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What After JEE Advanced 2020 Results? Check the process of counselling and further details

As IIT Delhi has announced the result of JEE Advanced 2020 on October 5, 2020. Students are curious to know what after the JEE Advance 2020 result

By Swati Mishra

Indian Institute of Technology, IIT Delhi has released the result of the Joint Entrance Exam, JEE Advance 2020 on the official website This year Chirag Falor from Pune – who has also secured the 1 rank in JEE Mains – has topped in JEE Advance with AIR 1 rank in the list of 1,50,828 aspirants. Among the female candidates, Kanishka Mittal has secured 1 rank with AIR 17.

JoSAA has a responsibility to conduct counselling and provide seats to students as per their filing choices. The process of allotting seats will be begun from tomorrow October 6, 2020. The counselling is conducted as a centralized online admission process for admission into 23 IITs, 31 NITs, IIEST Shibpur, 26 IIITs, and 29 other state-run Government Funded Technical Colleges (GFTIs) along with private institutes. JEE Advances 2020 qualified candidates are being invited for the registration process from tomorrow. Candidates are advised to register themselves as soon as possible so that they can get college as per their choice.


JEE Advanced 2020 Counselling process: Step-wise instructions that need to be followed

  • Step 1 is registration
  • Step 2 filing choice and locking their choice of college
  • Step 3 seat allotment process will be started
  • Step 4 students are asked to submit the final fee and report at the centre


JEE Advance 2020 cut-off:

IIT Delhi has already released the JEE Advance qualifying cut-off. The below mentioned table is just showing the minimum marks that candidates need to secure in order to apply for the admission to the 23 IITs through JoSAA Counselling.


Qualifying cut-off Marks for JEE Advance:

Category Minimum per-cent of marks in each subject Minimum per-cent of aggregate marks
Common rank list (CRL) 10 35
GEN-EWS 9 31.5
OBC-NCL 9 31.5
SC 5 17.5
ST 5 17.5


Admission and seat allotment process to the 23 IITs are on basis of the JEE Advance ranks. Only those candidates who secure the minimum marks as given in the above table are eligible for applying for the admission and will be issued the rank card for the entrance.


JoSAA 2020 Schedule: There is a total of six round of counselling:  





JoSAA registration starts October 6, 2020
First seat allotment process October 12, 2020
Last date  of registration and filing choice October 15, 2020
The first round of seat allocation October 17, 2020
Displaying the screen of vacant seats in round 1 and second round of seat allocation October 21, 2020


Displaying the screen of vacant seats in round 2 and third round of seat allocation October 26, 2020
Displaying the screen of vacant seats in round 3 and fourth round of seat allocation October 30, 2020
Displaying the screen of vacant seats in round 4 and fifth round of seat allocation November 3, 2020
Online reporting for round 5 November 4, 2020
Displaying the screen of vacant seats in round 5 and sixth round of seat allocation November 7, 2020
Online reporting for the final round for IITs November 8, 2020


It should be noted that the admission cut-off mark will be available at the end of each round of counselling and the cut-off marks will vary for each IIT, each branch, category, and gender, etc.


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