NIMCET 2021 Result: The National Institute Of Technology, Raipur will declare the NIMCET 2021 Result on or before June 08, 2021. The qualified candidates are able to download their Rank Card from their login page. The exam will be held on May 23, 2021. National Institutes of Technology (NITs) are Institutions of National Importance Under MHRD, Govt. of India. The NIMCET is a Common Entrance National Level Test, conducted by any of the NITs, for admission into their MCA program. The MCA program is offered by NITs at Agartala, Allahabad, Bhopal, Calicut, Jamshedpur, Kurukshetra, Raipur, Surathkal, Tiruchirappalli, and Warangal. For more information about NIMCET 2021 Result, Rank Card, keep reading this article.
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The NIT Raipur releases the result in the form of a Rank Card. Candidates will receive an email regarding the release of results along with it the candidate also provided a link to filling the choices in the same email. Candidate must not forget to take a print out of the scorecard or rank card. After the declaration of the results counseling is conducted.
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NIMCET 2021 MCA Seats in the Participating Institutes (Participating NITs)
Admission through NIMCET
The candidates who appeared and obtained marks in NIMCET will be allotted ranks by adopting the criteria stated in section 13 of this brochure (see section 13 for details). The candidates who obtained a rank in NIMCET 2021 only shall be eligible for admission into the MCA program in the participating institutes. Important features regarding the eligibility criteria, online application for NIMCET-2021, syllabus for the test, test centers, criteria to award a rank, rank card, admission procedure, list of participating institutes with a total number of seats, seat distribution, contact addresses, admission schedule are given in this brochure. Candidates are advised to read this information brochure carefully. Candidates are also advised to visit our website https://www.nimcet.in regularly for updates till the end of counseling.
NIMCET Choice filling and locking
Candidates satisfying qualifying criteria (see section 13) will be awarded a Rank in NIMCET 2021 result. The results of the NIMCET-2021 test will be published. The successful candidates will get an email containing the link to the website where the candidate can download the Rank Card. The email also provides a new username (login) and password to the Choice Filling Website. Such candidates shall log in first and reset the password of choice. After that, the candidate can fill the choices of the participating institutes in the order of preference on any dates.
Online Seat Allotment and personally reporting at any remote/participating institute
Candidates will be offered seats based on their choices in the order of the NIMCET 2021 rank in three rounds of allotment. Candidates who are allotted seats in the first two rounds have to first login to the NIMCET 2021 website, pay the Initial fee of Rs.10,000/- online, and take the Seat Allotment Letter. A candidate who is allotted a seat in the 1st round or the 2nd round must report to any of the participating institutes (Remote Reporting) on the dates specified. Remote Reporting is permitted in the first round and the second round of allotments only. During this reporting, the candidate may either opt for an up-gradation in the next round (Option-2) or accept the allotted seat (Option-1). However, before exercising one of these options, the candidate has to produce his/her original academic documents, proof of Date of Birth, caste, and relevant certificates for verification and submit the proof of payment of the initial fee of Rs.10,000/-.
Getting Admitted into the Allotted Institute
After the third round of allotment, all the allotted candidates (either in the first two rounds of allotment or in the third round of allotment) are required to physically present themselves at the latest allotted institute for admission and attend the classes as per the Academic Calendar published by the respective NIT.