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completing secondary school, the students aspiring for Certificate in Auto CAD need to fulfill the below-mentioned eligibility criterion:
On completion of the first year of diploma, students from the Civil or Mechanical branch can apply directly to the institutes.
Getting a minimum of 55% marks in Class 10th Examinations in the core subjects- Science, Maths, and English.
Clear the varied Entrance tests held by different institutions for studying Certificate in Auto CAD course.
Unlike other course types, a Certificate in Auto CAD is recognized as job oriented course which guarantees a job in the growing design industry post the successful completion of the course. Students hailing from branches such as- civil engineering, architecture and designing field can simply finish this short course and get stand a greater chance of earning a high salary package.
On the completion of a Certificate in Auto CAD and not wishing to step into the industry, students who can pursue Advanced Auto CAD Course which is another 3 months Certificate Programme. Or else students may also apply for Diploma in Auto CAD, which is an Undergraduate Diploma Programme that can be completed in just 2 months. Further on this program, one may go ahead with Master Diploma in Architectural CAD which is a Postgraduate Diploma Programme and takes another 2 months to finish and earn a degree in.
Hii aspirant ,
Coming to your question I would like to tell you that there is the 40 marks is necessary for the passing out of 100 , out of which 60 is of theory and 20, 20 each marks is for the class test and for the teacher assessment which includes the attendance and the assignments ,
Hope this helps you ,
Coming to your question I would like to tell you that to pass you have to score atleast 40 marks out off the total that is the 100 marks out of which the 60 marks is from the theory and the remaining that is 40 marks are divided into the 20-20 marks each for the teacher assessment and the class test ,
Coming to your question I would like to tell you that to pass you need a score of around 40 marks from the total that is the 100 , out of which 60 marks is of the theory paper , and 40 marks that is the 20-20 each marks is for the class test and for the teachers assessment ,
Hope this helps you,
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This College is accredited by NAAC (National Assessment and Accreditation Council) B validity is 02 Mar 2020 and the score is 2.35 .
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Validity : 02 Mar 2020
; CGPA : 2.35
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