As per your query.you want to know about the fee stracture of lateral entry in ujjain college.
BTECH-1,66,000 per annum
As your query is you appeared in the first round of counselling in Madhya Pradesh and got you EC as a seat alloted but you want to register for the second round of counselling and the registration is not happening with the fact that registration is done.
I would like to tell you that in case of counselling process there are basically three options with you on the seat allotted to you in the rounds of counselling.
If you don't choose any of the option or if you choose float as a option then you don't need to register for second round of counselling you are automatically transferred to next round.
But in my opinion it would be better to contact with the counseling cell for better understanding.
I hope your query is solved.
Hello Rahul, No, there's no need to cancel the allotted college. You can go for the 2nd counseling by holding the course allotted in the 1st round. If you get a better course, them automatically the 1st round seat will be released and given to other candidates, but in case you don't get a seat in the 2nd round too then you can take admission in the seat given in 1st round.
Hope you are doing well. If you have alloted uec in first round and want to get some other college then if you apply for upgradation then the college's listed above uec will only be allotted so if you want to get college other than that then you need to apply in the second round of councilling where you are asked for re Choice filling and not in second upgradation so then in second round ACCORDING to your rank and merit you will get some other college.
Hope this helps.
If any queries feel free to ask
All the best!!
Hope you are doing well. Congratulations for getting uec . It is a very good college but if you want to go for some other colleges then just leave the college and apply in second round as in second round you will again have the option for choice filling and according to that and your rank the college and branch will be allotted to you.so it's upon you if you want to take a alloted college or not other wise just move to the next round.
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