JoSAA 2017 seat allotment result for round 1 announced
JoSAA 2017 seat allotment result for round 1 of counselling has been declared by the joint counselling and seat allotment authority on June 28 in online mode. Qualified candidates of JEE Main 2017 and JEE Advanced 2017, who have registered and filled in their choices of institutes and B.Tech programmes can check the seat allotted to them online. As the candidates are now allotted seats, they have to accept the seat allotted to them by reporting at the reporting centre from June 29 to July 3. Candidates must note that the time for reporting at the reporting centre is from 10 am to 5 pm only. Candidates have only 5 days to decide on their allotted seat for round 1.
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After seats are allotted to candidates, they have to download their “Provisional Seat Allotment Letter” and E-challan for paying the seat acceptance fee. General category candidates have to pay Rs. 45,000 as seat acceptance fee, while candidates from SC/ST/GEN-PwD/OBC-NCL-PwD/SC-PwD or ST-PwD have to pay Rs. 20,000. The fee can be paid through E-Challan or SBI Net Banking. Thereafter the candidates are required to report at the designated reporting centres for document verification. Candidates must note that the seat allotted to them will be confirmed if the candidates personally report to the reporting centre, pay the seat acceptance fee and get their all documents verified.
With the first round of seat allotment and acceptance for admission into IITs, NITs, IITs and other GFTIs conducted through Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) begenning from June 29, about 1,50,000 successful candidates filled their choices through JoSAA 2017 for their preferred programmes and the total number of choices came around 1.7 crores. Out of these, 36,114 candidates got seats in the first round across 97 institutes and 11,000 candidates were offered seats in IITs. Further, about 18,000 candidates got seats in NITs, nearly 3,000 in IIITs and approximately 4,000 in other GFTIs. This information was shared by Prof. Prem B. Bisht, Organizing Chairman, JEE Advanced 2017. Out of 11,000 candidates who were offered seats at IITs, 994 female candidates were shortlisted in the first round for admission. Besides 5 qualified candidates who were offered seats in various IITs through DS category, 46 candidates were offered Preparatory Courses in the first round for admission to IITs. Apart from this, 2 foreign candidates were also in IITs.
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All candidates must carry their original certificates/documents with a set of photocopies for verification.
Candidates will be offered B.Tech seats and branches as per the following factors:
Category of the candidate (Gen/OBC-NCL/SC etc)
Position of the candidate in the rank list
Course preference of the candidate
Availability of seats in different seat categories/seat quotas for which the candidate is eligible
IIT Madras, the exam conducting authority for JEE Advanced 2017 has notified that all qualified candidates must produce their original admit card of JEE Advanced 2017 during seat acceptance and admission. Candidates who have lost the JEE Advanced 2017 original admit card can apply for a duplicate admit card by personally appearing at a zonal IIT with a DD of Rs. 1000 in favour of Organizing Chairman, JEE Advanced 2017 payable at Chennai. After verification, the zonal IIT will issue a duplicate admit card. Candidates can also apply for a duplicate admit card through a request via post along with the DD. The zonal IIT will send a duplicate admit card via post at the registered postal address of the candidate.
JoSAA 2017 counselling and seat allotment is being conducted in 7 rounds this year. The allocation of seats will be done in online mode. Last year the counselling and seat allotment was held in 6 rounds.
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people say that jee advance have 2 attempts i passed 12 in 2020 and i am giving jee main in 2021 if i pass jee main then how much attempts can i give jee advance
One can attempt jee mains from three consecutive yeats and these years are counted from the time you were in class 12th and for jee advanced there are only two attempts starting in the same year in which you appeared for your boards. Therefore you were eligible for jee mains 2020 and will be eligible for all the sessions of jee mains 2021 and 2022. And for jee advanced you were eligible for jee advanced 2020 and will be eligible for jee advanced 2021. There you just have one attempt for jee advanced. For more info you may visit the following link:
i had already applied to jee mains 2021 in general category but my caste is Bc-e in caste certificate which percentage i got to select for jee advanced
Since you have filled your category as a general candidate therefore you will be considered a general student and you need to score marks in jee mains according to the general cut off to qualify for jee advanced. According to the previous year cut off a general candidate had to score at least 81 percentile to qualify jee mains and be eligible for jee advanced, however it was 49 for OBC-NCL, 32 for SC, 27 for ST, and 1 for PWD for the year 2020. Although the cut off may vary from year to year as it depends on various parameters like number of students attempting the examination, difficulty of paper, etc.
I HAVE DONE CLASS 10 IN YEAR 2017 FROM CBSE BOARD & APPEARING IN CLASS 12 FROM NIOS BOARD IN YEAR 2021 . As there is a year gap between class 10 & class 12. so I want to ask that can i fill jee advanced form and take admmission in IIT( as year gaps in class 10 &12) provided i clear advanced both ???
For appearing in criteria in jee 2021 it doesn't see that whether you have gap between your 10th and 12th std.
One of the major criteria for appearing in jee advanced is you should pass your 12th by 2021,2022 and 2023 .
Recently, education minister has waived off the 75% criteria for this year also.
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how to pass this exam perfectly ?
hey need to because JEE Advanced demands an in-depth knowledge of concepts and their application. It is not just about putting in the hours, but equally about using smart ways to maximize the time left at one’s disposal. It is the performance in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics that hold the key to cracking JEE Advanced . Also, the candidate must not waste time in preparing for topics that are not included in JEE Advanced syllabus. To give you an example, Electronic Devices and Electromagnetic Waves which were part of JEE Main syllabus are not included in JEE Advanced syllabus .
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All the best
i have passed 12th class in 2021.can i write 2022jeemains and jee advanced?
Yes of course you can do do, you can take a drop after passing class 12th and can prepare for JEE-Main as well as Advance but before taking drop you should know some facts, so let us discuss those facts.
- In class 12th you should have minimum aggregate of 75% if you belongs to General/Unreserved category and 65% if you belongs to any of the reserved category and in your class 12th syllabus there should Physics and Mathematics as mandatory subjects with any one of Chemistry, Biology, Biotechnology or Technical Vocational Subject. If not 75% then you should be in top 20 percentile of your board's result.
- If you are passing class 12th in 2021 then you will be only eligible for JEE-Main 2021, 2022 and 2023 and for JEE-Advance 2021 and 2022. Now in case you you take a drop for an year then also it won't affect the eligibility instead your attempt of 2021 will be subtracted from total attempts and al other attempts will remain same.
For complete details of JEE-Main eligibility criteria kindly check out the link given below :-
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- Very first thing is go through the syllabus of JEE-Main and categorize it as easy, average and difficult. https://engineering.careers360.com/articles/jee-main-syllabus-weightag e
- Make a proper time-table to balance your studies and daily routine work and give more time to studies.
- Go for the best study material which can make you more confident while solving the question of JEE-Main because it will boost your moral https://engineering.careers360.com/articles/best-study-material-for-jee-mai n
- Don't forget to make notes while studying because it will help you in memorizing the important things in the last time prior to exam.
- Practice previous year's question papers and sample papers as many as you can because it will enhance your self-confidence and time management skill https://engineering.careers360.com/articles/jee-main-sample-papers & https://engineering.careers360.com/articles/jee-main-question-paper
- Don't forget to do exercise and yoga regularly to keep your body mentally and physically fit.
- You can also take JEE-Main Learning package for your preparation https://learn.careers360.com/jee-main-coaching/?icn=JEE_Main_knockout&ici=JEE_Main_article_view_sticky
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I hope this information helps you.