FAQ?s and Answers for Counselling for NIT?s, IITs and ISM, Dhanbad.
Posted by motachashma on June 7th, 2016
JAB and SCAB have joined hands to smoothen the counselling processes of admission into IITs, ISM and NITs in the country. Till 2014 onwards there were separate counselling being held for all the prestigious colleges operating in the country like IITs, NITs, IIFTs, ISM Dhanbad, but from 2014 onwards the counselling board jointly collaborated to facilitate the counselling under one umbrella and for that the JOSAA 2016 was drafted. Students might have doubts and basic lack of understanding about this counselling body, in this piece, you will get to know about everything based on which the counselling process functions and regulates the admission.
FAQs on JOSAA 2016
o As of now, the sole autonomy goes with Joint Seat Allocation Authority 2015 for all the colleges, however, there are other agencies which might provide the service but they might charge fees for the same and reliability on such bodies are certainly doubtful.
o The eligibility for admission into NITs is simple, the candidates will have to go through JEE Main Paper 1 (B.E and B.Tech) and JEE Main Paper 2 (B.Arch and B. Planning). The candidates who have qualified in these two papers of JEE Main can get the chance to get into any of the NITs; however, passing in the exam doesn’t guarantee a seat in the colleges.
o The counselling body has no power of its own to declare the JEE Main Rank List, they rank list is specifically delivered by the apex board of JEE Main.
o The candidates can visit the Joint Seat Allocation Authority for this purpose. The seat matrix and all other details are specifically mentioned for the purpose of admission.
o The candidates are required to order the choices based on the decreasing order of the preference.
o The candidates can apply for three categories under the counselling round. They can apply under the All India Level, Home State level and other state level for the counselling.
o The seat quotas are available for IITs and NITs is All India.
o If the candidates are appearing for the exam, in that case, the state of the eligibility will depend on the state and if the candidates are able to satisfy that then they can look forward to colleges for admission.
Based on all the above FAQ’s, the candidates can be helped in the best way to get enrolled into any of the courses they want. For more details on the counselling, visit Motachashma.
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