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Sir, I have got 24376 rank in JEE Mains 2017. I am in general gategory. Can you plz suggest me the order of filling choice in JAC delhi 2017. PLz reply at the earliest as today is the first day of filling choices .

Sir, I have got 24376 rank in JEE Mains 2017. I am in general gategory. Can you plz suggest me the order of filling choice in JAC delhi 2017. PLz reply at the earliest as today is the first day of filling choices .

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Vasanth SR
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4 years ago
AC Delhi Eligibility Criteria 2017:
Aspiring candidates, who seek B.Tech/B.E. admissions at DTU, NSIT andIGDTUW,are required to have obtained a rank in JEE Main 2017 Paper-I.
Admissions to B. Arch course at IGDTUW will be based on JEE Main 2017 All India Ranks in Paper-II.
IIIT Delhi will offer admissions to candidates in B.Tech programmes through JAC Delhi 2017 on the basis of their total marks in JEE Main 2017 Paper 1 and bonus marks secured for achievements in Olympiads, Culture, Programming Contest, Chess, Innovation, Sports, National Talent Search, etc.).
Students appearing in the annual exam of the qualifying examination in 2017 and have compartment, can’t apply forJAC Delhi 2017admission procedure for the admission year 2017-18.
Qualifying marks criteria for B. E./B. Tech atDTU, IGDTUW and NSIT:
Students must have secured at least 60% aggregate marks or more in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics at Senior School Certificate Examination Level/XII.
Besides this, they should also have passed English as a subject (Core or Elective) at Senior School Certificate Examination Level.
Each of the above subjects needs to be passed individually/separately.
Qualifying marks criteria for B. Tech. Course at IIIT-D:
For admissions to B.Tech programmes atIIIT Delhi, candidates must have secured minimum 80% aggregate marks of best of five subjects (including Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics) in the qualifying examination.
80% or more marks in Mathematics (separately) are also required.
Qualifying marks criteria for B. Arch. Course at IGDTUW:
Minimum 50% marks in separately in the qualifying examination with pass in Mathematics (subject) in Senior School Certificate Level Examination.
The candidates are also required to qualify inJEE Main 2017Paper II.
Age Criterion for DTU, IGDTUW and IIIT-D:
For admissions to B.Tech/B.Arch programmes at DTU, IIIT Delhi and IGDTUW, the candidates must be al least 17 years of age on or before October 1, 2017. The maximum age limit is 25 years on or before October 1, 2017. However, candidates are also given relaxation in age up to 1 year for the minimum age criteria by the competent authority. But for that, the candidates are required to apply for relaxation during admission.
Age Criterion for NSIT only:
There are no eligibility criteria related to age for admission intoNSIT.
Relaxation in qualifying marks for different categories at DTU and IGDTUW:
S.No.
Category
Minimum marks relaxation
1.Other Backward Class (Non Creamy Layer) - (OBC-NCL) 5%
2.Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST) 10%
3.Defence (CW)5%
4.Differently Abled Person (PD)10%
Relaxation in qualifying marks for different categories at NSIT:
S.No.
Category
Minimum marks relaxation
1.Other Backward Class (Non Creamy Layer) - (OBC-NCL)10%
2.Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST) Just pass in
Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in the qualifying examination
3. Defence (CW)5%
4.Differently Abled Person (PD) 5%
Relaxation in qualifying marks for different categories at IIIT Delhi:
S.No.
Category
Minimum marks relaxation
1.Other Backward Class (Non Creamy Layer) - (OBC-NCL)5%
2.Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST)10%
3.Defence (CW) 5%
4.Differently Abled Person (PD) 5%
JAC Delhi Reservation Criteria 2017:
85% of the total seat intake at the 4 participating institutes of JAC Delhi 2017 are reserved for Delhi Region candidates. The candidates who have passed their qualifying examination from any recognised school/college/institute situated within the National Capital Territory is considered as Delhi Region.
15% of the total seat intake in the 4 participating institutes are reserved for candidates from Outside Delhi Region. Candidates, who have passed their qualifying exam from any recognised school/college/institute situated outside National Capital Territory is considered as Outside Delhi Region).
Candidates passing the qualifying exam through Patrachar Vidyalaya, Delhi/National Institute of Open School, Delhi (NIOS), their region would be considered according to the location of the exam centre.
Reservation Policy of DTU & NSIT:
S.No.
Category
Reservation %
1.Other Backward Class (Non Creamy Layer) - (OBC-NCL) 27%
2.Scheduled Caste (SC) 15%
3.Scheduled Tribe (ST) 7.5
4.Defence (CW) 5%
5.Differently Abled Person (PD) 3%
6.Kashmiri Migrants (KM) (Supernumerary)1 seat over and above the total intake
7. Single Girl Child (SG) only at DTU 1 seat in each branch of DTU, over and above their normal intake
8. Central/State Board Topper (TP) only at DTU 1 seat in each branch of DTU, over and above their normal intake Reservation Policy of IGDTUW:
S.No.
Category
Reservation %
1.Other Backward Class (Non Creamy Layer) - (OBC-NCL) 27%
2.Scheduled Caste (SC) 15%
3.Scheduled Tribe (ST)7.5
4.Defence (CW) 5%
5.Differently Abled Person (PD)3%
6.Kashmiri Migrants (KM) (Supernumerary)1 seat over and above the total intake
Reservation Policy of IIIT Delhi:
S.No.
Category
Reservation %
1.Other Backward Class (Non Creamy Layer) - (OBC-NCL)27%
2.Scheduled Caste (SC) 15%
3.Scheduled Tribe (ST)7.5
4.Defence (CW)5%
5.Differently Abled Person (PD) 3%
6. Kashmiri Migrants (KM) (Supernumerary) 1 seat over and above the total intake

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