I got only 55 marks in BSC math from BHU UG entrance 2020.can I eligible for BSC geology ?
which option is better ceramic engineering in IIT BHU or MSc in applied geology in IIT Kharagpur?
Both are some of the best Institutes in India. Firstly it depends on your choices. Do you want to pursue geology? Because it's really different from engineering which you would've initially goaled for. In terms of colleges, IIT Kharagpur is preferred over IIT BHU but both are great colleges, make a choice depending on what field you want to pursue.
which is better IIT Kharagpur MSc in applied geology or IIT Patna civil engineering
which is better IIT Roorkee geological technology or IIT Kharagpur MSc in applied geology
see geological technology course syllabus is more technical oriented and it has wide coverage of technical domain applied in geological science. however coming to the institute placement and opportunity IIT kharapur comes ahead since it rank is under top five iits of India. also placement, research and lab structures is far better in IIT kharagpur. so in that point of view I would prefer to put iit kharagpur msc geology course ahead.
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50 marks in geology (general) is there any chance in cukerala and cupunjab??
The entering and closing ranks differ every year based on so many factors such as number of candidates appeared and qualified for the exam, category of candidates, course and college opted ,difficulty of exam and so on. Based on previous year data you have a chance in getting admission in CUKERALA with this mark in General category. But we can't assure it since it depends on number of seats and qualified candidates appearing during counseling session . The admission to CUPUNJAB is little tough. Last year the closing rank of CUPUNJAB had a mark around 53-55. So we can't assure it. To know more about previous year entering and closing ranks please refer the following article
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I am a 12th passed student. Nd I have my stream in college as Bsc Geology. what should be the next step I order to be an IAS officer.
First of all it's good to look somebody so clear about it's future . To be an IAS officer you need to complete your bachelor degree and later that start your preparation for IAS like which subjects you are going to consider for the exam. Preparation is the only key for IAS. After Bachelor degree you are eligible for IAS exam just be update about the forms and the rules . Nothing special you need . The link will help you to know about UPSC. https://competition.careers360.com/exams/upsc-civil-services-exam
I am 12th passed out in 2020 I need to study geology, geography or astrophysics .which all entrances exam could be written by me to achieve my goal. I am a science student
All 3 are great choices. As far geology or geography is concerned for BSc courses you will be mostly admitted based on your 12th marks in English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Mathematics. It is for masters that you may have entrances and if you are planning to go abroad for bachelors then you will have to check the official website of the university you choose for information but you will sure need good score in TOEFL and IELTS.
Colleges for Bachelors in Geography
Presidency University, Kolkata
Lovely Professional University (LPU)
Kirori Mal College, Delhi
Jadavpur University, Kolkata
Dyal Singh College
Aligarh Muslim University
Central University of Karnataka
Nalanda Open University
Asutosh College, Kolkata
Shaheed Bhagat Singh College, Delhi
Integraded BSc + MSc in Geography
Good colleges for Geology
St. Xavier's college
Banaras Hindu University (BHU)
Aligarh Muslim University (AMU)
Coming to astrophysics, you won't be specializing at ug level so it is best that you take B.Sc in Maths or Physics from a highly reputed institution of your choice or an engineering degree in electrical,electronics or any branch and later go for masters in astrophysics specialization for which you will have entrances. Indian Institute of Astrophysics is there as an option for masters and other options are Punjabi University, Patiala, Osmania University, Aligarh Muslim University (AMU)Indian Institute of Science, Madurai Kamaraj University, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Pandit Ravi Shankar Shukla University, Roorkee etc.
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Which is good subject combination for geology hons?
It depends upon the university course curriculum which subjects they can offer with geology. Most preferable is mathematics and physics. Although, if it's a honours degree in geology, we will have study geology only along with one subsidiary subjects like mathematics, physics , chemistry, computer applications and some times technical English too. While some of the university like BHU offers combination based on your ranks which includes mathematics, physics, chemistry, statistics, zoology and geography.
what is the cut off in bhu msc applied geology
As there were many candidates applied for Msc Applied Geology, the cut-off for general category will be more than 280 marks, for OBC category it will be 220 marks and for SC/ST it will be 100 marks. Keep visiting official website of banaras hindu university for regular counselling updates.
Is there any collages with Bsc and Msc geology in Thrissur,Kerala?
christ college in irinjanakuda and sahrdaya college of advanced studies are two colleges in thrissur where you can get geology course .there might be other colleges too, but i just know two of them and try to find others also . checkout these colleges for course and fee info. there are many other private colleges too in thrissur .try searching them online also