Hi ! present Im in 11th standard Arts stream [mec] which includes maths , economic, and commerce and accounts . after my 12th I wanna take b. com. and with b. com can i do[ become ] air hostess.if I can how should I be prepared for that. please suggest me.
The basic eligiblity for air hostess would be a graduate degree mainly in hospitality industry but there is no obligations as such.
So you can surely do the bcom after 12th. Next the main thing would be English fluency. So read newspaper and watch some interactive videos available to improve your grammar and vocabulary. Read as many words as possible. You can also learn some other languages to gain certain edge over others.
You should take care of your eyes and health. Because you will be traveling a lot so health is necessary.
- Mastery in spoken English and other foreign languages as required.
- 18 - 26 years of age.
- 10+2 with degree in hospitality, or other graduate degree.
- Height of min 157.5 centimetres,Weight proportionate to the height.
- Eligible for an Indian Passport.
- Perfect eyesight.
- Good health.
Some of the top colleges and universities in the nation conduct entrance exams like that of the AIAEE, NCHMCT JEE and AEEE for admission to the air hostess course.
Some of the private institutes also provide direct admission based on the performance of the student in their 10+2 board exams.
Hope this helps!!!
Hi ! present Im in 11th standard Arts stream [mec] which includes maths , economic, and commerce and accounts . after my 12th i wanted to go to "Korea" for further studies . what should I do. if u suggest me anything Ill prepare myself from now on. please reply
So your dream is to study in South Korea that's a good one probably. But do you know that they don't know English very well so to accommodate yourself to the surroundings make sure you learn basic Korean language just to converse and be comfortable.
Next thing decide what you want to pursue there and choose the university.
Then apply to the university three or four months prior to avoid any hassles afterward.
An undergraduate course at a public university costs around US$4,350 per semester (with humanities subjects at the lower end and medicine at the top).
At a South Korean private university, fees are estimated at US$5,800 per semester.
See the country is quite expensive but good to choose wisely.
If you want to study in Korea for a longer period of time you will need to apply for a visa, usually a student visa.
This procedure starts with applying to and becoming accepted by a school in Korea and pay for your tuition fee.
Hope this helps!!!
Can we bring any sort of art supplies for the drawing part of JEE Mains paper 2 or only colour pencils?
Aspirants appearing for JEE Mains Paper 2 Exam are allowed to carry, geometry box set, pencils, erasers, colour pencils or crayons as per the candidates choice.
You can visit the link below to know about JEE MAINS paper 2 syllabus and other stuffs:
I hope my answer helps. All the very best for your future endeavors!
Is JEE main is compulsory for admission for B.Art
No it's not mandatory that you need to give JEE main for admission into B. Architecture in every college. Only colleges which accept JEE accept score of Jee Mains for admission into B. Architecture.
Apart from that The National Aptitude Test in Agriculture ( NATA) also conducts entrance exam for admission into various colleges in B. Architecture course.
Hope that helps.
i have done bsc homesience from agriculture university....but i am confused that bsc hsc.is included in art stream or science
BSC in Home science is the Bachelor is science in Home science subject. B.Sc in Home Science is a three-year undergraduate program offered by many institutes in India. The course covers topics from science and subjects like food, nutrition, home management, family resource, Environmental Science, Resource Management, Fundamentals of Food Nutrition & Food Science, Personal Finance, Physical Sciences,etc.
I have done my 10th from UP Madarsa Board ( munshi) , my 12th in art stream from UP Ilahabad Board, now I am doing 12th PCB from Up board, can I will be eligible for neet ?
The eligibility criteria for NEET is:
Qualifying Exam for NEET 2021
Minimum Age Requirement for NEET 2021
Candidates must have completed 17 years as on December 31, 2021.
Maximum Age Limit*
The upper age limit for NEET (UG) is 25 years as of the date of examination with a relaxation of 5 years for the candidates belonging to the SC/ST/OBC-NCL category and PwD Candidates
The class 12 percentage required for NEET 2021 exam is separate for each category and can be listed as under. NEET eligibility marks in class 12 to be considered are aggregate marks only for PCB subjects
There are no restrictions on the maximum NEET attempt limit 2021.
Indian Nationals, NRIs, OCIs, PIOs & Foreign Nationals aspirants are eligible to apply
For more details use the link:
All the best!
hello maine 10th ke bad diploma kiya hai after that maine ( ycmou mukta vidhyapit ) se art main graduation kiya hai... kya aab maain MBA regular ko admission le sakta hun.. ... ... pls tell me the answer...
Yes, you are eligible for regular MBA.
Cat is the most reputed entrance examination for MBA and it is accepted by more than 1,000 be a school including prestigious IIMs and its eligibility criteria says that
To be eligible for CAT ,
you need a Bachelor's degree with at least 50 per cent marks or equivalent CGPA . SC/ST/PH students need only at least 45 percentage in Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline to be eligible from a recognised university . Candidates who are in the final year of their graduation are also eligible for CAT examination.
So, you are eligible for CAT irrespective of the fact that you have completed your graduation from YCMOU which is an open university if you have got at least 50 % or 45 % in case of SC/ST/PH in your graduation.
This is because,
It doesn't matter even if you have completed your graduation from an Open University what matters is that it should be a recognised University and YCMOU is an open recognised university and it is recognized under the 12 (B) section of the UGC Act, 1956
For detailed information go through
You are eligible for CAT examination you should focus on your preparation but before that you should know its examination pattern which is provided below
IIMs officially don't release cat examination pattern, expected CAT 2021 pattern is provided below:-
-)CAT 2021 will be of 2 hour duration
-)it is conducted in computer-based mode.
