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Eligibility for mining engineering
The basic eligibility criteria for all the engineering courses is 50/60% marks in 10+2 physics, chemistry and maths.
The selection process varies for different colleges i.e every institution will have different criteria for admission. Most of the universities accept jee scores while others conduct their own entrance exams.
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how will I get chance to study mining engineering B E
before moving to your question I want to clarify you that mahatma Gandhi mission's jawaharlal Nehru engineering college Aurangabad does not offer mining engineering course for more details you can go on the link which I am providing you below:
and for Orissa school of mining engineering you will have to passed out from HSC board and with minimum 35% marks you can directly have admission in this college.
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