The BITSAT 2023 counseling process is a crucial step for candidates who have successfully cleared the BITSAT exam and wish to secure admission to the Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS) campuses in Pilani, Goa, or Hyderabad.
|BITSAT 2024 Session 1 Result||Last week of May 2024|
|Apply for admission with 12th marks and preferences of programmes||June, 2024|
|BITSAT 2024 Session 2 Result||Last week of June 2024|
|Final Result/ Scorecard||Last week of June 2024|
|First Round of Counselling||July 2024|
|Second Round of Counselling||August 2024|
|Third Round of Counselling||September 2024|
|Fourth Round of Counselling||October 2024|
BITSAT Admit Card: The BITSAT 2023 admit card is crucial for identity verification, and candidates must present it during counseling.
BITSAT Scorecard: Candidates should carry their BITSAT 2023 scorecard, which contains their subject-wise and total scores.
Class 10 Mark Sheet: The mark sheet or certificate of the Class 10 board examination serves as proof of date of birth.
Class 12 Mark Sheet: The mark sheet of the Class 12 board examination or its equivalent is essential for verifying eligibility criteria.
Photo ID Proof: A government-issued photo identification document such as Aadhar card, passport, or driver's license is required for identity verification.
BITSAT Hall Ticket (Admit Card): The hall ticket or admit card of the BITSAT exam is necessary for verification purposes.
Caste Certificate (if applicable): If candidates belong to a reserved category (SC/ST/OBC), they should provide a valid caste certificate.
Domicile Certificate (if applicable): For candidates applying under the state quota, a domicile certificate may be required.
Migration Certificate: Candidates who have completed their Class 12 from a board other than the one mentioned in their application may need to provide a migration certificate.
Passport-sized Photographs: Carry a few passport-sized photographs for admission-related documentation.
Payment Receipt: Candidates must have proof of payment of the admission fee, which is typically paid online.
Medical Certificate (if applicable): If a candidate has a specific medical condition or disability, a medical certificate may be necessary for special accommodations.
|Reserved Category (SC/ST/PwD)||INR 500/-|
|Dual Degree Programme||INR 2000/-|
|Dubai Test Centre||INR 1500/-|
Result Declaration: The BITSAT results are typically declared a few weeks after the exam. Candidates can check their scores and the merit list on the official BITSAT website.
Slot Booking: After the results, candidates need to book their slots for counseling and seat allotment. This involves selecting the preferred date and time for counseling.
Document Verification: During counseling, candidates must bring the necessary documents for verification. This includes BITSAT admit card, scorecard, class 10 and 12 mark sheets, and other relevant certificates.
Choice Filling: Candidates have the opportunity to indicate their program and campus preferences based on their BITSAT score. The choices are crucial in the seat allotment process.
Seat Allotment: Seats are allocated based on merit, program preferences, and availability. Candidates receive their seat allotment letters after each iteration of counseling.
Fee Payment: Once the seat is allotted, candidates must pay the admission fee to confirm their seat. Failure to pay the fee within the stipulated time may result in seat forfeiture.
Reporting to Campus: Finally, candidates who have confirmed their seats must report to their respective BITS campuses on the specified date to complete the admission formalities and begin their academic journey.
|Category||Course||Minimum Cut-off Score|
|General||Computer Science and Engineering||350|
|General||Electrical and Electronics Engineering||340|
|General||Metallurgical and Materials Engineering||280|
|General||Production and Industrial Engineering||260|
Visit the Official BITSAT Website: Go to the official BITSAT website. The specific web page for seat allotment results will be available when the seat allotment process begins.
Login: On the seat allotment portal, you will need to log in using your BITSAT application number and password. Make sure to enter the correct details.
View Seat Allotment Result: Once you are logged in, you can view your seat allotment result. It will display the program, campus, and category (if applicable) to which you have been allotted a seat.
Accept or Upgrade: After checking your seat allotment, you will typically have the option to either "accept" the seat allotted to you or opt for an "upgrade" in the subsequent iteration rounds, if available.
Payment of Admission Fee: If you choose to accept the allotted seat, you will be required to pay the admission fee within the stipulated time frame to confirm your seat. Be sure to follow the payment instructions provided.
Reporting to Campus: Once you have accepted the seat and paid the admission fee, you will receive further instructions regarding the reporting date and other admission formalities at the allotted campus.
Withdrawal Option: If you do not wish to accept the allotted seat, there is typically an option to withdraw your candidature. You can then participate in further iteration rounds if you are interested.
Document Verification: During the reporting process, you will be required to submit necessary documents for verification. Ensure that you have all the required documents in hand.
Counseling Updates: Stay updated with the BITSAT website for any updates, changes in schedule, or additional rounds of seat allotment if applicable.