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CSAB UT 2019 - Central Seat Allocation Board (CSAB) has released the seat allotment result for CSAB UT 2019 supernumerary round allotment result in online mode on August 10, 2019. Along with the allotment result, the cutoff has also been made available. Authorities had earlier released the online application form for CSAB UT 2019. Registration and choice filling for CSAB UT 2019 was open till August 9. The authorities conduct admission to NITs, IIITs and CFTIs through CSAB UT 2019. The admission through CSAB UT 2019 is conducted for those candidates who have the state eligibility of Union Territories (Daman & Diu, Lakshadweep & Kandvi, Andaman & Nicobar, Dadar and Nagar Haveli). Candidates having valid JEE Main scores are eligible to apply. Candidates are allotted seats on the basis of the merit and the choices filled by the candidates. Check all the relevant details related to CSAB UT 2019 including the eligibility criteria, important dates, counselling procedure and seat matrix given in the article below.Latest: To check CSAB UT supernumerary round seat allotment result - Click Here
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CSAB UT 2019- Important Dates
Registration and Choice Filling for CSAB UT
August 8 to 9, 2019
Result of Seat Allotment
August 10, 2019 (5 PM)
Reporting at Allotted Institute
August 11 to 14, 2019 (10 AM to 5 PM)
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CSAB UT Eligibility Criteria 2019Candidates can check the detailed eligibility criteria of CSAB UT 2019 given below:
The candidates should possess state code of eligibility as per the rules of JoSAA 2019 or as notified by the 12th standard qualifying exam mark-sheet or as notified by the Union Territory.
The candidates should not have been allotted a seat during the special vacant seat filling round.
Candidates should not have reported against an allotment in the previous JoSAA rounds.
Those candidates who reported at the reporting centre but their seat was cancelled due to change of category and are still unallotted will be eligible.
Candidates who reported against their allotted seat but withdrew before the sixth round of JoSAA 2019 counselling will be eligible.
The candidates who after paying the initial fee of Rs. 45,000 (Rs. 20,000 for reserved categories)fail to report for allotment will be eligible.
CSAB UT Counselling & Seat Allotment 2019
The candidates who will qualify JEE Main 2019 are offered admission through CSAB UT 2019 counselling. The candidates meeting the eligibility criteria had to register for CSAB UT 2019. After the successful registration, the candidates had to fill their preferred choice of colleges and courses from the seat matrix which has been published. The registered candidates are allotted according to their merit (which will be determined on the basis of Common Merit List), preference and availability of seat. Allotted candidates have to report to their respective institutes for document verification, payment of fees and completion of admission formalities.
Steps of CSAB UT Counselling 2019
Candidates can check the step by step procedure of CSAB UT counselling 2019 given below:
Step 1- Registration: The first step is to register online by entering the required details. Candidates had to fill and submit the application form which was released in online mode.
Step 2- Choice Filling: Candidates had to fill the choice of colleges and courses as shown in the seat matrix in order of their preference.
Step 3- Allotment of seats: Candidates are allotted seats on the basis of merit based on CRL Rank only. It must be noted that the seat allotment for CSAB UT 2019 is done only for the remaining seats, after deducting the seats filled in normal course of allotment in home state quota from the total supernumerary seats for that Union Territory.
Step 4- Reporting at the allotted institute: After the allotment, candidates have to report at the allotted institute for document verification, fee payment and completion of admission formalities. It must be noted that rules regarding category, PwD, Age, State of Eligibility, Qualifications, Original documents, restrictions etc. are the same as JoSAA 2019 rules.
If any candidate has deposited 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 candidates) then he/she will have to pay the balance fee (deducting the initial fee) at the time of reporting at the allotted institute.
In case, no initial fee has been deposited then the whole amount has to be paid at the time of reporting to the allotted institute
CSAB UT 2019- Seat Matrix
Candidates can check the seat matrix of CSAB UT 2019 from the table below:
Dadar Nagar Haveli
Daman & Diu
Lakshadweep & Kandvi
Andaman & Nicobar Islands
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It means you are General Person with disabilities candidate and for you people 3% seats are reserved. And in practically it gives you great chance to get a seat in any government field (May be not in defence).
Cut off marks of last year JEE mains
Unreserved general category had eligibility cutoff as 74 marks in JEE mains where as GENERAL PWD had 19 marks as cutoff... So you need to score 80 and above.. To be on a stage to crack NIT.
See for Gen PwD it is just 19 marks means if you correct just 5,6 questions then you will clear JEE mains and for just Gen they need to correct at least around 30 questions to clear JEE mains. Hope you getting this difference. But i suggest you do not take it as advantage and study less.. Please study well and try to get such marks that you do not need any type of reservation to get any seat.
Best wishes. Thank you.
You can take admission in IIIT delhi through UCEED other than jee mains. But there are very few seats through this channel. For more detail visit this link
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Hearing problem is also counted under pwd quota. But in case you are completely deaf than, under reservation you can get the admission, but you will not be able to follow the lecture. You will need to cover the whole sllybus by your own.
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