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Nidhi Kumari

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A few things to think about will affect your chances of getting into Delhi's Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Technology (MAIT) through JEE Main are as follows:You may benefit from having Delhi quota if you want to be admitted to colleges connected to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU), such as MAIT.You said that you received an 80.3 percentile on the JEE Main. The number of applications, the candidates' performance, and the availability of seats are some of the variables that affect the admission cutoffs each year.Examining the MAIT cutoffs from prior years will help you determine the percentile range needed to be admitte
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DY Patil Deemed University, Navi Mumbai, accepts JEE (Main) marks for admission to its engineering programmes. Candidates seeking admission to universities must take the National Testing Agency's JEE (Main) exam. Candidates with JEE (Main) marks can apply for admission to DY Patil University's undergraduate engineering courses. Other elements that may be considered in admission criteria include academic success in qualifying exams, as well as a university-specific entrance exam or counselling process. For more information and requirements, see the university's official website or contact the admissions office.

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 Having obtained a rank of 53000 in JEE Mains 2024 and being an OBC, you can potentially be admitted to a number of NITs for B.Tech programs. Based on past year's cutoff tendencies, you may want to have a look at the following NITs:NIT Meghalaya NIT GoaNIT NagalandNIT Arunchal Pradesh NIT SikkimNIT Manipur NIT Mizzoram NIT UttrakhandNIT PatnaNIT Raipur

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You stand a strong chance of getting into multiple NITs if you scored in the 86 percentile on the JEE Mains and are a member of the SC category and female reservation. Certain NITs are renowned for having top-notch study tools and amenities, such as well-stocked labs, knowledgeable instructors, successful placement rates, and active campus communities. The following are a few of the best NITs to take into account:NIT TrichyNIT Surathkal NIT Warangal NIT RourkelaNIT Calicut NIT Durgapur NIT Silchar NIT Jaipur 

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Nidhi Kumari

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The JEE Advanced 2025 qualifying requirements are based on particular standards established by the test organizers. Here's a closer look at how your circumstances match these requirements: It is required of candidates that they have taken the Class 12 (or equivalent) test for the first time in the year that they are applying for JEE Advanced, or the year before.Applicants must place in the top 20 percentile of passers in their respective boards or earn at least 75% of the possible points in the Class 12 (or equivalent) board test (65% for SC, ST, and PwD applicants).In your case:Given that you took Class 12 for the first time in 2
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Yes, in 2025 you will be able to take the JEE Advanced exam. The following are the requirements for JEE Advanced eligibility in terms of attempts and year of 12th grade completion:A candidate may make up to two attempts at JEE Advanced over the course of two years.Either the year before the JEE Advanced exam or the year of the exam itself, candidates must have taken the 12th (or equivalent) exam for the first time. In your situation:In 2023, you first passed your 12th grade.In 2024, you retook and passed the 12th grade.Since 2024 and 2025 fall within the two years that have passed since your first try, you are therefore qualified
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With a percentile of 95.61 and a JEE Mains rank of 20477, you have a strong profile for admission to a number of reputable Indian engineering institutes. Here are some alternatives to think about:NIT RourkelaNIT DurgapurNIT SilcharNIT HamirpurNIT SrinagarIIIT Jabalpur IIIT Vadodara IIIT KanchepuramIIIIT Ranchi Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra Assama University Gurukul Kangri Vishwavidyala, Haridwar Institute of Technology, Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyala, Bilaspur 

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Nidhi Kumari

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I regret to inform you that admission to MIT College's computer Science engineering programme is not possible with a JEE Mains score of 74.57 %. The first private engineering institute to be founded in Pune, Maharashtra, is Maharashtra Institute of Technology (MIT). Therefore, for the CSE programme at these esteemed colleges, the JEE Main cutoff percentile usually falls between the 92 and 94 percentile. However, you can also think of other branches, such as E&TC engineering, with this percentage. 

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