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cutoff of Government Polytechnic Dhanbad branch (electrical)
Government Polytechnic College, Dhanbad takes admission through on the basis of entrance examination conducted by JCECEB (Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board).
Inorder, to get a seat in Electrical branch your maximum rank should be 450.
Your rank depends on the following parameters-
Number of Candidates appeared for the exam.
No of candidates passed the exam
The difficulty level of question paper
Of vacancy for this exam
Cut-off may also be sectional wise.
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How much marks in Jharkhand polytechnic needed for admission in Government polytechnic dhanbad in mechanical branch?
First you need to have passed 10th examination with a minimum of 35% marks.
If you are appearing for 10th then also you can apply.
For admission in Government Polytechnic Dhanbad in Mechanical branch you need to score 80+ in the examination.Examination is of 150 marks with 150 MCQs where 1 marks is for right answer and 0.25 will be deducted for wrong answer.
what is the eligibility of addmission in diploma???
Hello Student ,
The minimum qualification required for admission into a diploma course is passing of the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC)/tenth standard/equivalent examination, with at least 35 percent in science and maths subjects. Its absolutely fair to join diploma after 10th . Actually it is considered equivalent to 12th by almost all government and private sectors. Wherever 12th qualification is required, a diploma holder will always be eligible. Moreover, one can directly go for a good job after diploma .
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