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CCMN 2021- Dates, Registration, Choice Filling, Eligibility, Cutoff, Participating Institutes

Abhik Das
Abhik DasPublished On: February 19, 2021 | IIT JAM

The article below contains all the important details regarding the CCMN 2021 counselling process like the latest schedule, eligibility criteria, registration process, participating institutions etc from the article given below. 

CCMN 2021 Counselling Process

CCMN is a centralized counselling process conducted for those candidates who wish to pursue M.Sc or M.Sc (Tech) from one of the National Institute of Technologies (NITs) or Centrally Funded Technical Institutes (CFTIs). The candidates also need to have a valid JAM score to be able to apply for the CCMN counselling for M.Sc/M.Sc (Tech) admissions in one of the NITs or CFTIs. In addition to the IIT-JAM scores, the candidates will be required to fulfil some eligibility criteria as well.

CCMN 2021 will be conducted by the Malaviya National Institute of Technology (MNIT) Jaipur. Each year, the CCMN is conducted by different NITs on a rotational basis. In this year’s CCMN counselling process, the participating institute list comprises SLIET Longowal, IIEST Shibpur and 20 NITs.

Let us find out about CCMN 2021 in a detailed manner.

CCMN 2021 Important Dates

The candidates can check the complete schedule for the CCMN 2021 counselling process here -


Important Dates (Tentative)

Registration Process Begins

May 2021

Beginning of Registration Fee Payment (via ICICI Bank EasyPay)

May 2021

Beginning of Choice Filling Process

May 2021

Last Date to Submit Choices

June 2021

Allotment Result (Ist Round)

July 2021

Allotment Result (IInd Round)

July 2021

Allotment Result (IIIrd Round)

August 2021

National Spot Round

To be Announced

CCMN 2021 Eligibility Criteria

Before registering for the CCMN 2021 counselling process, it is important that the aspirants should be well aware of the CCMN 2021 eligibility criteria provided in pointer format below -

  • The applicants should have appeared in the JAM 2021 exam and should have qualified the same with the minimum required cutoff marks

  • Applicants must have at least scored 60% aggregate marks (55% aggregate for SC/ST/PwD category candidates) in their qualifying exam

  • Applicants must produce all their relevant documents to support their claim during the CCMN 2021 counselling process

  • Applicants must make sure they do not cross the maximum age limit at the time of registering for the CCMN 2021 counselling process

  • The applicants must ensure they go through the detailed eligibility criteria for the programme in which they wish to get admission and not the other programmes

CCMN 2021 Application Form

The CCMN 2021 application form is expected to release in the month of May. The applicants have to ensure they fill the CCMN 2021 application form very carefully with the correct details and provide the correct choices as far as the institutions are concerned. After it, the applicants have to upload all the required documents and finally submit the CCMN 2021 online application fee to submit their application forms for CCMN counselling process.

The CCMN 2021 application fee which has to be submitted by the applicants is INR 2500/- (Rs. 2,000 for SC/ ST/ PwD).

The seat acceptance fee for General/ General EWS and OBC category is Rs. 15,000, and the same for SC/ ST/ PwD is Rs. 10,000.

CCMN 2021 - Filling of Choices

The CCMN 2021 choice filling process has been explained in the most detailed manner in this section -

  • The CCMN 2021 choice filling step is an integral part of the CCMN 2021 registration cum application process

  • According to the data furnished by the applicants during the previous year, in the CCMN 2021 registration process, choices will appear in front of them from which they have to provide their own choices

  • It is important that the candidates provide the maximum number of choices from the available options as per his/her preference to be on the safer side

  • The candidates can also modify the order of their choices before the final submission

  • The seat allotment will be done as per the choices provided by the candidates during their choice-filling round

  • If any candidate forgets to lock his/her choices before the last date to do so, the system will choose on his/her behalf automatically

CCMN Cutoff 2021

According to the performance of the applicants in the JAM 2021 exam and the number of seats vacant in each institution, the CCMN 2021 cutoff list will be released by the officials. On the basis of the CCMN cutoff list 2021 and the availability of seats in the desired programme in the desired institution, allocation of seats to the candidates will be done. The CCMN 2021 cutoff list will consist of the opening and closing scores. There will be three cutoff lists which will be released by the officials. If at the conclusion of the third round of seat allotment on the basis of third CCMN cutoff list seats remain vacant, those vacant seats will be filled by the National Spot Round.

Previous year CCMN special round (I) closing rank

Previous year CCMN special round (II) closing rank

CCMN 2021 Seat Allotment Process

The CCMN 2021 seat allotment process will be carried out in three rounds after the release of the CCMN 2021 cutoff list three times. If a candidate is allocated a seat, he/she have to submit the counselling participation fee via the ICICI bank EazyPay. To confirm a seat allocated to the candidate, he/she has to pay a sum of 5000/- rupees as CCMN counselling confirmation fee and thereafter, they can download the provisional admission letter.

CCMN 2021 Participating Institutes and Seat Matrix

The table below will provide the list of institutions participating in the CCMN 2021 counselling process and the seat matrix of each institute -

Institute Code

Name of Institute

Seat Matrix


Dr B R Ambedkar National Institute of Technology, Jalandhar



Malaviya National Institute of Technology, Jaipur



Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad



National Institute of Technology, Agartala



National Institute of Technology, Calicut



National Institute of Technology, Durgapur



National Institute of Technology, Hamirpur



National Institute of Technology, Surathkal, Karnataka



National Institute of Technology, Meghalaya



National Institute of Technology, Nagaland



National Institute of Technology, Sikkim



National Institute of Technology, Jamshedpur



National Institute of Technology, Manipur



National Institute of Technology, Rourkela



National Institute of Technology, Silchar



National Institute of Technology, Srinagar



National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli



National Institute of Technology, Warangal



Visveswaraya National Institute of Technology, Nagpur



Sant Longowal Institute of Engineering and Technology, Longowal



Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology, Shibpur


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