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Engineering and Architecture (B.E /B.Tech)
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Questions related to Dr JJ Magdum College of Engineering, Jaysingpur
what is cutoff of direct second year for electronics and telecommunication engineering?
There is no cutoff criteria to go for electronics and telecommunications directly in second year. However, if you're in some other branch and want to change your branch to ETC or electronics and telecommunications branch, then you have to score at least 8.2 CGPA or more than that in your first year so that you will be eligible to change your branch. First, get to know that how much CGPA is required to get changed into another branch in you college. After knowing that, prepare accordingly and score 8.5 CGPA or more than that you can easily change your branch. The CGPA required to get changed into some other branches varies from college to college, so ask your faculties regarding the required CGPA so as to change your branch.
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I have 81 marks in CET and 62 present in board in pcm is l am eligible for thiscollege
To take admission in this college, you have to score rank under 2000 in KEAM.
Here the link for check cut off detail of this college
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I got addmission in J J Magdum college jaysingpur for IT in FE ,plese tell me it is good or not??
It is very good college with excellent placements.
You can also check the details of the college by below link
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