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JoSAA 2019 - The seventh round seat allocation result of JoSAA 2019 has been announced by the JoSAA authorities. Candidates can check their allotment status and download their provisional allotment if any by logging into the candidate portal. The authorities have also released the cutoff in the form of opening and closing rank for each programme and each institute. The registration process for JoSAA 2019 was closed on June 25. Candidates who have qualified JEE Mains or Advanced 2019 had to register for JoSAA 2019 for participating in the counselling and admission process. The admission process for admissions in 23 IITs, 31 NITs, 25 IIITs and 28 Other-Government Funded Technical Institutes (Other-GFTIs) is managed by JoSAA. The mock seat allotment was conducted by the authorities on June 22 and June 24 respectively. Seats are being allotted in seven rounds of JoSAA seat allocation 2019 based on their merit and preference of courses and colleges. All JEE Main and JEE Advanced qualified candidates are eligible for admissions into 107 participating institutes. According to the officials, over 38664 undergraduate engineering seats will be open for eligible candidates. Read the full article to know more information about JoSAA 2018.To know in detail about the JoSAA 2019 eligibility criteria, reporting centres, seat allotment etc, read full article.
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JoSAA Important Dates 2019

Particulars

Date

Start of Registration and Choice Filling

June 16, 2019 (10 AM)

Commencement of Choice Filling for AAT 2019

June 21, 2019

Display of Mock Seat Allocation-1 based on the choices filled-in by candidates as on June 21, 2019 (5 PM)

June 22, 2019 (10 AM)

Display of Mock Seat Allocation-2 based on the choices filled-in by candidates as on June 23, 2019 (5 PM)

June 24, 2019 (10 AM)

End of JoSAA 2019 Registration and Choice Filling

June 25, 2019 (5 PM)

Reconciliation of data, seat allocation, verification and validation

June 26, 2019

Seat allocation - Round 1

June 27, 2019 (10 AM)

Round 1 - Document verification and acceptance of seat by reporting at Reporting Centres

June 28 to July 2, 2019 (10 AM to 5 PM)

Display of seats filled/availability status

July 3, 2019 (10 AM)

Seat allocation - Round 2

July 3, 2019 (5 PM)

Round 2 - Document verification and acceptance/withdrawal of seat by reporting at Reporting Centres

July 4 to 5, 2019 (10 AM to 5 PM)

Display of seats filled/availability status

July 6, 2019 (10 AM)

Seat allocation - Round 3

July 6, 2019

Round 3 - Document verification and acceptance/withdrawal of seat by reporting at Reporting Centres

July 7 to 8, 2019 (10 AM to 5 PM)

Display of seats filled/availability status

July 9, 2019 (10 AM)

Seat allocation - Round 4

July 9, 2019 (5 PM)

Round 4 - Document verification and acceptance/withdrawal of seat by reporting at Reporting Centres

July 10 to 11, 2019 (10 AM to 5 PM)

Display of seats filled/availability status

July 12, 2019 (10 AM)

Seat allocation - Round 5

July 12, 2019 (5 PM)

Round 5 - Document verification and acceptance/withdrawal of seat by reporting at Reporting Centres

July 13 to 14, 2019 (10 AM to 5 PM)

Display of seats filled/availability status

July 15, 2019 (10 AM)

Seat allocation - Round 6

July 15, 2019

Round 6 - Document verification and acceptance/withdrawal of seat by reporting at Reporting Centres. Last round for seat withdrawal for IITs

July 16 to 17, 2019 (10 AM to 5 PM)

Display of seats filled/availability status

July 18, 2019 (10 AM)

Seat allocation - Round 7

July 18, 2019

Round 7 - Document verification and acceptance/withdrawal of seat by reporting at Reporting Centres. Last round for seat withdrawal at participating institutes

July 19 to 23, 2019


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JoSAA Opening And Closing rank 2019

What'e New in JoSAA 2019?

