JoSAA 6th seat allotment result 2020: JoSAA continues 6th round seat allotment result. The Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) has released the result of JoSSA seat allotment for the sixth round of online counseling. Candidates who had registered for the sixth round of JoSSA counseling can check their results online from the official website. Candidates can check their result with the help of JEE Main application number, password and security PIN.
This is the last round of counseling. The candidates shortlisted in the JoSAA Sixth Seat Allotment Result 2020 will have to report online by paying fees and uploading the required documents. The last date for online reporting is 9 November (11:59 pm), 2020. The last date for answering the query is 10 November.
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JoSAA 6th seat allotment result 2020
JoSAA 6th Seat Allotment Result 2020: Check Results like this
First go to the official website.
After this, click on the link of ‘View Seat Allotment Result – Round 6’.
Now fill in your requested information.
After submitting the information, check the result.
The seat allocation authority announced the result of the seat allotment of the first round on 17 October. The result of seat allotment for the second round was released on October 21 and the result of the third round was released on October 27.
The Join Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) announced some changes in the admission process this year. This time instead of the seven seat allotment round, Josa will hold six entry rounds this year. The purpose of doing this is to complete the admission process before the Diwali holidays. This year is another change to the admission process. Last year, students had to physically report to the allotted institute to confirm their seats, this year this process will be conducted online.
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