JAC Delhi 2018

JAC DelhiJAC Delhi 2018 – The registration of JAC Delhi 2018 will open in online mode tentatively in 2nd week of June 2018. To access the registration form of JAC Delhi 2018, candidates need to first pay the registration cum counselling fee. Next, the candidate has to log in and fill in all details, and also participate in choice filling and locking. During choice filling, one must fill as many choices as possible in order of preference. There are four participating institutes of JAC Delhi 2018, viz., DTU, IGDTUW, NSIT, and IIIT-D. Admission to B.Tech/B.E. courses at DTU, NSIT and IGDTUW will be conducted based on JEE Main 2018 All India Rank in Paper-I. III-D, however, in addition to JEE Main 2018 rank, will award bonus marks to candidates for excellence in areas like sports and culture. B. Arch admissions at IGDTUW, meanwhile, will be offered based on JEE Main 2018 All India Rank in Paper-II. The registration process will end around the fourth week of June. Only those candidates who get registered and participate in the choice filling process will be considered for seat allotment of JAC Delhi. Counselling for JAC Delhi will be conducted in six rounds, but an additional Spot round might be held if vacant seats are left. Also, no fresh registrations for JAC Delhi 2018 will be allowed in subsequent rounds after Round I, except for Spot round.

 

JAC Delhi 2018 – Quick Facts

Particulars

Details

Admission Name

Joint Admission Counselling, Delhi

Short Name

JAC, Delhi

Admission Type:

UG

Admission Category

 State Level

Conducting Authority

Joint Admission Counselling Committee, Delhi

Mode of Application

Online

JAC Delhi Important Dates 2018

 

The important dates of JAC Delhi 2018 will help the candidate keep track of all the important events related to the admission process. Also, the admission committee may change the date of a previously-scheduled event, so candidate must keep checking the dates on regular basis.

 

Important Dates of JAC Delhi 2018

S.No.

Event

Date

1

Start of Online Registration and Choice Filling  

Second week of June 2018

2

Last date to pay registration-cum-counselling fee (Through SBI E-challan)

Fourth week of June 2018

3

Last date to pay registration-cum-counselling fee (Through net banking/credit/debit card)

Fourth week of June 2018

4

Registration and choice filling ends

Fourth week of June 2018

5

Document Verification

Fourth week of June 2018

6

Seat Allotment - Round I

Last week of June 2018

7

Seat Allotment - Round II

First week of July 2018

8

Seat Allotment - Round III

Second week of July 2018

9

Seat Allotment - Round IV

Second week of July 2018

10

Seat Allotment - Round V

Third week of July 2018

11

Seat Allotment - Round VI

Third week of July 2018

12

Deadline for Withdrawal of Admission

Third week of July 2018

13

Spot Round

Last week of July 2018

JAC Delhi Eligibility Criteria 2018

 

Candidates seeking admission to undergraduate engineering programmes at the participating institutes need to meet the JAC Delhi 2018 eligibility criteria mandated by the concerned authorities. Eligibility criteria of JAC Delhi 2018 that candidate needs to fulfill include that of qualifying exam, qualifying marks, and age limit. Also, since eligibility criteria may vary across participating institutes, the candidate needs to be careful to refer to the relevant one.

 

Qualifying Exam

  • The candidate must have passed 10+2 conducted by CBSE Delhi or any equivalent exam, including Indian School Certificate Examination.

Note: Candidates who have the qualifying exam in compartmental will not be eligible for admission.

 

Qualifying Marks

Universities / Institute

Course

Minimum Marks

DTU, IGDTUW and NSIT

B. E. / B.Tech.

Candidates need to score minimum aggregate of 60% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics, with English as a subject of study. The candidate also needs to pass each of these subjects separately

IGDTUW

B.Arch.

The minimum aggregate requirement is 50%, with a pass in Mathematics.

IIIT-D

B. Tech.

The candidate must score at least 80% aggregate marks in best of five subjects, including Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Additionally, candidate must obtain 80% in Mathematics.

Age Criteria

 

Candidate must conform to JAC Delhi 2018 eligibility criteria as per the institute they are applying to:

  • DTU and IIIT-D: The lower and upper age limits are 17 years and 25 years, respectively, as on October 1, 2018.

  • NSIT and IGDTUW: Candidates of all ages can apply.

JAC Delhi Application Form 2018

 

The registration or application form of JAC Delhi 2018 will open tentatively in the second week of June 2018. The link to fill the JAC Delhi 2018 application form will be updated on this page once it is available. Candidates will have to get registered before the start of JAC Delhi counselling 2018; no registration will be allowed during counselling rounds, except Spot Round. To participate in Spot round, new registration is allowed, but with a participation fee of Rs. 10000 in addition to application fee.

 

Before filling the application form, candidates must ensure they meet the prescribed eligibility criteria, as otherwise the application form will be rejected. Also, only genuine information must be entered for filling the form.

 

How to fill JAC Delhi 2018 Application Form?

