One of the most renowned colleges for Architecture courses in India is Sir JJ College of Architecture. It publishes its official admission cut off for NATA on the official website of DTE Maharashtra.
NATA Cut off for JJ College of Architecture is different for Home University candidates and Candidates other than home university. Also, the cut off varies for Male and female candidates.
Check below the official cut off for Sir JJ College of Architecture for B.Arch Admissions:
Based on your nata score you are eligible to get admission into this college. But admission also depends on the no. of seats available and accordingly counselling will be done. And you also need to fulfill other eligibility criteria if set by this college in order to get admission.
For more details check their official website.
You have got a decent NATA score right there but let me tell you if you are not from Maharashtra and want JJ then you NATA score should be somewhat 140+ and boards % 95+. Still then your chances are rare. If you belong to any reservation category, then you can try. Now, if you are from Maharashtra then you will get admission to JJ with a decent NATA score, say. 100+ and a board % more than 80.
Good Luck !!
Hello dear your NATA score is good. But as per the previous year cutoff of sir jj college of architecture, mumbai is less. The previous year cutoff for general category was 148. But with this score you can apply for top private colleges. Also you jee main score is too well yoy can go for NITs or government colleges.
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