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6th February 2013, 10:51 AM
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Dear..

Engineering is the course which always remain in demand and hence you are on a right track if you are choosing engineering as a career option. There are many exams conducted in India for admission in various engineering colleges of India. The main exams are as follows :-

AIEEE
JEE
VARIOUS STATE ENTRANCE EXAMS
IIT

Eligibility is as follows :-
1. 12th class passed with at least 50% marks
2. subject in 12th should be Physics Chemistry and Maths
3. NO age limit
4. No limitations of number of attempt apart from IIT
5. Relaxation for those who belong to minority community

So, if you want to become an engineer then its better to choose science maths as your subject in 11th class and then after prepare well for entrance exam.

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6th February 2013, 02:58 PM
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Hello,



To become an Engineer, you should take up main subject as science.

Your subject should include :

* Chemistry,
* Physics,
* Mathematics
.

Also your percentage must be 60% in 12th class .

Selection process will necessitate the candidates to appear common Engineering Entrance Examination.

Those candidates who score high score in entrance examination will get admission for engineering course.

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22nd February 2013, 01:00 PM
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You need to select science stream to become an engineer. Pass in 12th with Physics Chemistry and mathematics as subjects is the basic qualification required for B.Tech. You need to study Biology as one of the subjects to join with B.Tech streams in Biochemical engineering, Biotechnology, etc. Admissions are done on the basis of entrance exams. Preparation for clearing the same can be started from 11th class onwards.
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22nd February 2013, 10:17 PM
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IF you want to become an engineer after passing class 12th, than in your 12th class, you have to choose the below subjects:
Physics
Chemistry
Mathematics.

The above three are mandatory subjects.

Major engineering Entrance exams after passing class 12th are:
>> ISEET
>> BITSAT
>> BhartiViduyapeeth Test
>> Manipal Group test

Eligibilty in most of these tests is 12th pass with minimum 50% marks
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I am a student of Modern English Academy, Barrackpore. It is an ICSE school. I want to become engineer in future.Shall I change my board and how to proceed after class 10?
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26th March 2013, 11:40 PM
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Engineering is the course which always remain in demand and hence you are on a right track if you are choosing engineering as a career option. There are many exams conducted in India for admission in various engineering colleges of India. The main exams are as follows :-

AIEEE
JEE
VARIOUS STATE ENTRANCE EXAMS
IIT

Eligibility is as follows :-
1. 12th class passed with at least 50% marks
2. subject in 12th should be Physics Chemistry and Maths
3. NO age limit
4. No limitations of number of attempt apart from IIT
5. Relaxation for those who belong to minority community

So, if you want to become an engineer then its better to choose science maths as your subject in 11th class and then after prepare well for entrance exam.

ALL THE BEST
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26th March 2013, 11:45 PM
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heloo friend,

Engineering is a great profession which involves a number of sub fields having great scope in today's technical market of government areas or of private sectors.


To join engineering course after 10th,you have two options :

--Joining diploma course after which you may do b.tech or b.e.e directly into 2nd year.

--Joining b.tech or b.e. after 12th through different entrance exams.


From my opinion you must do 12th,because after 12th you have different many colleges where you may take admission by qualifying their entrance exams

but by joining diploma courses there are many more institutes or colleges where you can't take admissions and those colleges are considered on the top of the india's engineering top colleges list as those are :


IIT's

NIT's

IIIT's

BITS etc.



STREAMS IN ENGINEERING :-


Aeronautical / Aerospace Engineering
Architecture & Construction
Automobile Engineering
Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering
Electronics and Communication Engineering
Computer Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Instrumentation Engineering
Bio-Medical Engineering
Textile Engineering
Industrial Engineering etc.




good luck !!
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26th March 2013, 11:49 PM
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My dear friend,

If you want to go for engineering field after 10th then you have to go for diploma because only after diploma you can choose any of the stream in engineering.

If you want to go for engineering after 12th then you have to give the AIEEE entrance exam.AIEEE stands for All India Engineering Entrance Exam but now AIEEE comes in the form of JEE.

JEE has two papers:

1.JEE-Main
2.JEE-Advance


If the students want to get an admission in college or university then he/she had to give the JEE-MAIN entrance exam but they want to go for IIT or NIT then they have to give the JEE-Advance entrance exam after cracking the JEE-MAIN.



