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pradeep kumarSr. Section Engr(Design)

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On the basis of the KCET rank, The chances of getting UVCE are very less.

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Group Captain Vinayak DeodharLa vie est faite pour vivre pas pour stresser

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Hello Minato, with your present time and your category I am sure that you will get admission in this prestigious college of Madhya Pradesh. Shiksha has come out with the college predictor based on the ranking in JEE Mains. I am attaching the link for this college predictor which will help you in predicting as to which college you can get admission based on your performance in this examination. https://www.shiksha.com/engineering/jee-main-college-predictor
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Vinay kr PandeySimple but significant

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Dear aspirant, Undoubtedly, IIT Mumbai enjoys the luxury of excellent location. It has beaches, it is a Bollywood hub, and it has great places to visit. Mumbai is the Financial Capital of India and draws more employers than any other IIT. IIT Delhi comes a close next but IIT Madras, IIT Kanpur and IIT Kharagpur are far below in the scale of location value. Living in a metro has its perks like better connectivity and better hostels. IIT Mumbai menu card has the greatest number of course options on it. The wide range of courses and their combinations are designed according to the current market demands and the potential demand in the near futur... View More

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Group Captain Vinayak DeodharLa vie est faite pour vivre pas pour stresser

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Hello Anmol, you have mention the percentile that you have obtained in JEE Mains but unfortunately you have not mention your category. Depending on your category it would be decided whether you are eligible to SEE admission in any of the NIT or appearing for JEE Advanced examination. Alternatively the score in this examination can be realised if the state to which you belong has also declared JEE Mains as the entrance exam for determining admissions. College predictor designed by shikshan is a very good tool by which you will come to know as to which college you are likely to get admission based on your results. Giving the link below. https:/... View More

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Group Captain Vinayak DeodharLa vie est faite pour vivre pas pour stresser

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Hello Aswin P, these days absolute marks in JEE Mains examination have lost their relevance and what is of importance is the percentile that you have obtained or the ranking that has been given by National testing agency. You have not mention as to from what category you are but the very fat that you are not talking of either JEE Advanced or any NIT indicates that you are interested in seeking admission in and Engineering College of your state. Shiksha has come out with a college predictor that will predict the college that you can get based on your percentile or ranking in JEE Mains. I am attaching it below for your ready reference from whic... View More

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For different categories there is different cutoff percentage for general category in cse they have to score 130-160 or 96% to 98% and for obc they have to score 92 to 94 percentage and for sc they have to score 85 to 87 percentage for St they have to score around 80 to 85.

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