Events of JoSSA 2019

Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) holds seven rounds of seat allocation for admission to top engineering colleges including Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IITs), National Institutes of Information Technology (NITs), Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs) and Centrally Funded Technical Institutes (CFTIs).

All candidates who qualified in JEE Advanced are eligible to register for seat allocation in all the participating institutions. The candidates who qualified in JEE Main are eligible for seat allocation in all the participating institutes except for IITs.

Latest Update (18th July, 2019):

JoSAA released the results for seat allotment for Round 7 on 18th July, 2019 at their official website josaa.nic.in

Latest Update (15th July, 2019):

Joint Seat Allocation Authority has announced the results for the Round 6 seat allotment on 15th July, 2019

How to check your result for JoSAA 2019:

Step 1: Visit the official website josaa.nic.in

Step 2: Click on ‘View Seat Allotment Result of Round 6’

Step 3: Enter your JEE Main Application Number, Password and Security Pin

Step 4: Click ‘Login’

View your Result and take a printout for reference.

Update: July 12, 2019

JoSAA 2019 results for the seat allotment for Round 5 have been declared. To check the results candidates will have to login on the official site jossa.nic.in using their JEE MAIN 2019 application number and password.

Candidates who wish to confirm admission, have to appear for document verification between 13th July-14th July, 2019.

 Update: July 9 – July 11, 2019

JoSAA 2019 results for the seat allotment for Round 4 have been declared, along with the JoSAA cut-off. To check the results candidates will have to login on the official site using their JEE MAIN 2019 application number and password.

Candidates who accept the seats allotted to them will have to report at the reporting centre for document verification and acceptance or withdrawal of seats. The authority will display the list of seats filled on 12th July, 2019.

Schedule of events of JoSAA 2019

Event Date
Registration and Choice Filling starts 16th June, 2019
Mock Seat Allotment for Round 1 22nd June, 2019 (Announced)
Mock Seat Allotment for Round 2 24th June, 2019 (Announced)
Registration and Choice Filling Ends 25th June, 2019
Reconciliation of data, verification and validation 26th June, 2019
Seat Allocation (Round 1) 27th June, 2019 (Announced)
Document verification and reporting at the reporting centres for acceptance/withdrawal of seat 28th June – 2nd July, 2019
Display of seats filled / availability status 3rd July, 2019
Seat Allocation (Round 2) 3rd July, 2019 (Announced)
Document verification and reporting at the reporting centres for acceptance/withdrawal of seat 4th July – 5th July, 2019
Display of seats filled / availability status 6th July, 2019
Seat Allocation (Round 3) 6th July, 2019 (Announced)
Document verification and reporting at the reporting centres for acceptance/withdrawal of seat 7th July – 8th July, 2019
Display of seats filled / availability status 9th July, 2019
Seat Allocation (Round 4) 9th July, 2019 (Announced)
Document verification and reporting at the reporting centres for acceptance/withdrawal of seat 10th – 11th July, 2019
Display of seats filled / availability status 12th July, 2019
Seat Allocation (Round 5) 12th July, 2019 (Announced)
Document verification and reporting at the reporting centres for acceptance/withdrawal of seat 13th – 14th July, 2019
Display of seats filled / availability status 15th July, 2019
Seat Allocation (Round 6) 15th July, 2019 (Announced)
Document verification and reporting at the reporting centres for acceptance/withdrawal of seat 16th – 17th July, 2019
Display of seats filled / availability status 18th July, 2019
Seat Allocation (Round 7: FINAL ROUND) 18th July, 2019
Document verification and reporting at the reporting centres for acceptance/withdrawal of seat 19th July, 2019 (for IITs)
Document verification and reporting at the reporting centres for acceptance/withdrawal of seat 19th July – 23rd July, 2019 (for others)

10 lesser known facts about IIT JEE

JEE is an All India Level examination for admission to prestigious institutes like IITs, NITs, IIITs, and CFTIs. JEE, considered to be one of the toughest exams consists of JEE Main and JEE Advanced. Every year, lakhs of engineering aspirants sit for JEE to get into the best institutes for engineering.

Some lesser known facts about IIT JEE:

  1. The first IIT, IIT Kharagpur launched in 1951, but the examination for entrance started in 1955.
  2. 1961 benchmarks the beginning of the IIT-JEE examination.
  3. The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) as we now know it was earlier known as Common Entrance Examination (CEE).
  4. India’s first woman metallurgist graduated from IIT Bombay in 1981.
  5. In 1998, JEE terminated the English paper as a part of the entrance examination.
  6. Till 2005, JEE was an amalgamation of subjective and objective questions. From 2006 onward, JEE became an “objective-type test”.
  7. As per the decision taken by MHRD in 2017, over 800 supernumerary seats have been allotted for female candidates in 23 IITs, and the decision is an attempt to increase female enrollment in IITs from 8 to 20 percent by 2020.
  8. As per the new guidelines, JEE Main exam would be conducted twice a year. Though, it is upon the aspirants whether they want to take both the attempts or not.
  9. As per the “Eligibility for appearing in JEE (Main) – 2019” clause, a candidate gets to take JEE Main for three consecutive years.
  10. NTA has established Test Practice Centers (TPCs) to help candidates become familiarized with taking Computer Based Tests (CBTs). TPCs will provide free mock-tests to JEE Main and JEE Advanced candidates who can register themselves on the NTA website or the NTA app.

JoSAA 2019 Registration and Choice-Filling

JoSAA set up by the MHRD is the regulation committee for seat allocation under the top 100 engineering institutes including IITs, NITs, IIITs, and GFTIs. All candidates declared qualified in JEE Advanced are eligible to register for seat allocation in all the participating institutions. The candidates declared qualified in JEE Main are eligible for seat allocation in all the participating institutes except for IITs.

To participate in JoSAA 2019, the candidates can go through the below mentioned procedure:

  • You will have to register using your JEE Main 2019 roll number and password. After logging in, you must check all your personal details as retrieved by the website from your JEE data base. You will then have to modify the contact details, and also create a new password.

JoSAA registration 2019

  • After completing the registration process, a list of all the courses and colleges will appear before the candidates. You must fill your preferences after going through the list. You will also have a chance to change your preferences in case of requirement.
  • After making the preferences, you must complete the process by clicking on the tab, “I Agree to Lock my Choices”. You must know that making changes will not be possible once you lock the choices.
  • After the completion of the registration process, JoSAA will conduct seven rounds of seat allocation for the academic year, 2019. After the seat allocation, you must pay the seat acceptance fee and have your documents verified for final seat acceptance.

Study Methodology by IIT ian Manmohan Gupta – JEE 2020

Weekly series for JEE 2020, will tell students on how to score high and get a great rank in JEE Main & JEE Advanced 2020. This series will have a new episode every week by Veterans of VMC, like Manmohan bhaiya (Founder), Bade bhaiya (Founder), Narender bhaiya (HOD-Chemistry), Shobhit bhaiya (HOD-Physics), Saurabh sir (Director-Academics) and other leaders in the JEE Test prep industry.

In this video, Manmohan sir will be talking about the study methodology which has been divided in three phases- Learning, Practice and Memorizing.

You Tube link: https://youtu.be/zxN1HYq4iEg

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NTA has declared the JEE Main 2019 result of the April 2019 attempt for JEE Main 2019. Many students are not satisfied with the result and are pondering over what has happened. When NTA has acted Thanos and has wiped the aspirations of the candidates, our JEE Main avengers have to think ahead of the End game. Watch Bade bhaiya of Vidyamandir Classes suggest the students the correct path to win and save yourself from the wrath.