FOR 270 SCORE,WHAT IS THE RANK,AND IN WHICH IIT ADMISSIOON IS POSSILE.POSSIBILITY OF GETTING ECE IN MUMBAI,MADRAS

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rank ~ 1500-1700...


Mumbai....u wont be getting a good branch


Madras ......u will get Civil..Aerospace.....


They dont have ECE .....they have Electrical...which there is no chance for u to get...

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