Ending the endless wait for the lakhs of aspiring students who have undergone JEE (Mains), CBSE declared that the ranks for the Paper I and Paper II would be up at www.jeemain.nic.in and www.cbseresults.nic.in . Thus the process for admission in various IITs, NITs and IIITs would begin around the country.
Because of the delay in taking out the results the admissions for the session were getting delayed, resulting in anxiety and fear amongst the students regarding their admissions. According to a CBSE statement released recently, “The all India ranks of JEE main 2015 have been declared by CBSE and the data CD has been handed over to the central seat allocation board 2015 (NIT Patna) for counseling purpose. The candidate may see their result on the website www.jeemain.nic.in and www.cbseresults.nic.in after 12 noon.”
NIT Patna would then facilitate the process of seat allotment for all the meritorious students of JEE (Main). There was a rising speculation whether the joint seat allocation process of admissions to IITs and NITs would at all possible or not, keeping in mind that it had already been postponed twice. Over 11 lakh students who had been waiting for their counseling were getting agonized due to the lethargy in part of the administration. The joint seat allocation has to happen for the 85 technical institutes including 18 IITs and 31 NITs in the country.
As CBSE has announced the ranks, the registration and filling of choices can be now done by the students. According to the CBSE officials, “The announcement of the all-India ranks was delayed due to failure of six-seven school boards to furnish the particulars and weightage of the individual students. Although they were asked to submit the details by June 25, they could not do so which led to the delay in releasing the ranking list.”
As per the revised schedule given by CBSE the online registration and choices of seats would continue till July 3 and beginning of first round of seat allocations would be declared on July 5. As per the original schedule the joint seat allocation programme was about to start at June 25, which got delayed due to issues pointed by CBSE.
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