CCMN 2020
Updated on Nov 26, 2019 - 12:14 p.m. IST by Vishwas Garia
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CCMN 2020 - The conducting body of Centralized Counselling for M.Sc/ M.Sc (Tech) admissions to NITs and CFTI will start conducting the CCMN 2020 from the fourth week of April. Candidates who will qualify JAM 2020 examination can apply for admission in M.Sc programmes of 21 NIT’s and 2 CFTIs through CCMN 2020. The last date of filling and submitting CCMN 2020 application form will be the fourth week of May 2020. Applicants will get an option to fill up the subjects and institutes of their choice during the choice filling process of CCMN 2020. Based on the entries made in the choice filling and cut off marks, the conducting body will release three rounds of CCMN 2020 seat allotments.

After the three rounds, a national spot round will be conducted where candidates who have surrendered their seats or not paid counselling participation or counselling confirmation fee will be considered eligible for NSR round of CCMN 2020 counselling. Those candidates who will not register themselves for CCMN 2020 can also participate in National spot round of CCMN. The result of Joint Admission Test will be released on March 20 in online mode. To know more on CCMN 2020 and other details including the eligibility criteria, application form and the counselling procedure read the article below.

CCMN 2020 - Overview

Commonly known as

CCMN (Centralised Counselling for M.Sc/ M.Sc (tech) admissions to NITs and CFTIs)

Programmes offered

M. Sc/M. Sc (Tech) Programme

Mode of Application

Online

Number of institutes

23 (21 NITs and 2 CFTIs)

Number of seats

1779

Counselling participation fee (SC/ ST)

Rs.7500

Counselling participation fee (OBC/ General)

Rs.10,000

Counselling confirmation fee

Rs.5,000

CCMN Important Dates 2020

Events

Dates

CCMN application form release

Fourth week of April 2020

Application fee payment (Rs. 2000) starts (through ICICI Bank Eazypay)

Fourth week of April 2020

Choice filling starts

Last week of April 2020

Last date of application form submission

Fourth week of May 2020

Last date for payment of CCMN 2020 registration fee (Rs. 2000) through ICICI Bank Eazypay

Fourth week of May 2020

Last date of choice filling

Last week of May 2020

Automatic locking of choices

Last week of May 2020

Re-upload of defective documents

First week of June 2020

Seat allotment for Round 1

First week of June 2020

Counselling participation fee payment (Rs. 10,000 for OC/ EWS/ OB Na Rs. 7, 500 for SC/ ST)

Second week of June 2020

Seat allotment for Round 2

Third week of June 2020

Counselling participating fee payment (Rs. 10,000 for OC/ EWS/ OB Na Rs. 7, 500 for SC/ ST)

Third to Fourth week of June 2020

Surrender of seat for first and second round CPF paid candidates

Last week of June to First week of July 2020

Freeze or float option for 2nd Round

Third and fourth week of June 2020

Seat allotment for Round 3

Second week of July 2020

Counselling Confirmation Fee (CCF) Payment for Round 1 and Round 2 CPF paid candidates (ICICI Bank eazypay)

Second week of July 2020

Counselling Participation Fee (CPF) & Counselling Confirmation Fee (CCF) Payment for Round 3 candidates (ICICI Bank eazypay)

Second week of July 2020

Upgradation Round – Allotment Results

Third week of July 2020

NSR vacancy declaration

Third week of July 2020

Download Provisional Admission Letter (PAL)

Third to Last week of July 2020

Availability of Online Application for NSR Registration (for qualified JAM candidates only)


Third week of July 2020

Payment of NSR Registration Fee, Counselling Participation Fee (CPF) and Counselling Confirmation Fee (CCF) (ICICI Bank eazypay)

Rs. 17, 000 for OC/ EWS/ OB (RS. 15, 000 NSR participation fee + Rs. 2000 as registration fee) and Rs. 14, 500 for SC/ ST (RS. 12, 500 NSR participation fee + Rs. 2000 as registration fee) through ICICI Bank Eazypay


Third to Fourth week of July 2020

Last date of online application submission and uploading documents of NSR

Third week of July 2020

NSR Choice Filling start date

Third week of July 2020

Last date of NSR choice filling

Fourth week of July 2020

Automatic locking of NSR choices

Fourth week of July 2020

NSR Allotment Result

Fourth week of July 2020

Download NSR Provisional Admission Letter (PAL)

Fourth week of July 2020


CCMN Eligibility Criteria 2020

Candidates who wish to apply to NIT and CFTI’s must fulfill the eligibility criteria of CCMN 2020 mentioned below.

  • Candidates must have secured 60 Percent minimum (General) and 55 Percent minimum (SC/ST/PwD) marks in the qualifying degree examination.

