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GATE CCMT 2020 - CCMT (Centralized Counselling for M.Tech, M.Arch, M.Planning) is an online and centralized admission process conducted by NITs. Candidates aspiring for admission in any of the above programmes offered by NITs, 8 IIITs, NIFFT Ranchi, SPA (School of Planning and Architecture) Vijayawada, IIEST Shibpur etc. The candidates can check the complete list of CCMT participating institutes 2020 in this article. Through the CCMT process, candidates need to submit an individual application form for admission in PG courses offered by the participating institutes, and for all these institutes, admissions are based on CCMT process. Candidates can check all the details pertaining to CCMT 2020 here.
|CCMT Round 2 Seat Allotment 2020- To be Released on July 28|
|CCMT Round 1 Seat Allotment Result 2020 - Released (Click on the Link to Check Result and Process)|
Table of Contents
|CCMT Dates||CCMT Registration & Seat Acceptance Fee|
|CCMT Eligibility||CCMT Counselling Process|
|CCMT Participating Institutes||CCMT Reporting Centres|
|CCMT 2020 Information Brochure|
The official dates of CCMT 2020 have been released, and the candidates can check the tentative schedule for the same here.
Notification for CCMT 2020
May 13, 2020
CCMT 2020 Online Registration & Fee Payment
May 13, 2020, to June 12, 2020
Online Choice Filling
June 05 to 12, 2020
Dates for Online Choice Locking
June 12, 2020
Automatic Locking of Saved Choices (if the candidates did not lock the choices)
June 12, 2020
CCMT Round 1 Seat Allotment Result
July 07, 2020
July 07 to 11, 2020
|Document Verification||July 09 to 15, 2020|
CCMT Round 2 Seat Allotment Result
July 28, 2020
July 26 to 28, 2020
|Document Verification||July 27 to August 01, 2020|
CCMT Round 3 Seat Allotment Result
August 10, 2020
August 10 to 13, 2020
|Document Verification||August 11 to 16, 2020|
The fee details for CCMT 2020 are as follows -
Rs. 2,500 for General & OB (Rs. 2,000 for SC/ ST/ PwD)
Seat Acceptance Fee
Rs. 30,000 (General/ General-EWS/ OBC)
Rs,. 10,000 (SC/ ST/ PWD)
Registration Fee for National Spot Round (NSR)
Rs. 2,500 for General & OB (Rs. 2,000 for SC/ ST/ PwD)
Participation Fee for NSR
Rs. 40,000 for General Category and OB (Rs. 10,000 for Reserved Categories)
Candidates aspiring for admission in M.Plan/ M.Arch/ M.Tech courses offered by the participating institutes of CCMT 2020 must satisfy the following eligibility requirements -
Eligibility Rule 1
The candidates must have a valid GATE score of either current year or last two years (2020/ 2019/ 2018)
Eligibility Rule 2
The candidates must have passed the relevant M.Tech/ M.Arch/ M.Plan degree with a minimum of 60% of marks or 6.5 CGPA (55% or 6 CGPA for Reserved Categories).
Eligibility Rule 3
The candidates must note that he/ she is eligible for admission in M.Tech course based on his/her qualifying paper in GATE.
The counselling process of CCMT 2020 involves different stages, and the candidates are advised to check the detailed process on this page before registering for the same.
Online Choice Filling
Online Seat Allotment
Payment of Seat Acceptance Fee
Physical Reporting at Reporting Centre (RC) for Verification of Documents
Reporting at the Allotted Institute
National Spot Round (NSR)
Stage 1 - Online Registration
Candidates aspiring to participate in the CCMT counselling 2020 will have to complete the online registration first. The steps involved in the online registration process of CCMT are as follows -
Step 1: Firstly, the candidates will have to pay the registration fee specified by the respective authority. The candidates can pay the fee either digitally or through SBI E-Challan.
Step 2: After the fee payment, the candidates will have to enter his/ her personal, academic, fee payment details.
Step 3: The candidates will have to read all the Terms and Conditions carefully and ‘Agree’ the same.
Step 4: “Submit’ the registration details, and the candidates will receive an SMS and e-mail with regard to registration details, number and password.
