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This College is accredited by NAAC B++ (National Assessment and Accreditation Council) validity is 27 Mar 2024 and the score is 2.87 .
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Engineering and Architecture (B.E /B.Tech)
Management and Business Administration (M.M.S)
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Joined On: 06 Dec' 17
Education Interest: Engineering and Architecture
Education Level: Class 12
- Batch of Jan. 1, 2022
- BE Information Technology
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- Batch of Jan. 1, 2013
- BE Mechanical Engineering
Questions related to Don Bosco Institute of Technology, Mumbai
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
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Can I get admission in don bosco if I get 140 in pcm and 60 percent in HSC?
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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. :)
Hello, My name is Harshal Rathod Im from Mumbai Im doing B.E in Extc from DBIT I want to apply for Mtech in IIT. So what is the procedure
You didn’t mention in which year of engineering you are.
For doing MTech. from IIT's, you need to clear GATE examination. Student of final and graduated students are eligible to appear in GATE exam. Forms for GATE exam usually come in month of September.
In general detail of Gate exam can be obtained from below mentioned link: https://engineering.careers360.com/exams/gate
After appearing in GATE exam, results are released in 45-50 days, on basis of GATE score you can fill form for various IIT’s, and then IIT’s like IIT-Delhi provide admission on basis of GATE score only, and some further takes interview for selection in MTech.
I hope this information is useful for you.
Feel free to ask any further query/ information if needed.
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Accreditation of this College:
- National Assessment and Accreditation Council
Validity : 27 Mar 2024 ; CGPA : 2.87