JEE (Advanced) 2014 : Second round of seat allotment open
Joint Entrance Examination Board has closed the seat acceptance and first round of seat counselling and declared the second round of allotment of seats.
The Board notified that the candidates expecting a seat in this round, have to login to JOCSAP, accept the allotted seat by making online payment and thereafter upload relevant documents (mark sheet of qualifying examination, declaration on acceptance). Payment should be made online or through bank draft and should be received by July 10, 2014 by 5 pm.
Candidates who accepted seat online in the first round may login to JOCSAP to know their allotment in the second round.
Freshly allotted candidates must ensure their eligibility under the “top 20 percentile cut off marks” criterion while filling the ‘Declaration on Acceptance’ form. Any candidate making a false declaration will be removed from the seat allocation process of the final round without notice.
How to make payment for seat acceptance?
1. Candidates can make payment through any one of the modes i.e. ICICI EPG, ICICI BRANCH/ CHALLAN, SBI EPG, BANK DRAFT. (Write Name and JEE (Advanced) roll number at the backside of the demand draft. The demand draft should be sent by speed post/ courier to ‘The Organising Chairman, JEE (Advanced)-2014, IIT Kharagpur – 721302‘.)
2. Candidates need to pay Rs.60, 000 (for GE and OBC) / Rs.20,000 (for SC and ST). PWD candidates need to pay the amount applicable to his/ her main category (GE/ OBC/ SC/ ST). This amount will be adjusted at the time of admission by the admitting institute. (contact admitting institute for detailed Fee structure).
3. On successful payment, candidates should login to JOCSAP, upload the duly filled in declaration form, mark-sheet of qualifying examination and scanned copy of DD/ NEFT/ RTGS receipts.
The web release of the third round of seat allocation is expected on July 12, 2014.
Candidates need to note that the withdrawal of seats can be done from July 9 to July 11 by 5 pm.
Of the 9,711 students selected for the admissions process after clearing JEE (Advanced), a total of 9,061 have accepted their admission in the first round seat allotment and the remaining 650 students which includes many in the general category did not accept admissions.
JEE Advanced qualified candidates can gain admission into the undergraduate (UG) programs of the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs and the Indian School of Mines Dhanbad (ISM Dhanbad).