Stage 2 - Online Choice Filling and Locking
All the candidates who have successfully completed the registration process will have to log in with the credentials shared on SMS or e-mail. After logging into their account, the candidates need to follow the steps mentioned below -
Step 1: The candidates need to click on ‘Choice Filling’ option.
Step 2: The list of participating institutes and courses will be displayed on the screen. The candidates need to choose the institute and course.
Step 3: There is no limit on the number of choices that candidates can choose, and it is advisable to fill as many choices as possible. When you select an institute, please make sure that you are selecting the course also.
Step 4: After filling the options, the candidates will have to lock and save the choices. Candidates who fail to do so will not be considered for seat allotment.
Step 5: After filling the choices, the candidates will have to take the printout of the same.
Note: The candidates must note that editing of choices can be possible before clicking on ‘Lock’. Once the choices are locked, the candidates can’t edit or change the same.
Stage 3 - Online Seat Allotment
The third stage in the CCMT counselling process is online seat allotment. Candidates will be allocated a seat on the basis his/ her preference while filling the choices and reservation policies. The GATE score is also considered for seat allotment. After the seat allotment, the candidates will see the following options -
Candidates can choose this option only if/ he is satisfied with the existing seat allotment. Such candidates will not be eligible for the next round of counselling, as his/her admission shall be confirmed by choosing the option ‘Freezing’.
Candidates who are looking for a better option can choose the option ‘Floating’. For such candidates, the allotted seat in the existing round will not be cancelled, and if the allotment is upgraded in the next round, he/ she can go with the better allotment.
Candidates can choose this option only if he/ she is looking for a better course option within the allotted institute.
Stage 4 - Payment of Seat Acceptance Fee
After the seat allotment, the candidates will have to pay the seat acceptance fee. The fee can be paid in online mode through SBI-MOPS. The candidates can use Credit/ Debit Card to pay the seat acceptance fee. After the successful payment of the fee, the fee payment receipt shall be generated, and the candidates will have to take the printout of the same.
Stage 5 - Reporting at the Reporting Centre (RC)
After the payment of seat acceptance fee, the candidates will have to report to the respective Reporting Centre. The candidates will have to be ready with all the documents. The following process takes place at the reporting centre -
Step 1 - Document Verification
The candidates will have to carry the following documents to the Reporting Centre for verification -
Printout of the Registration Form and Locked Choices
Seat Allotment Letter
Seat Acceptance Fee Payment Receipt
GATE Scorecard (Self-Attested)
ID Proof (Aadhaar/ Voter ID/ Driving License)
Date of Birth Certificate/ Class 10th Certificate
Class 12th Mark Sheet and Certificate
B.Tech/ UG Degree Mark Sheet or Certificate
Category Certificate (If Applicable)
EWS Certificate (If Applicable)
Step 2: After the document verification, the reporting centre will issue a Document Verification Certificate (DVC).
Stage 6 - Reporting at the Allotted Institute
The candidates will have to download the Provisional Admission Letter through the website of CCMT and report to the allotted institute with all the necessary documents. The list of documents that the candidates need to produce while reporting to the allotted institute are as follows -
Provisional Admission Letter (PAL)
Conduct Certificate (Original)
UG/ B.Tech Mark Sheets/ Certificate (Original)
Transfer Certificate (TC) - Original
Course Completion Certificate (Original)
Passport Size Colour Photographs (Three)
One Set Photocopy of all these documents (self-attested)
Here is the new list of CCMT Participating Institutes 2020. The latest PDF of participating institutes has been updated -
The tentative list of CCMT 2020 reporting centres can be checked here. The official list will be updated here as and when the notification for CCMT is out.
FAQs on CCMT Counselling 2020
Here are the common FAQs associated with CCMT counselling 2020 -
Question: Who is eligible for Round 2 counselling of CCMT?
Answer: Candidates who are not allocated a seat in Round 1 or allocated seat and chosen Floating or Sliding are eligible for the Round 2 CCMT counselling.
Question: Is there an option for fresh registration in Round 2 counselling?
Answer: There is no option for fresh registration or choice filling in the Round 2 counselling of CCMT.
Question: Is it possible for the fresh registration in Round 3 counselling of CCMT?
Answer: No fresh registration or choice filling is allowed in Round 3.
Details regarding the National Spot Round counselling will be updated on this page as and when the official notification is released.
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