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i got 34050 rank in ap emacet can igot seat in your clgs for food technology
As of now its tough to say where you can fetch a seat because the cutoff changes every year with college.but based on previous year analysis and your rank we can find you possibilities into colleges.now as you did not mention your category,considering you as GEN student,you have chances in the following or food technology:
JNTUA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING,KALIKIRI-last year cutoff-40574
COLLEGE OF FOOD SCINECE AND TECHNOLOGY,pulivenula-last year cutoff-61589
for more info about your chances for your rannk in other colleges and branches check: https://www.careers360.com/ap-eamcet-college-predictor
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