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is this necessarily to attend councilng before Admition in private college.
Yes, if you want to get seat through convener quota you need to appear in entrance exam and participate in counselling and verify your documents.If you want to get seat through management quota you don't have to participate in counselling.
Now in case of Justice Kumarayya College of Law, Karimnagar the admission is based on merit in TS LAWCET.So, you need you appear in this entrance exam, qualify and participate in counselling to get government quota seat.
I havent attended entrance exam. can I get admission ?
Hello dear student,
If a college ask for an entrance exam then it means it's the only measure through which you can get admission in that college or university after clearing it . so to get admission in the college or any college you are asking about you have to give exam that is entrance exam . I hope this was helpful to you
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