No,if you want to pursue BBA+MBA course from Narsee Monjee Institute Of Management Studies,you need to pass your 10+2 with 60% aggregate marks and should have Mathematics/Statistics as compulsory subjects from any recognized board,then only you can apply for the college.
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If your board allows you to take up Biology as a subject after studying Mathematics in your 10th, you can surely study Biology in your 11th and 12th. Most students who aspire to become doctors study Biology even after B.Tech or B.Sc. And what you studied is Basic Mathematics and so understanding Biology will not be that difficult. Biology is a theory subject and if you can read and understand the topics, it will be easy for you relatively more than Mathematics. And the scope for Biology is wide because of the various options that you have at various stages. So do not worry about taking up Biology at your 11th and 12th even if you studied Maths in your 10th.
Banaras Hindu University conducts an entrance test for admission to various undergraduate courses(including B.Sc(H) Maths for which you are interested) in the university which is known as Undergraduate Entrance Test(UET). BHU will conduct the UET 2020 from the second week of May. Also, the test would be computer based test and filling up of application form for the same would start from the second week of February 2020 and will end in the third week of March. So, if you want to get admission to B.Sc Maths course, then keep yourself updated with the date of release of application forms and prepare well for the UET. Another important date to take care of is the date of release of admit card which is in the first week of May. The eligibility criteria for the B.Sc Hons. Maths course in BHU is:-
Minimum aggregate of 50% of subjects Physics, Mathematics, and any one of the following subjects: Chemistry, Statistics, Geology, Computer Science, Information Technology and Geography in 10+2 standard from a recognized board.
If you want to know more about the Undergraduate Entrance Test for admission to BHU, refer the link
Yes, you can surely take B.Tech Biotechnology after your 12th.
After doing B.Tech from biotechnology the career jobs which you can do are :-
And the salary as a fresher you will get after completing the course will vary from 28000-100000.Depends upon your company and post.
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To become a software engineer you need to have computational skills, analytical skills, problem solving and must have sound knowledge in mathematics.So you need have mathematics as compulsory subject in 10+2.And yes you can give mathematics exam through nios.They will conduct on demand exam where a candidate can take examination of any one subject.You can go through the link for more detailed information and apply for it
I would suggest you to go directly for CA rather than waiting for your result and then do 3 years bachelor's degree.Because if you do CA with side
,you can complete it within 5 years but if you do graduation from Delhi University you have to do 3 years graduation and then 3 years for article ship and then 2 stages more.So it will cost you almost 6-7 years.
So i would suggest you to do CA with side
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First and foremost you should be really sure about pursuing CA after 12th. You should know the time you have to sacrifice and the level of accountancy and understanding involved. After that you should think about anything else.
Now when you're sure about pursuing CA, keeping IP MAT or DU JAT as back up will not be useful. WHY? Because when you'll study through IPMAT you will pursue BBA+MBA through IIM Indore, then if you'll study through DU JAT you will pursue BMS, BBE or BBA(FIA). All these courses require immense time and understanding of concepts which sometimes make it difficult for the students to cope with their CA.
Rather than these deadly options, students pursuing CA take admission in B.Com or B.com (Hons) course generally in a DU college. This helps students to cope and also provides them some knowledge about their CA.
Now why preferably DU? Because of flexible timings and no BIG attendance issue which really compliments the students studying period and favours them.
BUT if you're not sure about pursuing CA or want to try it on a like more of a trial basis PLEASE keep IPMAT and DUJAT as your back up exams as these are one of the best in the field of commerce.
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As you are in your bsc part 1 mathematics and have passed 12th in 2016,I am assuming that you took two drop years.So,I would suggest you to be highly motivated first of all and develop your interest areas.Focus on developing skills in your college years along with academics.Gain knowledge of subjects other than mathematics too like python or may be data sciences.Currently ,in the first year you would be having quite easy topics like algebra,calculus,etc but do not take your course to be an easy one because now on you will have analysis and group theory type of papers which will be really understanding based.Therefore,I would highly suggest that develop the habit of learning things logically and not memory-wise.This is important also because this will be counted as a skill on your resume when you will be applying for jobs as well.
have faith in yourself and be consistent towards your work.
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