@Mohit_Dubey When it comes to the top colleges, placements are more or less the same. DTU being in Delhi has a slight advantage over NIT Jaipur for more exposure.
@syrius I am afraid, chances of admission in the good NITs is slightly less. Have you applied to any state colleges / other colleges yet?
@kiranvpti Yes, you have pretty good chances in the IITs going by your rank. By now you should have applied to all the relevant IITs that offer your specialization. Like I said earlier, you should at least apply as you have a good rank. In NIT Trichy, Electrical & Electronics Engineering (ET) closed at around 710 last year. You could get by third round I think. By drop in scores, I mean that overall students have scored less than last year in most papers. Rank is higher than last year for the same score.
@mayank_Sharma In the first or second round you can get NIT Jalandhar, Hamirpur and perhaps Surat also. In the later rounds, chances of getting the higher ranked NITs may increase.
@Sandeep_S_Menon You may get NIT Agartala. However, I would also advice you to apply to few other colleges, and also smartly select colleges in the preference list during CSAB.
@Mon1234 Going by last year’s closing scores, you could NIT Surat, NIT Rourkela, MANIT Bhopal by third round. Please have a look at CSAB’s reservation policies carefully and make sure you are eligible for ST reservation in these colleges.
@Abir_Khanna In NIT Jalandhar, the closing score was around 605 last year (you can have a look at CCMT Cut Off 2014 for NIT Jalandhar) Round 4 is unpredictable, so can’t say about that.
@kalyani_mounika You may get NIT Jalandhar, NIT Hamirpur around the third round. Please have a look at all the cut offs here - CCMT Cut Off 2014.
@Nitin_Thorat Please tell your category.
@Aditya_Sharma I am afraid cut off for VLSI in NITs is high. Apart from CSAB, you should also apply to other colleges. Have you filled the form for any other college yet?