CCMN Counselling 2020 - The conducting body of Centralized Counselling for M.Sc Programmes will open the CCMN 2020 counselling registration window from the fourth week of April 2020. Candidates who wish to participate in the counselling of CCMN 2020 need to complete the registration process until the fourth week of May 2020. Only the candidates having a valid JAM 2020 score will be eligible to apply for CCMN counselling 2020. The registered candidates can fill their choices for desired programmes and institutes from the last week of April 2020. The conducting body will release three seat allotment list of CCMN 2020 based on the entries of the applicants. To fill up the vacant seats, the authority will conduct the National Spot Round for both CCMN 2020 registered and non registered candidates. Those candidates who want to claim their seats can download the provisional admission letter of CCMN 2020 counselling and report to the counselling venue for document verification. The result of JAM will be declared on March 20, 2020. The registration fee of CCMN counselling 2020 will be Rs.2000 and can be paid through ICICI Bank Eazypay option.
Application form release
Fourth week of April 2020
Application fee payment (Rs. 2000) starts (through ICICI Bank Eazypay)
Last week of April 2020
Application form last date
Fourth week of May 2020
Last date for payment of CCMN 2020 registration fee (Rs. 2000) through ICICI Bank Eazypay
Choice filling last date
Last week of May 2020
Automatic locking of choices
Re-upload of defective documents
First week of June 2020
Seat allotment (Round 1)
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 (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 (2nd round)
Third and fourth week of June 2020
Seat allotment (Round 3)
Second week of July 2020
Counselling Confirmation Fee (CCF) Payment for Round1 and Round 2 CPF paid candidates (ICICI Bank eazypay)
Counselling Participation Fee (CPF) & Counselling Confirmation Fee (CCF) Payment for Round 3 candidates (ICICI Bank eazypay)
Upgradation Round – Allotment Results
Third week of July 2020
NSR vacancy declaration
Download Provisional Admission Letter (PAL)
Third to Last week of July 2020
Availability of Online Application for NSR Registration (for qualified JAM candidates only)
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
NSR Choice Filling start date
Fourth week of July 2020
Automatic locking of NSR choices
NSR Allotment Results
Download NSR Provisional Admission Letter (PAL)
Candidates can check here the complete procedure of CCMN 2020 counselling starting from registration to the allotment of provisional offer letter. The university also conducts a spot round for admission known as National Spot Round to fill up the vacant seats in the participating institutes of CCMN. The counselling of CCMN 2020 will be conducted in the following steps
The application form of CCMN 2020 will be released in the fourth week of April 2020. The last date to fill and submit the application form of CCMN will be the fourth week of May 2020.
The mode of CCMN registration will be only online.
Only those candidates who have appeared and qualified JAM 2020 are eligible to appear for CCMN counselling 2020.
Candidates need to submit their personal and academic details along with their JAM 2020 scores.
A registration fee of Rs.2000 need to be paid through ICICI bank eazypay.
Applicants will be allowed to fill their choices in the application form from the last week of April 2020.
Candidates will be given an opportunity to put in the course and institutes they wish to seek admission in the order of their preference.
Candidates must note that after they put in their preferences they must lock their choices before the final date as after the deadline the choices that they have entered will be locked automatically.
The last date to fill the choices and preferences will be the fourth week of May 2020.
The conducting body of CCMN 2020 will release three seat allotment in the first week of June, the third week of June and the first week of July 2020 respectively.
Candidates will be offered seats in the 21 NIT’s and 2 CFTIs participating in CCMN 2020.
Candidates are featured in the seat allotment list based on the choices they have selected in the choice filling option.
Candidates are required to pay the admission fee and report the counselling venue after accepting the seat allotment.
The registration fee can be through different payment options in both offline and online mode.
A counselling participation fee of Rs.10,000 need to be paid by the candidates belonging to OC/OB/EWS. Candidates belonging to SC/ ST category need to pay a fee of Rs.7500.
After the payment of fee is done candidates need to upload the relevant documents for the online verification.
Candidates will also get an option to surrender the seat after first and second round seat allotment.
After the release of three round of CCMN seat allotment, the conducting body will display the vacancy of seats for the NSR round in the third week of July 2020. Those candidates who have surrendered their seats in first, second and third round or not paid CCF or CPF fee will be considered eligible for NSR round of CCMN counselling. Those candidates who have not registered themselves for CCMN 2020 counselling will also be eligible for the National Spot Round. NSR registration will start form the third week of July 2020. Candidates can fill their choices in the application form based on which the result of CCMN NSR seat allotment 2020 will be declared in the fourth week of July 2020.
Those candidates who have surrendered their seats are also eligible to appear for the NSR
Only those candidates who have not been allotted a seat in any of the previous 2 rounds can apply for the National Spot Round
Candidates who have not registered for CCMN 2020 can also register afresh for NSR by paying the requisite non-refundable Registration fee.
National Institute of Technology, Durgapur
National Institute of Technology, Agartala
National Institute of Technology, Arunachal Pradesh
National Institute of Technology, Calicut
National Institute of Technology, Jalandhar
National Institute of Technology, Jamshedpur
National Institute of Technology, Manipur
National Institute of Technology, Hamirpur
National Institute of Technology, Rourkela
National Institute of Technology, Silchar
National Institute of Technology, Srinagar
National Institute of Technology, Warangal
National Institute of Technology, Sikkim
National Institute of Technology, Meghalaya
National Institute of Technology, Nagaland
National Institute of Technology, Surathkal
National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirapalli
Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology, Nagpur
Malaviya National Institute of Technology, Jaipur
Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad
Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology, Shibpur
Sant Longowal Institute of Engineering and Technology, Punjab
Original certificate/mark sheet of the qualifying degree examinations
Class 10 mark sheet
Class 12 mark sheet
Final year students must submit a certificate that all exams will be completed by Mid-July, 2020 and results till pre-final semester have been declared with 60 per cent marks/6.5 CGPA or 55 per cent marks/6.0 CGPA
Category certificate (SC/ST/PwD)
Candidates need to pay Rs.2000 for participating in CCMN counselling through ICICI Bank Eazypay.
Candidates can download the provisional admission letter of NSR 2020 in the fourth week of July 2020.
The choices filled by the candidates will be automatically locked after the deadline of choice filling window.
A total of 20 NIT’s and 2 CFTI will offer seats in the M.Sc programme through CCMN counselling 2020.
No, only the candidates who have valid JAM score can apply for CCMN counselling 2020. However, they can apply for NSR round of CCMN 2020.
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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:-
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.
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.
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.
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 ,
c)Public Sector Government Jobs,
e)Jobs in the private sector in companies like WIPRO, TCS, Infosys etc.
All the best!
Hope you are doing well.
Look, IIT-JAM cutoffs vary year by year. There was a sudden change in the cutoffs of different IITs last year which changed the whole pattern.
That was due to the level of Difficulty was low compared to previous years and hence the cutoff went very hight and even at 60 Score in IIT-JAM, one could not get IIT- Indore.
But, the cut-offs are suppose to go down and this time it's IIT Kanpur conducting JAM, and the level of difficulty is also going to increase. So, don't just think of a number as benchmark and attempt. You will get the idea of the paper in the exam hall itself and attempt accordingly.
This year, you have decent chances of getting IIT Indore if you score better which is appropriate at 60.
So, All the best!
Hope it is helpful to you !
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