|Author: Denni Thompson 26 Jul 2009 Member Level: Gold Points : 6 (Rs 4) Voting Score: 0|
There are two ways to enrol for a B-Tech program.
First is you should have passed higher secondary schooling with Mathematics, Physic and Chemistry as your main subjects.
After this you can join any collage by writing Entrance examinations. Each state have their own engineering entrance examinations. Or if you are a geek you better try for IIT's. Their are other better institutes to chose like NIT's, VIT, BIT's etc. For details you can go to their websites.
Other way is to do a diploma engineering after you 10th or 12th and then join for a BTech Programme. By doing this you can join the course from second year ownwards. In this method you can only choose the trade that you had done in your diploma.
If you join diploma after 10th and then go for a BTech you would just pass out like a regular BTech student of your age or your class. But if you go after 12th you put in an extra two years.
Stae as well as national level entrances are conducted for the same too.
|Author: pankaj agarwala 26 Jul 2009 Member Level: Silver Points : 4 (Rs 2) Voting Score: 0|
Should be a pass in 10+2 examination from recognized Board/University with
Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one of the following subjects:
As per as minimum +2 percentage is concern ,it depends upon the institute which will be mentioned in its information brochure.
For admission in IITs one has to qualify IIT-JEE.
for more info visit IIT JEE
For admission in NITS one has to qualify AIEEE
for more info visit AIEEE
|Author: brijesh singh 26 Jul 2009 Member Level: Gold Points : 2 Voting Score: 0|
The minimum qualification for doing B.tech is that you should have completed 10+2 in Science stream atleast with 60 % marks in aggregate.
Some colleges take 50% marks as well.
Some colleges consider only the 60% aggregate in the science subjects.
This is the minimum qualification which make you eligible. But to get into a particular college you have to first clear their respective entrance. Then your rank in the entrance will decide the college and the branch you will be awarded.
|Author: Vivek Rathore 31 Jul 2009 Member Level: Gold Points : 2 Voting Score: 0|
You need to be 12th pass with at least 55 percent marks to appear for engineering entrance exam.
The percentage may for different colleges & different entrance exam conducting authorities.
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