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Education Interest: Engineering and Architecture
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- B.Tech Civil Engineering
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Questions related to Geeta Institute of Management and Technology, Kurukshetra
Sir, I did btech Cs in the yr 2015from Gimt kkr, score is 72/ .want to pursue MBA digital marketing distance edu. Help me please
which college are you aiming for ?
Even for distance edu, qualifying exam for MBA is important, you can most certainly give it
as there is no age limit for that
You should let me know what exactly have you planned, so that I can guide you further
Symbiosis has many distance education programmes for the same so does MANIPAL university with good repute and placement capability
All the best to you
hoping to hear fromyou
sir which institute is best for b.tech between kaziranga and GIMT in assam?
Yes ! Very good question. I appreciate your sense of humor by the way. Well, the answer is Kaziranga University(KU) much better any day. Because:
1. KU admits students on the basis of CEE examination which has a selection ratio of 2% (420/22000 * 100%). On the other hand AEC has no such procedure, whoever applies gets admitted.
2. Here comes the fees. tuition fees per semester in KU is << 10,000 rupees. On the other hand you pay 50–60k rupees (or more I am not sure) if you study in AEC.
3. KU has completed its golden jubilee. But AEC is a baby institution.
4. Jorhat is a good & larger city compared to Guwahati.
5. KU has got reasonable placements, some PSUs also visit KU. on the other hand AEC guys may hardly know what placement is.
Do you need any more ?
P.S. : The answer to the question is obvious, that we all know. It was just a sarcastic approach to a irking question. Please don’t say that I am giving wrong info..
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