@Sandeep_Singh1 In NIT Warangal, Civil Engineering (Programme - EV) closed at 522 last year in the fourth round. NIT Trichy’s Civil Engineering closed at 520-550 in the first two rounds. You can get NIT Rourkela, in round 1 / 2. Cut offs for Structural Engineering is slightly higher. There are high chances of getting the top 5 NITs in third or fourth round.
IITs - Civil engineering closed at around 500 last year in IIT Delhi and Bombay (see here IIT GATE Cut Offs). You have good chances.
@LAKSHMAN_Reddy You have chances of getting in NIT KKR. What’s your AIR?
@Shilpa_Sarkar IIT Delhi’s Biotechnology/Biochemical Engineering closes at around 490, so you have pretty good chances. IIT Kharagpur cut off was slightly higher, around 560 last year. Either ways, your chances seem good in IITs! Do apply to all the relevant IITs and also sign up for CCMT as and when it starts.
@Subhasis_Panigrahy You can get NIT Trichy in the first two rounds. The top NITs (like Warangal, and Surathkal), you may get by round 3 / 4. Apart from that, you can also get NIT KKR, MNIT Jaipur.
@Prateek_Singhal You can get NIT Rourkela by second or third round. IIT Delhi Biomedical / Biotechnology closes at around 490 I suppose, though chances are good in both Delhi and Bombay. Do apply to the relevant IITs as you have good chances.
@Thulasendra_Chowdary You could get NIT Warangal, Trichy, and Surathkal by second or third round.
@Murtz786 DAIICT and Nirma are both good colleges. Can’t say exactly as official cut offs are not available, however, looking at your AIR, chances seem good.
@ajay88 Chances are a little less in the NITs by third round. The final round is often unpredictable, so there could be chances. Have you applied to any state / private colleges yet?
@nabajit711 Your AIR is good, but ECE is a very competitive branch and cut offs go quite high. ISM Dhanbad and IIIT H are very good options, but can’t predict about them accurately as official cut offs are not available. Spot admission - I would suggest that you do participate. Many students don’t participate and miss out an opportunity.
@Kiran_Rastogi Official cut off data is not available in terms of score / AIR for DTU and NSIT, so can’t predict accurately. However, if you are considering DTU, and NSIT, I would suggest you to also apply for IGDTUW (formerly IGIT), and IIIT Delhi (if they offer your spec / branch).