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The online registrations for the spot round of JAC Delhi 2017 seat allotment is now open for all eligible candidates. To participate in the spot round will have to register themselves and submit their willingness by logging into their account till July 26, 2017. The candidate who are willing to participate in the spot round will have to pay the refundable/adjustable participation fee of Rs. 10,000 through online mode (Debit Card/ Credit Card/ Net Banking). All of the registered JAC Delhi 2017 candidates will have to report at Delhi Technological University (DTU) from July 27 to July 29, 2017. Currently there are around 469 vacant seats left after the conclusion of the sixth round of JAC Delhi 2017 seat allotment.
Important Dates of JAC Delhi Seat Allotment 2017 Spot Round
Display of Vacant Seats
July 24, 2017 (After 5 PM)
Registration and Payment of Participation Fees
July 25 and July 26, 2017 (Upto 5 PM)
Reporting at DTU for all Participating Institutions
July 27 to July 29, 2017
Reporting Schedule at DTU for Spot Round Admission
Date: July 27, 2017
Time of Reporting
Allotment of Seats
PD sub-category: Both Delhi and Outside
Delhi Region @
CW (All: Priority 1 to 7) sub-category: Both
Delhi and Outside Delhi Region @
Single Girl Child (SG) only at DTU
One hour prior to allotment schedule (9 AM)
ST: Delhi Region and Outside Delhi Region
One hour prior to allotment schedule (10 AM)
11 AM Onwards
SC: Delhi Region and Outside Delhi Region
One hour prior to allotment schedule (1 PM)
2 PM Onwards
Date: July 28, 2017
OBC: Outside Delhi Region
OBC: Delhi Region
One hour prior to allotment schedule (11 AM)
12 Noon Onwards
GENERAL: Outside Delhi Region
Date: July 29, 2017
GENERAL: Delhi Region
JEE Main CRL Rank up to 50,000
and IIITD Rank upto 6382
General: Delhi Region - Rank from
50,001 and above.
All JEE Main Rank (Paper II) and
All Categories and Subcategories for
One hour prior to allotment schedule (4 PM)
5 PM Onwards
Who are Eligible for JAC Delhi 2017 Seat Allotment Spot Round?
To participate in the spot round, the candidates should have registered themselves on or before June 26, 2017 after payment of Rs. 1400. These candidates should also fall also fall under any one of the following categories:
The registered candidates who have not taken admission into any allotted seats upto the sixth round.
Registered candidates who have not been offered any seat upto the sixth round.
Those candidates who have withdrawn their admission at any stage of JAC Delhi 2017 counselling.
Candidates who were allotted seats but did not report for admission or who failed to fill their choice during registration or whose seat was cancelled due to some deficiency.
IGDTUW admitted candidate whose rank is lower than the cutoff rank determined by the authorities.
Procedure of JAC Delhi 2017 Seat Allotment Spot Round
To register for JAC Delhi Seat Allotment 2017 Spot Round – Click Here
The link to register for the spot round is given above.
Login has to be done using the candidate’s ID and password.
The candidates will have to submit their required information and their willingness to participate in the spot round.
Rs. 10,000 has to be paid by the candidates as spot round participation fee through online mode (Net banking/ Credit Card/ Debit Card). The participation fee will be refundable/ adjustable.
After completing the above given steps, the candidates will have to issue a Demand Draft of Rs. 65,000 in favour of “JAC DELHI 2017 ACADEMIC FEE” payable at New Delhi.
The candidates will have to report at the counselling venue as per the given schedule. Original as well as attested documents has to be brought at the venue. Entry to the venue will be permitted only after showing receipt of payment of participation fee and demand draft.
The final date to report for the spot round of JAC Delhi 2017 seat allotment is July 29, 2017. The lower ranking candidates who are admitted in IGDTUW are not required to pay the participation fee and need not bring the demand draft. Similarly, those candidates who have paid the admission fees of Rs. 75,000 and later withdrew or their admission was left unconfirmed, are not required to bring the demand draft.
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