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i have scored 120 marks in nata exam can i get admission in Chandigarh college of architecture
You have got a decent score in NATA exams. But Chandigarh college of architecture accepts only JEE Mains paper-2 scores.So if you have scored good in that ,you can be considered for the admission. If you want to take admission in colleges accepting JEE scores then you can see from the below link.
In case if you have not applied for JEE Mains and wants admission from NATA scores only then there are good chances that you can get decent colleges other than Chandigarh college of Architecture. Here are some top private and public colleges accepting NATA scores.
Hope you get a good college . Good Luck for your future.
Does getting equal or more than cut off percentile means the confirmation of getting the college(eg: the cut off is 89 percentile and I got 90 percentile , will this confirm that Ill get the particular College)
Scoring the cut off percentile isn't necessarily mean that you can get a seat. Seat allotment is based on your category, merit rank, seats vacant and your preferences. So if you have required cut off rank and if there are seats available under your category and if you have selected that particular college then you will be allotted that seat. If there are no available seats even if you have the required cut off rank you will not get that seat. Rank is considered for seat allotment.
can I get into Chandigarh College of architecture I got 94.67 percentile in b arch JEE main paper 2
94.67 percentile is pretty good score and you will have decent chances of getting a seat in Chandigarh college of architecture.
Though Admission depends on cut off of the College and cut off depends upon number of candidates appeared and qualified in exam, difficulty level of exam and previous year's cut off.
The cut off 2019 for jee main was 89+ percentile . This year there may be fluctuation of ,20-25 marks.
For college prediction you can refer following link
date of registration for admission in b.arch2020 .
Admission into Chandigarh College of architecture will be done after completion of jee mains 2nd session exam which is scheduled to be conducted in July. Admission into BArch is done on the basis of jee mains paper 2 rank.
eligibility criteria :- candidate must have secured minimum 50% aggregate in 12th from a recognized board having maths in syllabus.
Admission is done through counselling process so there is no date for it. for more information, please visit the official webpage of CCA @ http://cca.edu.in/
Hope it helps!
i got 20000 rank in JEE paper-2 can i get admission in CCA
Congratulations for you score you have done in JEE-mains paper 2. Yes there are more chances of getting admitted you in one of the good colleges. Still give more effort in the second attempt and it may increase your probability of getting a seat.
For knowing which colleges you may get use the College predictor which available in the website and even in Android app.
Here is the link: College predictor (https://edu.app.link/T53GAoi4t3)
All the best.
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