JEE Main 2022 results have been announced. National Testing Agency (NTA) has released JEE Main scorecards and it is now available on jeemain.nta.nic.in. JEE Main score is used for admission to National Institutes of Technology (NITs), Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs) and other participating engineering colleges. It is also the qualifying test for JEE Advanced.
The top 2.5 lakh candidates who have qualified in the Mains exam can register for IIT JEE Advanced on jeeadv.ac.in. After JEE Advanced results, counseling process for IIT, NIT and IIIT admissions will begin.
Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) and the Central Seat Allocation Board (CSAB) conducts counseling for IIT, NIT, IIIT admissions.
JoSAA holds counseling for IIT admissions and for the NIT+ system ( which include NIT, IIIT, etc). CSAB conducts counseling for leftover seats of the NIT+ system.
Seat allocation through JoSAA involves 6 rounds. After this, the CSAB will conduct two special counseling rounds under the NIT+ system for leftover seats.
“JoSAA-2022 will jointly admit candidates for the first year of Engineering/Technology and Architecture/Planning Programs of IITs and NIT+ system (list displayed on the website: https://josaa.nic.in) for the academic session 2022-23 via an online portal (https://josaa.nic.in). There will be six rounds of JoSAA counseling. Upon completion of JoSAA-2022 counseling, if any seats remain vacant in NIT+ system (excluding seats of IITs), two special rounds, called CSAB-Special Rounds, will be conducted by the CSAB-2022 through its own online portal (https:// /csab.nic.in),” as per an official statement.
In addition, CSAB will also conduct a separate CSAB-supernumerary round for admission to supernumerary seats in Union Territories of Andaman & Nicobar, Lakshadweep, Daman & Diu, and Dadra & Nagar Haveli in selected NITs.
Further, CSAB-NEUT rounds will be conducted by CSAB to allocate seats under the scheme of “Reservation of seats in Degree Level Technical Courses for States/UTs lacking such facilities in the AICTE-approved institutions” to candidates of North-Eastern states and UTs .