There are various streams of Engineering and you can choose any one according to your choice and interest.The streams in engineering are as follows:

Streams in engineering:

1.COmputer science engineering
2.Information technology
3.Civil Engineering
4.Mechanical Engineering
5.Aeronautical Engineering
6.Food technology
7.Biotechnology
8.Electrical Engineering
9.Electronics and communication Engineering
10.Nanotechnology
and many more.


Thank u!!
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27th March 2013, 09:39 AM
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hi,
It is nice that you want to become Engineer after 10th standard.

You can do this by taking non-medical stream in 11th as well as 12th standard

After that you can apply common entrance exam of engineering to become Engineer.

You must take three subject in 12th standard;-

----Physics, math, chemistry

After getting good score in entrance exam,you can choose you best engineering college.

Thank you..............

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27th March 2013, 01:48 PM
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Which stream should i choose to become an engineer after tenth?
Hello Dear,

Its a very crucial stage for making rigth decision for your career.

To become a Engineer in future the best thing is you go for PCM group in 11th and 12th.

After that go for Exams like :

IIT-JEE (The best exam for getting top institutes of INDIA like all IITs, NITs and IISc, Bangalore )

AIEEE Exam for good universities across INDIA.

and Different CET exams in every state for getting seats in state colleges.


Otherwise you can also go for management seats in any Private colleges by paying fees they demand.


Note : Maintain atleast 60% in any of your grade either 10 or 12th.


Another option is that you can do diploma 3 yrs after 10th and then opt for B tech through LEET exam and after diploma you can continue B tech from 2nd year onwards.

But I suggest 12th is better It has larger scope for you.



ALSO DECIDE WHICH ENGINEERING FIELD YOU WANTS AND FIND OUT WHERE YOUR INTEREST LIES IN THESE 2 YEARS OF 11TH AND 12TH CLASS.


SO ALL THE VERY BEST!!



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27th March 2013, 02:33 PM
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Which stream should i choose to become an engineer after tenth?
We are happy to see your interest in the engineering field. After completing 10th class you need to chose the 12th class with PCM stream.....!!

To admission in the engineering field you need to appear in the engineering entrance examination. There are many entrance examination like IIT JEE, KIITEE, VITEE, WBJEE, ORJEE...... and many other is conducted for the admission in the engineering course. You can also appear in the entrance examination in the appearing of 12th board exam.

Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) is the best college of India which provide standard quality education and batter facility to the own student. To admission in the any IIT college of India you need to qualify IIT JEE entrance examination. The competition is really tough so work hard to get success in the IIT JEE entrance examination.

I advise you to first take admission in the 12th class then think about the IIT JEE entrance examination. I wish you will definitely get success in the entrance examination.
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27th March 2013, 04:53 PM
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HI,

These are stream should I choose to become an engineer after 10th---------------

1.Electronics and communication Engineering
2.Computer science engineering
3.Electrical Engineering
4.Civil Engineering
5.Biotechnology
6.Mechanical Engineering
7.Information technology.

Hope the information helps for you....................
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27th March 2013, 06:48 PM
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Hi friend,

You can become a Engineer after complete 10th class you can choose the Science Stream.

Engineering Entrance Exams:

AIEEE

JEE

VARIOUS STATE
ENTRANCE EXAMS

IIT

Eligibility:

The candidate should complete the 12th standard with science stream.

You need minimum 50% of marks.

All the best.
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27th March 2013, 06:50 PM
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Hi Guest,

After 10th you cannot get into engineering in direct.

You need to give an exam for the entrance of engineering courses.

There are many entrance exams in India for the admission of the courses.

You need to give any of the entrance exams.

After giving it you can take admission if you score good marks.

The eligibility criteria for these exams are completion of 12th Standard.

Thank you,

All the best.
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27th March 2013, 08:43 PM
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Which stream should i choose to become an engineer after tenth?
After 10th you can't go for engineering because minimum educational qualification required is +2 i.e, 12th class.

So if you want to do engineering then you should think about it after 2 years. or else you can go for ITI after 10th.
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28th March 2013, 12:04 AM
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You must for Physics, Chemistry and Maths in 10+2 if you want to become an Engineer in future.

So opt for PCM stream and after 10+2 completion you will be eligible to apply for Entrance examination for Engineering courses.


Try to get good marks in 10+2 because the entrance examination may decide a certain percentage of marks for eligibility.

So take admission in a good school with above subject combination and start preparing for the entrance from now onwards.

The syllabus of 11th and 12th class are very important when you are preparing for the entrance examination.

