The Centre has decided not to constitute the Joint Seat Acceptance Committee this year for admissions to under-graduate programs in the Indian Institutes of Technology and National Institutes of Technology. This decision is being taken due to the delay in declaration of scores and counseling process.
The provision of implementing a Joint Seat Acceptance Committee was laid by the Center last month in order to ensure that there will be no blocking of seats as well as no seat will remain vacant in the IITs & NITs after the counseling process is over.
As per a notification issued by HRD Ministry, candidates who are offered seats through JEE (Advanced) 2013 or thorough Central Seat Allocation Board (CSAB) for admissions 2013 will be shown the seat allocation results through a joint portal which shall be coordinated by Joint Seat Acceptance Committee 2013.
The committee’s role would be here to identify which candidates are offered seats by only one of the boards or which by both. In case, a candidate has been allocated two seats, the committee would convey the boards about which seat is retained by the candidate and which is returned.
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