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can iget admission in thakur shivkumarsingh memorial engineering college burhanpur if my pcm group is not but pmb group have 46% so i can get admission
As per engineering you need to have mathematics in PU or 12th standard, it is not possible to study Engineering course after completion of your PU with PCB stream. To be eligible to pursue Engineering course, the candidate must have completed PU or 12th standard with Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry subjects from a recognised board. Hence not only Thakur shivkumarsingh memorial engineering college you cannot opt any engineering without PCM.
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