Hello Aspirant, Every college have its prons and cons. Here both the college are good. But from some previous review s Rajiv Gandhi is better than the Thakur college. Companies like Infosys, Larsen & Toubro, and other companies visit the campus and select good and capable students.
I hope this will help you.
Hello Vishal Jina.
The cutoff of Thakur College of engineering and technolgy is expected to be around:-
Be Civil:- 51k
Be Computer engineering :- 31k
Be electronics and communication :-59k
Be electronics :- 90k
Be IT :- 45k
Be mechanical :-95k
This is the cutoff of 2018. 2019 cutoff should lie near about the same.
To get the benefit of Hindi Linguistic Quota you need to get an attested Hindi Linguistic Minority Affidavit. You can get that from the Municipal Commission or any Government Worker near the court. You can also download the unfilled affidavit, fill it and get it attested.
All The Best.
With your mentioned rank it is highly unlikely for you to get into NITs. You could still apply for the josaa counselling process and try your luck. But I would suggest you to try for state level engineering colleges which accept JEE main scores. You could get good colleges and your desired branch. You could use the following link to know which colleges you might get based on your scores.
Hope this helps.
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