  • Increase of participating institutes to 107 with 2 new IIITs and 5 GFTIS joining in 2019 for counselling.
  • Number of seats increase to 38664 across categories and female supernumerary seats in total are 2059
  • Number of EWS seats across all institutes are 2529 excluding 129 EWS PwD seats.
  • EWS seats in IITs are 609, NITs are 1309, IIITs are 290 and GFTIs are 321

JoSAA Eligibility Criteria 2019

There is no specific eligibility criteria of JoSAA 2019. However, candidates appearing for the JoSAA 2019 must satisfy the eligibility criteria of its participating institutes. For admissions into various NITs, IIITs and CFTIs candidates will have to meet the JEE Main 2019 eligibility criteria along with qualifying the examination. While for admissions to IITs candidates have qualify and meet the eligibility criteria of JEE Advanced 2019. Given below is a table which will depict the JoSAA eligibility criteria 2019.

JoSAA 2019 Eligibility Criteria

S.No

Qualifying Examination

Admitting Institutes

1

JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 (B.E/B.Tech)

NITs, IIEST, IIITs and Other GFTIs

2

JEE Main 2019 Paper 2 (B.Arch/B.Planning)

3

JEE Advanced 2019

IITs

JoSAA Registration & Choice Filling 2019

The registration and choice filling of JoSAA 2019 was available from June 16 to 25 in online mode. For the reference of the candidates, mentioned below are steps for registration and choice filling:

Steps for Registration & Choice Filling of JoSAA 2019

Step 1 – Get Register: For registration, candidates had to log-in to their account using their JEE Main 2019 roll number and password. For candidates who had registered for JEE Advanced, then such candidates had to use their JEE Advanced password to log-in. After log-in, candidates had to check all their basic details like, gender, nationality, state code of eligibility contact information etc. Candidates had to check and reconfirm the details. Apart from contact information, no other personal data could be modified during registration.

Step 2 – Filling of Choices: Once the registration was done, candidates had to fill their choices of branches and colleges in order of their preference. As per the candidate’s qualification, the available choices for admission were listed. Once entered the choices, candidates were available to arrange their choices in order of their preference by selecting “Arrange Filled Choices”.

Step 3 – Locking of Choices: Once candidates were done with choice filling, they had to lock their choices and take a print out of the selected options for the future reference.

JoSAA Rank List 2019

After the announcement of JEE Main/Advanced 2019, authorities published the JoSAA 2019 rank list. Based on the categories of candidates and aggregate marks secured in JEE Main/Advanced 2019 JoSAA 2019 rank list is prepared by the authorities. Candidates whose name are listed in rank list were able to register and fill choices for JoSAA 2019 counselling for seat allotment process into the participating institutes.

JoSAA 2019 Rank List

S.No

Categories

Definition

1

Common Rank List

This rank list will consist of the candidates belonging to GEN, GEN-PwD, OBC-NCL, OBC-NCL-PwD, SC, SC-PwD, ST or ST-PwD.

2

Common Rank PwD

General-PwD, OBC-NCL-PwD, SC-PwD, ST-PwD

3

OBC-NCL

OBC-NCL and OBC-NCL PwD candidates

4

OBC-NCL-PwD

OBC-NCL-PwD

5

SC

SC and SC-PwD candidates

6

SC-PwD

SC-PwD

7

ST

ST and ST-PwD candidates

8

ST-PwD

ST-PwD

JoSAA Mock Allotment 2019

The result for first and second round of mock seat allotment was declared on June 22 and June 24 respectively in online mode. Candidates could check their mock allotment result by login to their candidate portal. With the help of mock allotment candidates were able to know their chances in their desired colleges based on their rank and preference. Once knowing this, candidates were able to modify their selected choices of colleges and courses accordingly. After the declaration of mock allotment result, candidates were given enough time to modify their preference.

