Eligibility Criteria increased to 50% for Engineering and Pharmacy Courses

Eligibility Criteria increased to 50% for Engineering and Pharmacy Courses

Eligibility Criteria increased to 50% for Engineering and Pharmacy Courses

All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE) has increased the minimum qualification marks needed to get admission in Engineering and Pharmacy colleges to 50 per cent. So if you are in Class XII you may have to score 50% to apply for engineering and pharmacy courses.

It is expected that this increase in eligibility criteria will have a big impact. All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE) has increased the minimum qualification marks needed to get admission in Engineering and Pharmacy colleges to 50 per cent..

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So if you are in Class XII you may have to score 50% to apply for engineering and pharmacy courses.

It is expected that this increase in eligibility criteria will have a big impact of science students of Gujarat who are scoring just above the minimum pass percentage ie 35%. Even if the students score well in Guject, Gujarat Common Entrance Test, they have to score 50% in Physics and Maths along with Biology and Chemistry.

This rule in the eligibility criteria will greatly impact Gujarat Engineering and Pharmacy colleges. There are a total of 39,000 seats in the state and out the 39,000, 20,000 seats were filled by students who got less than 50% and students who got above 50% filled only 19,000 seats. What will happen to the 20,000 seats this year?

This situation is worse for Pharmacy colleges. 2500 seats out of 7500 seats remain unoccupied inspite of the 35% eligibility criteria. How many seats will remain vacant for the new 50% eligibility criteria?

This new rule has been welcomed by experts who think that this will make the students work harder which in turn will improve professional education’s standards. M N Patel, secretary of the Admission Committee for Professional Courses (ACPC) says that this will improve the quality of engineering who graduate out of colleges.  IB Pirzada, director of Technical Education adds that this move is good and it will lead professional colleges to a higher level of education standards

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0 # Aarav 2017-09-15
Hii, What are the career opportunities of Bachelor of Education course after my degree, also suggest some b.ed colleges in Bhiwani?
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0 # Mukesh 2017-09-16
The B. Ed course is an excellent choice for making career in teaching profession, it is very respective profession for candidates, find some good colleges for it-Government College of Education Hansi Road Bhiwani ; HN College of Education ; Government College of Education - Bhiwani ; Baba Siddhnath College Of Education
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0 # Jayesh 2017-08-27
Hello. I am from Eluru, plz tell me What are the points to consider for selecting a B. Ed college?
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0 # Jagan 2017-08-28
You should consider the fee structure and if you consider doing this course from other place except Eluru, you should consider hostel facilities, you shouldalso consider whether the subject in which you wish to continue this course is available in the college.
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0 # Vaibhav Older than three months
Hii, I am from Chingleput, I want to do M.Ed, but I have not B.Ed, is it possible?
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0 # Jagan Older than three months
No NCTE approved M.Ed colleges/universities in Chingleput or any other place admit the students only after B.Ed
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0 # Aayush Older than three months
Hii, I am from Nabarangpur, I want to do M.Ed, but I have not B.Ed, is it possible?
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0 # Jagan Older than three months
No NCTE approved M.Ed colleges/universities in Nabarangpur or any other place admit the students only after B.Ed
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0 # Older than three months
I have pcm 195 marks and gujcet 125 shall i apply for eng addmission
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0 # Older than three months
i wish to take admission in b.tech mechanical degree for my son who have approximately 50% marks in 12th exam
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0 # Older than three months
hello , i passed out 12th science .... now i plannin for engineering .
my PCM total marks are 134& JEE score 38
will i apply addmissonforms in eng.????
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+2 # Older than three months
hello , i passed out 12th science .... now i plannin for engineering .
my PCM total marks are 124,
and GCET 42.50....
will i get admission and in which field i should opt for ...?
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0 # Older than three months
hey,i have got marks in pcm is 190 & my guj-cet total is 26....?
will i apply addmissonforms in eng.????
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