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JoSAA Seat Allocation 2019 - Joint Seat Allocation Authority has announced JoSAA 2019 seat allocation for Round 7. Candidates can now log in using their JEE Main application number and password to check the allotment status. The first, second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth round of JoSAA seat allocation 2019 was announced on June 27, July 3, July 6, July 9, July 12 and July 15 respectively. The registration for JoSAA 2019 seat allocation has been closed on June 25, 2019. The result for both mock round of JoSAA 2019 seat allocation was declared on June 22 and 24. Candidates could check the mock allotment of JoSAA 2019 to make changes in their selection of choices. The seat allocation of JoSAA 2019 is being conducted in seven rounds. Selected candidates have to undergo document verification and select their preferred admission option. Allocation is being done as per the merit, category, preferences and availability of seat. JEE Main qualified candidates were able to apply for NITs, IIITs and GFTIs whereas JEE Advanced qualified candidates were eligible for the previously mentioned institutes and IITs. Read the full article to know more information about JoSAA Seat Allocation 2019.Latest: To check JoSAA 2019 seat allocation result for Round 7 - Click Here
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Important Dates of JoSAA 2019 Seat Allocation
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)
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)
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)
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)
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)
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
The result of the two mock rounds of JoSAA 2019 seat allocation has been declared by the authorities. The mock rounds was held to let the candidates understand the allocation process and to inform them their allotment as per their merit and selected preferences. Rearrangement of choices were allowed after the result of mock allocation is announced. To check the mock allotment result, the candidates had to log into their account.
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The seventh seat allocation of JoSAA 2019 has been declared. Candidates who meet the required eligibility criteria were able to participate in the seat allocation of JoSAA 2019. For admissions into NITs, IIITs, and GFTIs, the candidates should have qualified JEE Main 2019. However for admissions into the above mentioned institutes and IITs, the candidates should have passed JEE Advanced 2019. Seven rounds of JoSAA 2019 seat allocation is being conducted by the authorities. Allotment of seats is done as per the merit of the candidates, category, selected preferences and availability of seats. Those candidates who get allotted have to download their provisional allotment letter. During JoSAA seat allocation 2019, the candidates will be segregated into different categories as given below:
Candidates will also be assigned the state of eligibility which is the state from where they have completed their 12th standard (or equivalent) qualifying examination.
NITs Offering Home State Quota for States/Union Territories without NITs
NITs offering Home State Quota
Andaman and Nicobar Islands
Daman and Diu
Dadra and Nagar Haveli
NITs Offering Supernumerary Seats for Union Territories
NITs offering Supernumerary Seats
The candidates selected during JoSAA seat allocation 2019 can download their allocation letter. The candidates can follow the given steps to download the seat allocation letter of JoSAA 2019.
JoSAA 2019 Seat Allocation Acceptance Fee Payment
The selected candidates will be required to pay the seat acceptance fee. If the fee is not paid within the allotted time, the candidates may get disqualified. The candidates will have to make the payment through e-challan or SBI net-banking.
Seat Acceptance Fee
Acceptance Fee (in Rs.)
SC/ST/Gen-PwD/OBC-NCL-PwD/SC-PwD or ST-PwD
Verification of Documents
The candidates will have to verify their documents at the nearest reporting centres. Original documents along with a set of photocopies has to be submitted for verification. The candidates will also have to select their preferred admission option for the allocated seat through JoSAA 2019:
Freezing: This option has to be selected if the candidate is satisfied with his/her allotted seat. This will confirm that the candidates will not participate in the further round of seat allocation.
Floating: If the allocated candidate wants to accept the seat but is also open for admissions into higher choices in the other institutes during the future rounds of seat allocation, then they will have to select this option.
Sliding: This option has to be selected if the candidates accept their allotted seat but are also open for admission into a higher preferred course in the same institute.
Floating and sliding options will only be open for those candidates who are not allotted their first preference.