JoSAA Counselling 2019

The JoSAA 2019 counselling includes the steps like registration, choice filling, mock allotment etc. All the eligible candidates had to register and fill their choices in order of their preference within the given deadline. Based on the mock allotment result candidates were able to modify their preference of course and colleges. The seat allocation is being done in 7 rounds for all qualified candidates. The seat allotment of JoSAA 2019 is done based on the merit of the candidates and his/her selected preferences. Candidates who are allotted seats have to download allotment letter and pay the seat acceptance fees after which they have to report at the reporting centres for document verification. Once the documents are verified, candidates will have to to report to the allotted institute to confirm their seat.

JoSAA Seat Allotment 2019

The seat allotment of JoSAA 2019 is being held in 7 rounds along with the two mock allocation. All seven rounds of seat allocation result has been announced by the authorities. Based on the performance in the qualifying examination (JEE Main or JEE Advanced) and choices filled during registration, all the registered candidates are allocated seats. In order to view the result of seat allotment, candidates have to log-in into their account using their JEE Main roll number and password. Candidates who are allotted seats have to download the provisional allotment letter and pay the seat acceptance fee of Rs. 35,000. Once the seat acceptance fees is done, candidates will have to report to the reporting centre (RC) for document verification. However, if a candidate is not satisfied with the seat allotted to him/her they will have the following options to carry out.

  • Floating: This option is for those candidates who wish to accept the offered seat but also looking for up-gradation if admissions are open in a better/higher preferred institute or course.

  • Freezing: If a candidate exercise this option, it will indicate that candidate has accepted the allotted seats and do not wish to participate in further rounds.

  • Sliding: If this option used, it will mean that candidates has accepted the allotted seat, however, if admissions are open in a better course in the same institute then he/she will go for up-gradation.

Lastly, all the candidates will have to report to their allotted institutes to confirm their admission by paying remaining academic fees. Also, for the reference of candidates mentioned below is the previous year opening and closing ranks of JoSAA.

JoSAA Opening And Closing Rank 2018

JoSAA Cutoff Marks for Class 12 in 2017

CATEGORY-WISE TOP 20-PERCENTILE CUT-OFF MARKS (OUT OF 500) FOR 2017 CLASS XII EXAMINATION (for Admissions to IITs only)



Board


GEN


OBC-NCL

SC


ST


PwD


1


Andhra Pradesh Board of Intermediate Education


474


470


457


452


452


2


Assam Higher Secondary Education Council


364


359


348


300


300


3

Bihar Intermediate Education Council


313


307


300


303


300


4


Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)


