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Tuesday, June 18, 2013

JEE Advanced 2013 Results (Declared Check Here ) and Counselling Procedure for Admission to IIT's


  
JEE Joint Entrance Examination (Advanced)-2013, for admissions to undergraduate programme at all IITs and ISM, Dhanbad, was held on Sunday, 2nd June, 2013. Results of JEE(Advanced)-2013 will be announced on Sunday, 23rd June, 2013. Successful candidates need to log in and give their choices for courses offered by the sixteen IITs and ISM, Dhanbad, from 24th June till 30th June, 2013. Details of Procedure of Counselling and Admission Procedure is given below.

 Those candidates who have appeared for JEE Advanced examination 2013 can check their results of examination on IIT-JEE website http://jee.iitd.ac.in/. Direct link to the result page will be available after result will be declared.

Click Here to Check Your JEE Advanced Result 2013


Counselling and Admission Procedure at all IITs and ISM Dhanbad

Important Dates: 

JEE(Advanced) Events Dates
JEE(Advanced) Results 23 June 2013
Registration for Architecture Aptitude Test 24-25 June 2013
Register, fill choices and lock courses for IITs and ISM Dhanbad 24-30 June 2013
Architecture Aptitude Test 28 June 2013
Architecture Aptitude Test Results 2 July 2013
Release of 1st round of course allocation 4 July 2013
Candidate who got seat allotment in the first round of course allocation report to the Zonal IITs for provisional admission 4-8 July 2013
Release of 2nd round of course allocation 9 July 2013
Candidate who got seat allotment for the first time in the second round of course allocation report to the Zonal IITs for provisional admission 10-11 July 2013
Last date for withdrawal of seat 11 July 2013
Release of 3rd and final round of course allocation 13 July 2013
Candidate who got seat allotment for the first time in the third round of course allocation report to the Zonal IITs for provisional admission 14-15 July 2013

Introduction to JEE ( Advanced ) and IIT's:- Indian Institutes of Technology are institutions of national importance established through an Act of Parliament for fostering excellence in education. There are sixteen IITs at present, located at Bhubaneswar, Chennai, Delhi, Gandhinagar, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Indore, Jodhpur, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Mandi, Mumbai, Patna, Ropar, Roorkee and Varanasi These institutes, along with Indian School of Mines (ISM), Dhanbad, play a leading role in technological manpower development. The admissions to the Undergraduate Programmes for the academic year 2013-2014 for all Indian and Foreign nationals at these institutions are made through the JEE (Advanced)-2013.

Number of Seats Available and Seat Reservation Policy in different IIT's :-In all IIT's there are around 9885 seats to be filled on the basis of merit list of JEE Advanced Examination. 4844 seats are open for general candidates and other seats are reserved for different categories. Complete list of seats in different institutes and seats available for different courses is given in JEE (Advanced) - 2013 Counselling Brochure.

Step-by-Step Procedure for the Counselling Process

Step 1: Online registration- A candidate shortlisted for counselling for admission to the IITs and ISM Dhanbad should visit the JEE(Advanced)-2013 Online Counselling Portal, JCOP at http://jee.iitd.ac.in/ to get a User ID and register any time between June 24-30, 2013 (7 days). The candidate will be required to provide some JEE(Advanced)-2013 related personal information and prompted for a password, which is required for all subsequent visits to the JCOP.

Step 2: Online choice filling After registration, shortlisted candidates are permitted to enter the JCOP site to fill the course choices. Course choice filling is open till 5 PM on June 30, 2013. Candidates can fill in as many numbers of choices in the order of preference from the list of available seats. Candidates are permitted, if they so desire, to change or re-order their choices, delete earlier choices and add new choices any number of times until they lock their final choices. Choices should be positively locked before 5 PM on June 30, 2013. If candidates fail to explicitly lock their choices by 5 PM, July 30, 2013, their choices will be automatically locked after this deadline.The choices locked by the candidate in JCOP are final and cannot be changed at a later stage. Thus, in their own interest, candidates must fill in a sufficiently large number of choices of courses in the decreasing order of preference.

Step 3: Online seat allotment There are three rounds of course allocation in JEE (Advanced)-2013. The first round of course allotment will be declared on the JCOP on July 4, 2013, the second round of course allotment on July 9, 2013, and the third round of course allotment on July 13 , 2013. At the end of every round a candidate should visit the JCOP site to know about the course allotted to him/her. This allotment can change in the subsequent rounds to a choice better than the one allotted in the earlier round depending on the number of candidates declining the seats offered to them in the earlier round. In no case will a candidate be allotted a choice lower in her/his list in a round than what is allotted during the previous rounds. The course allotted at the end of third round of course-allocation is final. There is no provision to freeze the course allotted to the candidate at the end of the first or second rounds.

Step 4: Provisional admission Candidates who got a seat allotment for the first time in any of the first three rounds should report to any of the seven Zonal IITs (Table 4 in Counselling Brochure) during the stipulated dates (Table 5) for taking the provisional admission. Candidate must bring JEE (Advanced) 2013 original admit card, original certificates for verification and DD for fee payment. Candidates who got a provisional seat allotment in any of the first three rounds but not reported to any of the Zonal IITs within the stipulated period will not be considered for further rounds of allotment and WILL BE CONSIDERED AS THEY HAVE DECLINED THE ADMISSION OFFER AND WILL LOSE THE ALLOTTED SEAT. Further, a candidate taking admission in through JEE (Advanced) 2013 will not be considered for JEE (Main) 2013 and vice versa.

Procedure for provisional admission and Documents is as follows
All candidates must bring the following original documents along with one attested copy for physical verification for taking provisional admission
  • Printout of the course allotment letter from JCOP portal
  • Original Admit card of JEE (Advanced) - 2013
  • Duly filled Application Form (Annexure 1)
  • Dully filled Medical Examination Report (Annexure 2)
  • Class X( High School) Board Certificate/ Any other certificate as proof of data of birth
  • Mark sheet and certificate of passing the qualifying examination.
  • Certificate of category (OBC (NCL)/SC/ST/PwD/DS) issued by the competent authority. The format of the certificates are available in the Information Brochure of JEE (Advanced)-2013 irrespective of whether or not such a document was given along with the JEE (Advanced) registration form.
  • Attested photocopy of the page in their passport that contains the name, photo and nationality (Only for the foreign national candidates).
  • Demand Draft for the Registration Fees Rs. 60,000/- (Rs.20,000/- in case of SC/ST category) to accept the offer of admission. Demand Draft should be drawn in favor of Organizing Chairman, JEE (Advanced)-2013, Payable at New Delhi. The amount paid will be adjusted towards the fee to be paid at the time of admission.
THANKS AND BEST WISHES FOR YOUR BRIGHT FUTURE

More and Detailed Information about Result of JEE Advanced, Counselling Schedule and Admission Procedure is given on JEE official website. Please follow links below to get desired information.

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1 comment:

  1. Please clarify whether it is compulsory to report in the same IIT for provisional admission after seat allotment in which registration form was submitted earlier for JEE (Advance) exam or not.

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