JAC Delhi 2019: Joint Admission Counselling Committee, Delhi, will conduct the admission process of JAC Delhi 2019 for admission to B.Tech/ B.E and B.Arch courses at the four particiating institutes – DTU, IGDTUW, NSIT, and IIIT-D. The online counselling registration -cum- application form of JAC Delhi 2019 will open tentatively in the 3rd week of June 2019. To register for JAC Delhi 2019, the candidate has to first pay the counselling-cum-registration fee of Rs. 1500, and then proceed to fill and lock choices. The allotment of seats for JAC Delhi 2019 will be based on the choices entered by the candidates and also their JEE Main merit rank. For admission to B.Tech/ B.E courses merit rank of candidate in JEE Main Paper I will be considerd, whereas for B.Arch course, rank obtained in Paper II will be considered. Please note that IIIT-D, in addition to JEE Main scores, has provision of bonus marks for excellence in the field of culture, sports, etc. There will be a total of six seat allotment rounds, with JAC Delhi applicants having to register only once at the start of registration. However for spot round, which will be held only if there are vacant seats left, new registrations will be allowed. Go through the remaining article to know the full details of JAC Delhi 2019.
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JAC Delhi 2019 – Key Highlights
Joint Admission Counselling, Delhi
Joint Admission Counselling Committee, Delhi
Channel of Admission
Based on JEE Main 2019 Rank
Mode of Application
JAC Delhi Admission Dates 2019
Candidates should keep themselves updated about the schedule of events related to the admission process by consulting the JAC Delhi 2019 admission dates given here. This will ensure the candidate has enough time in their hands to prepare for the events, instead of rushing through things and making a mistake. The JAC Delhi important dates given for various events in the table below are tentative in nature – the information will be updated once the official notification is released.
Important Dates of JAC Chandigarh 2019
Online registration and choice filling starts
3rd week of June, 2019
Last date to pay registration fee
4th week of June, 2019
Last date for registration and choice filling
4th week of June, 2019
Start of document verification
4th week of June, 2019
Start of counselling process
Last week of June, 2019
JAC Delhi Eligibility Criteria 2019
The eligibility criteria of JAC Delhi 2019 comprise the set of conditions prescribed by the respective participating institutes for admission to B.Tech programmes offered by them. And since the JAC Delhi eligibility criteria is institute-specific, the candidate needs to check the relevant eligibility criteria of the institute they are applying to. For example, to be eligible for admission to a B.Tech course at NSIT candidate needs minimum 60% marks, while the minimum marks for admission at IIIT D is 80% marks in aggregate.
JAC Delhi 2019 Eligibility criteria
Qualifying Exam: The candidate needs to have passed 10+2 conducted by CBSE, CISCE or an equivalent exam. Candidates who have passed the qualifying exam in compartment will not be considered eligible for admission.
Minimum marks and subject combination: Depending on the institute and also the course the candidate is applying to, the eligibility criteria may vary as discussed below.
B. E. / B. Tech. Course
NSIT, IGDTUW and DTU: The candidate must score at least 60% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics taken together. English must be one of the compulsory subjects in the qualifying exam. The candidate also needs to pass each of the above subjects individually.
IIIT D: The candidate needs to score at least 80% aggregate marks in the best of five subjects, with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as compulsory subjects. The candidate also needs to score minimum 80% marks individually in Mathematics.
B. Arch. Course
IGDTUW: The candidate must have scored minimum aggregate 50% marks in 10+2 with Maths and English as compulsory subjects. Additionally, the candidate must have passed each subject individually.
DTU and IIIT-D: The candidate must be no younger than 17 years and elder than 25 years, as on October 1, 2019.
NSIT and IGDTUW: There is no age limit.
JAC Delhi Reservation Criteria 2019
A certain percentage of seats in each programme will be set aside for candidates belonging to SC, ST and OBC – NCL categories. To fill these seats, the respective category-wise merit lists will be considered. Also, seat reserved for one category will not be available for other categories, including open category.
Reservation Criteria for JAC Delhi 2019
In addition, there is horizontal reservation for Defence and PwD sub-categories – 5% for each sub-category – in each of the above categories, including open.
Region-wise distribution of seats
JAC Delhi also reserves seats based on the region the candidate belongs to, for example Delhi region or outside Delhi region. Candidates from Delhi region will be eligible for 85% of available seats, while remaining 15% are reserved for outside Delhi candidates. Refer the table below for the full details.
JAC Delhi 2019 – Region-wise distribution of seats
Reservation of Seats
Delhi Region Candidates
Of the total available seats, 85% seats will be reserved for candidates passing the qualifying examination from an institute located in National Capital Territory (NCT) of Delhi.
Outside Delhi Region Candidates
Outside Delhi candidates can contest for the remaining 15% seats
If a candidate has passed the qualifying examination from Patrachar Vidyalaya, Delhi / National Institute of Open School, Delhi (NIOS), the location of the exam centre will be used for deciding which category the candidate belongs to.
For exam centres located in NCT, the candidate will be considered under Delhi region, re else he/she will fall in Outside Delhi category.
JAC Delhi application form 2019
The online counselling registration -cum- application form of JAC Delhi 2019 will open tentatively in the 3rd week of June 2018. All eligible candidates are required to register before the start of counselling session – no candidate will be allowed to register in the middle of seat allotment rounds, except for spot round. For spot round, fresh registration will be invited. To fill the JAC Delhi 2019 application form, candidates have to go through the steps mentioned below.
How to fill JAC Delhi application form 2019
Payment of Application Fees – To start the application process, the candidate has to first pay the application fee of Rs. 1500, which can be paid both online and offline. To initiate the fee payment, candidates will have to submit their JEE Main 2019 roll number and name.
