Hello Srivathsava, Greetings!
Let me help you.
Yes, you can get refund. CSAB has announced the schedule of refund. If you did not get any seat in CSAB counseling or you cancelled your allotted seat, then you will have to apply for refund after CSAB counseling is over through their official website -
You will be refunded Rs. 35,000 as Rs.1500 is charged as processing fee.
The refund process will take some time.
Hope this helps.
Knowledge-wise both fields have pros and cons since the curriculum followed in our institutions are not updated for BSc/BTech levels. So knowledge-wise comparison is not good here, so I will compare them based on the outcomes of the courses.
BSc Ag. vs BTech Biotech
To sum up, if one wants to do research to discover something new then biotech is better but for that BTech/MTech won’t suffice, PhD is the way. For employability, Ag is better. BSc, MSc and PhD in Ag can provide jobs in both public and private sectors.
The placements are good,but not up to the mark. Just you can satisfy with the placements. 70 percent of the students got placed. The highest salary offerd was 10 LPA. The lowest salary offered was 4.6 LPA. The companies like Smartprix, Information Logitech visited the campus. The role offered to the students is software developer. The internship is 100 percent.
Yes why not?
If you have got CSE in IIIT Kalyani in the CSAB special round 2.Then i think that CSAB 2019 consists of only 2 special rounds.
If you have been alloted a seat in the 2nd special round then now what are you wishing for.
There is no further round in CSAB 2019.The seat that you have got is full.
There are 2 options left either take it or leave it.
Now you have no chance to look for IIIR Gwalior,kota....etc
Shikhar Singh Chauhan
Congratulations for cracking the JEE main examination.
You mentioned that in CSAB special first round you got IIIT, Kalyani. Now you are waiting for the second round.
According to me, you can get other new International institute of information technologies.
Best of luck.
Hope for best.
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