You can't change your branch after 1st semester. You can do it after completion of 1st year. You can do it if you score above 8.5-8.9 CGPA. This value is different for different board but it ranges between this only. So after your 1st year if your CGPA is in this range then you can change your branch for sure in your college.
1st year subjects are easy and you get mostly guided by the faculties. if you put your efforts and do good in your internal,assignments,quizes and tests and good performance in lab evaluation and atlast you write your semester with quality answers then you will get near to 9 SGPA. You can get many materials from online also. if still you understand then you can ask your teachers too. They will help you to know.
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The answer depends upon the vacancy of seats in the college, for example, most autonomous colleges, intake 240 students from ECE branch, so if the number is filled, you cannot enter that course, these rules on which how many people can be intaked depends on AICTE rules and cannot be changed, however if you have good merit and the branch has available seats, you can opt for other branches.
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This College is accredited by NAAC (National Assessment and Accreditation Council) A validity is 18 Jan 2023 and the score is 3.62 .
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Validity : 18 Jan 2023
; CGPA : 3.62
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