JoSAA Round 3 seat allotment result: After getting the green signal from the Supreme Court of India, JoSAA 2017 announced the third seat allotment result for the admission in various engineering colleges.
JoSAA Round 3 seat allotment result: After getting the green signal from the Supreme Court of India, Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) 2017 announced the third seat allotment result for the admission in Indian Institute of Technologies (IIT), National Institute of Technology (NIT), and various other Engineering Colleges. Candidates who had applied for the Round 3 of JoSAA can check the website josaa.nic.in. The acceptance for the third round or seat withdrawal will begin from July 11 from 10 am to 5 pm, as reported by Indian Express. While the process will end on July 13 at 1 pm.
Candidates may follow these simple steps to check JoSAA seat allotment result 2017:
Step 1: Visit the official website: josaa.nic.in.
Step 2: Click on the link flashing on the homepage, ‘Round 3: View Allotment Result and Pay Seat Acceptance Fee’
Step 3: When directed to the new page, enter the details like gender, state code of eligibility and nationality.
Step 4: The result will appear. Download the result and take a printout if required. Keep a copy for further reference.
JoSAA is a gateway for JEE Mains and Advanced candidates to apply for vacant seats in the prestigious IITs, NITs, GFTIs and other engineering institutions. About 36000 seats are available in 23 Indian Institute of Technology (IITs), 31 National Institute of Technology (NITs), 23 Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIITs) and 20 government funded technical institutions (GFTIs) are offering admissions to the students this year, as per the reports.
Earlier, the Supreme Court had put a stay on counselling sessions for the admission in various engineering colleges after the petition filed in the Apex Court questioned the IIT’s decision to award bonus marks to all students who appeared for the JEE-Adv examination held across the country on May 21. Later, the Joint Admission Board of IIT justified its decision. The IIT said that the decision on bonus marks was taken by a committee of experts after exploring all other options and there was no infirmity in the decision, as reported by India.com.