Can I get admission in a government college to pursue B.Tech with 73% in class 12th and 19 marks in JEE Mains?

Which private college should I prefer? I belong to the SC category.

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Asked by piyush badhai

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    Nishant kumar Ray | Guide-Level 12

    4 years ago
    It is very difficult with that marks. But, if you have some reserved quota like SC and ST, then try your luck. You will get a seat.
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    Shashank Shukla Ready to help you!!! | Contributor-Level 8

    5 years ago
    Hello Piyush,
    As your JEE score is very less, you can't get any college from this score and if you are thinking about any Govt. college then its impossible.
    So brother, its a simple advice to you that if you have potential I mean if you are confident that next year you can qualify JEE Mains with a good score then I would suggest you that take a drop for one year then prepare well for JEE 2018.
    And if the above-given advice is negative for you then I would say that take admission in a good private college through management quota.
    All the best!
    Hope it will help you!
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    Raj shakya #ReadyToHelp | Scholar-Level 16

    4 years ago
    Hi,
    As your JEE score is very less, you can't get any college from this score and if you are thinking about any government. College then its impossible. So brother, its a simple advice to you that if you have potential I mean if you are confident that next year you can qualify JEE Mains with a good score then I would suggest you that take a drop for one year then prepare well for JEE 2018. And if the above-given advice is negative for you then I would say that take admission in a good private college through management quota.
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    Ghanshyam Saket

    3 years ago
    Sorry, your JEE marks is very less.
    If you are financially good, then you can take private college.
    If you are interested in government.
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    Otherwise, you can take drop for next year.
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    Debashis Prusty

    3 years ago
    Your class 12th marks are good, but your JEE Mains is enough to get a government medical seat. In my opinion, you should join a coaching center for your JEE Main preparation, then you need to get a good rank and good college also.
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    Vijay Singh Kholiya | Guide-Level 15

    3 years ago
    Hi,
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    Rudra Chouhan | Contributor-Level 7

    a year ago
    It will be really tough for you to get admission to good government colleges with these marks. There are many private colleges but you will have to pay high fees there, some good private colleges are SNU, Thapar, etc.
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    Saket Raj Sahu BELIEVE IN KARMA. | Guide-Level 15

    3 years ago
    Your marks are less but due to your category you can get some colleges. Apply for the counseling and try your luck.
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    Vivek C | Contributor-Level 9

    3 years ago
    It is very difficult to get a government college. You can try for private colleges.
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    akshay singh | Contributor-Level 7

    5 years ago
    Try your best to put those government colleges name in engineering cap round, or you can directly apply offline who knows if your luck is good.

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