Can I change my branch from entc to it/cs after getting addmission in engg. college?
This depends on which college you are in. Generally, every college has this option of branch changing after the first year. For that, you need to score a required marks to be eligible for the branch change. Once you get that minimum required marks in your first year, you are good to go. Contact with your college authorities to know about the minimum required marks for the branch change.
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I submitted EWS certificate for jee mains application 2021 but I identified correction in EWS certificate can I change it?
See first of all if your category certificate of EWS is of similar format available on the official website of JOSAA ( https://josaa.nic.in/webinfo/File/GetFile?FileId=10&LangId=P ) then there is no need to edit that but if it does not matches from it then you have to re-upload the correct format and this can be done during JEE-Main 2021 Application correction window which will be active from January 19th to January 21st for February '21 attempt.
For complete details about JEE-Main 2021 Application form correction kindly check out the link given below :-
Note that the photographs or images which you will be uploading for JEE-Main 2021 should be as same as the criteria set by NTA which are enlisted below as per the official information brochure released by NTA :-
> The recent photograph should be either in colour or black/white with 80% face (without mask) visible including ears against a white background.
> File size for candidate’s photograph should be in the range of 10 kb - 200 kb. File size for candidate’s signature should be in the range of 4kb - 30kb.
> File size for duly verified result awaited attestation form should be in the range of 50kb - 500kb.
> File size for category certificate (SC/ST/OBC/EWS etc.) should be in the range of 50kb to 300KB.
> File size for PwD certificate should be in the range of 50kb - 300kb in jpg/jpeg format.
Some insights of JEE-Main 2021 :-
> To qualify for JEE Mains, there is no minimum aggregate percentage criteria but yes if you want to take admission into NITs, IIITs or CFTIs then you should score a minimum aggregate of 75% in your class 12th if you belongs to General/Unreserved category and 65% if you belongs to any of the reserved category.
> Also from this year according to New Education Policy the JEE-Main examination will be conducted in English, Hindi and other regional languages such as Bengali, Gujarati, Assamese, Kannada, Marathi, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu, Odia and Malayalam.
> In JEE-Main 2021 there will be total 90 question out of which you have to attempt only 75 (25 from each section) and there will be two sections for each subject, Section-A will be of Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs)(20 compulsory questions) and Section-B will contain Questions whose answers are to be filled in as a numerical value (10 numerical based questions out of which only 5 are compulsory to be attempted).
> In Section B, candidates have to attempt any five questions out of 10. There will be no negative marking for Section B.
> All question will be of 4 marks and in MCQs there will be negative marking of (-1) on incorrect attempt.
This year JEE-Main is being conducted with slight changes in it's pattern and it's conduction and you can check out all the changes from the link given below :-
I hope this information helps you.
but some of my friend told me it is not paid .I.e for externs no stipend is given .so I want conformation
Hello student I request you to please help me with the college you're concerned about so that I can check and provide you with the exact about stipend allowed to students as it vary upon college to college and its difficult to provide exact information without college/university Name.
Feel free to comment if you've any doubt
what is Gates exam ho we crack it
Gate stands for graduate aptitude test in engineering. And it is conducted to shortlist candidates in various pg engineering programs. GATE scores are also taken into consideration during PSU recruitments. GATE is conducted jointly by the seven IITs (Bombay, Delhi, Guwahati, Kharagpur, Madras, Roorkee and Kanpur) and Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bangalore. The purpose of the GATE examis to test students knowledge and understanding of their under Graduate level subjects in Engineering and Science.
To know more details about GATE please click the link below.
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Sir, I dont want to give jee main 2021 exam in february session but I want to give exam in march session. So, I want to apply for march session later on not now, so is it necessary to apply or atleast register for march session now only , can I not apply later on for march session?
You don't need to worry at all even if you want to apply for March session.
This is because,
One will have opportunity to apply again for the remaining March/ April / May Sessions as application window will be re-opened for these sessions
the application Window will be reopened just after the declaration of February session results and that time one can apply for March session and the rest of the sessions as well, similarly application window will get reopened after march session results and that time one can apply for April session and May session also . Finally application window will get opened for the last time after April session results and that time one can apply for May session.
