The Joint Seating Allocation Authority (JoSAA) has published guidelines for admission to 114 institutions, including IIT and NIT
For admission to 114 institutes for the 2021-22 academic year, the Joint Seating Allocation Authority (JoSAA) has published guidelines. Among the institutes are 23 IIT, 31 NIT, IIEST Shibpur, 26 IIIT and 29 other government funded technical institutes (Other-GFTI).
- Admission to IITs will continue until JEE Advanced 2021.
- Admission to other institutes, called NIT+, will be through JEE main 2021.
“It is mandatory for candidates to register through the JoSAA 2021 official online portal in order to obtain places to be allotted through JoSAA 2021 in any of the IIT, NIT, IIEST, IIIT (Triple-I-Ts) and others-GFTI. academic programs, along with admission capacity by category, on the online portal https://josaa.nic.in,” said an official statement from JoSAA.
For institutes of international education, the total undergraduate programs at the institute will be at least 20% female by the 2021-22 academic session. For NIT, IIEST Shibpur and some of the IIIT, the individual undergraduate program will have at least 20% female by the 2021-22 academic session.
To be included in the IIT Joint Ranking List, a candidate must obtain a minimum of 35% of the total grades and a minimum of 10% of grades in each subject. For the EWS General Score List and OBC-NCL Score List, the minimum percentage required for each subject and the minimum percentage required for overall scores are 9% and 31.5%, respectively. For all other categories, the minimum score percentage in each subject is 5% and the minimum overall score percentage is 17.5%.
The Central Seat Allocation Board (CSAB) 2021 establishes policies and criteria for allocating seats for NIT+ institutes. CSAB will announce the working rules and schedule at https://csab.nic.in in due course.
Candidates can find details about enrollment options, filling, seat width, confirmation, verification, freezing, flotation, slide options, and other admission procedures from the JoSAA Guidelines.