Joint IIT, tech admissions put off due to late results
The IITs' fears over the Center's thought to conduct a Joint Seat Designation process for all centrally financed specialized foundations were not misplaced, as told. A day prior to the confirmation procedure was to begin, it had to be put off till further notice because of non-accessibility of JEE (Main) positions for paper I and paper II.
CBSE was charged with publishing the JEE (Main) ranks on June 24, but failed to do so, and resulted in the postponement of joint seat allocation process till further notice. This is the primary year from which premier engineering institutes will conduct a Joint Admission Process alongside with NITs, IIITs and other centrally financed technical institutes.
The Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) will meet today itself in Delhi and will decide the further. The first round to be conducted on 1 July will be postponed. CBSE just yesterday released a statement citing and requesting the higher secondary academic boards in the country to publicize their class XII results by June 25, which will further result in timely screening of All India JEE (Main) ranks, which failed miserably.
CBSE and IITs are waiting for the announcements of class XII results from three distinctive state boards—Odisha Council of Higher Secondary Education, Mizoram Board of School Education, Tripura Board of Secondary Education and other small education boards from states such as Bihar, Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Haryana, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. Absence of 12th results will result in further delay of announcement of JEE (Main) ranks, basically the main eligibility criteria for Joint Seat Allocation process.