JEE Advanced 2017 Seat Allotment - The result of JEE Advanced 2017 seat allotment for round 7 has been declared on July 21, 2017, by the Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA). Candidates can check the seat allotment result of JEE Advanced through their JEE Main roll number and password. The link to check JEE Advanced seat allotment result is provided on this page. The acceptance/withdrawal of seats to be carried out on July 22, 2017. Round 6 and 5 JEE Advanced seat allotment result was announced on July 18 and 16. JEE Advanced seat allotment result for round 4 and 3 was declared on July 13 and 10, 2017, respectively. Round 2 seat allotment result was released on July 04. The first round of JEE Advanced seat allotment was released on June 28, 2017. JEE Advanced seat allotment 2017 is being done in seven rounds. After every round of JEE Advanced seat allotment, candidates who have been allotted a seat have to report at the reporting centre, verify their documents, pay the seat acceptance fee and accept the seats allotted to them. Candidates can also apply for upgradation and withdrawal of seats. The withdrawal option against the allotted seats could be exercised only till the sixth round of JEE Advanced seat allotment 2017. Through JEE Advanced seat allotment, the 23 IITs are filling approximately 11,000 seats. To know more details about JEE Advanced 2017 seat allotment, read the article given below on this page.
The important dates of JEE Advanced seat allotment process are given below in the table:
|S.No.||JEE Advanced 2017 Seat Allotment Events||Important Dates|
|1.||Display of mock seat allocation 1 for candidates who have filled their choices till June 20, 2017||June 20, 2017 (5:00 pm)|
|2.||Display of mock seat allocation 2 for candidates who have filled their choices till June 23, 2017||June 23, 2017 (5:00 pm)|
|3.||JEE Advanced seat allotment round 1||June 28 to July 03, 2017|
|4.||JEE Advanced seat allotment round 2||July 04 to 06, 2017|
|5.||JEE Advanced seat allotment round 3||July 10 to 13, 2017|
|6.||JEE Advanced seat allotment round 4||July 13 to 15, 2017|
|7.||JEE Advanced seat allotment round 5||July 16 to 17, 2017|
|8.||JEE Advanced seat allotment round 6||July 18 to 20, 2017|
|9.||JEE Advanced seat allotment round 7||July 21 to 22, 2017|
Based on the choices filled in by the candidates at the time of JoSAA Registration and Choice filling process, the first and second JEE Advanced mock seat allocation was released on June 20 and 23, 2017, respectively. Candidates who have registered and filled in their choices of institutes and branches can see the list of possible seats that will be allotted to them as per their preferences and rank.
JoSAA is conducting the seat allotment of JEE Advanced 2017 in seven rounds. Only those candidates who have successfully registered and filled up their choices are eligible to participate in JEE Advanced counselling and seat allotment process. Seats are allotted as per the ranks secured by the candidates in JEE Advanced 2017. After every JEE Advanced seat allotment result is displayed, candidates have to report at the reporting centre within the given period of time. At the reporting centre, candidates have to accept the allotted seats by verifying their documents and making the payment of seat acceptance fee.
Candidates can opt for any of the following three options at the time of accepting a seat:
|Freeze: Candidates who are satisfied with the allotted seats and wants to accept the same have to opt for ‘freeze’ option. Such candidates will not be considered in the subsequent round of counselling and seat allotment process.|
|Float: This option is for candidates who have accepted the allotted seat but also wants to apply for a better/higher preference in the subsequent rounds of JEE Advanced counselling. Such candidates can participate in the subsequent rounds of counselling.|
|Slide: Candidates who have accepted the allotted seat but seeking admission to a higher preferable programme within the allotted Institute have to opt for ‘Slide’ option. Such candidates will be considered for further admission process.|
Note: Slide and float options will be available to only those candidates who are not offered admission to their first choice.
At the time of seat acceptance, candidates have to remit the seat acceptance fee. The seat acceptance fee will be adjusted against the admission fee by the admitting institute. Applicants can make the payment through e- challan or SBI Net Banking. The category-wise seat acceptance is as given below:
|S.No.||Category||Seat Acceptance Fee|
|1.||SC, ST, GEN PwD, OBC-NCL-PwD, SC-PwD or ST-PwD||Rs. 20,000|
|2.||All other candidates||Rs. 45, 000|
After completion of JEE Advanced 2017 seat allocation and seat acceptance process at the reporting centre, candidates have to finally report at their allotted institute. Candidates have to complete all the admission formalities of the Institute and confirm their admission to begin their academic session.
JEE Advanced 2017 Seat Allotment- Withdrawal of Seats
Candidates can apply for seat withdrawal until the sixth round of JEE Advanced 2017 seat allotment. Candidates exercising the withdraw option will not be considered in the subsequent rounds of seat allotment. The seat acceptance fee will also be refunded to the candidates after deducting Rs. 1000 as the processing charges. For exercising withdraw option, candidates have to complete the following two steps:
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