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vedavyasa institute of technology placement details please ??
Vedavyasa Institute of Technology, affiliated to University of Calicut, approved by Government of Kerala and All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) offers various undergraduate and postgraduate programmes across different streams.
Based on previous records, 50-55% of placements are guaranteed. Companies like Genpact, HCL, Agogue, Sutherland Global Services, Kinfra, KSEB and Spectrum visit the campus annually to recruit students with lucrative salary packages.
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i only have 72% in +2 board exam i have got more than 50% in maths physics and chemistry , but i didnt apply for keam . so how can i get a seat in Vedhya vyasa for btech ??
to get an admission into a college you have to two ways. one is take entrance and get an admission through counselling. 2nd one is admission through management quota. if you want to get an admission and not registered for entrance exam then you have to go for direct admission.
You can also apply other entrance exam like JEE or other state exam. better option is to appear an exam and get an admission through counselling process on the basis of score and rank.
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