i got mechanical engineering in jss Mysore (sjce) but in nxt round i may get Dayanand sagar University Hosur road (cs or IS) which is better?
hello,DSCE is autonomous institution while jss is private university. Placements are excellent in both but would recommend Sjce. Speaking about Dayananda Sagar university provides a average placement for mech students.
i wanted to know about Dayanand sagar University Hosur road Bangalore (placements, teachings) Branch:CS, data science
Dsu is a decent college. You can getting a cs branch then definitely you should go for dsu, it has decent placements as well and more than 85 students get placed and in cs branch has better records. If you are looking for more details for this college you can always get it here ; https://www.careers360.com/university/dayananda-sagar-university-bangalore
I got 21737 rank in comedk.In which college can I get cs/Is branch.
With the above rank scored by you, it will be some difficult for you to get the top-notch colleges as the cutoff for those colleges is high and your rank is likely to be less. So, you may not get any top branches like cs or it in top colleges. The cutoff is different for different year as it depends on the number of candidates appearing for examination, number of seats available, difficulty level of the papar and so on.
However, looking at the previous year cutoff trends, you can get some low-tier colleges like cmr institute of technology , Venkateshwara college of engineering and some other parallel colleges.
You can check the below college predictor tool to get more information about your admission probability in other colleges based on your rank and other relevant details :
I hope that this will help.
which college is best dy patil pimpri for e&TC or NBN sinhagad for cs?
Dear applicant considering the ongoing scenario between the two branches- Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering and Computer Science Engineering, I would suggest you to choose CSE. Next coming to colleges, DY Patil Institute is overall good but placements are more confined to core branches like CSE, Civil etc. For E&TC it is not that satisfactory, but NBN Sinhgad is an institution to explore your career goals. The Faculties are extremely qualified, the college placement cell ensure the best placements every year, with package of minimum 3-6 LPA. The classrooms are modified, wide,sanitized. Overall the Campus life would be memorable,
I am commerce graduate and now appearing for CS Professional exams. I am left with 2 groups but now I realize my interest is in finance. Further I am failing after multiple attempts.Can I go for MBA and how should I prepare for the same?
It is completely ok even if you are not you are not able to clear your CA and want to go for MBA.
Yes you can definitely go for MBA.
This is because,
To be eligible for MBA all you need is a graduation degree and you have already completed your graduation in commerce and thus you are eligible for MBA .
For your reference
CAT eligibility criteria is given below:
To be eligible for CAT ,
you need a Bachelor's/graduation degree in any discipline from a recognised university.
you must have got at least 50 per cent marks or equivalent CGPA in your graduation . SC/ST/PH students need only at least 45 percentage in Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline to be eligible .
Candidates who are in the final year of their graduation are also eligible for CAT examination.
There is no age restriction to be eligible
It is not mandatory to have work experience to be eligible
For detailed information go through
List of the top entrance examination for MBA is provided below:-
>>>>>>>> National level entrance
NMAT by GMAC
>>>>>>>> State level
MAH MBA CET
>>>>>>>> UNIVERSITY level entrance exams
NIPER JEE MBA
For detailed information about them you can visit our page for which link is provided below
Out of all these
CAT i. e Common Admission Test is the best option, it is a national level entrance examination for admission in MBA/PGDM in B- Schools, including reputed IIMs and several other prestigious B- Schools. It is conducted by IIMs themselves every year in rotation in online mode/computer based examination in English medium and it is accepted by 1100+ B-Schools.
>>>>>>>>> How to prepare for CAT
Follow the below tips:-
********* First of all go through its syllabus and examination pattern so that you can prepare accordingly.
Exam pattern:- https://bschool.careers360.com/articles/cat-exam-pattern
Your CAT examination has 3 sections :-
----------) VERBAL ABILITY AND READING COMPREHENSION ( VARC) :- Reading is the key to score good marks in VARC, you need to go through newspapers, articles, journals, etc so that you can improve your reading skills. While reading note down the new words and write their meanings to improve your vocabulary. You need to practice questions based on comprehension, para jumbles and inference.
