JEE Main Counselling & Seat Allotment 2020 - Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) is the conducting body of JEE Main 2020 counselling & seat allotment process. The counselling and seat allotment of JEE Main 2020 will be conducted by JoSAA tentatively from June 17 to last week of July in online mode. Candidates will have to register on the official website of JoSAA to participate in the JEE Main Counselling and Seat Allotment 2020. Initially, JoSAA will conduct two mock rounds followed by seven rounds of counselling. There mock rounds of JEE Main will help students to know the seats that they will be allotted based on their choices filling. The seat allotment process will be done on the basis of the choices filled by candidates during JoSAA 2020 registration. Read this full article to know more about JEE Main counselling and seat allotment 2020.
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Important Dates of JEE Main 2020 Counselling & Seat Allotment

Events

Tentative Date

Start of Registration and Choice Filling

June 17, 2020

Commencement of Choice Filling for AAT 2020

3rd week of June 2020

Display of Mock Seat Allocation-1

4th week of June 2020

Display of Mock Seat Allocation-2

4th week of June 2020

End of JoSAA 2020 Registration and Choice Filling

Last week of June 2020

Seat allocation - Round 1

Last week of June 2020

Seat allocation - Round 2

1st week of July 2020

Seat allocation - Round 3

2nd week of July 2020

Seat allocation - Round 4

2nd week of July 2020

Seat allocation - Round 5

3rd week of July 2020

Seat allocation - Round 6

3rd week of July 2020

Seat allocation - Round 7

4th week of July 2020

JEE Main 2019 Seat Matrix of IITs, NITs, IIITs and GFTIs:

Candidates who are looking for the seat matrix of JEE Main can get the complete details from the table given below.

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S.No

Institute name

Total no. of seats

1

Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs)

13,583

2

National Institutes of Technology (NITs)

21,133

3

Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs)

4713

4

Government-funded Technical Institutes (GFTIs)

5806

JEE Main Counselling and Seat Allotment 2020

Candidates can get the details about JEE Main 2020 counselling and seat allotment for different category candidates in different institutes from the table given below.

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Institution Name

Categories


For Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs)

All India

Open for all candidates

Institution Name

Home State

Other State

For National Institutes of Technology (NITs)

Open only for those candidates who have the same state code of eligibility as that of the institute.

Candidates not from the home state will belong to the other state.

For Government Funded Technical Institutes (GFTIs)

  • For Assam University - All India and home state candidates

  • For Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, Ranchi and IIEST Shibpur - candidates from home state and other states.

  • Other GFTIs - Only All India candidates

Procedure of JEE Main Counselling & Seat Allotment 2020

The following are the steps to be followed by the candidates while participating in the counselling and seat allotment of JEE Main 2020.

Step-1: Registration - First the candidates will have to register in the JoSAA web portal to participate in the JEE Main 2020 counselling and seat allotment process.

Step-2: Choice Filling & Locking - They will have to lock their college preferences and B.Tech courses. The seats will be allocated to the candidates on the basis of choices filled.

Step-3: Seat Allotment Process - Students will be allocated seats based on the availability of seats, preference & merit of the candidates. However, the mock allotment will be conducted by the exam authorities in two rounds before the actual seat allotment process.

Step-4: Fee Payment & Seat Acceptance - After the completion of the seat allotment process, they will have to select any one of the following options.

  • Float: If a candidate wishes to keep the allotted seat and also want to upgrade their seat, they can choose this option.

  • Freeze: In case, candidates are satisfied with their allocated seats and do not want to participate in further rounds of counselling, they can select this option.

  • Slide: If candidates wish to accept the allotted seat and want to upgrade the programme in the same institute, they can select this option.

  • Withdraw: If any candidates have already accepted the seat allotted, they may withdraw the seat by reporting at the allotted institute before the final round of seat allotment.

Mode of Fee Payment - SBI Net Banking or e-Challan

Fee Details -

S.No

Categories

Fees (Rs.)

1

SC/ ST/ ST-PwD/ SC-PwD/ OBC-NCL-PwD/ GEN-PwD

20000

2

Others candidates

45000

Step-5: Documents/Certificate Verification - After successful fee payment, candidates will have to verify their documents at the nearest help centres.

