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how much seat is available in civil and computer sector
I am assuming you are asking for the total no. of seats in Shri KJ Polytechnic, Bharuch. The branches you mentioned are totally different from each other, so there will be quite a difference in seats too.
to speak in figures, since the branch offers diploma courses ,the no. of seats for the following branches in are:
1. diploma in civil enginnering : Morning-120 / Evening-60 . total 180 seats.
2. diploma in computer applications : 180 seats.
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diploma chemical engineering addmission
If you are interested in pursuing Diploma course in chemical engineering, then you need to score at least 45% marks in your 10th board exams & the candidate should have compulsorily studied Maths, English & Science.
Colleges offering this degree release application forms on their websites & candidates need to keep an eye for the latest updates on the respective websites of his/her desired college & apply for the same. Then the college will select the candidates for admission only on the basis of merit & a cut-off marks shall be announced.
Then after the counselling process, you will be able to pursue your Diploma course in chemical engineering.
You can also study B.tech after the diploma right from the 2nd year. The duration of the diploma is a total of 3 years with 2 semesters per year & the fees of the colleges will be within 50,000 INR.
Hope this helps.
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