Can i pursue a course in automobile field after completing +2 commerce?

If so, can you suggest  some courses?

Sanaf Seth User Asked on March 4, 2015 in After 12th.
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Hi Sanaf,

If you are looking for something very technical like automobile engineering etc., then that needs one to complete 12th with Science (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics subjects) to be eligible for admission in engineering colleges.

You can however try for Automobile designing course – offered by automobile designing institutes like DYP-DC. Here is a link to their website to know more on them – http://www.dypdc.com/eligiblity.php

You can alternatively, do your B.Arch (Bachelors in Architecture), 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.

Most importantly you should possess the basic skills like sketching and drawing before you go for higher studies in designing.

You may also check up with NID – for product design programme and later do Automobile design course in your higher studies. But, you need to first enquire with the institute – Their website link is – http://www.nid.edu/institute/campuses

Alternatively, you may do other courses and get to work in automobile industry in future – for eg., you can do your commerce and accountancy and apply for a job in the accounts department, or you may do higher studies in management (MBA) and apply for different positions in automobile firms in management cadre like – HR, Finance, Marketing etc.,

Poorni User Answered on March 4, 2015.
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Transportation Design is one course that could be done after 12th –

1) MAEER’s MIT Institute of Design, Pune  – http://www.mitid.edu.in/admissions-graduate-diploma-programme.html

2) DSK International School of Design, Pune – http://www.dsksic.com/industrial_design/transport_design

Jay C User Answered on March 4, 2015.
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