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AIEEE 2010 first allotment of seats announced

AIEEE Allotment

The first allotment of AIEEE based admissions being conducted by Central Counselling Board has been announced, a day ahead of the scheduled date for announcement which was 25.6.2010. Candidates can view their allotment at http://ccb.nic.in/CCB2010/AieeeVacantSeat/Result/Result.aspx after choosing the option Engineering/Architecture and then entering the Roll Number. Candidates can take a printout of the allotment details from CCB website. Individual allotment letters will not be sent to the candidates.  Admissions are being made to 18087 seats on All India basis out of which only 10282 are open seats.

Those who have an allotment have to report to any one of the Admission Centers (the list being available at http://ccb.nic.in/ccb2010/Admission%20Centers%208_6_2010.pdf) between June 26 and July 2, 2010, failing which their seat allotment will be cancelled. Further, they will not be considered for further rounds of seat allotment.

When reporting to the Admission Center, candidates should produce all the relevant certificates in original for verification (as detailed in the Admission Brochure) and a signed printout of locked choices. An initial fee of Rs. 35,000/- (for OP and OBC candidates) / Rs. 25,000/- (for SC, ST candidates) in the form of Demand Drafts drawn in favor of ‘Chairman, CCB-2010’, payable at Nagpur, should be submitted at the time of this reporting. This initial fee payment is to be made through two demand drafts. OP / OBC candidates should bring one DD for Rs.1,000/- and the other for Rs. 34,000/- . SC/ST candidates should bring one DD for Rs.1,000/- and the other for Rs. 24,000/-. This initial fee would be adjusted towards the total fee payable by the candidates at the Allotted Institutes.

Candidates, who accept the offer of admission and report to the Admission Centre, will have to exercise one of the following options about willingness for consideration of higher preference choices in the subsequent rounds.

Option (I): All the choices of preference higher than the currently allotted seat to be considered in the subsequent round(s).

Option (II): Only the choices within the currently allotted institute and of higher preference than the currently allotted seat, to be considered in the subsequent round(s).

Option (III): Fully satisfied with the currently allotted seat; do not want to participate in subsequent round(s).

‘Option I’ and ‘Option II’ candidates will lose their claim on seats allotted to them in earlier rounds if they are allotted other seats against their higher preference choices during subsequent rounds.

A provisional admission letter will be issued to the candidates at the Admission Center after the fees are paid, and all certificates / credentials are found in order.
For details, see
http://ccb.nic.in/ccb2010/home.htm

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  • MANOJ KUMAR GOSWAMI

    Please show my alloted seat in aieee 2010.

  • Gifty

    Thogh vide order OM No. F-23-12 / 2008 TS III dated June 9, 2008 of the HRD Ministry according to which 50 per cent seats in the NITs have been reserved exclusively for the candidates of home state of that NIT and the rest 50 per cent are to be filled by the all-India merit list.

    The meeting was necessitated by the June 9 order (OM No. F-23-12 / 2008 TS III dated June 9, 2008) of the HRD Ministry according to which 50 per cent seats in the NITs have been reserved exclusively for the candidates of home state of that NIT and the rest 50 per cent are to be filled by the all-India merit list. The admission to NITs are made on the basis of All India Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE) conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).

    Whereas on the contrary it is noticed from the 1st round of allottment list issued by CCB on 24.06.2010 that the state candidates atre also given seats id ALL India Quota as well as separately in their state quota also. This is not only prevasive to the order referred above but also not on equity and just as several higher ranked deserving candidates are denied seats.

  • http://ccb.nic.in Ritesh kumar singh

    How i know that where i do my councelling please guide me sir

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