directorate of Technical Education (DTEs) of the states/UTs. So, candidates must keep on tracking the dates form the respective DTE websites and apply accordingly.
Seat Intake and Institutes Offering Admission through CSAB NUET 2018