CDAC C-CAT Counselling and Seat Allotment 2021 - Check Here for All Rounds
CDAC C-CAT Counselling and Seat Allotment 2021- The Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (CDAC) has commenced C-CAT counselling and seat allotment process as per revised schedule. CDAC C-CAT counselling and seat allotment 2021 consist of two counselling sessions and three rounds of seat allotments. Candidates have to fill their preferred choices of PG Diploma courses and training centres during the CDAC C-CAT 2021 counselling sessions. The first CDAC C-CAT counselling commenced on February 6 and candidates are able to fill choices of course and centres till February 9. CDAC C-CAT 2021 seat allotment for round 1 will be released on February 10. The second CDAC C-CAT 2021 counselling session will be conducted for vacant seats at the training centres. The declaration of the third round of CDAC C-CAT seat allotment will be done after the completion of the second counselling session. It must be noted that the allocation of seats will be done on the basis of CDAC C-CAT 2021 ranks of the candidates and choice filling. Read the full article to know the detailed process of CDAC C-CAT counselling and seat allotment 2021.
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CDAC C-CAT 2021 Counselling and Seat Allotment Dates
Candidates are advised to check the complete CDAC C-CAT counselling and seat allotment schedule beforehand to keep a track on all the events. CDAC C-CAT 1st counselling will start on February 5 and candidates will be able to fill their choices till February 9. The following table can be referred to check the CDAC C-CAT counselling and seat allotment dates 2021.
CDAC C-CAT Counselling and Seat Allotment Dates 2021
CDAC C-CAT 2021 Exam Dates
C-CAT I- January 10, 2021
C-CAT II- January 31, 2021
Announcement of C-CAT Ranks
February 6, 2021
Online Selection of Courses and Centres (1st CDAC C-CAT 2021 Counselling)
February 6 to 9, 2021
Declaration of First Round of CDAC C-CAT Seat Allocation
February 10, 2021
Last Date of Payment of first installment course fee (Rs 10,000 + GST) for candidates allocated seats through the first round
February 15, 2021 (till 5 pm)
Declaration of Second Round of Seat Allocation
February 10, 2021
Last Date of Payment of first installment course fee (Rs 10,000 + GST) for candidates allocated seats through the second round
February 17, 2021 (till 5 pm)
Payment of caution deposit (Rs 10,000 + GST) and Online Selection of Courses and Centres (2nd CDAC C-CAT Counselling 2021)
February 20 to 23, 2021
Declaration of Third Round of CDAC C-CAT Seat Allocation (based on 2nd Counselling)
February 24, 2021
Last Date of Payment of Balance Course Fee
February 26, 2021
Registration of Students at Training Centres
March 1, 2021
Commencement of PG Diploma courses through online
March 2, 2021
Commencement of physical classes across India
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CDAC C-CAT Counselling and Seat Allotment 2021 - Key Points
The authorities are conducting the CDAC C-CAT admission process through two counselling sessions and three rounds of seat allotments.
During the CDAC C-CAT 2021 counselling sessions, candidates have to choose the courses and centres.
The first and second round of CDAC C-CAT 2021 seat allotment will be done on the basis of the first counselling session.
The third round of seat allotment is done on the basis of the second CDAC C-CAT 2021 counselling session.
CDAC C-CAT 2021 Counselling and Seat Allotment Process
The following steps will be involved in the counselling and seat allotment of CDAC C-CAT 2021.
Step 1: Online Course and Centres selection for 1st counselling session- Candidates have to log in to the C-DAC website using their form number and password and choose their preferences of courses and centres. Candidates may give as many course-centre preferences as desired.
Candidates are able to add or delete preferences and also change their order of preferences until February 9, 2021. It must be noted that the last-saved course-centre preferences will be considered as final and a candidate cannot opt for a lower preferred choice if he/she is allocated a higher preference in any round of seat allocation.
Step 2: Declaration of First Round of Seat Allocation- Candidates have to check the course/centre allocated to them by logging in on the C-DAC website. All the seat-allocated candidates will also receive an email notification from the authorities. This seat allocation will be done on the basis of CDAC C-CAT 2021 ranks of the candidates and preferences set by them.
Candidates allotted seats also have to pay the first installment fee of Rs. 10,000 + GST in online mode to confirm their allotted seats. Candidates who will be allotted seats in the first round and will not pay the first installment will not be considered for the second round of CDAC C-CAT seat allotment.
Step 3: Declaration of Second Round of Seat Allocation- Candidates who have already filled their choices of centres/courses but are not offered seats in the first round of seat allocation and the candidates who have been already allocated seats in the first round of allocation, but did not get their top preferences, will be considered for the second round of CDAC C-CAT 2021 seat allotment. Candidates who will be allotted seats in this round will have to pay the first installment in online mode. Those who have already paid the fee in the first round are not required to pay.
Step 4: Online Course and Centres selection for 2nd counselling session- The second counselling of CDAC C-CAT 2021 will be done online only for the vacant seats available at C-DAC’s training centres. Candidates will have to login to the official website to check their centre/course eligibility for second counseling based on the C-CAT cut-off rank of the centre/course. Only the courses/centres that are rank-wise eligible for the candidate will be displayed in his/her list.
