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what will be the fee for btech
For B.Tech in any specialization different colleges have different fee structure. The private colleges charge heavily while the fee for government colleges like NITs, IITs, CFTIs and other government colleges is comparatively low. If you are not financially sound then there are some private colleges which are not affordable. Kindly let me know the name of your college for better response.
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can I take admission in dumka engineering college after 12 without diploma
Yes you can take admission in Dumka Engineering College after to complete your 12th.
The basic eligibility criteria is that you must have minimum 45% aggregate in your class 12 boards. Also you must appear for the JEECE exam.
The admissions will be done on the basis of counselling of JEECE. Counselling will be organized and managed in the order of merit rank of candidates.
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sir can i go with lateral entry in this college?
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yes you can get addmission in dumka engineering college dumka through lateral entry if you are a diploma candidate.
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