18th January 2015, 06:24 PM
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Is it mandatory to study continuously 5 years for admission in B.E. course at Tamil Nadu?

I am native of tamil nadu at present working in UAE, i like know about admission procedure for BE in tamil nadu. I came to know that to get admission in Tami nadu government colleges for BE/MBBS we need to study for 5 Years from 8th standard please clarify

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8th April 2016, 11:05 PM
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Default Re: Is it mandatory to study continuously 5 years for admission in B.E. course at Tamil Nadu?

For admission in government colleges in Tamil Nadu one has to crack entrance exam for which the minimum qualification is class 12th with required stream according to the course from a recognized board.

Hence, if you have the required qualification then try to crack exams like AIPMT or JEE Main which are the best option to get admission in a government college.
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