@Sarnab... yeah it will be a tough competition.. think and study before you take that risk.. you wont be a loner in that race..
and mathematically if i work out...
CSE, ELECTRONICS, ELECTRICAL, CHEMICAL,IT around 50-60 seats - 5% means 2-3 seats in each dept which adds upto around 12-14 seats
MECHANICAL, CIVIL around 100 seats - 5% means 5 seats each, which adds upto 10 seats
METALLURGICAL,POWER,INSTRUMENTATION, CONSTRUCTION around 30-40 seats - 5% means 2 seats.. which adds upto 7-8 seats
And Sarnab, i think you would have opted for IT..... so if i rank the dept in the priority order ==== ELECTRONICS>CSE>ELECTRICAL>MECHANICAL>CIVIL>CHEMICAL>POWER>IT> INSTRUMENTATION>CONSTRUCTION>METALLURGICAL>PRINTING>PHARMACY....
so to get IT, your TFW merit list rank hast to be around 30... and for the core sector, has to be around 20-25 (for civil)... so think before you take the risk.... there might be more than 30-40 students within the rank of 1198 who might go under the TFW scheme or there might not be.. its highly unpredictable.. personally i wont take the risk...
*->dont remember the exact no. of the seats in all the depts..
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