IntroductionJoint Admission Counseling (JAC), Delhi, under the Govt of NCT of Delhi, was set up with an idea of reducing multiple admission processes going separately in the various undergraduate institutions in the NCT of Delhi area. This centralised agency conducts admissions for some select institutes/universities in the NCT of Delhi area. The basis of admissions is the eligibility marks in their 10+2 or equivalent examination and also the score of the students in the combined JEE (Main) examination conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA).
Now, JAC, Delhi is inviting online applications for admissions to B.Tech. and B.Arch. courses for the academic session 2021-2022 in the following five institutions/universities -
1. Delhi Technological University, DTU (Formerly known as Delhi College of Engineering).
2. Netaji Subhash University of Technology (NSUT).
3. Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for Women (IGDTUW).
4. Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology Delhi (IIIT-D).
5. Delhi Skill and Entrepreneurship University (DSEU).
There will be two separate counselling one for the engineering candidates and the other for the B.Arch. candidates. The B.Arch. programme is being offered by only two institutions that are Netaji Subhash University of Technology (NSUT) and Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for Women (IGDTUW). The candidates also should make a note that though all these institutions offer B.Tech. course but the B.Tech. programme offered by IGDTUW is for an integrated dual degree that is B.Tech. + MBA.
Admission brochureA detailed admission brochure is available on the website www.jacdelhi.nic.in where the complete information about these institutions and courses offered by them and facilities available in their campus for the students is given. The candidates must go through the brochure meticulously before applying for admission. The details of the different courses provided by these institutions are mentioned in the brochure. The brochure also provides the availability of seats, reservations, seat allocations and other finer details regarding seats falling vacant and their further allotment etc.
EligibilityOnly those students who have got 60% marks in their 10+2 or equivalent qualification with science subjects and had appeared and qualified in JEE (Main) are eligible to apply for admission in DTU, NSUT, IGDTUW, and DSEU while they should have at least 70% in 10+2 science group and qualified in JEE (Main) for applying for admission in IIIT-D. Admission to B.Tech. in the institutions DTU, NSUT, IGDTUW, and DSEU will be based on the above criterion but for admission in IIIT-D the weightage score of JEE (Main) along with other activities like National Talent Search, Olympiads, Programming contests, Sports, Cultural activities, Innovation, etc will also be considered.
Reservations1. 85% of the seats of all the above participating institutes is reserved for the Indian nationals resident in the Delhi region (NCT of Delhi) while 15% are for the outside state candidates.
2. The eligibility marks criterion of 10+2 will be reduced by 5 to 10% in respect of various reserved categories.
3. Reservation quota for reserved category candidates is available as: SC-15%, ST-7.5%, OBC-27%, EWS-10%, Defence-5%, and PwD-5%.
Online application processThe interested candidates have to register online on the JAC, Delhi website (www.jacdelhi.nic.in) as per the instructions mentioned in the admission brochure available on the site. Those students who have already registered on the site can login by entering their JEE (Main) application number and password. After completing the application they have to upload the necessary documents as asked and also pay online the non-refundable admission fee of Rs 1500 for B.Tech. course and Rs 750 for the B.Arch. course.
The students have to indicate the choice of the courses and institutions and it is advised that they should give as many choices as possible to take advantage of the various rounds of counselling sessions.
Online application datesThe online application process is commencing from 24th September 2021 at 10.00 AM and will be open till 24th October 2021 up to 11.59 PM.
Tentative verification / counselling schedule
If the defence and Kashmiri migrants category candidate is not satisfied with the above document verification, he can contact JAC Delhi team on the Helpline Numbers or Email. For clarification and resolving any issue about IIITD Bonus points, the candidate may contact IIIT Delhi or can visit it at Okhla Industrial Estate, Phase III, Delhi-110020, personally on October 27, 2021 (Wednesday) before 5:00 PM.
From October 29 (Friday) to November 2 (Tuesday) 2021 (up to 5:00 PM only), the candidate has to make an online payment of admission fee of Rs 112000 in the JAC portal.
Contact information and help desk1. Help desk email address for general queries and for B.TEch. programme - email@example.com
2. Help desk email address for B.Arch. programme - firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Helpline Phone numbers of the participating institutes:
DTU - 8929945351, 8929945352
NSUT - 8929945354, 8929945355
IIIT-D - 8929945356, 8929945357
IGDTUW - 8929945358, 8929945359
DESU - 8929945360, 8929945361
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the advantage of participating in later rounds of counselling?
There are many good students who apply at many places and there is a bright chance that they will be joining the best institution out of the lot and getting their admission cancelled in other places. So due to this, some positions may get vacant and there are chances for the average students to try for these seats which can be done only in the later rounds of counselling.
Who can benefit from the dual degree B.Tech.+MBA as offered by IGDTUW ?
Nowadays many students are going for MBA after completing their B.Tech. degree course to get better positions in the industry and business houses. With this aspiration in mind it makes sense to go for a dual degree course.
What is the use of giving so many choices of courses while applying for admission?
The idea of indicating many courses as options at the time of making an application is basically to ascertain the merit position of the student in different courses for admission. That status will be definitely useful for the students in taking a decision for selecting the right course for admission.
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