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The merit list of MU OET 2017 has been released and includes details of shortlisted candidates who are eligible to participate in counselling round. The merit list is available only in online mode. Candidates can check the MU OET 2017 merit list by following the link given here and logging in with their log-in ID and password. The merit list contains information like the name of the candidate, rank and marks obtained in the entrance examination. Candidates who are not listed in the merit list will not be able to participate in counselling session. Candidates will be listed in descending order of their merit rank in the list, with higher ranked candidates listed at the top.
Candidates will be alloted seats as per their rank in the MU OET 2017 merit list and preference.
MU OET was conducted in online mode from April 24 to May 15, 2017, for admission to B.Tech programmes in Manipal University.
Procedure to check merit list of MU OET
Click here to check the MU OET merit list 2017
Log-in using your log-in ID and password
The merit list will be displayed on the screen
The candidate can also download the merit list of MU OET 2017 along with checking their ranks and counselling details.
Merit list of MU OET 2017: Key Highlights
Being listed in the merit list is no guarantee of a B.Tech seat. It is simply makes the candidate eligible to appear in counselling round
Candidates who are listed in the MU OET merit list have to participate in counselling and bring along all relevant documents.
If at the time of document verification it is found that the candidate has provided incorrect information or supressed details, the candidate may not be considered for admission and any seat offered will be cancelled.
Candidates who are alloted seats after counselling round, they will have to report at the alloted institute and pay the admission fee applicable.
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The level of MU OET is definitely lower than JEE but that doesn't mean you should take it lightly. Anyone can clear any examination, provided they have enough concentration and dedication towards it. You should make a study timetable and strictly adhere to it. Do not waste any time and start preparing at once. 550-600 out of 800 is usually considered a "good" score so keep that in mind during your preparation.
there is no specific syllabus available right now in official website. but it is given that exam will be duration of 1 hour, number of question will be 90 questions. it is mention in the website that detailed test syllabus will be uploaded shortly.
you may follow lateral entry entrance test (LEET) guide by gkp publication, which will be beneficial for preparation.
With 6794, CSE is near to impossible. Yes, there is a chance for ECE if you go till the final round. According to 2018 and 2017 data, for ECE, the cut offs were between 5000 and 60000. And, there is no big difference between that and your rank, so you can give it a try.
Taking into consideration trends in past year regarding the cut off , I am sorry to say this but you have very low chances of getting cse in Manipal Jaipur as the seats are filled by ranks upto 10000.
Last year cut off was 8588.
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