The details, dates and the procedure pertaining to the Delhi CET 2020 Counselling will be notified by the exam authorities. Students who are enlisted will have to submit the online application form in order to be able to participate in the counselling process. The procedure for the Delhi CET 2020 Counselling has been elaborated below:
Processing Fee Payment - Students first need to pay a processing fee of Rs. 700 + Rs. 15 (bank charges). This amount is non-refundable and has to be paid through online mode which will include - to credit card, debit card, net banking and many more. Once the payment is successful, students will have to take a print out of the fee receipt for further use.
Registration for the Process - The next step after fee payment is the registration. For the registration, the students will need the Aadhaar card number or any other valid ID government proof. Along with it, students will also have to keep their 10th/12th/ITI mark sheet, certificate and other relevant documents/category/Sub Category certificate(as applicable) with them. Also, to finish the registration process, the students will have to enter details related to the test no., CET roll no., CET application no., and date of birth.
One the registration process is completed successfully, the applicants will be directed to a new page “Registration form”. In this page, they need to enter several mandatory details as mentioned below to generate a password :
Name of Father
Details of Qualification
Aadhaar Card Number/Pan No.
NOTE: it is important that the applicants ensure that all the details entered are accurate. As any faulty information found during the verification will lead to the cancellation of the applicant’s candidature. So the candidate needs to verify the information and proceed to the next steps.
Once the online registration process is completed, a receipt will be displayed on the screen stating the status of registration and eligibility of the counselling of Delhi CET 2020. Students need to take a print of the same and keep it for further process.
Filling of Choices - The enlisted eligible candidates will be asked to provide their preferred choices of courses and institutes. This must be done by logging in using the Delhi CET 2020 roll number and password. Candidates here are advised to enter as many choices as possible as this will increase their chances of getting admission into the best institution available in the pool.
Provisional Seat Allotment Declaration - The exam authorities release the Delhi CET 2020 provisional seat allotment result in online mode. The students can access the seat allotment result by logging in using the roll number and password. If the seats allocated to the students are as per their preference, then they need to take a print out of the same. The seat allotment is done purely on the basis of marks obtained in the qualifying exam and the choices filled by the students in the application form
Part-Payment of the Institutional Fee - Students who have been allocated seats as per their preference, will have to make a part payment of institutional fees as mentioned in the provisional allotment letter within a stipulated date. The remainder of the fee will have to be paid on the date as mentioned by the authorities.
Verification of Documents - The next step is for the candidates to get their documents verified and complete their enrollment formalities. For this step, the candidates will have to carry all their relevant documents. After this, the candidate will be issued a Document Verification Report’ from the institution.
Payment of Remaining Fee - The students will need to pay the remaining institutional fee. Post this they will be able to download the final allotment letter. In case the students fail to pay the fee within the stipulated time, then their seat will be cancelled by the authorities.
NOTE: Freezing Seats - After each round of counselling, students will be given two choices - to either freeze their allotted seat or to let it go. If the applicant has been allotted with the seat of their preference, then they will have to choose the “Freeze” option available. If the applicant is unhappy with the allotted seat, then they will have to participate in the next round of Delhi CET counselling 2020. In the next round, they will be offered the next higher preference seat based on the availability of seats.
Spot Round - After the completion of all four rounds of the seat allotment, if any seats are still left then the authorities will conduct a spot-round for the students. In the spot round, candidates will have to bring a Demand Draft of Rs 6000/- in favour of DKDF, Delhi along with other relevant documents for the seat allotment process.
Delhi CET 2020 Admit Card
Mark Sheet & Certificate of Qualifying Examination
Receipt of Part-payment
Provisional Allotment Letter
Online Registration Slip
Printout of Choice Filling form
Proof of Date of Birth
Category Certificate (if applicable)
Transfer Certificate (if applicable)
*Due to the pandemic outbreak, all the events related to Delhi CET 2020 have been postponed until further notice by the authorities.
The Delhi CET 2020 exam is conducted to provide admission into various technical and professional courses. Here is a list of a few prominent Government Institutes, Government Aided and Privately Managed Affiliated Institutes which participate in the entrance exam.
GB Pant Polytechnic
Guru Nanak Dev Polytechnic
Kasturba Polytechnic for Women
Meera Bai Institute of Technology
Integrated Institute of Technology
Bhai Parmanand Institute of Business Studies
Delhi Institute of Tool Engineering
Vardhman Mahavir Medical College & Safdarjung Hospital
Sarada Ukil School of Art (SUSA)
Privately Managed Affiliated Institutes
Aditya Institute of technology
Baba Haridass College of Pharmacy & Technology
Chhotu Ram Rural Institute of Engineering & Technology
Guru Tegh Bahadur Polytechnic
Marathwada Institute of Technology
Subramaniam Bharati College of Science & Technology
International Polytechnic for Women
Q1: What is the Spot Round?
A1: After the completion of all four rounds of counselling and seat allotments, if any seats are still left, then the authorities will conduct the spot round.
Q2: Will Extra Time be Given for Fee Payment?
A2: No. If the candidate fails to pay the fee amount within the given time, then his seat will be cancelled.