Registration – The candidate has to next fill the form with details pertaining to JEE Main exam, date of birth, academic qualifications, etc. The candidate will also have to upload photograph and signature in the prescribed format in this step. Upon successfully filling these details, applicant login will be created.
Login to fill choices – The candidate has to log-in to newly created account to fill choices, which have to be entered in the order of preference. It is recommended that candidates fill as many choices as possible to improve their chances of getting a higher preferred seat.
Locking of choices – The candidate will have to next lock the choices, or the system will automatically lock the last filled choices once the last date expires.
Submission of Application Form – Ensure that the application form is complete in all respects before submitting it.
Admission Process of JAC Delhi 2018
The admission process is not uniform across the participating institutes and there can be some differences, for example IIIT-D in addition to considering JEE Main scores also awards bonus marks for excellence in sports, culture, etc. Again, while JEE Main qualification is mandatory for admission, the paper candidate needs to qualify in will vary depending on whether the candidate is applying to B.E/B.Tech or B.Arch programme. Refer the table below for full details.
JAC Delhi 2018 Admission Process
DTU, IGDTUW and NSIT
B. E. / B. Tech.
Based on All India Rank of candidate in JEE Main 2019 - Paper 1
On the basis of All India Rank of candidate in JEE Main - 2019 Paper 2.
Seat allotment will done based on following two parameters:
JAC Delhi Counselling 2019
The admission conducting authority will conduct the counselling of JAC Delhi 2019 tentatively from the last week of June 2019 onwards. The counselling process will be centralized and held in online mode, except for the document verification process for which candidates have to be present in person.
There will be a total of six seat allotment rounds, after which a spot round may also be held in case there are vacant seats left. For participating in JAC Delhi 2019 counselling rounds 1-6, the candidate needs to fill the application/ counselling form register only once, at the start of counselling. However, for spot round new registrations will be accepted.
Candidates who are short-listed for counselling will be invited for the document verification – with only those who successfully get their documents verified being considered for seat allotment. JAC Delhi seat allotment will be based on the merit rank of the candidates and choices entered by them. Please note the JAC Delhi merit list 2019 for B.E/B.Tech candidates will be prepared based on their JEE Main 2019 Paper I ranks, while the merit list for B.Arch will be drawn based on JEE Main Paper I ranks.
Admission fee: Candidates who have been offered a seat will have to make an initial payment of Rs. 75,000 as admission fee. Payment will be accepted both online and offline. Offline payment can be made by first downloading the SBI e-challan and making the payment at any nearby SBI branch.
JAC Delhi Seat Allotment 2019
There will be six JAC Delhi 2019 seat allotment rounds. Registration for participating in seat allotment will open around the 3rd week of June, with candidates having to register using their email id, mobile number and important JEE Main details. During registration, the candidate has to enter and lock choices of courses and institute, and also pay the counselling fee. Allotment of seats will be based on these entered choices and also the merit rank of the candidate. Please note there will be separate merit lists for B.Tech and B.Arch candidates. Additionally, each merit list will have sub-lists based on category of the candidate. If there are vacant seats left after the six rounds of JAC Delhi 2019 counselling and seat allotment, a spot round also be held. During spot round, fresh registration will be invited.
In such cases where the candidate has opted for both B.Tech and B.Arch courses, the allotment will be made based on preference opted by the candidate and also availability of seats.
JAC Delhi Cutoff 2019
Admission authorities will release the cutoff of JAC Delhi 2019 after the end of each seat allotment round. Also, the JAC Delhi 2019 cutoff will be course and category-specific and will be released separately for all the four participating institutes. The cutoff is determined based on parameters like the number of applicants and total sanctioned seats for the programme. The JAC Delhi cutoff is usually last rank for which admission is offered for a round, so candidates must score at least equal to or more than the declared cutoff to have a good chance of admission. Since the cutoff of JAC Delhi 2019 will be available at the time of counselling, candidates in the mean time can check the cutoffs of previous years to get how it looks like and what kind of scores they will need to be in contention.
Please note the participating institutes, in addition to the cutoff released after each seat allotment round, may also release the base cutoff, below which no candidate will be offered admission.
Base cutoff for IGDTUW - Click here
JAC Delhi 2018 Cutoff
JAC Delhi Cutoff 2017
JAC Delhi Merit List 2019
In case of NSIT, DTU and IGDTUW, there will be no separate JAC Delhi 2019 merit lists that will be prepared, as admission will be solely based on the rank of the candidate in JEE Main 2019. For admission to B.Tech/B.E programme AIR of the candidate in Paper I will be considered, while for B.Arch courses rank obtained in Paper II will be used.
However IIIT Delhi in addition to using the JEE Main marks of the candidate (which will be converted to a base of 100), will also award bonus marks if the candidate has shown excellence in the field of sports, culture, etc. In case two or more candidates score the same points, the candidate with higher rank in JEE Main 2019 will be placed higher.
Merit list of IIIT Delhi 2018 – Click here
JAC Delhi Participating Institutes 2019
The participating institutes of JAC Delhi 2019 are institutes that will participate in the B.E /B.Tech and B.Arch admission process conducted by Joint Admission Counselling Committee, Delhi. In all there are four JAC Delhi 2019 participating institutes, al of whom will offer admission on the basis of JEE Main 2019 scores. For admission to B.E/ B.Tech courses, rank of the candidate in Paper I of JEE Main will be considered, while for admission to B.Arch course rank in Paper II will be taken into account.
Participating Institutes of JAC Delhi 2019
B. Tech Courses
B. Tech Course
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