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2.12 lakh register for AIEEE counselling

Raghava M.


The first round of counselling starts on June 26

3.99 lakh students had cleared the examination


MANGALORE: Nearly 2.12 lakh of the 3.99 lakh students who cleared the All-India Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE) have registered with the Central Counselling Board (CCB) for admission to 30 National Institutes of Technology (NITs), five Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT), and 13 Centrally-funded institutions.

The CCB based this year in the National Institute of Technology-Karnataka (NIT-K) Surathkal, near here, is conducting the counselling and allotment of seats for 2011-12 academic year. The online registration, which began on June 11, ended on Thursday at 5.30 p.m.

According to G. Srinikethan, professor from NIT-K Surathkal and coordinator of the CCB, 2,12,615 candidates registered and gave their choices on the website www.ccb.nic.in.

With students allowed to make multiple choices of institutes and disciplines, the number of choices had reached 1.44 crore, he said.

Mr. Srinikethan said the CCB would make available on its website on June 25 the seats allocated in the first round of counselling, which starts on June 26. While the choice submitted by the candidates cannot be changed for the first three rounds of counselling, the candidates will be permitted to modify their choices after the fourth and fifth rounds of counselling.

All those who have failed to get themselves registered online will be permitted to participate in the Spot Round admission which will be held between August 11 and 13. All candidates eligible for central counselling, except those who have been admitted to an institute, will be eligible for the Spot Round.

It is in this round that admission to seats in the 23 self-financed institutions (SFIs) will be done.

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