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What is the Scholarship criteria in DBIT for engineering students?
see don bosco institute of technology has no specific scholarship provided for students from college fund. you may apply for scholarship which is sanctioned for students from maharastra direct benefit transfer and government of India. details are as follows:
For Reserve Category - https://mahadbtmahait.gov.in/
For EBC scholarship - https://mahadbtmahait.gov.in/
For State Minority Scholarship - https://mahadbtmahait.gov.in/
For Central Minority scholarship - (https://scholarships.gov.in/) https://scholarships.gov.in/
however the eligibility to be requires from candidates is as follows:
must have valid documents supporting the reservation
must have aadhar card.
must have valid bank account.
The student should be admitted through the CAP round for EBC & Reserve Category Scholarship.
follow the below link to get latest details:
wanted a suggestion on which is a better college for B.E computer engineering Don Bosco Institute of technology , Mumbai vidayavihar OR Xavier Institute of Engineering,mahim please do respond
Both Don Bosco Institute of Technology and Xavier's institute of engineering are best for pursuing your B.E in Computer Engineering.
Following are the Don Bosco Institute of Technology details:
Fee per year is 111312.
Fee for 4 years will be 4,45,248.
Exam fee per year is 2000.
Exam fee for 4 years is 8000.
Other fee like admission and registration fee etc it will be of 12688 per year.
For 4 years it will be 50,000.
So your total fee for full time 4 years B.E in computer engineering will be approximately 5,00,000 to 5,50,000.
Placements are quite good in this college. There are about 12 + companies hiring students from this college and 41+ companies visiting for campus placement.
Following are the Xavier's College of engineering details:
Fee per year 124101.
Fee for 4 years is 4,96,404.
Other fee per year is 14,000.
Other fee for 4 years is 56,000.
You total fee for Full time 4 years B.E in computer engineering will be approximately 5,50,000 to 6,00,000.
Placements are somewhat good in this college.
Highest CTC is 4.08 lpa
Average CTC is 3Lpa
Top hiring company is Oracle for this university.
17+ companies visiting for campus placement.
Both colleges are best at their position.
Choice is yours
How is IPS Academy INDORE ,Institute of engineering and science for studying CSE or Persuding DBIT DEHRADUN??
According to your question, studying engineering from government college is only the best. But as you mentioned 2 college which both are private, then private institute more or less offers the same facilities and placement. But fees and structure might vary. The mentioned above both college are good but i feel dbit dehradoon would be a better option according to me as per opportunities matter.
Ultimately its ur choice on locatin, fees, and other factors and you need to decide overall.
R engineering degree course at don Bosco borivali branch
If you please mention your query more specifically then it will help me to reach you with the exact information.
Here I'm sharing a link from which you can get some information about Don bosco engineering college, Mumbai.
Hope it helps
All the best!
Can I get admission in don bosco if I get 140 in pcm and 60 percent in HSC?
Hope you're doing great.
If you're talking about B.tech course from Don Bosco then the eligibility criteria are as follows: The minimum eligibility is to pass 10+2 examination with at least 45% aggregate marks and Physics, Mathematics, and Chemistry as compulsory subjects. As you can see, you're pretty much safe when it comes to HSC scores and rest depend upon the score in the competitive examination.
The cutoff for Don Bosco varies every year. The last year cutoff of the student who got admission in the college was around 127 marks for general category. You can visit the college website for the same.
Hope you'll find the answer useful. Do reach out, in case you need any help. :)
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