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    I got to know that SPA has always been the best.



    I am an international student applying for SPA from Nepal.

    Does anyone know if i have to take the entrance exm?

    Someone please help…

    dead man
    What decent architecture college can one hope for with a aieee rank of 17000?

    I got All-India 82 rank in B.Arch (AIEEE 2009).

    And i found that SPA is the best college for architecture.

    Can i get admission into this college with my rank?

    If yes, can u plz give me the procedure of how to get admission in that college?


    I have got 297 rank in state in AIEEE arch exam…can u please tel me which NIT is the best?


    Vineela, first of all congrats…well get into SPA, attend the AIEEE counselling….there is no other way of getting into that college…and achu…sorry dude…your chances of getting into the nit’s is bit low…i know this is straight on your face but i would rather give u the true picture than giving false hope…anyways, try for the relatively new colleges…


    Hey i got an all india rank of 2303 and state rank of 214.

    I know SPA is an impossible dream but can i make it to CCA with this rank?

    CCA has just got 5 seats for outsiders and I really have no idea what rank is needed to make it to that place.

    Moreover i have scored 105 in NATA and 82% in CBSE 12th…

    What are the other options for me?

    And in case i get a choice between Sushant and CCA which one should i go for?

    PLZ HELP! 🙁


    Hello guys!

    Wanted help.

    I have got 83/200 in nata and 5790 AIR will i be able to get any of the NIT’s?


    Hi, I have got about 18600 ranking in AIEEE B.Arch exam.

    In which college can i get chance?


    Hey Pragya,

    Just check AIEEE official website and check "opening and closing rank 2008" to get a clear idea of where you stand and where you might just get through as they have the complete details of last year’s counselling.

    And the trend remains the same more or less every year.

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