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sir my jee sc category rank is 29114 can i get any NIT with CSE branch??plz help

Shivam Rawat 18th Sep, 2021

Hi Sanskar,

The chances of getting an NIT in this rank is very minimal but according to the cut offs of previous 2020 year I have listed some of the NIT college that gave admission in this rank if you fulfill the condition required:

NIT Meghalaya(SC)-

Home state cut-off- 42574

NIT Sikkim:

Home state cut-off- 70646

NIT Mizoram(SC)

Home state cutoff- 48294

For further information regarding the topic you can read the artcle below:

https://www.google.com/amp/s/engineering.careers360.com/articles/nits-cutoff-for-b-tech-computer-science-and-engineering/amp

Also there is a facility to predict your College by Careers360 which you can access by clicking on the link below:

https://engineering.careers360.com/jee-main-college-predictor?icn=JEE%20Main_clgpd&ici=JEE%20Main_article_contmap

thankyou.

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My OBC central certificate issue date is 31-07-2021 . This certicifate is issued on the basis of state OBC certificate dated 01/03/2021. WIll my central OBC certificate valid for JEE .

Shivam Kumar 18th Sep, 2021

According to the information brochure provided on the official website :

OBC-NCL certificate (FORM OBC-NCL) should have been issued on or after April 01, 2021 according to the latest guidelines of the Government of India.

As your OBC central certificate issue date is 31-07-2021 so your certificate is valid for JEE Mains and Advanced.

The certificate must be in the proper format as per the authorities guidelines.

Hope this helps !

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