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sir I want to take admission in this college and I have given CET and I going to edit 4rth and last round of CET , so I want to know I have got 50marks in CETand rank 12925 so can I get admission?
you want to take admission in your mentioned colleges on the basis of CET rank so I am giving you a link below where you can see previous year cut off list of CET exam, which will give you a probable idea of having admission in which college
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