AIEEE(All India Engineering Entrance Examination)-Result declaration and counseling

All India Engineering Entrance Examination results, after much anxiety and tension, is going to be published within a week. What should be done soon after results get published? What are the counseling procedures? What are the documents to be produced at the time of admission? Should we be alert during this time? Are you surrounded by such doubts? Read more to know the answers for these..

Heart throb of students who have completed their higher secondary education, is now heard outside their heart to know their future in AIEEE exams. Offline exam was conducted on 29th of April 2012 and online B.E/B.Tech exams from 7th to 26th of May 2012. It has been nearly one month after exam and yet the results have not been published, keeping students on needle point.

Finally giving a relief to those students and their parents, the results will be published within a week. The state wise rank, category rank, all India rank will be given separately along with the total marks and paper wise mark. The score card will be dispatched to the respective students from 21.06.12 to 5.07.12 via ordinary post as per specified in AIEEE brochure.


Central counseling will be based on the ranks published. No more waiting is required; one can participate in counseling before he/she receives the score card. Students are required to enter and register in

According to the site details selecting your choices and locking will start on 16th of June 2012 and first round of allotment on 27th of June 2012. After that the student has to report in any of the nearest reporting centers. If they are satisfied with the institute they have got they can fix it and move for further admission procedures. Otherwise they can give for up gradation if they have made a choice before in the site and wait for coming allotments.


What to do for counseling? How to select options? Why to give one or more option? What is the need of higher options? Is there any problem if we report after the deadline? What are the documents to be produced? What are the opening and closing ranks of 2011? What is HS quota? Why are there more than 3 allotments? These are the common questions asked by the students after the results get published.

Let me give some information for the above asked questions.
Soon after the results, register in central counseling board website. Select your required options. Remember; give your first choice first. And proceed for the next options if you are sure you will be able to study in the specified option when you get allotted there. In most of the cases students give options randomly, not considering the places where the college is located and get trapped when they are allotted in the college.

Option 1 should always be your favourable college. Followed by next favoured choices. One should strictly report before the deadline. If you don't then your chance for further up-gradation and seat allotment gets cancelled as the seat will get filled by other students of lower rank. But you are allowed for the spot admission which will be conducted after the allotment process by doing re-registration in the site. The certificates and documents should be ok by the time. The documents to be produced are:

• Higher secondary certificate and mark list
• 10th pass certificate and mark list
• Score card of AIEEE
• Admit card of AIEEE
• OBC/SC/ST/OBPH/SCPH/STPH certificate if you belong to any of these categories
• Print out of option locked
• OBC proforma available in CCB website
• If the student has completed the higher secondary from outside India they are required to bring the passport
• If the student wants to be eligible for home state quota then he/she is required to produce proof of the examination center from which they have written their finals.
• two attested copies of the above documents are also required along with 2 passport size photos.

Now to know your chances of getting in a particular college, you have a mock allotment that takes place in the site just before the original allotment.
To know your chances by the opening and closing rank of a college go to the link given below

Do you doubt what HS quota is? It is home state quota. That means, if a student have passed their particular higher secondary or equivalent from a particular state, he/she will be eligible for that particular state's home state quota. That is, some percentage of total seats is reserved for the students of that state and you can get through that quota easier than the all India quota.

Soon after three allotments are over, class begins. Then why are the other allotments for?

Those allotments are done when the seat remains vacant. A 4th and 5th allotment takes place after that and the seats are filled.

A spot admission takes place last and final in case there is a seat vacant. And finally admissions get completed and now it's time for the student to aim high in their carrier by scoring good marks in their college. And I wish them all the very best.

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