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Questions related to Laxminarayan Institute of Technology, Nagpur
what is the cut off the year 2019 for the food technology course
lakshmi institute of technology nagpur has 4 years b.tech in food technology course. admission is done by mah cet scores cut off. cutoff score is varies yeasr to year and different for various categories.
you may follow the below link to know about home state cutoff and all india cutoff :
what was the cut off of the year 2019
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what is the cut off for admision of chemical engineering in MH CET
It depends upon your category and which college do you want..
For chemical engineering ICT Mumbai is best college which accepts MHT-CET score.You can expect cut off for ICT around 175+ for open category.
Other than ICT; LIT Nagpur and DBATU lonere are also good colleges for chemical engineering around 150 should be your CET score for LIT and 115 to 120 should be your CET score to get into DBATU. The mentioned score are for open category,marks can be vary by some differences…
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