The Joint Admissions Committee (JAC) has started online registrations for admission to engineering courses in various institutes in Chandigarh from Monday. Registrations will close on September 14.
Like other states, Chandigarh also accepts JEE-Main scores for admission to engineering course in five institutes – Dr SSB University Institute of Chemical Engineering (Dr SSBUICET), University Institute of Engineering and Technology (UIET), Panjab University Campus; UIET at PU Regional Center Hoshiarpur, Chandigarh College of Engineering and Technology (CCET) and Chandigarh College of Architecture (CCA).
Applicants should apply on chdenggadmissions.nic.in or jacchd.admissions.nic.in. Registration fees are to be deposited either in the form of e-challans at any SBI branch across India or by online payment.
There will be three rounds of online tips, followed by two special rounds. In the special rounds, all candidates who registered before the first round of counseling or newly registered for the special round can participate, whether or not they have participated in the previous rounds.
There is no Chandigarh quota for institutes under PU, which are Dr. SSBUICET, UIET and UIET at regional center in PU Hoshiarpur.
Details regarding eligibility requirements, documents to download and fee details are available on the website.
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