Q1) Can I study in B.Tech in West Bengal after doing Polytechnic from outside State University ?
ANS : Yes. You need to submit Mark sheets, Provisional Certificates, Migration Certificate and Transfer Certificate before the last date as announced by MAKAUT. This is subject to any changes made in the Rules and Regulations by the University or State Government time to time.
ANS : Yes provided you have given JEE ( 4 yrs) or JELET for B.Tech (3 yrs Lateral). For Polytechnic 3 yrs Course you have to give JEXPO and for 2 yrs Lateral VOCLET Entrance Exams. However after Counselling is over and there are vacant seats the affiliated Colleges may take your admission directly under Management Quota provided vacant seats are available and subject to Notification of the MAKAUT or State Government time to time in this regard as the case may be..
ANS : Yes provided you are studying in Bengal and your criteria is fulfilled. The scholarships are available at State Level and National Level also as per the criteria . For outside Universities you may avail National Scholarship in case the State Govt notifies that such scholarship facilities are not made available for Outside State University Students.
ANS : As of now NO.
ANS : It is a Regular Learning as per the UGC Directives, Notification,Rules and Regulations as per the decision of UGC on Territorial Jurisdiction for doing regular learning courses. Since you are studying in the University end with regular classes whether part attendance or full attendance is equally applicable for reqular study and its certification.Further AICTE had also approved such mode of exams as a regular learning provided the syllabus is approved by AICTE
ANS: Both are same in terms of legal validity of the certificate provided the same is attended on a regular class bais and the requisite quality of education and infrastructure of the study is maintained
ANS : Universities do not come under approval of AICTE for running technical courses as per the Supreme Court decision in Bharthidarsan University Vs AICTE. However the Course must be approved by AICTE.
ANS : Diploma with Lateral B.Tech because this combination of the academia has more of practical and workshops exposure and Industry approves this as a preferred choice for recruiting engineers.
ANS : All trade has employability opportunities if the quality of the students education is very good and they have done enough training in practicals and workshops. But currently the IT industry is passing through recessionary influences and hiring is slowing down.
ANS: You should immediately take up additional courses in Hadoop Technology, IOT, Paithon , Cloud Computing etc so that you upgrade your professional expertise.
ANS: Certainly Yes because we are connected to over 400 Companies and 75 Placement Consultants for placement services and the Client List is growing daily. We give our proefessional expertise and develop students to be Industry Ready apart from preparing them in achieving excellent academic results. Apart from focus on academics the students are trained in Multi Skill, Multi Dimensional Industry oriented attitude and functional responsibility apart from grooming and development of Communication Skills ERP,etc.
ANS: You have to study in Campus and undertake requisite mandatory practicals and workshops. AICTE does not approve engineering study without any classes.
ANS: No. You have to study in Campus and undertake requisite mandatory practicals and workshops.AICTE does not approve engineering study without any classes.
ANS:Apart from Polytechnic or B.Tech courses you can also do B.Pharmacy or B.Sc in Agriculture which are now mostly in demand by the Industry and for appearing in Govt Exams.
ANS: You should step in any job even though the salary or other terms are not of your choice. Once you get a 3 year experience you have a very good chance of a better career. For hunting your job you can take the help of Recruitment Consultants and be ready to relocate.You may mail your resume to us also for giving our professional services in your placements.Q16) Does Brand University or Institute counts for placements?
ANS: Not so nowadays as most of the brand Colleges are having very less campusing. Industry sees whether you are competent or not. Brand Institutes bring Companies for Campusing but that doesn't mean there will be 100% Campus offers. Currently 60% of the students are not getting campus placements even in brand Colleges or Universities. The students of brand institutes have higher expectations of remuneration inspite of the fact that the industry is not prepared to give a fresher such a high expected salary . The students spending huge amount of money in their education sees a return of their investment in a years time which is not logical. Again industry need candidates who are willing to do a grass root level assignment which many students of brand institue feel uncomfortable.
ANS: Not always. Please see reply in point 16.
ANS: These are good combination and students can take up such integrated courses.