>>>> Best books for VARC
Word Power made easy by Norman Lewis ( to improve your vocabulary)
How to Prepare for Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension for the CAT by Arun Sharma and Meenakshi Upadhyay
Mastering the Verbal Ability for CAT by Ajay Singh
----------)DATA INTERPRETATION AND LOGICAL REASONING (DILR) :- You need to practice topics like blood relations ,seating arrangements, syllogisms,Propositions, etc to have a good hold on this section. Unlike maths, there's no formula in DILR so practice is the key, the more you practice, the better you get.
>>>> Best books for DILR :-
How to Prepare for Data Interpretation for CAT by Arun Sharma
Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation for CAT by K. Sinha Nishit
----------)QUANTITATIVE ABILITY (QA) :- First clear your basics of maths, you need to go through topics like profit and loss, geometry, Arithmetic, number system, Time-Speed and Distance etc . Avoid the use of calculator so that you can do improve your calculation speed. For each topic, you can write down important fomulas and short tricks on a sheet of paper so that it's easy for you during revision.
>>>> Best best books you can follow for QA:-
How to prepare for Quantitative Aptitude for the CAT by Arun Sharma
Quantitative Aptitude for the CAT by Nishit K. Sinha
Quantitative Aptitude Quantum by Sarvesh K Verma
********* Make a time table, give more time to the subject you are weak at , for example if you are weak at Quantitive ability then give it more time.
********* 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
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i got 58 perecnetile on mht cet 2021 which clg meet cs/it
As per your percentile let me tell you that it's quite difficult for you to get colleges through mhtcet counselling because the cut offs are higher. However various factors are considered while deciding the cut offs like number of candidates appearing in the examination, number of vacant seats in college, previous years cut offs and difficulty level of the paper.
You can look upto colleges like vit pune, mit food technology , dy Patil College of engineering and other parallel ones.
The college predictor will help you to find out the best colleges as per your choices accordingly.
For more information you can check out the link given below-
which one should i choose mit alandi cs OR vit mumbai(vidyalankar) cs
Dear candidate its great that you have profound interest towards computer science engineering course as your career option. When you consider MIT Alandi this college is extremely study centric, only students with good academics receive placements. Whereas VIT Mumbai is indeed a good choice, sophisticated infrastructure, top notch faculties, all the necessary facilities like wifi, labs, auditorium etc. The placements also offered by several IT companies with package of 4-5 LPA.
Which is better Pillai panvel or SIES Nerul for CS Branch??
If you were to take my opinion I would recommend to take up sies Nerul cse branch as in this college the outreach and opportunities in terms of placements are better .
But in the both the colleges majorly mass recruiting companies visit the campus for placement. Companies like tcs , wipro , infosys, Accenture, cognizant and other companies comes for it but the average package is more in this college.
dbit mumbai cs/it vs vit pune mechanical
As per your question , I would recommend you to take dbit Mumbai cs/it because I have this opinion that in case of private college taking a core branch is not a wise option because the placements in 90% of the private colleges is not up to the mark.
In case of dbit Mumbai cs/it you will be having numerous opportunities and would have the benefit of receiving higher packages than the core branch. In core you would receive majorly packages ranging from 4-5 L per annum.
Should I take computer science since the industry is booming or should I take civil engineering ? **I live in Assam btw , I heard that ce has more scope here than cs but I am not sure if the information is accurate
CSE is better than civil Engineering and this field has a huge growth in public and private sector.. Civil engineering will be easy for you if you dont prefer Maths. CE also has wode variety of opportunity in Assam. But yes scopes in job perspective is higher in CSE and is flourishing in Assam with better progress. Around 5% of the students got placed before the pandemic hit. Around 5 lakh was the highest salary package and the lowest package was 3 LPA, and the average salaryvoffered was 4 LPA in the previous years.
Hope the information is helpful