JEE Main Counselling 2019

JEE Main 2019 Counselling

JEE Main counselling and Seat Allotment is the process of selection of the colleges and branches you wish to join. But you can select based on your ranks in the JEE main after the results are announced. JEE Main result will be declared on 31st January 2019 (for 1st session) and 30th April 2019 (for 2nd session). JEE Main 2019 counselling process will be started from June 2019 and if required there will be spot counselling. The Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) 2017 has been set up by the Ministry of Human Resources Development (MHRD). JoSSA manages the joint seat allocation.
23 IITs, 31 NITs, 23 IIITs and 20 Other-Government Funded Technical Institutes (Other-GFTIs). JEE main Counselling details can be found on their official website also.

When will counselling of JEE main start?

JEE Main 2019 counselling process will be started in June 2019. This is tentative, and the JEE main counselling 2019 date will be released by the authorities soon.

Process:

Students who have taken JEE main 2019 are eligible for seat allocation in NITs, IIIT’s and GFTI’s. Those who will be attending JEE Advanced will have to register for seat allocation in IIT’s.

Seats will be allocated online, based on the availability of seats and applicant’s rank. After that, you have to report to a given institute with all the required documentation.

The process of seat allocation consists of the following steps:

Registration:

Registration for the counselling can be done by visiting the JoSSA official website. Candidates have to log in with their roll number and password of JEE main 2019. After filling the details and submitting the application, the registration process is complete.

Choice filling and Locking:

Candidates have to select their choices of institutes and programs. After the decisions are made, they have to lock the selection. JEE main counselling happens in 7 rounds. You can select, edit and lock their preferences after each round.

Seat allotment:

The JoSSA JEE Main counselling seat allotment takes place based on the following factors

  1. The category the candidate belongs to.
  2. Their choice of institutes and programs as per the choice filling and locking.
  3. Their JEE main 2019 All India Rank.
  4. The availability of seats in the institutes and programs chosen by the candidate.

Seat acceptance:

If you are selected for a specific institute and program, chosen by you, you have to pay the Seat acceptance fee. This can be done through Net banking or e-chalan.

After this you will be allocated a reporting centre documents verification. Certificates required for JEE main counselling are given in the below list.

The following certificates are required for verification at the reporting centre:

  1. Photo identity card (Govt issued)
  2. Medical Examination report
  3. Proof of Date of Birth
  4. Proof of Seat acceptance fee
  5. 10th and 12th Marksheet
  6. JEE main 2019 admit card
  7. Provisional seat allotment letter

Spot counselling:

What is spot counselling?

Spot counselling takes place after the completion of the admission process. This is done to fill up the vacancies if any are left after the JEE Main counselling and Seat Allotment and admission process is over. The spot counselling process will take place offline. For which you have to pay a separate participation fee of 200/- rupees which is non-refundable.

Why Spot Counselling?

Often after all the rounds of JEE Main counselling and Seat Allotment, many seats remain vacant in colleges. To fill these seats, JoSSA conducts Spot counselling. In Spot Counselling candidates have another go at the Institutes and Programs.

Advantages and Disadvantages of Spot Counselling

Advantages:

  1. A candidate may not be allotted any seat during the regular counselling. In spot counselling you will get a second chance at getting into IIT and NIT.
  2. A candidate might be allotted a seat. But he/she might not be satisfied with college. In this case, also the candidate will get a chance to change the college.
  3. A candidate might not be satisfied with the branch. In spot counselling, you can change that too.
  4. Sometimes seats in top technical institutes remain vacant by chance. In spot counselling, you can get a seat in such colleges.

Disadvantages:

  1. There is no provision for online spot counselling. The whole process is offline. Candidates have to go to very distant centres. Which is not possible for all the candidates.
  2. The allocation of the seat is not entirely based on ranks.
  3. The spot counselling participation fee of 2000 rupees is not refundable.

The Central Seat Allocation Board (CSAB) has started conducting a special round of online counselling due to all these reasons.

JEE main Counselling Date:

 

Events

Date(Tentative)

Registration & Choice Filling Process

June 2nd week

Mock Allotment Round 1

June 3rd week

Mock Allotment Round 2

June 3rd week

First Round of Seat allotment

June 4th week

Seat allotment acceptance and reporting to help-centre

June 4th week

Second Round of Seat allotment

July 1st week

Seat allotment acceptance and reporting to help-centre

July 1st week

Third Round of Seat allotment

July 2nd week

Seat allotment acceptance and reporting to help-centre

July 2nd week

Fourth Round of Seat allotment

July 2nd week

Seat allotment acceptance and reporting to help-centre

July 2nd week

Fifth Round of Seat allotment

July 3rd week

Seat allotment acceptance and reporting to help-centre

July 3rd week

Sixth Round of Seat allotment

July 3rd week

Seat allotment acceptance and reporting to help-centre

July 3rd week

Seventh Round of Seat Allotment

July 4th week

Seat allotment acceptance and reporting to help-centre

July 4th week

 

Number of seats in IIT, NIT, IIIT and GFTI :

Institutes

Total Number of Seats


Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIITs)


4023


National Institute of Technology (NITs)


17967


Government Funded Technical Institutes


4683

JEE main 2019 FAQ’s (Frequently Asked Questions)

How many colleges can I chose for JEE main Counselling?

There is no such limit for the number of colleges that you can choose. You can make your choices according to your preferences of Institutes and courses. But it’s not advisable to chose a lot of college without putting any thoughts into it.

How do I know which colleges to select during the counselling process?

There are more than 20000 seats available if all the seats are counted. But you should first set your priorities straight. Decide upon a preferred course and select the best colleges that offer them.

There is good practice in choosing the colleges. First, take your rank. Now check the seats offered by each of the colleges that you prefer, say you have 12 colleges in your mind. Make sure that the sum of the seats offered by these colleges is not less than your JEE Main ranks.

Can I change the choices of colleges and course after the counselling?

There are 7 rounds of counselling that take place. You can edit and change your choices after each round. But remember, after each round the number of seats in colleges will reduce. Which in turn will reduce your chances of getting admitted. So, have your preferences in mind before the counselling gets started. Go through the previous year counselling data. Go through the Cut-off ranks for your desired colleges. This will give you a rough idea of which colleges you have a chance of getting admitted into.
Even if you are not satisfied with your choice after 7 rounds, you can always take part in spot counselling. You can change your preferences during that time also.

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