JoSAA: Fifth round seat allocation results declared
The JoSAA (Joint Seat Allocation Authority) announced the results of the fifth round of seat allotment for JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) Mains, 2016 on the 17th of July, 2016, well before their stipulated time i.e. 5 pm.
According to the announcement of JoSAA, the selected candidates who have been allotted seats for the first time in the fifth round seat allocation results and the ones who have to do dual reporting must report at the reporting centres to confirm the acceptance of their seats by 18th July, 2016 between 10 am to 5 pm.
The result for the fifth round of seat allotment is available here.
To see the results of the fifth round seat allocation, follow the steps given below:
- Go to the official website of the JoSAA: josaa.nic.in
- Please enter the Roll number of JEE Mains 2016, as is mentioned in the Admit Card.
- Enter the password used for candidate registration in the official JoSAA website.
- Click the Login option to check your seat allotment results.
- If allotted a seat, download the seat allotment letter from the official website.
The candidates who have been offered seats in the 5th round of allotment are required to pay the Seat Acceptance fee via SBI internet banking or e-challan. Thereafter, they have to visit the nearest reporting centre and verify all the relevant documents in order to complete the provisional seat acceptance process.
In order to see the list of reporting centers, click here.
The JoSAA has announced that the results of sixth and the final round of seat allotment will be declared in the official website (www.josaa.nic.in ) on the 19th of July, 2016.
In order to participate in the subsequent rounds of seat allotment, the candidates must select the option “float” or “slide” the academic program. If the candidate is satisfied with the allotted program, he can “freeze” his choice and will not be considered for any further rounds.
To withdraw from the seat allotment process, the candidate has to go to the nearest reporting centre and complete the concerned formalities before the 6th round of seat allotment.
The JoSAA has announced that in case of the change in allotment of a student from the NIT system to the IIT system, they have to go to an IIT reporting centre and vice versa.
To help the candidates make an informed decision, JoSAA has announced the number of seats already accepted and the seats left vacant following the seat acceptance of the previous rounds of allotment.
In the academic year 2016-17, the JoSAA is allocating seats to the successful candidates to 92 educational institutions across India including 22 IITs, ISM, 31 NITs, 20 IIITs and 18 other GFTI (Government Funded Technical Institutes).
To know more about the participating institutes in JoSAA JEE Main, click here.
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