what rank does one need to get in order to secure a seat in aerospace engineering in IIT Kanpur

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you shld get a rank between 1000-1500 to get into Aerospace in iit kanpur


this link shld be helpful to you:


http://www.askiitians.com/iit-jee-2009-rank.aspx




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Ramesh

5 years ago

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