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I score 126.5 marks in NATA and 78% in CBSE board examination. Shall I get any govt. college? How to apply RV college of Architecture, Bangalore?
Your merit mark will be:
It is very difficult to get a Government college based on your score. Because it needs more than 150 Nata score
You may into some decent colleges but it is difficult to get into colleges based on your choice
I think it may be easy if you are other than general category because based on the previous cutoffs most of the colleges cutoff for SC/ ST and other than general are around 60 merit marks. But cutoffs change every year.
Please visit the link given below for further details:
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And this year NATA examination is scheduled on 19 April.
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RV College of Architecture, Bangalore Location & Map
RV College of Architecture,Site CA-1, Banashankari 6th Stage, 4th Block, Near Chikagowdanapalya Village,Off Vajarahalli Main Road, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560062, India
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