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Education Interest: Engineering and Architecture
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For entrance into the Diploma in Architecture, competitors ought to have essentially qualified their class 10 from a perceived college or comparable with a total sign of 55%. Entrance into Diploma in Architecture courses is finished based on the competitor's legitimacy for example marks acquired in class 10 tests.
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Hope you are doing great. No, as of currently being a commerce student you cannot acquire enrollment in B tech degrees. MEC (Mathematics, Economics, and Commerce) is an intermediate subject combination. For B. tech, one must have completed class 12 in the science stream, primarily physics, chemistry, and mathematics. If you want to definitely pursue a B. Tech Degree course. All you need to do is to take up Diploma in Engineering. The eligibility for the diploma course is 10th pass.
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To pursue Under Graduate Engineering course you must have passed 10+2 or its equivalent with Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry from a recognized board with minimum percentage of marks as specified. As you haven't studied Physics and Chemistry in 10+2 level you are not eligible to apply for admission to Aeronautical Engineering. You check the list of Engineering colleges in India and check the eligibility criteria by clicking on the name of the institute
You need to study Physics and Chemistry in 10+2 level. If you have the requisite qualification then you may apply for admission either based on merit in the entrance examination or marks scored in 10+2 level examination depending on the institute you are seeking admission. To check the list of entrance examination click on the link below
MEC is the combination of Mathematics , Economics and Commerce . But the basic eligibility requirement for admissions to any B.Tech programme is candidate must have passed the class 12 exam from a recognised board with PCM (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics) . By MEC you cannot do B.Tech in any engineering fields.So,I can't provide you guidelines regarding this.
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you did not mention to which state you belong to. According to your profile, you belong to Telangana State.
subjects in MEC group are maths, economics and commerce.
mathematics syllabus is:
for 1A, Functions, Matrix, addition of vectors, vector products, trignometric rations up to transformation, hyperbolic equations, properties of triangle.
For 1B, locus, transformation of axis, straight lines, pair of straight lines, three dimensional co-ordinates, direction cosines and direction ratios, the plane, limits and continuity, differentiation and application of derivatives.
Economics syllabus is:
unit 1: Introduction to economics ( definitions of economics, fundamental problems of an economy, nature and scope of economics, micro and macro economics, basic concepts of economics (including positive and normative economics)).
Unit 2: theory of consumer behaviour (utility, laww of diminishing marginal utility, law of equi marginal utility, short comings of utility analysis, indifference curve analysis: features of indifference curves- budget line- consumers equilibrium wityhthe help of different curve analysis.
Unit3: Demand Analysis
part A: Theory of Demand ( meaning of demand, demand function, determination of demand, types of demand, price demand- law of demand, income demand, cross demand).
Part B: elasticity of Demand (elasticity of demand, price elasticity of demand, income elasticity of demand, cross elasticity of Demand)
Unit 4: prtoduction analysis (concept of production and factors of production, production function, law of variable proportions, laws of returns to scale, economies of scale, supply and law of supply, cost analysis and revenue analysis).
Unit5: Market Analysis (markets meaning and classification, perfect competition: meaning characteristics and price determination, monopoly: meaning, characteristics and price determination, comparison between perfect competition and monopoly, monopolistic competition, oligopoly and duopoly: meaning and characteristics.)
Unit 6: theories of Distribution (distribution of income, marginal productivity theory of distribution, concept of rent and recardian theory of rent, concepts of wages, interest and profits.
unit 7: national income analysis( definitions, determination, concepts, components, measurements and estimation)
unit 8: theories of employment and public finance ( classical theory of employment, keynesian theory of income and employment, public finance, center state financial; relations and budget).
unit 9: money, banking and inflation.
unit 10: basic statistics for economics.
unit 1: fundamentals of business
unit 2: forms of business organizations
unit 3: formation of company as per Companies act, 2013.
unit 4: sources of business finance
unit 5; MSMEs.
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