JoSAA 2018 Seat Upgradation: Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) is a committee that has a representative from the Joint Admission Board and the Central Seat Allocation Board. The Joint Admission Board has its own policy and norms for allocation of seats to the IITs and ISM. The Central Seat Allocation Board has framed its own policies and norms for allocation of seats to the NITs, IIITs and GFTIs.
JoSAA 2018 Seat Upgradation
The seat allocation of JoSAA 2018 has been announced by the Joint Seat Allocation Authority. They delegate seat according to the seat matrix data that is provided by the participating institutes. There are four rounds of seat allotment and the whole purpose of allocation of the seat is to provide seats on the basis of birth, nationality and ability and disability of the candidates.
The candidates can be eligible for allocation of seat in more than one category and it depends on the category tag and rank list. A similar situation happens also for the other GFTI for the home candidates. If the number of seats that are allocated is not in the 1 seat category then the candidates will be considered in the subsequent rounds of JoSAA Seat upgradation of seat category.
The candidates can be eligible for allocation of seats in more than one category. It depends on their category tag and rankings. If the candidates don’t get a seat in the first seat category then they are automatically considered for JoSAA upgradation of the seat in the subsequent roads.
The Institute that will be allocated to people cannot be changed later due to upgradation of seat category. For example, if a candidate belongs to C – PwD and he or she has been allocated seat under SC – PwD category and they also are in the three rank lists of CRL PwD, SC, and SC- PwD then an attempt can be made in the subsequent rounds to allocate seat in the SC or OPEN – PWD category.
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