JOSAA 2021 counselling process starts tomorrow; read details
The Joint Seat Allocation Authority will commence the online registration process tomorrow, October 16, for JOSAA couselling 2021 for admissions to IITs, NITs, IIEST, IIITs and other-GFTIs for the academic year 2021-22. The counselling schedule has already been released and candidates can check the notice at the official website, josaa.nic.in.
The JOSAA counselling 2021 online registration process will commence from 10.00 AM tomorrow at the JOSAA portal. The process of registration requires candidates to reconfirm a few basic details, viz. gender, state code of eligibility and nationality, and provide their contact details.
The JOSAA counselling process will start following the results of the JEE Advanced 2021 which was declared Friday morning.
Two mock seat allocations will be released on October 22 and October 24 based on the choices filled by the candidates which will help candidates make necessary changes in their choices.
Here’s JOSAA 2021 counselling schedule.
The JOSAA first allotment result will be declared on October 27 at 10.00 AM. The online reporting, fee payment, document upload and response by candidate to query will be done between October 27 and October 30 (5.00 PM).
The JOSAA second seat allotment list will be published on November 1, and the third list on November 6. The sixth and final allotment list will be released by November 18.
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