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@ Manasa : No its not neccesary to be frm Maharashtra to give MH-AR-CET. OMS candidates can also apply for this.. even if u give this exam the admission to oms is difficult in govt. adided clg’s becoz they ask for domicile certificate. and even in the CAP rounds for oms AIEEE result is being considered,,they do not count the MAH-AR-CET result….
It’s difficult to take admission in govt. clg’s………………..
OMS : Outside Maharashtra Students
thanks a lot.
I have given AIEEE 2nd paper and expecting gud result.Does this help in cap rounds.
can anyone help me to know the admission process to RIZVI college and KRVIA college
Yes definitely good result in eee helps in CAP rounds.
For Rizvi n KRVIA I suppose u have to give NATA… These clg’s are not the part of CAP rounds
thanks a lot
How good is Aayojan School of architecture (Jaipur). Is it worth going der??
z NATA to difficult to pass? i mean z d marking too difficult? though my drawing skills are alrite bt dun kno how to make projections n elevation..pls infrm me abt all dis…
so many other institutes who are best then nit and spa . nit and spa are just govt. their you are getting banner only other things you have to do your self . other institutes are ng so many talking so many efforts for students. just join where the every type of sites are available for practical knowledge, every level of construction sites are their. just try dca.
hi hows nit patna do u think its worth joining …….are there any placements?
@Subhashree : NATA basically calculates ur aptitude n basic drawing skills…..so u need not worry abt projections n elevation…the drawing is checked by 3 diff. teachers n then the avg. is being calculated…
thnks Abida..z d checkin too strict??
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