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Anna University Counselling 2017 Call Letter Released: Download Now!

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The schedule for the Anna University counselling in Tamil Nadu has been released. This is for admissions into engineering courses (TNEA 2017) in colleges across the state. The starting cut off marks for the TNEA 2017 counselling process is July 23. The cut off is 199.75 in the first session to 86.25 in the final counselling session.

Date and time:

It will be held at 11.30 am on August 11 at the Centre for Entrance Examinations and Admissions in Anna University.

Anna University Counselling 2017 Call Letter Out!

Where to find the Anna University Counselling 2017 call letter?

Candidates can download their Anna University counselling call letter from the official site.

Anna University Counselling 2017 schedule and cut off range:

  • July 23- 199.75 to 197.5
  • July 24- 197.25 to 194.25
  • July 25- 193.75 to 190.75
  • July 26- 190.5 to 187.5
  • July 27- 187 to 183.5
  • July 28- 183 to 179
  • July 29- 178.5 to 174.5
  • July 30- 174 to 170
  • July 31- 169.50 to 165.50
  • August 1- 165 to 161
  • August 2- 160.25 to 155.25
  • August 3- 154.75 to 149.75
  • August 4- 149 to 144
  • August 5- 143.5 to 138.5
  • August 6- 137.75 to 132.75
  • August 7- 132.25 to 126.25
  • August 8- 125.5 to 118.5
  • August 9- 117.5 to 109.5
  • August 10- 108 to 97.25
  • August 11- All eligible candidates

How to download the Anna University Counselling 2017 call letter?

In order to download the Anna University counselling 2017 call letter, follow the steps given here:

  • Log on to the official website for TNEA (tnea.ac.in).
  • Click on "TNEA 2017 - Academic Counselling Call Letter"
  • Login using your email ID and password.
  • Download the call letter and take a print out of the same for further reference

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