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JoSAA Counselling 2020: Second Mock Seat Allotment Released, Registrations End Tomorrow

Last updated on October 14th, 2020

JoSAA Counselling 2020

Based on revisions done by candidates till 13th October, JoSAA has released the second mock seat allotment results today i.e. 14th October 2020. This will be the last mock allotment of seats and candidates will be given one more opportunity to revise their choice of college and course till 15th October 5 PM.

After this, Round 1 Counselling results will be announced on 17th October. Candidates will be able to confirm their allotted seats by paying the seat acceptance fees.

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How To Check JoSAA Mock Seat Allotment?

Candidates who have registered on JoSAA portal can login again to check mock seat allotment.

  • Visit the official portal of JoSAA 2020 for registration and choice filling. Check here
  • Login using your Application Number and Password.
  • The mock allotment status will be displayed at the portal.
  • Save the mock allotment result as a PDF if required for future use.

Depending on the preferences provided by the candidates, JoSAA allocates seats proportionate to the admission cut off for colleges.

The last date to register at JoSAA portal will be tomorrow. Conclusion of registration and choice filling will then be followed by counselling process from Round 1 to Round 7.

JoSAA Counselling is conducted for all the participating colleges which includes – IITs, NITs, IIEST Shibpur, IIITs and CFTIs. A total of 110 colleges are taking part in JoSAA Counselling 2020.

Those who qualified JEE Main 2020 are eligible for admissions in NITs+ system and those who qualified JEE Advanced 2020 can take part in IITs admissions as well. The counselling for IITs will only be of six rounds this year due to long delay caused by COVID-19 pandemic and country-wide lockdown.

It is important to note that all the processes such as document uploading and verification, reporting to college and other formalities are being conducted online only this time to safeguard candidates from COVID-19. Previously, candidates were also required to report at respective colleges or reporting centres.

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