431


420


400


385


385


5


Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education


374


380


362


355


355


6


Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations


427


408


391


366


366


7


Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education


370


357


336


316


316


8


Gujarat Secondary Education Board


367


344


336


309


309


9


Haryana Board of Education


406


400


383


303


303


10


Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education


375


361


355


358


355


11


Jammu and Kashmir State Board of School Education


NA


NA


NA


NA


NA


12


Jharkhand AcademicCouncil


318


314


302


290


290


13


Karnataka Board of Pre-University Education


419


400


346


360


346


14


Kerala Board of Public Examinations


446


425


400


396


396


15


Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education


401


390


375


362


362


16


Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education


343


344


326


323


323


17


Manipur Council of Higher Secondary Education


309


310


305


302


302


18


Meghalaya Board of Secondary Education


NA


NA


NA


NA


NA


19


Mizoram Board of School Education


359


342


345


347


342


20


Nagaland Board of School Education


349


362


335


318


318


21


Odisha Council of Higher Secondary Education


331


NA


302


276


276


22


Punjab School Education Board


406


403


388


392


388


23


Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education


401


403


385


379


379


24


Tamil Nadu Board of Higher Secondary Education


425


431


392


383


383


25


Tripura Board of Secondary Education


348


NA


330


304


304


26


Uttar Pradesh Board of High School and Intermediate Education


355


344


331


337


331


27


Uttaranchal Board of School Education


322


320


301


306


301


28


West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education


NA


NA


NA


NA


NA


29


National Institute of Open Schooling


351


338


334


332


332


30


Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi


NA


NA


NA


NA


NA


31


Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh


400


NA


NA


NA


400


32


Dayalbagh Educational Institute, Agra


469


418


452


378


378


33


Banasthali Vidyapeeth,Rajasthan


429


421


387


NA


387


34


Rajiv Gandhi University of Knowledge Technologies,Hyderabad


NA


NA


NA


NA


NA


35


Haryana Open School, Bhiwani


NA


NA


NA


NA


NA


36


Telangana Board of Secondary Education


467


464


454


456


454


JoSAA Cutoff Marks for Class 12 in 2018

CATEGORY-WISE TOP 20-PERCENTILE CUT-OFF MARKS (OUT OF 500) FOR 2018 CLASS XII EXAMINATION (for Admissions to IITs only)



Board


GEN


OBC-

NCL

SC


ST


PwD


1


Andhra Pradesh Board of Intermediate Education


468


464

450

447

447


2


Assam Higher Secondary Education Council


360


357

346

323

323

3

Bihar Intermediate Education Council


293


287

279

284

279

4


Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)


432


424

410

390

390

5


Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education


NA


NA

NA


NA

NA

6


Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations


438


427

415

387

387

7


Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education


365


350

348

341

341

8


Gujarat Secondary Education Board


342

321

308

284

284

9


Haryana Board of Education


NR


NR

NR

NR

NR

10


Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education


402

394

390

389

389

11


Jammu and Kashmir State Board of School Education


386

(Regular2018)



358

(RegularWinter Zone 2017)



408

(Regular2018)




NR



309

(Regular2018)



288

(RegularWinter Zone 2017)



272

(Regular 2018)




NR



272

(Reg ular2018)




NR



12


Jharkhand AcademicCouncil


321


332

310

306

306

13


Karnataka Board of Pre-University Education


432


419

359

379

359

14


Kerala Board of Public Examinations


448

426

404

391

391

15


Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education


401


394


379

362


362


16


Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education


361


361

343

340

340

17


Manipur Council of Higher Secondary Education


304

320

309

295

295

18


Meghalaya Board of Secondary Education


345

326

295

312

295

19


Mizoram Board of School Education


364


301

337

346

301

20


Nagaland Board of School Education


381

371

349

340

340

21


Odisha Council of Higher Secondary Education


NR


NR

NR

NR

NR

22


Punjab School Education Board


374.45


375.55

364.45

361.1

361.1

23


Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education


384


385

369

361

361

24


Tamil Nadu Board of Higher Secondary Education


NR


NR

NR

NR

NR

25


Tripura Board of Secondary Education


343


NA


330


287


287

26


Uttar Pradesh Board of High School and Intermediate Education


338


325

314

313

313

27


Uttaranchal Board of School Education


NR


NR

NR

NR

NR

28


West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education


NR


NR

NR

NR

NR

29


National Institute of Open Schooling


337


321

318

326

318

30


Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi


NR


NR

NR

NR

NR

31


Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh


NR


NR

NR

NR

NR

32


Dayalbagh Educational Institute, Agra


NR


NR

NR

NR

NR

33


Banasthali Vidyapeeth,Rajasthan


NR


NR

NR

NR

NR

34


Rajiv Gandhi University of Knowledge Technologies,Hyderabad


NR


NR

NR

NR

NR

35


Haryana Open School, Bhiwani


300


293

291

246

246

36


Telangana Board of Secondary Education


471


469

457

461

457

37

Uttaranchal Board of School Education

322

320

301

306

301

JoSAA Participating Institutes 2019

The participating institutes of JoSAA 2019 are the one where candidates will be offered admission based on their rank, availability of seats and other factors. There are a total of 107 participating institutes of JoSAA 2019. While filling the choices, candidates had to select the institute from these participating institutes which include 23 IITs, 31 NITs, 25 IIITs and 28 GFTIs.

