CCMN Admissions for Non JAM Candidates Through ISA 2020
Updated on Oct 10, 2019 - 4 p.m. IST by Vishwas Garia

CCMN Admissions for Non JAM Candidates Through ISA 2020 - The participating institutes of CCMN 2020 will conduct the Institutional Spot Admission (ISA) round after completion of three rounds of CCMN 2020 seat allotment for admission of Non JAM candidates through ISA. The Institute Spot Admission (ISA) round of CCMN 2020 will make those candidates who did not register for CCMN or have not appeared for JAM 2020 examination eligibile for admission in M.Sc programmes of 20 NITs and 2 CFTIs. The number of vacant seats available in the participating institutes for Institutional Spot Admission of CCMN 2020 will be published in the third week of July 2020 after third round of seat allotment. The registration of ISA 2020 will start with the release of NSR application form in the third week of July 2020. After registration and paying the application fee, candidates need to fill their choices for preferred programmes and institutes. Candidates are required to make as many preferred choices as they can to increase their chances of securing a seat in any of CCMN 2020 participating institutes. The result of JAM 2020 will be declared on March 20, 2020. However, candidates who have appeared for JAM examination or CCMN are also eligible for Institution Spot Admission under some specific conditions. Read the article below to know the details of the eligibility conditions, important dates and more.

CCMN 2020 Counselling Dates for Institutional Spot Admission



Declaration of NSR Vacancy

Third week of July 2020

Download Provisional Admission Letter (PAL)

Third week to the 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 week of July 2020

Last date of online application submission and uploading documents of NSR

Third week of July 2020

NSR Choice Filling starts

Third week of July 2020

Last date for NSR Choice Filling

Third week of July 2020

Automatic locking of NSR choices

Third week of July 2020

NSR – Allotment Results

Fourth week of July 2020

Download NSR Provisional Admission Letter (PAL)

Fourth week of July 2020

Who all are eligible for Institutional Spot Admission 2020?

  • Candidates who did not appear for JAM 2020 entrance examination and do not possess a valid JAM 2020 score.

  • Candidates who did not qualify JAM 2020 examination.

  • Applicants with a valid JAM 2020 score who did not meet the essential eligibility criteria of CCMN 2020 counselling

  • Candidates who did not obtain an allotment through CCMN 2020 counselling in both normal rounds and NSR but have qualified JAM 2020 with a valid score.

CCMN Admissions for Non-JAM Candidates through ISA 2020 - Key Points

  • CCMN 2020 merit list will be prepared based on the order of preferences mentioned in the ISA categories.

  • Once the registration of ISA and preference filling is closed, the merit list of candidates will be published.

  • Candidates who have a valid JAM 2020 score but have not been offered seats in the three counselling rounds are also eligible to apply for ISA.

  • Candidates are advised to select as many preferred institutes as they can during the choice filling for improving chances of getting a seat.

  • Candidates who wish to seek admission in the participating institutes of ISA must make sure to register under ISA.

  • The registration process for IA will begin along with the registrations for National Spot round (NSR).

  • The institute will notify candidates about ISA round of CCMN 2020 through email or phone in their registered contact details.

  • The university will send an email regarding the participating institutes conducting ISA to the candidates.

  • The admissions through ISA will depend upon the number of seats vacant for a course in a participating institute.

  • If the candidates who have applied do not meet the eligibility criteria specified by the individual participating institute the candidate will not be considered for admission.

  • The list of choices of institutes will be available for filling, after the Final Vacant Seat Matrix is published after the completion of NSR.

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What is the cutoff score of Jam physics

L RESHMASREE 18th Jan, 2020

The qualifying mark of IIT JAM Physics according to previous years analysis is 15.

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Jam msc chemistry book is provided plz

ayush mishra 15th Jan, 2020

Hey aspirant!

IITJAM Chemistry paper consists question from three basic sections of chemistry that is, Physical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and Inorganic Chemistry. Although few other subjects like analytical chemistry also contain some weightage but it can be grouped into the above three subjects also. Now, the books for IITJAM Chemistry which you should refer are given below although I would advise to study some of them only if you have your basics clear as they are quite descriptive and you have to be clever enough to understand the important topics and the not-so important ones. The books which you should refer are:-

Inorganic Chemistry:- JD Lee, Meissler-Tarr, James E.Huheey. These are the authors of the books and the names of the books are different but are commonly known by these names only. Also you must refer to Vogel's Qualitative Inorganic Analysis book as in my opinion it is the best for inorganic analysis.

Organic Chemistry:- You can refer the books by these authors IL Finar , PS Kalsi and also Mehta and Mehta is good in clearing the basics and reaction mechanisms.

Physical Chemistry:- You can refer these books (these are the commonly known authors of the books) Peter Atkins, Samuel Glasstone, Thomas Engel-Phillip Reid, Keith Laidler etc. These are the books for different topics such as Chemical Thermodynamics, Chemical Kinetics etc.

These were some of the books which you can refer to but these are not necessary as you can have your own reference books based on difficulty level of some of these books.

Hope this helps.


what are my options after clearing JAM?

Raj Aryan Sharma 10th Jan, 2020

Hello Anindita. After clearing IIT JAM, you will have many career options like-

a)Pursuing Research and Teaching or opting for good Ph.D programs from Europe and the USA ,

b)Civil Services,

c)Public Sector Government Jobs,

d)Defense Jobs,

e)Jobs in the private sector in companies like WIPRO, TCS, Infosys etc.

All the best!


Can Msc geology students from IIT Kharagpur through JAM can apply for non core jobs or msc geology students selected only through IIT jee are allowed to apply for campus placement in non core jobs in programming ,data analysis etc?

Naufal Mohamed 9th Jan, 2020
Oh no you have definitely got the wrong idea here. Whether you got into IIT through JEE or JAM doesn't matter. Every student of the institution is allowed to apply for campus placements regardless of his methos of admission. You should have the minimum required GPA set by your college and you are good to go.
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