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IIT cancels allotment of courses for AIR 1601 and above

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New Delhi, July 7 (UNI) Indian Institutes of Technology have cancelled allotment of seats for general category candidates with All India Rank (AIR) from 1601 and above due to an error in the announcement of the list of available and not available courses during counselling after the JEE 2006 .

According to an official notification, candidates with AIR between 1601 and 5527 can submit their fresh choices to the institutes-- seven IIT, IT-BHU and Indian School of Mites (ISM) Dhanbad-- by July 17.

''Due to an inadvertent error in the announcement and display of the list of not available and available courses during Counselling on June 22 and 23, the allotment of courses as displayed on the Website and announced through IVRS of IITs for General Category candidates with AIR 1601 and above stands cancelled,'' said the notification.

''The Candidates must submit their revised choice of courses, in person, at any one (only) of the seven IITs, IT-BHU,Varanasi and ISM, Dhanbad on any day between July 7-17, 2006 during 0900 hrs to 1800 hrs.

It said,''in the event of the non-submission of revised choices within the stipulated period, the allotment of course to the candidates will be made considering the choices given earlier on the day of counselling.'' The candidates, who were absent during earlier counselling session can not exercise and submit their choice now.

The allotment of course to the candidates with AIR between 0001 and 1600 under general category, SC and ST and also the candidates considered under PD category by the Standing Medical Board at IIT Delhi on 19th June, will remain unchanged.

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