  • Candidates must have qualified JAM 2020.

  • Candidates belong to the reserved category (SC/ST/PwD) category must have their valid certificates in hand while attending CCMN 2020.

  • As per the CCMN 2020 eligibility criteria, candidates belonging to the reserved category will get an age relaxation of maximum five years.

  • Candidates must make sure to fulfill the age limit mentioned.

  • The eligibility criteria will be specific for different subjects. Candidates must remember to check the eligibility for the subject of their choice.

CCMN Application Form 2020

Candidates interested to pursue the M.Sc programme offered by the participating institutes must make sure to fill out the application form of CCMN 2020 which will be available in online mode from the fourth week of April 2020. While filling the CCMN 2020 application form candidates must make sure to fill out correctly the choices and institution based on which the counselling procedures are conducted. All the documents mentioned have to be uploaded without any fail. Also, candidates must make sure to pay the application fee as their application will not be considered until the payment procedure is completed.

CCMN Application Fee 2020

Category

Admission Fee (INR)

General

2000/-

OBC

2000/-

SC

2000/-

ST

2000/-

PwD

2000/-

CCMN Choice Filling 2020

  • The registration process of CCMN 2020 is not completed without the choice filling process.

  • While filling the choice filling candidates are provided with the eligible choices as per the data entered by the candidates during the registration process.

  • A candidate must make sure to give maximum number of choices in his/her own order of preference.

  • The choices can be rearranged at any time before locking the same.

  • A candidate is not allowed to proceed for payment and further registration process, if ‘no’ choices are available for the data provided at the time of registration.

  • The allotment is done as per the choices given by the candidates. So, candidates must make sure they put the choices accordingly.

  • If candidates do not lock their choices by the last date for choice locking, the last saved choices will be automatically locked. Candidates are advised to lock their choices themselves.

CCMN Counselling 2020

  • The CCMN 2020 counselling process is conducted based on the scores of the candidates who will appear for JAM 2020 and wish to apply at the participating institutes of CCMN 2020.

  • The complete CCMN counselling procedure is divided into four steps. i.e, registration, choice filling, seat allotment and counselling participation and confirmation fee payment.

  • Candidates who wish to participate in the counselling process of CCMN 2020 need to complete the registration process of CCMN 2020 without any fail.

  • Candidates must note that only those who will qualify JAM 2020 are eligible to apply for CCMN 2020.

  • Three rounds of CCMN 2020 seat allotment will be released as part of the counselling process wherein the closing scores for each subject and the corresponding institute are mentioned.

  • Those who accept the seats offered at the seat allotment must pay the Balance Institute Fee (BIF) through the payment modes available for the allotted institute and generate Provisional Admission Letter (PAL) after the final updation of seats.

  • A ‘National Spot Round’ will be conducted for seats vacant after the final admission list will be released, where the candidates who had not been allotted any seat in the previous counselling rounds of CCMN 2020 had to fill information, upload documents and pay the registration fees to generate Permanent Identifier (PID).

CCMN Cut Off 2020

Based on the performance of the candidates in JAM 2020 and seats vacant in various participating institutes, the conducting body will release the CCMN 2020 cut off marks. Candidates will be allotted a seat based on these cut off marks on their desired programmes and institutes. The cut off of CCMN 2020 will be released containing closing score and closing rank in the form of pdf. The conducting body will release the CCMN cut off 2020 for the first three rounds and if all the seats are not filled, the remaining vacancies will be filled by National spot round and Institutional spot admission.

Details mentioned in CCMN Cut Off 2020

  • Closing score

  • Closing rank

  • Name of the institute

  • Programme name

  • Category

  • JAM paper

CCMN Seat Allotment 2020

Candidates will be allotted a seat based on the entries filled in the choice filling round. The first list of CCMN 2020 seat allotment will be released in the second week of June 2020. Candidates who want to accept their allotted seats can pay the counselling participation fee through ICICI bank eazy pay. Similarly, the second and third round of CCMN seat allotment 2020 will be released in the third week of June and Second week of July. Along with the choices filled, the conducting body will also consider common percentile which will be calculated from the JAM rank. After submitting the counselling participation fee, candidates also need to pay CCMN counselling confirmation fee of Rs.5000 after which they can download the provisional admission letter.

CCMN 2020 Participating Institutes and Total Seats

A total of 23 institutes including 21 NIT’s and 2 CFTI’s will be included in the participating institutes of CCMN 2020. Given below are the list of NITS and the CFTI’s who will participate in CCMN 2020.

CCMN 2020 Participating Institutes

S.No.