JoSAA 2019 Participating Institutes

S.No

Name of the Institutes

Number of Institutes

Total Number of Seats*

1

Indian Institute of Technology (IITs)

23

11279

2

Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIITs)

25

4023

3

National Institute of Technology (NITs)

31

17967

4

Government Funded Technical Institutes (Other GFTIs)

28

4683

Total

107

38664

*Mentioned data may differ slightly

JoSAA Reporting Centres 2019

Once the seat is allotted to the candidates, they will have to report at the reporting centres for document verification and to confirm their admission. The list of JoSAA 2019 reporting centres will be released by the authorities. Below are the certain key things to remember while reporting at JoSAA reporting centres 2019:

  • Candidates who will be allotted seats will have to physically report at the reporting centres for verification of documents.

  • While reporting, candidates need to carry provisional seat allotment letter along with all the requisite documents for verification, both original and photocopies are required.

  • There will be different reporting centres for NIT, IIEST, IIIT or other GFTIs and IITs.

  • Candidates who will be allotted seat into NIT, IIEST, IIIT or other GFTIs will have to report only at the reporting centres of the same. Similarly, candidates who will be allotted seats into IITs will have to report only at reporting centres of IITs.

  • Once the verification is done, candidates will have to report at their allotted institute to complete further admission formalities.

  • In case there will be any change in the seat allotment of a candidate from NIT+ system to IITs or the other way round, then candidate will have to be present at the changed institute. Failing to report will cancel the allotted seat.

Documents Required for Verification

S.No

List of documents for IITs

List of Documents for NITs, IITs & other GFTIS

1

Provisional seat allotment letter

Three passport size photographs identical to the one uploaded during JEE (Main) 2019 registration

2

Undertaking by the candidate as per given format

Provisional seat allotment letter

3

Proof of seat acceptance fee payment – E-challan or net banking transaction

Candidate’s Undertaking as per given format

4

Two passport size photographs

Fee Acceptance Receipt (Echallan /Netbanking)

5

Class XII (or equivalent) board marks sheet.
Class XII Pass certificate if available

Photo identity card (issued by govt. agency) OR Photo ID issued by last attended school OR Class XII admit card

6

Original JEE Advanced 2019 Admit Card

JEE Main 2019 Admit Card

7

Date of birth proof [Class X marks sheet or any other similar certificate]

JEE Main 2018 Score Card

8

Photo identity card (issued by govt. agency) or Photo ID issued by last attended school OR Class XII admit card

Date of birth proof [Class X marks sheet or any other similar certificate]

9

Medical certificate as per given format

Class XII (or equivalent) board marks sheet. If available, pass certificate

10

Category certificate (OBC-NCL/SC/ST) if applicable and as per format

Medical certificate as per given format

11

Certificate for Persons with Disabilities (PwD), if applicable

Category certificate (OBC-NCL/SC/ST), if applicable as per given format

12

Passport – for foreign nationals / OCI certificate or PIO card if applicable

Passport – Indian nationals who passed the qualifying examination from Nepal/Bhutan or an institution abroad

13

-

National Open School pass out candidates must bring the proof of place of examination center of the final examination to determine the state code.

14

-

Registration-cum-locked choices for seat allotment

15

-

OCI certificate or PIO card if applicable

16

-

Certificate for Persons with Disabilities (PwD), if applicable

Previous Year JoSAA Seat Matrix

JoSAA 2018 Seat Matrix

Institute

Open

Open-PwD

SC

SC-PwD

ST

ST-PwD

OBC

OBC-PwD

Total

IITs

5394

159

1594

50

800

32

2870

89

10988

NITs

8640

263

2565

74

1631

56

4496

143

17868

IIITs

1672

47

506

15

258

7

897

31

3433

GFTIs

2179

74

551

14

363

13

763

22

3979

Total

17885

543

5216

153

3052

108

9026

285

36268

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