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- Boys Hostel
- Girls Hostel
- IT Infrastructure
- Alumni Associations
- Guest Room
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Questions related to Puranmal Lahoti Government Polytechnic, Latur
what is the cut off and what I will do after option form
Cut-off refers to the expected marks or the Least marks needed to get admission into any Institute based on previous years statistics. The cut-off greatly varies from college to college, and from Stream to Stream, and from Category too.
You have specific reservation criteria for different categories such as Scheduled castes, Schedule Tribes, Other Backward Classes, Girls Supremacy Qouta which makes the cut-off differ for different categories.
Hope that this answer helps you.
How many percentage in 12th to get admission for civil engineering?for sc categary
Eligibility - candidates must passed or appearing class 12 with physics chemistry and mathematics with minimum 75 percent marks aggregate from a recognized board.
( 65% in for sc/st category students)
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