UCEED 2022 Counselling - Round II Seat Allotment to be out on May 10; Check key details

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Updated on May 9, 2022 14:26 IST

Candidates who are allotted seats will have to pay the seat acceptance fee and confirm their seats between May 15-26, 2022.

IIT Bombay will declare the UCEED 2022 seat allotment results for Round II on May 10, 2022. The allotment will be made in online mode at the official admission website of the institute - uceed.iitb.ac.in. The seat allotment results would be category-specific and released for all the five participating institutes - IIT Bombay, IIT Delhi, IIT Guwahati, IIT Hyderabad, and IIITDM Jabalpur. 

Candidates who have been allotted seats will have to confirm their seats by accepting the seat and paying the seat acceptance fee. 

The seat acceptance fees for various categories are:

  • General, EWS, and OBC-NCL categories - Rs. 60, 000. 
  • SC, ST, and PwD categories - Rs. 15,000. 

Note that the seat acceptance fee will be adjusted against the institute fee.

UCEED 2022 counseling and seat allotment schedule

Event

Dates

Round I seat allotment

April 10, 2022

UCEED Seat Allotment Round 2

10-May-2022

Payment of seat acceptance fee

15-May-2022 to 26-May-2022

Acceptance of seat allotment

15-May-2022 to 26-May-2022

DEADLINE for withdrawal of allotted seat

5-June-2022

UCEED Seat Allotment Round 3

10-June-2022

Payment of seat acceptance fee

15-June-2022 to 26-June-2022

Acceptance of seat allotment

15-June-2022 to 26-June-2022

UCEED 2022 Participating Institutes and Seat Matrix

There are five IITS that will participate in the Joint Admission Process for UCEED 2022. 

Institute

Open

EWS

OBC-NCL

SC

ST

Total

IIT Bombay

15

4

10

5

3

37

IIT Delhi

7

2

6

3

2

20

IIT Guwahati

23

6

15

8

4

56

IIT Hyderabad

8

2

5

3

2

20

IIT Jabalpur

26

7

18

11

4

66

Total

79

21

54

30

15

199

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