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30th July 2011, 01:55 AM
ashish.yadav121
 
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Which course do I have to do after Mechanical Engineering so as to pursue Marine Engineering? Will I face any problems if I didnt score 60% in PCM?


i want to do marine engg after mechanical engg which course i have to do after that n i have one problem after 10+2 i didn't get 60% in PCM so... after that there will be notproblem to join marine engg course ....please help me





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31st August 2016, 07:51 PM
joyshreenath
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Default Re: Which course do I have to do after Mechanical Engineering so as to pursue Marine Engineering? Will I face any problems if I didnt score 60% in PCM?

Are you already pursuing mechanical engineering or are you thinking of pursuing mechanical engineering. If you are planning to enroll in mechanical course now, then there is an issue that you should know about. You need to pass the pure science subjects, that is, the combination of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics with minimum 60% or more marks. almost all the government engineering colleges have this criterion.
Of course, you will find differences in the private engineering colleges. In those cases your percentage would not matter. You can apply in a private engineering college and study mechanical engineering. Then right after you pass out that course, you can take admission in marine engineering. In total, it would take 8 years and a huge amount of money as the admission fee. To avoid this you can do another thing. You can study B.Sc. honors in Physics, for 3 years right now. After you finish you can enroll in marine engineering course in regular or distance mode from some private college. Now, think about it.
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