No, As per NTA norms you cannot be allotted a college through JEE main examination untill and unless you fulfill it's eligibility criteria which is that the candidate must score atleast 75%(general) aggregate, 65%(sc/st/pwd) in class 12th.
If you're unable to clear it. You won't get any of the above mentioned college.
Or else you need to be in the top 20 percentile of your board to get college through JEE main
Best of luck
It's good if you really understand electronics .
The placement percentage of ECE department is around 80% to
85%. The highest salary package offered was 39 LPA, and the average salary
package offered was around 8 LPA. The lowest salary package offered is being
around 5 LPA. Everyone has an excellent chance of getting good jobs, and if you
are above average, you might get your dream job.
you also could join robolution which will definitely give
you an edge. Qualcomm took 4–5 students for 15 lakhs .
Electronics at BIT Mesra is tough .As professors are too
strict . Subjects are too tough.
BIT, mesra, jaipur campus is slightly better although both are average private colleges.
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all are very good private colleges I would suggest you to take admission in BIT mersa or LNMIIT since Thapar is in downfall right now. Year by year its cutoff is increasing and its overall rank decreasing.
LNMIIT is a good choice and BIT mersa too. Both have exceptional placements highest placements of both are very good. BIT Mersa produces 4-5 students for GSoC too which is an upper hand.
Location of BIT Mersa might trouble you else everything is good. Mnanagement of LNMIIT is not good though they try to fail as many students due to greed.
I think overall BIT Mersa is a good choice.
Hope it helps
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