The joint seat allocation process for admissions to IITs and NITs is put off till further notice. The procedure was to begin on June 25.
More than 11 lakh aspirants should be a piece of the procedure for admissions to more than 32,000 seats.
No less than three noteworthy state sheets and other littler sheets from a few different states are yet to present their class XII scores to the CBSE.
Without class XII scores, the CBSE won't have the capacity to announced the JEE (Main) positions, which is vital for the joint seat allocation process.
The CBSE gives 40% weightage to class XII scores while figuring the JEE (Main) positions. The joint procedure is surprisingly considering numerous rank frameworks.
The Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) will be meeting on Thursday evening in Delhi to choose the further strategy.
The powers may announce the new calendar by June 26 after the meeting. This is the first year that IITs wanted to have a joint process alongside NITs, IIITs and other midway supported technical institutes. This postponement may prompt a deferral in the begin of the scholarly session at IITs. It will likewise affect affirmations in states' engineering college.
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