So, you don't need to worry you can apply for March session when application Window will be reopened after declaration of February result
Now , limited time is left for your jee mains 2021 examination, so focus on preparation, go through the chapters , practise questions and then revise them, go through mock test papers once you are done with complete syllabus.
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Sir, I dont want to give jee main 2021 exam in febraury session but I want to give exam in march session so, I want to apply for march session later on not now.Is it possible to apply for march session later on or is it necessary to apply or register now only for march session?
Yes, you can apply for the march session later. The authority have announced that before each session of the exam the application portal will reopen and the eligible candidates can apply for the exam. Also, if you want you can apply for all the remaining sessions together once.
You can check the link below to know about the application process
Also, check the links for the important dates of JEE Main 2021
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In my JEE MAINS 2021 application form it is written that there is image descripency.I have not received any email or message and when I checked my form today then it is saying that correction in images is closed. I was unable to correct. They are not picking helpline no. What will happen
Don't worry about this issue, you can correct your image during the correction window. NTA has released the JEE Main correction date. The application form correction of JEE Main 2021 facility will start from January 19 to 21, 2021. The direct JEE Main form correction link will be available at jeemain.nta.nic.in.
JEE Main Photo Correction 2021- Steps-wise process
Step 1- Visit the JEE Main official website
Step 2- Select the link referring to Remove Image Discrepancy.
Step 3- Enter the application form number and password to login
Step 4- Upload the corrected photo as per the NTA guidelines and click on submit.
Remember, JEE Main 2021 application form correction facility will be available only once, and you have to make corrections within the provided time.
Points to remember while uploading your new image in the form:
1. Ensure eyes are properly visible and theres no reflection in the spectacles.
2. Avoid uploading a photograph clicked by mobile phone; it must be clicked by a professional camera with white / light background.
3. Facial area must be visible at least 80% in the image and avoid wearing any muffler or scarf that may cover your face. The photograph should be clicked without wearing a mask.
4. Do not wear goggles in the photograph. Students with eyesight problems are allowed to wear spectacles and are advised to look straight into the camera for a better photograph.
Hope this information helps you.
Re - Percentage Scored in Qualifying Exam. I graduated from a medical college. Theres no CGPA and for NEET PG we usually enter percentages for all years separately. For SSC-CGL, does it refer only to final year or the average of 4 years?
The eligibility criteria for SSC CGL 2020 for Junior Statistical Officer post is that a candidate must have passed Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline from a recognized University with minimum 60% Marks in Mathematics in 10+2 level or must have passed Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline with Statistics as one of the subjects. For Assistant Audit Officer/ Assistant Accounts Officer and all other post a candidate must have passed bachelor's degree from a recognized board.
So there is no minimum percentage required in qualifying exam to be eligible to appear for SSC CGL but in the application form you have to enter the education details, you have to enter the aggregate percentage that you have scored in all semesters/years in the qualifying exam.
can I do internship from igims patna if I do mbbs from Rmc kanpur(private) .it is paid internship or not
Yes, it is possible to do an internship from IGIMS, Patna from RMC Kanpur. But its better if you ask the higher Authority regarding this Internship proposal.
This internship will be a paid one, a sum of 15000 rupees is paid as stipend. Please ask for joining in which every details was mentioned before joining.
Which is best VESIT and PCCOE for CS/IT
Hello dear student
Vivekanand Education Society's Institute of Technology also known as VESIT or V.E.S. Institute of Technology, established in 1984, is an engineering college affiliated with the University of Mumbai.
The rating of review of careers360 website - 3.8
The rating in careers360 website in Engineering - AAA
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Pimpri Chinchwad College of Engineering (PCCoE), Pune was established in the year 1990 by Late Shri S.B. Patil. PCCoE, Pune is approved by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE).
The rating In Engineering in career360 website -
THE rating of students - 3.7
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Both Colleges are overall good but the fee of course may be little bit more in PCCOE compare than VESIT. so you can join any of two Colleges the Colleges similar.for more information please visit the link you can understand easily.
If still have any queries than please post your queries.
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