 

To successfully fill the JAC Delhi 2018 application form, the candidate needs to go through multiple steps like registration, payment of a non-refundable registration cum counselling fee, and upload of images. The steps to fill application form of JAC Delhi 2018 are given below.

 

Step 1: Payment of Registration-cum-Counselling fee

 

To be able to access the JAC Delhi 2018 application form, the candidate will have to first pay the applicable fee of Rs. 1400 (excluding bank charges).

 

The candidate can initiate the fee submission process by entering the following details:

  • JEE Main 2018 Roll No.

  • Valid e-mail ID and mobile number

Mode of Payment: The candidate can pay the application fee in two ways:

  • Through BillDesk Payment Gateway using Credit / Debit Card / Internet Banking

  • Through SBI Collect using Net-Banking/Credit/ Debit cards and Cash using e-Challan

Step 2: Online Registration

 

Upon payment of the registration-cum-counselling fee, the candidate will next have to fill the JAC Delhi 2018 application form. To fill the application form, the candidate must click on the “New Registration” link.

 

The candidates next have to enter the following details to access the JAC Delhi 2018 application form:

  • JEE Main 2018 Roll No

  • Date of Birth

  • Nationality

  • Class 12th Pass certificate

The candidate will also need to enter other basic details and choose a password to complete the registration process. The JEE Main 2018 roll number will be the user ID of the candidate.

 

Step 3: Log in to fill choices

 

Using the user ID and chosen password, the candidate must log-in to fill choices. It is advisable the candidate fills as many choices as possible in the order of preference. Depending on the eligibility of the candidate, available seat information will be displayed, which the candidate can use to decide on the best options. While filling choices, the candidate will also be able to see the fee structure and branches of each participating institute.

 

Step 3: Locking of choices

 

Once the registration period is over, choices will automatically get locked. The candidate must take a printout of the filled choices after choice filling ends for a particular round. 

 

JAC Delhi Reservation Criteria 2018

 

Allotment of undergraduate engineering seatsat the participating institutes will be as per the JAC Delhi 2018 reservation criteria. The category-wise reservation of seats is given in the table below.

 

Reservation Criteria for JAC Delhi 2018

Category

Percentage

Scheduled Caste (SC)

15 %

Scheduled Tribe (ST)

7.5 %

Other Backward Class (OBC- NCL)

27%

In addition to reservation for the major categories mentioned above, each of the institutes will also have reservation for sub-categories like ‘Defence’ and ‘Differently Abled Person.’

 

Region-wise distribution of seats

 

In addition to category-wise reservation, region-wise distribution of seats is also done. Depending on the region the candidate belongs to, a certain percentage of seats are reserved for each category.

Region

Reservation of Seats

Delhi Region Candidates

85% of seats are reserved for candidates who have passed the qualifying examination from a recognized institute located within the National Capital Territory (NCT) of Delhi

Outside Delhi Region Candidates

Remaining 15% seats are available for outside Delhi candidates

Other

In case of candidates who have passed the qualifying examination from Patrachar Vidyalaya, Delhi / National Institute of Open School, Delhi (NIOS), the location of the exam centre will decide the category of candidate

If the exam cente is located in NCT, the candidate will be considered under Delhi region, otherwise Outside Delhi Region.

JAC Delhi Counselling 2018

 

The counselling of JAC Delhi 2018 will be held tentatively from the second week of June onwards. JAC Delhi 2018 counselling process will include steps like payment of counselling fee, registration, filling and locking of choices, and seat allotment. Candidates must bear in mind that to participate in the JAC Delhi 2018 counselling process, it is mandatory to get registered before Round I of counselling starts. Otherwise, the candidate will not be able to participate in any subsequent rounds of counselling, bar Spot round.

 

JAC Delhi 2018 counselling will be conducted centrally in six rounds; the final Spot round will only be held if there are vacant seats left after the six rounds. Also for Spot round, fresh registrations will be invited.

 

To participate in JAC Delhi counselling 2018, the candidate must pay the registration-cum-counselling fee of Rs. 1400 (plus bank charges). After fee payment, the candidates have to get registered, and fill and lock choices. Eligible candidates will be then called for document verification process. Only if a candidate successfully completes the verification process would he/she be considered for seat allotment.

 

The choices entered by the candidate during online registration, along with their JEE Main ranks, will be considered for seat allotment during the centralized counselling. Candidates who are allotted seats, will need to take printout of the Online Provisional Admission letter by logging into their individual accounts. The candidate will then have to pay the applicable admission fee and report to the allotted institute.

 

Payment of initial Admission fee: Candidates who have been allotted seats need to pay an initial admission fee of Rs. 75,000. The payment can be made either online or through SBI e-challan at any SBI branch.

 

Admission Process of JAC Delhi 2018

 

To beconsidered for admission, the candidate needs to have qualified JEE Main 2018. However, depending on whether the candidate wants to pursue B.E./B.Tech programme or B.Arch, the requirement may vary as to which paper the candidate needs to appear.

 

JAC Delhi 2018 Admission Process

Universities / Institute

Course

Admission Criteria

DTU, IGDTUW and NSIT

B. E. / B. Tech.

Based on All India Rank in JEE (Main) - 2018 Paper-1

IGDTUW

B.Arch.

