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1. All the interested applicants have to pay INR 400/- as application fee and have to pay additional
charges.
2. The application fee can be paid through Credit/Debit card or Net Banking or through Challan in any
branch of Corporation Bank of India.
3. Candidates must remember that fee will not be regressed (Not Refundable).

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The Application Form filling will begin from 3rd Week of March. The Application Forms for CET Delhi 2020 can be filled till 30 April 2020.

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Applicants have to pay INR 1000 (One Thousand Rupees) as an Application Fees to appear in LEET. Lateral Entry in B.Tech are available in Haryana LEET, UP LEET. For Delhi LEET, One can apply for DTU (Delhi Technological University) and GGSIP (Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University).

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STEP 1 - Pay Processing Fees.
STEP 2 - Online Registration.
STEP 3 - Online Choice Submission.
STEP 4 - Check Result of Seat Allotment.
STEP 5 - Allotted candidates Pay Part Institutional Fees (Online).
STEP 6 - Report to Allotted Institute for Document Verification.
STEP 7 - FREEZE (If satisfied with the allotment).
STEP 8 - Pay Balance Institutional Fees (Online) and Print Final Letter of Seat Allotment.

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After 4th round of counselling, vacancies(if any) due to cancellation or any other reason for all programmes will be computed and notified along with the schedule and venue of Spot round on the website.

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If the candidate is satisfied with the seat allotted to him/her and does not want to participate in subsequent rounds of counselling for up-gradation, he/she must FREEZE his/her allotted seat by clicking the freeze option available in his/her account within the specified time period else his/her next higher preferences will be considered automatically for Up gradation in all subsequent rounds of counsellings.

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85% of the total sanctioned intake of Government and Government aided and Private self financing Institutions shall be filled-up by candidates who have passed the qualifying examinations from schools located in Delhi.15% seats shall be filled-up by candidates passing the qualifying examinations from the schools located Outside Delhi.

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Such candidates are required to do the correction in the application form. In Computer Based examination, candidates can choose the medium during the examination.

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In this case only one admit card will be issued to the candidate. Candidates are required to send an e-mail to jeemain@nic.in mentioning both the application numbers and specifying clearly the application number which they want to be considered.

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It is not necessary to enter the roll number, if roll number is provided then fill it other leave it empty.

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NTA (National Testing Agency) has announced that Paper 2 of JEE Main 2020 will be conducted separately for B.Arch and B.Plan. Instead of drawing section, B.Plan examination will have a section with questions on Planning. The application process has also been changed by the authorities and the fee can be paid only in online mode (net banking/credit card/debit card/UPI/PayTM). The application fee has also been changed for all categories. The number of exam centers has also decreased to 231 Indian cities and 9 foreign cities. In the previous year, the total number of Indian exam cities were 264. Candidates can also change their exam centers through JEE Main application form correction facility.

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Candidates who wish to apply for admission through JEE Mains 2020 Paper II (B.Arch) need to have scored 50% marks individually in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and also 50% aggregate marks in 12th standard (or equivalent) examination. This information has been notified by Council of Architecture to NTA.

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The total number of attempts will be six, since the examination is held twice a year and the candidates originally have a maximum of three attempts.

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More than 4000 schools and engineering colleges with internet and computer facilities in every region will be facilitating free practice sessions on every Saturday and Sunday for JEE Main 2020 aspirants. Student registration has to be done in online mode.

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1. CET Delhi is organized by the Department of Training and Technical Education, Delhi.
2. It is a state level entrance exam which offers admission in diploma courses in the field of Engineering & Technology, Pharmacy and various other fields.
3. To get admission, candidates have to qualify the entrance exam with minimum qualifying marks.
4. Candidates successfully qualifying the entrance test will get admission into various government as well as private polytechnic institutions/colleges located in Delhi.
5. CET is conducted in second-third week of May.

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