Participating Institute

Seats

1

National Institute of Technology, Jalandhar

116

2

National Institute of Technology, Agartala

39

3

Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad

25

4

National Institute of Technology, Arunachal Pradesh

22

5

National Institute of Technology, Calicut

68

6

National Institute of Technology, Durgapur

69

7

Malaviya National Institute of Technology, Jaipur

123

8

National Institute of Technology, Jamshedpur

100

9

National Institute of Technology, Manipur

47

10

National Institute of Technology, Hamirpur

75

11

Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology, Nagpur

75

12

National Institute of Technology, Rourkela

182

13

National Institute of Technology, Silchar

75

14

National Institute of Technology, Srinagar

31

15

National Institute of Technology, Warangal

180

16

Sant Longowal Institute of Engineering and Technology, Punjab

75

17

National Institute of Technology, Sikkim

19

18

Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology, Shibpur

180

19

National Institute of Technology, Meghalaya

60

20

National Institute of Technology, Nagaland

12

21

National Institute of Technology, Surathkal

58

22

National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirapalli

109

23

National Institute of Technology, Puducherry

39

Total Seats

1779

To check the detailed Seat Matrix of CCMN 2020 - Click here

CCMN 2020 Fee Structure

Institute Name

Category

Institute Fee

Per Sem (Approx)

Hostel Fee

Mess Fee

NIT Agartala

OC/OB/EWS

10550

8000

17500

SC/ST

10550

8000

17500

MNNIT Allahabad

OC/OB/EWS

42925

1375

17000

SC/ST

42925

1375

17000

NIT Arunachal Pradesh

OC/OB/EWS

18750

24700

3500 (per month)

SC/ST

11250

24700

3500 (per month)

NIT Calicut

OC/OB/EWS

17905

6000

21000

SC/ST

10405

6000

21000

NIT Durgapur

OC/OB/EWS

15450

3500

15000

SC/ST

7950

3500

15000

NIT Hamirpur

OC/OB/EWS

25400

23900

SC/ST

25400

23900

MNIT Jaipur

OC/OB/EWS

43000

26000

20000

SC/ST

35500

26000

20000

NIT Jalandhar

OC/OB/EWS

32000

9000

35000

SC/ST

24500

9000

35000

NIT Jamshedpur

OC/OB/EWS

30000

15000

16500

SC/ST

22500

15000

16500

NIT Manipur

OC/OB/EWS

9350

9000

19800

SC/ST

1850

9000

19800

NIT Meghalaya

OC/OB/EWS

21250

13500

16000

SC/ST

13750

13500

16000

NIT Nagaland

OC/OB/EWS

18350

11500

18000

SC/ST

10850

11500

18000

VNIT Nagpur

OC/OB/EWS

11100

33400

20700

SC/ST

11100

33400

20700

NIT Puducherry

OC/OB/EWS

17100

NA

NA

SC/ST

9600

NA

NA

SLIET Punjab

OC/OB/EWS

14500

2900

14000

SC/ST

14500

2900

14000

NIT Rourkela

OC/OB/EWS

37500

5000

15500

SC/ST

30000

5000

15500

IIEST Shibpur

OC/OB/EWS

19500

1900

25500

SC/ST

4500

1900

25500

NIT Silchar

OC/OB/EWS

24870

4000

25500

SC/ST

24870

4000

25000

NIT Sikkim

OC/OB/EWS

15500

8200

18000

SC/ST

8000

8200

18000

NIT Srinagar

OC/OB/EWS

19100

2250

17000

SC/ST

11600

2250

17000

NIT Surathkal

OC/OB/EWS

40426

25600

SC/ST

32926

25600

NIT Tiruchirappalli

OC/OB/EWS

17100

39250

SC/ST

9600

39250

NIT Warangal

OC/OB/EWS

27550

24000

15000

SC/ST

27550

24000

15000


Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - CCMN 2020

Question: How many institutes will participate in CCMN 2020?

Answer:

 A total of 21 NIT’s and 2 CFTI will participate in CCMN 2020 counselling.

Question: When will the result of JAM 2020 be declared?

Answer:

IIT Kanpur will declare the JAM 2020 result on March 20, 2020.

Question: How can I pay the CCMN 2020 registration fee?

Answer:

Candidates can make the payment of CCMN application by ICICI bank eazypay ( debit card, credit card, e-challan, NEFT, Net banking)

Question: What is the permanent identifier of CCMN 2020?

Answer:

Permanent identifier is the login ID formed for CCMN 2020 applicants after the valid registration and fee payment.

Question: Can I rearrange my choices after automatic locking of CCMN 2020 choice filling?

Answer:

No, candidates can only rearrange their choices before the automatic locking. There is no provision for further re arrangement.

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