CCMN Counselling 2018

CCMN CounsellingCCMN Counselling 2018 - NIT Rourkela is expected to begin the CCMN 2018 counselling by June 8, 2018. The counselling of CCMN 2018 will begin with the registration of candidates who have qualified in JAM 2018.  The applicants need to register, pay the fees and fill the choices thereafter. The result of the first round of seat allotment will start from June 8, 2018, while that for the second round of seat allotment will be announced on June 19, 2018, on the basis of JAM scores. Candidates who wish to withdraw will have the Early Withdrawal Portal available. Candidates will be eligible for a refund of Rs.1000 from the registration fee of Rs.2000 that they paid during registration. They will then be removed from the CCMN 2018 counselling process. Candidates may also participate in the National Spot Round if they withdraw and wish to participate again in CCMN 2018. Candidates will be required to log in and an OTP will be sent to their mobiles after they agree to the early withdrawal terms. Read more about the CCMN counselling process 2018 in the article below.

 

It is important to note that the dates related to the counselling of CCMN 2018 mentioned in this article are tentative and based on last year’s data. They’ll be updated as soon as any official notification gets released.

 

CCMN Counselling 2018 Procedure

Step 1 - Online Registration:

  • The counselling process of CCMN 2018 will begin with applicants registering first and validating their JAM details.

  • Applicants need to enter their personal and academic details, upload the photograph, signature and other documents as specified.

  • Application fee will have to be paid through SBI Collect(Debit/Credit Card/ Net Banking)/ NEFT.

Step 2 – Filling in and locking of choices:

  • Those applicants who have paid the Registration/ application Fee for CCMN 2018 can fill in the choices.

  • Applicants will be required to enter the choices of courses and institutes of their preference.

  • Maximum number of choices should be filled by applicants to avoid missing any seat.

  • During this stage, candidates are free to change, reorder, delete and add to their choices of programmes/Institutes as per their preference till they lock their choices by last week of May, 2018.

  • Applicants must take printout of their registration form and locked choices.

  • This printout mentions the terms and conditions agreed to by the candidates. It has to be signed and submitted at the time of reporting for admission at the admitted institute

  • The last saved choices will be automatically locked by the last week of May in case candidates forget to lock their choices.

  • Applicants who have not filled even one choice will stand the chance to participate in the CCMN 2018 Counselling.

Step 3 - Online Seat Allotment, fee deposition and reporting:

Seats will be allocated to applicants in CCMN 2018 on the basis of their choices in order of merit (over multiple rounds of allotment) and their JAM 2018 scores.

Those applicants allotted a seat must accept the allotment by depositing the Institute fee via Credit card/Debit card/Net banking facility or through NEFT by the specified dates. After depositing the fee, applicants must upload the original documents for online verification by CCMN Administrative Authorities.

On satisfactory verification of all relevant documents and proof of payment of the requisite fee, applicants will be issued an Allotment Letter.

Documents to be uploaded:

  1. Class X (High School) Board Certificate or Original Certificate of Date of Birth issued by competent authority as proof of date of birth

  2. Original Mark Sheet of Class XII

  3. Original Grade/Mark Sheets of qualifying degree examination for all semesters

  4. Original Degree / Provisional certificate, if qualifying degree is completed.

  5. Final year students must submit a certificate that all exams will be completed by mid-July, 2018 and results till pre-final semester have been declared with 60% marks/6.5 CGPA or 55% marks/6.0 CGPA and NO backlog papers from the competent authority of the previously attended institution.

  6. Original Certificate of Social Category (OBC/SC/ST), if applicable,

  7. In case of OBC category, the certificate must be issued on or after first week of April, 2018

  8. Original Certificate for Persons With Disabilities (PWD), if applicable, issued by the competent authority

Note:

  • In case the original certificates are not in English/Hindi, English/Hindi version/translation of such certificates, duly certified by the Principal/Director of the passing out institute, will be required during upload for online verification.

  • OBC and SC Caste Certificates issued from Maharashtra State must be validated by Social Welfare Department whereas ST Caste certificate must be validated by Tribal Development Department of Maharashtra Government.

Step 4 -Getting admitted to ‘Allotted Institute’:

  • Candidates have to report in person to the Institute where the admission has been offered and accepted by the candidate after the verification of the documents and download of the CCMN 2018 Seat Allotment Letter.

  • Candidates should furnish all the required documents in original along with Final Provisional Admission Letter and take formal admission as per the procedure of the admitting Institute.

National Spot Round:

  • The National Spot round (NSR) round will be conducted by CCMN 2018 after two rounds of counselling with fresh registrations being accepted.

  • This round facilitates having a common Spot Round to get admission through the centralized process itself. NSR is aimed at filling the vacant seats after the first two rounds of allotment.

Who is eligible for the NSR:

  • Applicants who have not been allotted a seat in any of the previous 2 rounds.

  • Applicants whose seats have been cancelled in any of the previous reporting periods and are still eligible but not yet allotted a seat.

  • Those applicants who have surrendered their seats.

  • Fresh candidates who did not register at all for CCMN 2018 can register afresh by paying the requisite non-refundable Registration fee

NSR Procedure: the procedure is the same as the earlier two rounds. Candidates will be allotted seats based on the choices they enter and their JAM 2018 Scores

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