On the basis of All India Rank in JEE (Main) - 2017 Paper-2.

IIIT-D

B. Tech.

On the basis of total marks obtained in of JEE Main 2018 Paper-1 and bonus marks for achievements in various areas like Olympiads, Sports, Culture, Chess, Innovation, etc.

JAC Delhi Seat Allotment 2018

 

The seat allotment of JAC Delhi 2018 will commence after the choice filling period ends. Eligible candidates will be considered for JAC Delhi 2018 seat allotment, apart from other parameters, based on their All India Merit Rank in JEE Main 2018. For admission to B.E./B.Tech courses, merit in JEE Main 2018 Paper 1 will be considered, while for B.Arch course, merit in Paper II will be taken into account. JAC Delhi 2018 seat allotment will be conducted in six rounds, but if there are vacant seats left, an Spot round will be conducted.

 

In case of candidates who have opted for both B.E. / B.Tech. and B.Arch., the allotment will be done based on the order of preference opted by the candidate.

 

JAC Delhi Result 2018

 

The result of JAC Delhi 2018 seat allotment would be announced by the admission committee after the end of each round of counselling, as per the counselling schedule. To check JAC Delhi result 2018, the candidate may log into his/her account. If seat has been allotted, a provisional seat allotment letter would be sent to the candidate, which the candidate must download and get a printout of. The allotment of seats is purely provisional and is subject to verification of documents and payment of the applicable admission fee. To log-in, the candidates have to use their JEE Main Roll Number and password chosen at the time of registration.

 

JAC Delhi Merit List 2018

 

Admission to undergraduate engineering seats at NSIT, DTU and IGDTUW will be purely based on All India Rank (AIR) of candidates in respective papers in JEE Main 2018 examination. There will be no separate JAC Delhi 2018 merit list.

 

However, for admission to B.Tech courses offered by IIIT Delhi, in addition to total marks obtained by the candidate in Paper I of JEE Main 2018, bonus marks will also be counted to prepare the final merit list of JAC Delhi 2018. For the purpose, the total marks obtained by the candidate in Paper I will be converted to a base of 100. The maximum bonus marks awarded will be 10. In case two or more candidates obtain the same marks, the candidate with higher rank in JEE Main 2018 will be placed higher in the JAC Delhi merit list 2018. 

 

JAC Delhi Cutoff 2018

 

The cutoff of JAC Delhi 2018 would be prepared institute-wise and would be determined based on the choices entered by the candidate, apart from the JEE Main 2018 All India Rank of the candidate. The JAC Delhi 2018 cutoff may vary from one branch to another and also across institutes, depending on multiple factors like the number of sanctioned seats, applications received for admission, and cutoff trends of previous years. The JAC Delhi cutoff 2018 would help the tell the candidate which course are in most demand and his/her chances of admission.

 

JAC Delhi Participating Institutes 2018

 

There are four participating institutes of JAC Delhi that offer admission to B.E /B.Tech and B.Arch courses. Of the four institutes, only IGDTUW offers B.Arch courses and that too to only female candidates. DTU and IIIT-D, both offer B.Tech courses. The last of the four JAC Delhi 2018 participating institutes, NSIT offers B.E programmes.

 

JAC Delhi 2018 Participating Institutes

Institute

Courses

Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology Delhi (IIIT-D)

B. Tech Courses

  1. Mechanical Engineering with Specialization in Automotive Engineering (MAM)

  2. Bio-Technology (BT)

  3. Civil Engineering (CE)

  4. Computer Engineering (COE)

  5. Electronics & Communications Engineering (ECE)

  6. Electrical Engineering (EE)

  7. Environmental Engineering (ENE)

  8. Engineering Physics (EP)

  9. Information Technology (IT)

  10. Mathematics and Computing (MCE)

  11. Mechanical Engineering (ME)

  12. Polymer Science & Chemical Tech (PCT)

  13. Production & Industrial Engineering (PIE)

  14. Software Engineering (SE)

Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for Women (IGDTUW)

B.Tech Courses

 

1.Computer Science & Engineering (CSE)

2.Electronics & Communication Engineering (ECE)

3.Information Technology(IT)

4.Mechanical & Automation Engineering (MAE)

 

B.Arch

 

1. Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch.)

Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology (NSIT)

B. Tech Course

  1. Computer Science & Engineering (CSE)

  2. Electronics & Communication Engineering (ECE)

  3. Computer Science & Applied Mathematics (CSAM)

  4. Computer Science and Design (CSD)

  5. Information Technology & Social Sciences (ITSS)

Delhi Technological University (DTU)

B.E Courses

  1. Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE)

  2. Computer Engineering (COE)

  3. Information Technology (IT)

  4. Instrumentation and Control Engineering (ICE)

  5. Mechanical Engineering (ME)

  6. Manufacturing Processes and Automation Engineering (MPAE)

  7. Bio-Technology(BT)

Note: The information given above is based on last year’s admission brochure and will be updated once the new brochure is available.

 

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