-)In cat 2021 , there will be a total of 76 questions - 54 mcqs and 22 non - mcqs
-)The complete paper will be divided into three major sections, which are listed below along with number of questions they have:-
QA i. e quantitative Ability :- it will have 26 questions in total (18 mcqs and 8 non - mcqs)
DILR i. e data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning :- it will have 24 questions (18 mcqs and 6 non - mcqs)
VARC i. e Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension :- it will have 26 questions( 18 mcqs and 8 non - mcqs)
-)There's 40 minutes for each section .
3 marks is awarded for every correct answer
-1 marks for every wrong answer in case of mcqs
no marks deduction is there for wrong answers in case of wrong non -mcqs .
To start your cat preparation, first of all go through its syllabus at
Top books which you can follow for CAT are listed below section wise :-
-)How to prepare for Quantitative Aptitude for the CAT by Arun Sharma:-
it is the best book for your Aptitude for your cat examination .
it covers all the topics according to your cat syllabus.
it has elaborative examples so that it's easy for you to understand them .
questions are divided into 3 levels of difficulty
DATA INTERPRETATION AND LOGICAL REASONING (DILR) :-
-)Logical reasoning and data interpretation for cat by K. Sinha Nishit:-
the best thing about this book is it starts with your fundamental and basics and then goes to advanced level too, you get each topics with explained examples.
it has questions divided into three difficulty levels, so that you can start from basic and move ahead step by step
-) how to prepare for data Interpretation for cat by arun sharma :-
it has strategies and concepts which you need to solve questions accurately and quickly.
it has exercises which are designed in a manner to help you boost your logical thinking etc.
VERBAL ABILITY AND READING COMPREHENSION
-) word power made easy by norman lewis:-
it is one of the best books that you can get for improving your vocabulary .
it helps you in learning correct usage of words etc.
at the end of each chapter you get review exercises
-) mastering the verbal ability for cat by ajay singh:-
it has more than around 200 passages for your practice .
it also contains test papers of other B-School as well, etc.
-) How to prepare for verbal ability and reading comprehension for the cat by arun sharma and meenakshi upadhyay:-
it is written in a very lucid manner.
it has past year question papers analysis .
you get topicwise segregation in this book along with mock papers for your practice.
For detailed information go through our page the link for the same is provided below
*Make a routine and religiously follow it as it will help you to utilise the time in the best possible way and avoid procrastination and laziness .
*Keep short breaks of 20 to 25 minutes after every 1.5 to 2 hours between your studies in your routine .Half of the time of your studies must be for practicing questions
* Plan your studies, and set daily, weekly and monthly goals and meet them without any fail.
*Solve previous year question papers of CAT :-it will let you know the examination pattern, type and difficulty level of questions, also concepts behind the question often gets repeated, so you should definitely solve year papers . You can get cat previous year question papers at https://bschool.careers360.com/articles/cat-question-papers
*Once you are done with complete CAT syllabus then go through CAT mock test papers , it will let you know your preparation level and and weak areas so that you can work on them and perform well in your examination
For detailed information go through
Hello everyone. I have completed graduation and my stream was Arts. Now Guys please give me suggestions that what should I do for my career.
There are lots of career options after BA but which will be best for you depends upon :-
- your interest
- what you want to become in your life , for example if you want to be an IAS /IPS you need to go for UPSC examination
- If you are interested in teaching then after your BA, you can go for B.Ed and after the completion of B.Ed will be eligible to teach in schools
- If you want to study further then you can go for masters in arts etc and later on you can even become a professor
- You can go for LLB and can be a lawyer
- If you want to get into civil services like IAS etc then you can start preparing for UPSC examination after your BA
- If you want to get into management or business or HR jobs etc then you can even do MBA etc.
- If you want to get a job in a bank , you can go for exams like SBI PO etc
I hope my answer helps. All the very best for your future endeavors!
party system+2 arts lesson true false all
If you are asking about the answer of the true false questions of this chapter, then let me tell you that, you can easily find the solutions on internet.
There are so many websites which will provide you the solutions not only for true false, but also for the whole chapters and books. So, you can download the solutions from any website.
Hope it helps.
mai ek art side student hu aur mujhe kisi bhi haal mai doctor banna h uske liye mai kya kar sakti hu agar mera doctor banne ka ek percent bhi chance h tab bhi mai yeh karungi .d
To become a doctor you need to do mbbs and admission in mbbs is through neet exam but arts student are not eligible for neet.
So, being an arts student you cannot become a doctor.
Still, you want to pursue mbbs and be a doctor?
Here's the solution :-
Go for NIOS on demand examination for 12th with all the 5 subjects including physics ,chemistry biology/biotechnology and English and for the 5th subject you can choose any subject of your choice like Hindi ,Sanskrit, maths or any other subject and after passing, if you fulfill the percentage requirement in PCB i. e
at least 50 % in aggregate of PCB i.e Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Biotechnology in 12th examination if belongs to general category , or at least 40% in aggregate of PCB if belongs to Obc/ Sc /st category , or at least 45 % in aggregate of PCB in case of general pwd candidates to be eligible.
If you fulfill this then,
you will be eligible for neet and after qualifying neet you can get admission in MBBS on the basis of marks obtained by you in the Neet examination and after completion of mbbs you will become a doctor and can practice.
For detailed information about neet examination eligibility go through our page for which link is provided below; -