Documents to be Submitted for Verification
List of documents for IITs
List of Documents for NITs & Other GFTIS
Two passport size photographs identical to the one uploaded during JEE (Main/ Advanced) 2019 registration
Three passport size photographs identical to the one uploaded during JEE (Main) 2019 registration
Class XII performance check
Provisional seat allotment letter
Undertaking by the candidate as per given format
Candidate’s Undertaking as per given format
Proof of seat acceptance fee payment by online net banking of State Bank of India (SBI), debit cards issued only by SBI and E-challan by SBI
Fee Acceptance Receipt (Online net banking of State Bank of India (SBI), debit cards issued by SBI and E-challan by SBI
Photo identity card (issued by govt. agency) OR Photo ID issued by last attended school OR Class XII admit card
Original JEE Advanced 2019 Admit Card
JEE Main 2019 Admit Card
Date of birth proof [Class X marks sheet]
JEE Main 2019 Score Card
Class XII (or equivalent) board marksheet.
Class XII Pass certificate if available
Medical certificate as per given format
Class XII (or equivalent) board marksheet. If available, pass certificate:
a) "State code of eligibility" is determined using qualifying examination certificate
b) The candidates having Senior Secondary Certificate from the National Open School must bring the proof of place of examination center of the final examination to determine the state code.
Category certificate (OBC-NCL/SC/ST) if applicable and as per format:
The OBC-NCL certificate should be dated on or after April 1, 2019. The certificate should clearly mention that the candidate belongs to non-creamy layer and the caste of the candidate must be in the state-wise central list of OBC's
Certificate for Persons with Disabilities (PwD), if applicable
Category certificate (OBC-NCL/SC/ST), if applicable as per given format:
Passport of the candidates and parents (for foreign nationals) / OCI certificate or PIO card if applicable
Indian nationals who passed the qualifying examination from Nepal/Bhutan or an institution abroad. Permanent address given in the passport will determine state code.
DS Certificate (if applicable)
Registration-cum-locked choices for seat allotment
Registration-cum-locked choices for seat allotment
OCI certificate or PIO card if applicable
Certificate for Persons with Disabilities (PwD), if applicable. The certificate will be rejected if the disability is less than 40%.
Withdrawal of seats will be open for all selected candidates before the final round of JoSAA seat allocation 2019. To withdraw the seats, the candidates will have to report to their nearest reporting centres. After withdrawing their seats, the candidates will not be able to eligible for any more rounds of allotment. Those candidates who withdraw their seats will be refunded the seat acceptance fee after deducting Rs. 1000 as processing charge. Withdrawal of seats will not be allowed after the final round is conducted. To exercise the withdrawal option, the candidates can follow the given steps:
Candidates will be required to fill their bank account details to which the seat acceptance fee will be refunded in the JoSAA portal. An image of the cancelled cheque of the same account in JPG format also has to be uploaded. The withdrawal request letter has to be downloaded, printed and signed by both the candidate and his/her parent.
Next, the candidates will have to go to the reporting centre with the withdrawal request. If the candidates does not report at the centre, then the withdrawal will not be processed.
Dual Reporting for Document Verification
If the candidates opt for float option and are allotted in an IIT in one round and in an NIT/IIIT/GFTI in a subsequent round, then they will have to report once again for document verification at a reporting centre of NITs.
Similarly, if the candidates are alloted a seat in NIT/IIIT/GFTI in one round and in an IIT in a subsequent round, then they will have to report again for document verification at a reporting centre of IITs.
If the candidates fail to do so, then both of their allocated seats will be cancelled. These candidates will also not be allowed to participate in any further rounds of JoSAA 2019 seat allocation.
Reporting at Allocated Institute
Finally, the selected candidates will have to report to their allotted institute. The balance fee has to be paid by the candidates for confirmation of admission.
Participating Institutes of JoSAA 2019
Number of Institutes
Indian Institute of Technology
National Institute of Technology
Indian Institute of Information Technology
Government Funded Technical Institutes
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