k.aiswarya 1 month ago

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K.aiswaryaLast Seen: 4 weeks 1 day agoJoined on: 18-Jul-2019Education Interest: EngineeringEducation Level: In Graduation

If i am not satisfied with my seat in first round should i surrounder my seat and get into the second round

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Raghav Kaushal

Raghav Kaushal 1 month ago

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Raghav KaushalLast Seen: 3 weeks 4 hours agoJoined on: 25-Aug-2016Education Interest: EngineeringEducation Level: Class 12
See if you're not satisfied with your college then you can directly go to round 2 without surrender . If you're getting a better branch then take that otherwise stay with the first one . According to me this is best :)

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Mansi arora

Mansi arora 1 month ago

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Mansi AroraLast Seen: 2 weeks 3 days agoJoined on: 04-Jun-2017Education Interest: Degree ProgrammesEducation Level: In Graduation

Hey aiswarya!

You are going to give your 4 years to the college you are choosing. And indirectly , your career is depebdent upon college as well. So , i will not suggest you to compromise with the college. If you are not satisfied with it , leave it . But note that leave it only if you have chances for some other better college in next round. It is being stupid to leave the college you are getting and still not getting any better college in second round.

Make a wise decision .

You can predict the colleges which you can get in second round of counselling on the basis of your COMEDK UGET rank:


Leave the college , if you have good chances for other better college 

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Apurv 1 month ago

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ApurvLast Seen: 6 days 20 min agoJoined on: 09-May-2016Education Interest: EngineeringEducation Level: In Graduation

Hello Aishwarya, Yes, if you are not satisfied with the first seat, then definitely you should go for the 2nd round. In any case, if you don't get a better seat in the 2nd round, then also your seat in the 1st round would be available to you for admission, but if you get a better course, then you can leave the 1st round seat and go for the 2nd one.

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