Candidates who can participate in the CDAC C-CAT 2021 Second Counselling
Candidates who did not participate in the first counselling.
Candidates who were not allocated seats in the first counselling
Candidates who were allocated seats in the first counselling, but have not paid
the first installment course fee.
Candidates who were allocated seats in the first counselling and have paid the
first installment fee, but subsequently withdrawn their admissions.
It must be noted that in order to participate in the second counselling, candidates will have to pay a caution deposit of Rs. 10,000 + GST. After successful payment, candidates will have to choose their preferred choices from the displayed list.
Step 5: Third Round of CDAC C-CAT Seat Allotment- The result of third seat allotment will be available on the CDAC website. Candidates who will not be allotted seats in the third round will be refunded with the full caution deposit of Rs. 10,000.
Payment of Balance Course Fee
Candidates who have confirmed their seats by paying the first installment will have to pay the balance course fee through NEFT. The balance amount to be paid for e-DAC and e-DMC is Rs 40,000 + GST, for e-DBDA is Rs 50,000 + GST and Rs 70,000+ GST for e-DAI.
Registration at Allocated CDAC Training Centres
After the payment of fee and proving the course eligibility, the selected candidates will be enrolled as C-DAC students at the respective training centres. Candidates will have to fill up and
submit course registration forms online during registration. They will also be required to upload their passport-size colour photographs and photocopies of qualifying degree certificate or provisional/passing certificate from the university.
Cancellation or Refund
Candidates who will be found non-eligible for the allotted seat will not be refunded the first installment fee. Candidates who wish to withdraw their allotted seats will have to fill an online withdrawal form on the official website. After submitting the form online, candidates will have to print the withdrawal form, sign, scan and email it to email@example.com. Candidates should mention ‘Request for withdrawal from Online Diploma admission’ as the subject of the email.
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Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - CDAC C-CAT Counselling and Seat Allotment 2021 - Check Here for All Rounds
Question: How many counselling sessions and seat allotment rounds will be conducted for CDAC C-CAT 2021?
The authorities conduct two counselling sessions and three seat allotment rounds in the CDAC C-CAT 2021 counselling and seat allotment process.
Question: When will the first CDAC C-CAT 2021 counselling session start?
The first counselling session of CDAC C-CAT 2021 commenced on February 6 and candidates can fill their choices till February 9.
Question: Is it compulsory to pay the first installment of fee after CDAC C-CAT 2021 seat allotment Round 1 if I don’t want the seat ?
Yes, you will have to pay the first installment of Rs 10000 + GST to confirm your allotted seat else you will lose the seat. Also, candidates who do not pay their fee are not eligible to participate in the second round of CDAC C-CAT seat allotment.
Question: What is the CDAC C-CAT 2020 Cut-off for various centres?
Cut-off for each centre/course is calculated automatically by the seat allocation software and is not disclosed to the candidates/centres. It may vary for each batch depending on the preferences of candidates.
Question: Can I lock a seat that has been allocated to me after the first round of CDAC C-CAT 2021 seat allocation?
Candidates cannot lock the centre/seat allocated to them after the first round of CDAC C-CAT 2021 seat allocation unless the allotted seat was their first preference. If the allotted seat is not their first preference then it may get upgraded in the further rounds.
Questions related to C-CAT
Please give me the lattest updates regarding CCAT 2021. Recieved a mail that the exams will be conducted again.
In the view of the widespread dissatisfaction of candidates with the online proctor-based examination, C-DAC has decided to nullify the previously conducted CCATs and results for the March 2021 batch, and re-conduct computer based physical mode CCAT as per earlier norms. The new dates for CCAT will be announced soon.
Hope it helps.
8000 rank can get a seatin cdac
According to your link it quite difficult to get a seat in CDAC. With such rank you would not get admission in good center as well as good course so finally even after CDAC. Well, now coming straight to the facts , good CDAC center cutoff closes at around 1500-2000 rank. Below are some projected ranks for various CDAC institutes. Rank for PG-DESD is 1-300. Rank for PG-DAC is 700-1600 .
How many applicants have applied for ccat 2021
CDAC C CAT 2021 or CDAC Common Admission Test is conducted twice a year by the Center for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC). CDAC is a national level exam to offer candidates admission to the various PG Diploma courses. however there is till not any information of total candidates applied for CCAT, 2021. however follow careers360 website for latest updates.
who many members till apply for this
Let me guess that, you are asking about C-CAT Exam . The Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC), Pune University conducts the Computerized Common Admission Test (C-CAT) twice a year for admissions to various PG Diploma courses.
This consists of three categories of question papers. The basic eligibility criteria is that, you must be a graduate in engineering. Now, let me tell you that the registrations for C-CAT 2021 are still open. You can apply online by visiting its official website. You can check further info on the link given below.
Best of luck for your exam.
I want to ask you that I have done my bsc graduation this year and I want to give the entrance exam of cdac for practice because I want to know that what type of questions asked in a exam so please tell me sir can I apply for the exam or not?
as per the eligibility criteria you would not be able to appear for the exam so the best thing to do is solve sample papers for the same as the official exam papers are also not released by the governing authorities. You can find many sample papers on google, that may be the best bet as of now.