Is there any racism with a student who cleared JEE Mains or VITEE in 3rd attempt in a college during placements?

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    Nikhil Raj

    5 years ago
    No definitely not. The thing that matters is tat you cleared the exam and not the number of attempts that you gave. So be calm and enjoy the next wonderful 4 years of life.
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    PIYUSH GUPTA Love Helping People find out their way.. | Contributor-Level 6

    5 years ago
    No, there is nothing like you are thinking. You will be as a normal student and it won’t impact your college or placements.
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    VISHAL AGNIHOTRI Current Student- BIT, Mesra | Contributor-Level 7

    5 years ago
    That would be a big NO. I don't think that they do any kind of partiality when it comes to the attempts one take to get into a college during placements. The only thing matters is your attitude and the knowledge and the hard work you do in the college itself.
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    Akhil Chandra follow me your queries get cancelled | Guide-Level 13

    5 years ago
    No, there is nothing like that. It only depends on the way you think. It only depends on students personality development in and around so don't listen to those rumours.
    Have a bright future ahead.
    Good luck.
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    Ankit Kumar University of Delhi | Guide-Level 15

    2 years ago
    No, definitely not. The thing that matters is tat you cleared the exam and not the number of attempts that you gave. So, be calm and enjoy the next wonderful 4 years of life.
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    Prakhar Gupta

    a month ago
    No, definitely not this case. This can't happen here because the faculty treats everyone equally.
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    Prashant Kumar Engineering Student | Guide-Level 12

    3 years ago
    No friend, there is no discrimination. While Placements Your performance matters. Your Score while Semesters exams and the Recruiter's Own Entrance Test Score Matters. How you performed in the interview, not your past records.
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    Rajdeep Sinha | Guide-Level 13

    3 years ago
    Hi,
    There is no such thing called racism to students who have cleared JEE Mains or VITEE in 3rd attempt, many of my seniors have done this and are placed successfully. Hope you got your answer.
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    ANAY MATHUR Follow me and get perfect answer | Guide-Level 11

    5 years ago
    Hi,
    How are you?
    You may prefer Shiksha college predictor.
    In our country, people truly believe on IITs and NITs for B.Tech and placement.
    But, due to downfall, these are also losing its position.
    Apart from these, some private college are BITS, SRM, NIRMA, VIT, SKIT Jaipur, UPES Dehradun and LPU are getting higher value.
    Well, there, you may get good environment.
    A peaceful decorum and high placement records
    Thanks for asking.
    All the best.
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    Priyanka Basu Pursuing MBA from School of Management ,NITK

    4 years ago
    NITK is free from all the evils. I haven't heard anything of that sort and I assure this is just a rumour. There is no racism!

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