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  • There is an age limit criteria for NDA exams i.e, between 16.5 years to 19 years.
    By the time one finishes her/his graduation, the above age limit is crossed, hence students apply for NDA after 12th.

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  • User Asked on March 2, 2015 in After 12th.

    Yes. Provided you have 50% marks in 12th with Mathematics as one of the subjects.
    Also you need to clear the NATA test for architecture http://www.nata.in/ which is required in majority of the top institutes for admission.

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  • User Asked on March 1, 2015 in Engineering & Technical.

    The basic qualification for getting a job in networking is to have a Diploma or a Graduation Degree in – Electronics, Computer Science, Electrical or Telecommunication.

    You may do a computer hardware course after your diploma to increase your knowledge and chances of getting good jobs.

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  • You can either take BE civil or architecture, and if you take Civil, you can take architecture in Masters level as specialisation.

    Also, for architecure, you need to have good sketching skills and one has to clear the NATA exams to be eligible to almost every architectural college.

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  • User Asked on March 1, 2015 in Engineering & Technical.

    If you have a Degree Certificate of a college/university which is recognised by AICTE/UGC., you need to show that.

    If the same is not mentioned on the certificate, but your university/college is recognised by AICTE/UGC, then you need to approach your college and request them to give a letter to that effect.

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  • Commerce has some really great professional courses after graduation like – Chartered Accountancy, Cost Accountancy, Chief Financial Analyst (CFA), MBA in Finance and many more.

    You need to instill confidence in your parents that you can ace the subjects in commerce that will lead you to these popular professional degrees, of whichever is your choice.

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  • User Asked on February 11, 2015 in No Category.

    If you take Science, remember, if you are an avg student in subjects related to it, you need to study very hard, as the higher you go it becomes more tougher.

    Commerce is a good option, but without hard work in understanding the basics of accounting, many students struggle, even though the general perception is that Commerce is easier.

    As to job opportunity in Biology, there is nothing as no job opportunity.

    In bio there are various career opportunity in the following fields – forensic science, agriculture, biotech, geology, zoology, food technology, microbiology etc.,

    There are always opportunity for the best in any stream, whether you take commerce or biology.

    If you are taking bio then you need to take science in +1, which will have chemistry and physics too.

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  • User Asked on February 11, 2015 in No Category.

    If you can connect to what you have chosen for M.Sc. and your grades are good, then taking MSc could be a good option.
    You need to commit your time and dedication to get the best out of it.

    Try and do some internships or work experience in the field connected to your chosen career and by the time you get the degree in your hand you will have a decent profile of yourself in this field.

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  • User Asked on February 11, 2015 in Science & Medicine.

    After 10th, you need to take Science stream with either PCB (physics, chemistry, biology) or PCMB (physics, chemistry, maths and biology). Biology is important for studies related to medicine.

    If you are really comfortable with Science subjects and are sure of getting excellent marks in Science and Maths, then getting admission in a good college with Science stream wont be difficult. Good college education is very important for grooming you towards a good career ahead.

    Maths is an alternative choice, but if you are really good at it, and in future (say, after 12th) in case you decide on a career that would need maths (say, engineering), taking up maths is a good option in 11th. However, not necessary if you are focussed on medicine/biology career.

    Parents are worried for their children which is natural. Hence, most important thing is to gain their confidence that whatever you have decided you have the skills and confidence to do it.

    So, you need to put your best efforts in the subjects you have chosen and slowly their confidence will grow.

    Once you are ready to get in to the field of your interest, you may request your teacher or guide who could speak to your parents and make them more comfortable and acceptable towards your career goals.

    But, this is something to be done at a later stage.

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  • User Asked on February 11, 2015 in After 12th.

    You have quite a few optons like if you feel research is what you want to do after your studies then – Msc or Engineering in fields like biochemistry, biotechnology, biomedical, agriculutre, microbiology, environment science etc.,

    Other options like physiotheraphy and related studies, nursing, audiology, lab technology, a degree in nutrition and dietics could also be a great choice.

    Pharmacy could be another fine option, along with dental science, veterinary science, dairy science to name a few other alternatives.

    Quite a few options out there, and if you are still confused with so many, what you can do is first jot down a few that interests you and then check out what kind of courses is involved in each of these fields, then see what kind of job (the day-to-day work) that would be involved in these.

    This will give you a good idea of what exactly they are and then you can shortlist the ones that best matches your interests and skill levels.

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