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Last Seen: 21 Feb' 20
Joined On: 21 May' 19
Education Interest: Engineering and Architecture
Education Level: In Graduation
- Batch of Jan. 1, 2020
- B.Tech Electronics and Communication Engineering
Its a good government college to go for
Last Seen: 17 May' 15
Joined On: 16 May' 15
Education Interest: Hospitality and Tourism
Education Level: Class 12
- Batch of Jan. 1, 2019
- B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering
Best Constituent college of uttarakhand technical university
Joined On: 01 Dec' 15
Education Interest: n/a
- Batch of Jan. 1, 2015
- B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering
Questions related to Nanhi Pari Seemant Engineering Institute, Pithoragarh
whenever I sit to do problems I feel difficulty in doing n get depressed.what is the solution I can follow??
Firstly, do not get depressed. Everyone has been through this. Here are some tips I would like to give you
- Start from easy problems. Do not directly start solving difficult problems. When you do so, you won't get the answers easily and that might be a cause to make you feel depressed.
- In the beginning, solve questions from books that have solutions given and not just answers. In this way, it will be easier for you to get an idea of how to solve such type of questions. Try to solve the questions by yourself, and when you get stuck, refer to the solutions.
- Sit with your friends and solve questions together. In this way, you get an idea of how a question can be solved in various different ways as each person has a different way of thinking. You can choose to remember that method which is the easiest. Also, when doing this, choose your friends wisely.
I hope this helps you.
All the best.
if someone does msc in biotechnology from IIT then is he/she eligible to sit in ICAR JRF exam? how many seats are there in icar jrf in biotechnology? is it good idea?
It's a good idea to take up it and do visit website so you will know more information and will definitely get clear with all your doubts.
sir I have secured 560 in 2020 neet and my air is 42318 I belong to general category .. Can I get a sit in Odisha state for MBBS
Your marks is quote good but sorry to say due to increase in cut off this year the rank has shifted vastly. The last closing rank under state quota in Orissa was around 32000.
So I don't think being a general category student you will be able to secure a seat in any government college of Orrisa.
I have attached a link of Orissa 2019 counseling. You can refer to it for further clarification.
Will I be able to take part in BAMS govt. seat counselling if I do not sit in MBBS/BDS counselling?
Yes you can surely take part in BAMS govt seat if you do not take part in MBBS/BDS counseling but you must be an eligible candidate and your score must be good!
All the best!
i did bsc honours in biotechnology. now i want to sit in icar pg. what is the syllabus of entrance exam?
The subjects you have to go through for ICAR AIEAA is
Entomology and nematology
Forestry/agro frostry & silviculture
Agricultural engineering and technology
Water science and technology
& There are few more subjects to know the complete syllabus you can check the main website: https://www.icar.org.in/content/syllabus-aieea-ug-aieea-pg-and-aice-jrfsrfpgs-2019
A pdf is available on the website with the subjects and the syllabus within those subjects. I.e the units you have to study of those subjects.
Hope this will help.
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