JEE Advanced Mock Counselling
JEE Advanced mock counselling has already begun from 15th June 2017. After freezing their choices, results to the mock counselling will be displayed. Candidates must follow the procedure below
- Access the link here.
- Provide your JEE advanced roll no. & password.
- Enter the case sensitive security pin/captcha
- Hit the ‘Login’ button.
- You can now begin with your JEE Advanced mock counselling procedure
JEE Advanced Mock Counselling Schedule
Second round acceptance reporting5th July-6th July 2017
|JEE Advanced Mock counselling Event||Date|
|JEE Advanced Mock counselling Event||Date|
|JEE Advanced Mock Counselling Portal Opens||15th June 2017|
|Mock allocation display – 1||20th June 2017|
|Mock allocation display – 2||22nd June 2017|
|Candidate registration & choice filling ends||26th June 2017|
|Data reconciliation, seat allocation & verification||27th June 2017|
|Seat Allocation Display – Round 1||28th June 2017|
|First round acceptance reporting||29th June – 3rd July 2017 from 10 am to 5 PM|
|Second round allocation display||4th July 2017|
|Third round allocation display||7th July 2017|
|Third round acceptance/withdrawal reporting||10 AM – 5 PM on 11th July – 12th July, 2017; 10 AM – 1 PM on 13th July 2017|
|Display of Seats filled/Availability Status||5 PM on 13th July 2017|
|Fourth round seat allocation||8 PM on 13th July 2017|
|Fourth round acceptance/withdrawal reporting||10 AM – 5 PM on 14th July – 15th July, 2017|
|Display of Seats filled||10 AM on 16th July, 2017|
|Fifth round allocation display||5 PM on 16th July 2017|
|Fifth round acceptance/withdrawal reporting||10 Am – 5 PM on 17th July 2017|
|Display of Seats filled/Availability Status||10 AM on 18th July, 2017|
|Sixth round allocation display||5 PM on 18th July 2017|
|Sixth round acceptance/withdrawal reporting||10 AM – 5 PM on 19th July – 20th July 2017|
|Display of Seats filled/Availability Status||10 AM on 21st July, 2017|
|Seventh round allocation display||5 PM on 21st July, 2017|
|Seventh round acceptance reporting (Withdrawal not permitted)||22nd July 2017|
To confirm acceptance, candidates must pay the acceptance fee on the day of reporting of the respective round. Also, physical reporting is compulsory at the acceptance centres.
JEE Advanced 2017
The JEE Advanced 2017 was conducted by IIT Madras. The registration for this exam to the eligible candidates was open from the 28th of April to the 2nd of May. The admit card was available for download for a period of 11 days from the 10th of May to the 21st of May. The exam was conducted on the 21st of May. This examination has two papers. The first paper was held from 9 AM to 12 PM followed by the second paper from 2 PM to 5 PM. The total marks were 366 (both the papers combined). The official answer key was released on the 4th of June and the OMR (Optical Mark Reading) sheets were displayed to the candidates. Requests for review of the answer sheets from the candidates were also taken. The public was free to give feedback and comment on the answer key for two days from 4th of June till the 6th of June. Finally, the results were declared on the 11th of June. The ranks were released online. The candidate can check the results on the official website by entering the registration number, name and other required details.
After the declaration of the results, the counselling procedure for admissions into the IITs and the other above-mentioned institutes takes place. The candidates are required to fill their preferred courses and colleges. Depending on the candidate’s rank and the availability of the seats, the students are admitted into these top colleges. The choice filling option opened on 15th of June. The candidate can fill in the preferences till the 26th of June. The seat allotment procedure begins on 28, June and extends till the 19th of July. After this, the candidate will get admitted into the institute by producing required documents and fees payment.
JEE Advanced mock counselling
The choice filling is allowed till the 26th of June. On the 20th of June, JoSAA (Joint Seat Allocation Authority) will display the mock seats allotted to the students. The candidate gets an idea of the procedure and can change the preferences. Then, the preferences are locked and cannot be changed hereafter. JoSAA conducts mock seat allocation as sometimes, candidates may wrongly judge the probable branch and college they would be getting. This is however not the actual allotment list and is not completely reliable. Mock allocation considers the applications of all the candidates who would have filled the form before the 20th of June. The actual allocation considers all the applications. The result of JEE Advanced mock counselling or the mock allotment results represents the college and branch a candidate would probably get after the first round of counselling. If the candidate isn’t happy with the results, he/she can still change the order of preferences keeping the possibilities (closing/opening ranks of the branches in the colleges) of that particular seat in mind. This is a decent initiative by the allocation authority which helps the students understand the procedure better and also gives a chance to eliminate possible errors in the preference order.
JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) is a two-tier examination through which the eligible candidates get admitted into IITs (Indian Institutes of Technology), NITs (National Institute of Technology) and other centrally funded institutes. The first exam is JEE Main which is generally held in the first week of April (online mode). After qualifying in this exam, the candidate gets to write one of the toughest exams in the country, JEE Advanced. Qualifying JEE Advanced gives the candidate the opportunity to get an admission into the top most engineering colleges in India, the Indian Institutes of Technology. The other colleges which the JEE Advanced score are Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISERs), Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology and Indian Institute of Science. JEE Main ranks are considered to get admits into National Institutes of Technology, Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs) and other Centrally Funded Technical Institutes (CFTIs). In 2017, over 12 lakh students appeared for JEE Main exam out of which around 2.2 lakh were selected for JEE Advanced exam. Over ten filled every year through this exam.
We hope the allocation procedure through JEE Advanced mock counselling is clear. For further clarifications, do ask in the comments’ section.