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can a small town student (Raebareli) like me will be able to crack clat and enrolled in top nlus? I am presently studying for it in Lucknow but regarding the competition from all over india like Delhi kolkata Bangalore I have started doubting myself

Priyaanka Sarkar Student Expert 17th Nov, 2019
Do you know how many cities are in India? There are approximately 300. And in a country which has more than a billion population, there are just 300 cities. Even assuming a million people live in these cities, the rest are from villages and small towns. Which means, most of the talent and resources come from small towns and villages and people like you and me who come from them. And small towns and Villages are the ones which are called the back bone of this country. Nit everyone who made it big was born in a City. So if anyone can crack CLAT, it is you. All you need to do is focus on studying and leave the rest which are beyond your control. It doesn't matter where you are from. What matters is how you move ahead. Stressing over factors which are unnecessary only spoil your confidence and preparation. Do not let geographical location undermine your talent. Go through our page at:
https://law.careers360.com/articles/how-prepare-for-clat-without-coaching as how to prepare for CLAT.
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I switched my college and university both in second year of my BTech civil engineering will it affect my gate exam or interview or psu recruitment or any other competition exam??

Aditya Kumar Sharma Student Expert 12th Nov, 2019

Hey aspirant.

See the switching of ur stream won't be affecting u in written exams and u will get the marks according to ur skills and knowledge but in the interview round u might be facing some problems as the panel would be asking some genuine reason for ur switching. If u failed to prove that u might get negative  points  but if u managed then it is well and good. For the placements scenario , yes it would affect because every company wants the fresher and if u clashed with some fresher in points then he/she would be given preference.

Hope u got ur point.

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I am preparing study for bank competition

Aditya kumar Student Expert 8th Nov, 2019
Hello there!

Greetings!

It's very good that you are preparing for bank exams but you haven't mentioned your doubt / question so let me know it so that I can help you. Actually for bank exams there is no specific exam pattern as different banking exam follows a different pattern in the paper. The subjects included in the mains exam are given below :-

a) Reasoning Ability

b) Quantitative Aptitude

c) Computer Awareness

d) General Awareness

e) English Language


So you need to prepare above topics if you want to crack bank exams. You should make a timetable for preparing each and every topic according to the difficulty level and make note of important points and steps to solve questions. You should practice as much mock test papers as you can.

thankyou
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I DONT WANT COMPUTER SCIENCE BUT I WANT A FIELD OF LESS COMPETITION,HIGH DEMAND AND YES TIMELY GOOD GROWTH ALSO.

Devanshi Ahuja 31st Oct, 2019

A FIELD OF LESS COMPETITION,HIGH DEMAND AND YES TIMELY GOOD GROWTH is Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA). It is a 3-year (six semesters) undergraduate programme in Computer Applications.

The objective of Bachelor of Computer Applications is to demonstrate the sound knowledge in key areas of Computer Science or Industrial Computing. As today's market is almost based on IT and its applications, the students are trained to fulfill the needs of the market.

Duration: 3 Years

Eligibility: 10+2 from any stream with min 48%

Selection Procedure: Merit and Interview

Visit: https://www.jnujaipur.ac.in/

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can we do GME course after competition of course in Diploma mechanical engineering.

Aditi Amrendra Student Expert 30th Oct, 2019
Hello,



Yes, students having diploma in mechanical engineering can take admission in a Marine engineering college.
You can also enter the course through lateral entry but that depends in seats and only few colleges only offer lateral entry.

I hope this helps
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I am not sure what career in which subject to take but i want a field rather than computer science and of less competition

Devraj choudhary Student Expert 30th Oct, 2019

Hii

Apart from BTech in computer science,  there are lots of options to do in career. You can go for some other engineering like where there is very low competition like- chemical, metallurgy etc.

You can even go for other courses  like-BBA, BCom, BA in lots of subjects, Hotel management,  Graduation in yoga, arts and culture etc..

So, there are lots of options to choose for your career. All the best

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Iam studying intermediate 2nd year CEC GRUOP Then I willing to get job in civils wt can I do for that

Shudhanshu Gupta Student Expert 26th Oct, 2019
Hello.
If you are in class 12th and you want to go for civil services then firstly you will have to be eligible with this.
  • for civil services a candidate must have qualified with a bachelor degree.
  • There is a special age limit for each category candidate.
if you are doing your intermediate in arts stream then it is a fantabulous thing for you because the rest journey for civil services will be easy for you, for the preparation you can join test series you will have to read newspaper on daily basis, you will have to be a aware from the general knowledge also.
Best of luck.
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last date for nom net admission

Aditya kumar Student Expert 1st Oct, 2019

Hello there!

Greetings!

I am extremely sorry to tell you but there's no exam like nom net but if you are asking about UGC NET then I would like to tell you that  UGC NET Registration for December 2019 session has begun from September 9  and last date for filling application form is October 9, 2019 .UGC NET Exam is conducted by NTA to determine the eligibility for Junior Research Fellowship or/ and Assistant Professorship in Indian universities and colleges. UGC NET December 2019 session will be conducted from December 2-6 in online mode.

Thankyou

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what is the rrb syllabus.. .. .. .?

Aditya kumar Student Expert 30th Sep, 2019
Hello there!

Greetings!

RRB syllabus is given below :-

General Awareness :-

  • General Knowledge
  • Current Affairs
  • Book/Authors
  • Abbreviations
  • Awards
  • International & National Organizations
  • Budget
  • History
  • Geography
  • Environment
  • Indian Economy
  • General Science

Arithmetic:-
  • Data Interpretation
  • Profit & Loss
  • Simple Interest
  • Mensuration
  • HCF & LCM
  • Time and Work
  • Time and Distance
  • Simplification
  • Algebra
  • Percentage
  • number System
  • Decimal
  • Fractions
  • Compound Interest

General Intelligence :-
  • Mathematical Operations
  • Classification
  • General Reasoning
  • Mental Ability
Reasoning
  • Age Calculations
  • Direction Test
  • Arithmetic Reasoning
  • Age-related Problems
  • Number Ranking
  • Coding
  • Decoding
  • Alphabet Series
  • Decision Making
  • Blood Relations
  • Verbal Reasoning
thankyou
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