The top colleges for doing engineering courses are IITs and NITs. You have to get a very good rank then only you can get these colleges after the counselling.
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28th March 2013, 02:08 AM
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Which stream should i choose to become an engineer after tenth?
HI!
For joining Engineering you have to pass 11th and 12th with Physics Chemistry and Math.
After passing 12th you have to qualify the entrance exam like:-
> A.I.E.E.E
> I.I.T-J.E.E.E
> I.S.A.T

Top engineering college in India:-
> Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
> Indian Institute of Technology, Khragur
> Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay
> Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
> Indian Institute of Technology, Patna
> Indian Institute of Technology, Hyderabad
> Indian Institute of Technology, Gandhinagar
etc

ALL THE BEST!
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28th March 2013, 03:41 PM
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Which stream should i choose to become an engineer after tenth?
Engineering exam can be possessed by you in 2 ways first you can choose a branch related to your interest and then you can join diploma in any aicte approved college else you can continue with +2 intermediate in science with PCM as your major subjects. now a days mechanical , electrical and civil branches are in demand as due to the world economy market . if you need then you can meet career counseling guides who would help you for your bright future.

Eligibility is as follows :-
1. 12th class passed with at least 50% marks
2. subject in 12th should be Physics Chemistry and Maths
3. NO age limit
4. No limitations of number of attempt apart from IIT
5. Relaxation for those who belong to minority community

if you are eligible then you have to appear entrance exam such as
AIEEE
JEE
STATE EXAMS
for getting admitted in to a college which would be given to you by your ranks:
the best institue for engineering are
IITs
NITs
MITS
BIT
LPU

and many

all the best for your future
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28th March 2013, 03:50 PM
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Which stream should i choose to become an engineer after tenth?
Engineering exam can be possessed by you in 2 ways first you can choose a branch related to your interest and then you can join diploma in any aicte approved college else you can continue with +2 intermediate in science with PCM as your major subjects. now a days mechanical , electrical and civil branches are in demand as due to the world economy market . if you need then you can meet career counseling guides who would help you for your bright future.

Eligibility is as follows :-
1. 12th class passed with at least 50% marks
2. subject in 12th should be Physics Chemistry and Maths
3. NO age limit
4. No limitations of number of attempt apart from IIT
5. Relaxation for those who belong to minority community

if you are eligible then you have to appear entrance exam such as
AIEEE
JEE
STATE EXAMS
for getting admitted in to a college which would be given to you by your ranks:
the best institue for engineering are
IITs
NITs
MITS
BIT
LPU

and many

all the best for your future
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9th May 2013, 01:51 PM
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Dear friend,

For becoming an Engineer, you must choose Science Stream after 10th.

Science Stream includes:

>> Physics

>> Chemistry

>> Mathematics


These three subjects are must to be eligible for Engineering Entrance Exams.

You will have to do B.Tech in any branch of Engineering like Civil, ECE, CS, ME, etc. for becoming an Engineer.

For doing B.Tech from a good college, you will need to crack Entrance Exams like:

>> JEE Mains - http://jeemain.nic.in

>> JEE Advanced - http://jee.iitd.ac.in

>> UPSEE - http://upsee.nic.in

>> MHT-CET - http://www.mhtcetonline.com

>> Orissa JEE - http://www.odishajee.com

>> WBJEE - http://wbjeeb.nic.in

>> EAMCET - http://www.apeamcet.org

>> COMEDK - http://www.comedk.or

>> SRMEE - http://www.srmuniv.ac.in

>> VITEE - http://www.vit.ac.in/admissions/viteee2013/online.asp

>> KIITEE - http://kiitee.ac.in

If you crack anyone of them, then you can get admission in Engineering College and do B.Tech there.
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22nd May 2013, 09:20 AM
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dear friend.....


stream should I choose to become an engineer after 10th
--------------------------------


1.Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering
2.Instrumentation Engineering
3.Aeronautical/Aerospace Engineering
4.Industrial Engineering
5.Civil Engineering
6.Computer Engineering
7.Automobile Engineering
8.Textile Engineering
9.Electronics and Communication Engineering
10.Architecture & Construction
11.Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering
12.instrumentation Engineering
13.mining Engineering
14.Electronics and Communication Engineering
15.Architecture & Construction
16.Textile Engineering
17.Computer Engineering
18.Architecture & Construction
19.Industrial Engineering
20.Electrical Engineering
21.Automobile Engineering
22.Bio-Medical Engineering
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22nd May 2013, 10:46 AM
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Hi there,
To become an engineer, you should choose SCIENCE non-medical stream i.e. choose Physics, Chemistry and Maths in 10+2.
Hope, it helps. ALL THE BEST!
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22nd May 2013, 03:10 PM
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If you want to become Engineer then you will have to choose science stream in 11th standard. To be more precise you must select Phyiscs, Chemistry and Mathematics subjects in 10+2 if you want to become Engineer.

