Hi there Purnima! Hope you're having a great day.
According to a bit of research and analysis about infrastructure and amenities, my suggestion would be to go for G.Pulla Reddy Engineering College since it's accredited with with a rating of 3.52 overall out of 5 which means a pretty decent score to look for.
Hope this helps. Thank you.
Congratulations on securing this rank.
Based on the cutoffs of previous years, you can indeed get SVCE and SVEC with your rank.
Visit https://engineering.careers360.com/articles/ap-eamcet-cutoff to get information regarding the cutoffs of these and other different colleges in the previous years and shortlist the ones where you can admission with your rank. Having said that, I will also say that the cutoffs vary every year depending on the number of candidates, their rank, the number of seats available, etc.
Hope that helped.
All the best!
Hello harika,hope you're doing well.
The cutoff of svce cse for oc candidates is expected to be within 19303-27584.
The cutoff svec cse for oc candidates is expected to be within 11960-20089.
Now this can't be assured,as cutoffs may vary as it depends on number of factors like
1)no. Of students appeared for exam
2)difficulty level of question paper
Hope this helps you and all The best for future
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