Documents needed at the time of verification:

  • JoSAA seat allotment letter (Provisional)

  • Three passport size photographs (the same as uploaded during registration)

  • Photo identity card

  • Proof of fee payment (seat acceptance)

  • Proof of Date of birth

  • JEE Main 2020 Admit Card

  • Class 12 Mark sheet

  • JEE Main Result/Score Card 2020

  • Category certificate (if applicable)

Step-6: Final reporting at the allocated Institution - Finally, the candidates will have to report at the allotted institute and pay the balance fees in the institute, confirm the admission after the verification process is completed.

JEE Main 2020 Special Round Counselling - The Central Seat Allocation Board (CSAB) will conduct a special round counselling after the conclusion of JoSAA 2020 seat allotment process for admission to vacant seats in IIITs, NITs and GFTIs. Candidates who will secure a valid JEE Main score are eligible for the seat allotment process. CSAB 2020 registration for special round counselling will commence tentatively from the last week of July in online mode.

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kya fab 2020 ka bna obc (ncl) certificate jee advance 2020 ke liye valid h. please tell.

Anantika Kushwaha 4th Apr, 2020
Hello Aspirant,

No, a OBC-NCL certificate issued before April 1, 2020 is not considered.

A valid OBC-NCL certificate issued on or after 1st April, 2020 should be uploaded for the JEE Advanced 2020 examination in order to avail the category benefits.
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i got 97.2% in jee main barch in jan. can you calculate and show me the average chance for which nit i get

Aniket Sharma 4th Apr, 2020

hi Sinan,

For 97.2 percentile your rank should be around 28k or at least in the range of 25k - 30k. If you are a general candidate, for this rank you may not get good NIT, even if you get it you will not get good branch. You need  state quota to get lower branch in topmost NIT. You can get NIT Trichy - Production Engineering(if you have home state quota). NIT Warangal - Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, Biotech(if you have state quota).   NIT Rourkela - Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, Mining Engineering, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, Mining Engineering, Bio Medical Engineering, Bio Technology, Ceramic Engineering(for other state) and if you have home state you can also get chemical and civil also.

NIT Surathkal - Mining, Metallurgical and Materials, Civil Engineering.(if you have home state quota). NIT Allahabad - Biotech(if you have home state quota).

If you want top branches like cse, it , ece, ee then you may get it in lower NITs if you have stae quota for those NITs.

I hope this answer will help!!
All the best for the future!!



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I have scored 86 percentile in Jee Jan 2020. I belong to general category.Suggest me some good colleges.

Aman Raj Student Expert 4th Apr, 2020

Hello Zaid

Considering the rank formula, your rank will be around 1.25 Lakh.

So, on the basis of last year cutoffs you can get these colleges:

Silicon,GL Bajaj, Galgotias, LNCT, JECRC, CV Raman(bbsr)

JAYPEE NOIDA

UIET CHANDIGARH

UPES DEHRADUN

Galgotia University

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If one qualifies Jee main , then what to do next?

Aditi Amrendra Student Expert 4th Apr, 2020
Hello.


After qualifying JEE mains, you should start preparing for JEE advance.Time is very less for preparation but you should give your best in preparation for advance.Meanwhile you should register in JoSAA counselling where you will be allotted seat in engineering colleges based in your score of JEE mains.

I hope this helps.
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I have got 88 percentile in jee January session and is this mark required for attempting jee advance in the total cut off or should I attempt april jee test also and secure good marks

Rahul ke 4th Apr, 2020
Hello Aspirant, Last year JEE Advanced qualifying cutoff for different categories are

General - 89.75

Gen EWS - 78.21

OBC Category - 74.31

SC Candidate - 54.01

ST Candidate - 44.33

PWD Candidate - 0.11

This year also similar trend will occur, the cutoff will be close to this only, it may change 1-2 percentile.So with 88,if you are a General Candidate then you are not eligible for JEE Advanced.So,If you are other than General candidate then you are eligible for JEE Advanced.

More over you should give JEE Main April as your percentile is very low, 88 percentile corresponds to around 1.3 lakhs rank, with this rank you will not get any NIT, so you should try for JEE Main April.
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