Only after it you can appear for the entrance exams conducted for Engineering admission. You will have to appear for entrance exam to get admission for Engineering course.

There are several entrance exams to choose from. Some example are:

AIEEE

IIT-JEE

ISEET

GUJ-CET

BITSAT

UPSEE

Which exam to choose depends on you. If you want admission in IITs or NITs then ISEET is the exam for you. It has replaced AIEEE and IIT-JEE entrance exam.

Apart from ISEET you have the option to appear for engineering entrance exam of your own state. For example UPSEE is for Uttar Pradesh. However there is a possibility that your state might have decided to replace its own entrance exam with ISEET.

In such case you will appear for ISEET and will get 2 separate rankings. First would be All India level, while second would be for the state level.


ISEET Eligibility

1. You will have to complete 12th standard from recognized board.

2. Physics, Chemistry and Maths should be the subjects.

3. 40 percent or more marks in 12th standard.
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22nd May 2013, 05:55 PM
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Hello,



To become an Engineer, you should take up main subject as science.

Your subject should include :

* Chemistry,
* Physics,
* Mathematics
.

Also your percentage must be 60% in 12th class .

Selection process will necessitate the candidates to appear common Engineering Entrance Examination.

Those candidates who score high score in entrance examination will get admission for engineering course.

HOPE IT HELPS YOU
hmmm it's depends on u dude..... but according to me Mechanical is the best option to be an engnr......
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22nd May 2013, 07:44 PM
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There are two degree courses of engineering in which you can take admission.These course are :-
  • B.E(Bachelor of Engineering).
  • B.Tech(Bachelor of Technology).
For taking admission in these course,the academic qualification you will required are as follows :-
  • You should have an Intermediate passed out degree in Science stream from recognized board/university.
  • Your subject combination should be Physics,Chemistry and Mathematics.
  • Your minimum marks should be 75% percentile as per latest marking scheme.
For taking admission in Engineering course you will have to apply for JEE(Joint Entrance Examination) conducted by IIT.In order to appear in this exam you will also have to meet one additional eligibility :-
~Your age should not be above 25 years.


JEE Exam will be conducted in two phases.These are in :-
  • JEE Mains.
  • JEE Advanced.
JEE Main exam will be taken as a preliminary exam and if you will get pass in this exam,then you will able to take admission in NIT(National Institute of Technology) Engineering colleges.If your Ranking will be within 1.5 Lakhs then you will only be eligible to appear in IIT-JEE Advanced Exams.After getting pass in this exam,you will able to take admission in IIT Engineering colleges.


There are various branches of Engineering in which you will able to take admission.some of these are :-
  • Mechanical.
  • Electrical.
  • Civil.
  • Aeronautics.
  • Computer science/Information Technology.
  • Fashion Technology.
  • Architecture.
  • Diary Technology.
  • Mathematics Engineering.








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12th June 2014, 05:30 PM
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i got 63% in std.10 2 in pcm stream i want to take admission b tech what i do?
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For doing biomedical engineer should I select ITas a subject or computer science after 10th standard?
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4th April 2015, 10:33 PM
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To become an good engineer you will have to go for science stream with physics,chemistry and mathematics as your main subjects in your 12th .

Also you will have to score good marks in your respective board and also look to crack entrance examinations like for admission in the good government colleges or private colleges with good trades .

Friend if you go for biology instead of mathematics as the main subjects in your 12th still you have the option for becoming good engineer in the trades like Biochemical engineering , Biotechnology , Microbiology etc. .

For mathematics students some of the trades with good scope are here under :-

Electrical & electronics engineering .

Electrical & communication engineering .

Mechanical engineering .

Computer science engineering .

Civil engineering .

Marine engineering .

Aeronautical engineering , etc. .

So , first try to secure good marks in your 12th and competitive examination and go for the trade in which you are interested for your engineering course .
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Today I got my result and in 10th i got 55% which subject should I choose in 11th and 12th for becoming an engineer. How many percentage should I have to score for an engineering
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