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Narula Institute of Technology will be a better option for you. Both have decent placements. In Academy of Technology the major IT recruiter is TCS and students also get a chance to sit for pool campusing conducted by various companies like Tech Mahindra. In Narula Institute of Technology they have at least 70-80 % placements and companies like TCS, Cognizant, Capgemini and others visit.
So both will be good but Narula is a little better since you can have many alumni placed with different companies. The rest is your decision.
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Not an ex student in Academy of Technology but I know what the odds are of changing your branch after first year. As per your query I assume that you already study in Academy of Technology. So for changing your branch after first year at first needs you to have a cpga 8 throughout your 1st and 2nd semester . That is the minimum eligibility for changing branch and after that you need to fill out some forms maybe in the time of admission or after completion of 1st sem and write a letter for changing your current branch. Hope this helps!
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