ANS: Both. And both are different functional areas. As we told you before that once you get experienced you get a shine in your career in long run as additional qualifications don't fetch any real career growth unless relevant
ANS: You need to get the students' feedback first. There are many ways to get such feedback one major is the google feedback and through the students forum in face book and other social media. Before taking admission you should also visit the College and ask them to show placement records and Campusing outcome for the last two years.
ANS: These are good courses and are in high demand because of increased expansion of medical services across the Country.
ANS: It will be unwise a decision to dropout and waste a vital one year of academics. Because good JEE rank means good Govt or Private Engineering College. If it doesn't happen you can study in the next best College as per your Counselling and go ahead with your career without wasting time. But if you have a strong desire to go to IIT and have made a near miss you can try again in the next year but not beyond.
ANS: Yes recently WBSCTEVD had approved Part Time Polytechnic Courses to be conducted in evening class mode which has AICTE approval. Please see the website accordingly.
ANS: There are 15 such programmes and the Certificate of Profiency are given by the Institute itself not by any Government Body or Board or any University. The criteria is that the student should be of minimum 18 yrs of age and a class VIII and beyond pass outs .These certificates are the Institites own and does not have any University or Education Board or Government Approval. After the Training is over the students are given placements assistances in the entry level technicians profile as per their competency levels subject to availability of vacancies and also elgibility and criteria .
ANS: Yes provided you satisfy the Bank's eligibility criteria and submit a guarantor in this regard.
ANS: The criteria is
ANS: You shall have to take evening classes and also on Saturday and Sundays so as to make up the attendance.
ANS: You have vacations and other leave in your disposal. A flexible roster will be made in such a case where you shall have to take tuition classes from 8.20 am to 5 pm from Monday to Saturday and also on Sundays between 9 am to 4 pm. Suppose you take these additional tuition classes for one month it is equivalent to taking 3 months of classes in any affiliated College or University in one semester considering that in general these affiliated Colleges or University have 3 working month days effective classes in a semester duration after adjustment of 48 days weekly off , 60 days off for Public Holidays , Vacations and Exam Study Leave etc.
ANS: No as we are only a private tuition centre imparting you coaching and training in the professional courses pursued by you from your selected University or its affiliated Colleges But in cases of our own self Multi Skill Development and Training Programmes we give a Certificate of Proficiency on the nature of Skills developed for the purpose of facilitating placements assistance .
ANS: Yes but you cannot compromise your tuition classes because the aim of our Institute is to give you adequate and quality coaching and training to enable you to get good career success. These Part Time Jobs may be in any domain and subject to your qualifying the interview. No particular choice of Trade ,Skill, Company or salary will be entertained and in that case no further job offer assistance shall be given.
ANS: As passing CA takes good amount of time unless you are exceptionally meritorious it is always advisable to do MBA ( Finance ) from a recognized Institute under any Local University with AICTE Course approval simultaneously which you can qualify easily in 2 years time. Later on you can do Company Secretary Course or CPA/ CFA.
ANS: MBA and get trained in Tally GST ERP and Business Analytics.
ANS: Take immediately Communicative English Classes to improve your English and also a Computer Advance Excel Classes and start looking for a Back Office job through the help of Placement Consultants. Simultaneously prepare exhaustively for all Government jobs and achieve to get success. If you wish to do higher studies you can study MBA or Mass Communication or Event Management or Pschyology or LLB to practise as a professional advocate.
ANS: Very Good. In the years to come legal service industry will grow by leaps and bounds with various economic reforms and changes in the socio economic structure of the society and multiplicity of offences.
ANS: The industry is presently sluggish in respect of engagement of chemical engineering trade but still it has got good demand in respect of overseas assignments and in certain specified industry in our country..
ANS: You should have studied B.Tech in Mechanical or Electrical Stream. However you can do M.Sc in Physics and appear for SSC and UPSC Exams by preparing exhaustively. If you need a job immediately you must do MBA in Production Management or Operations or Logistics.
ANS: 3 Year Polytechnic Course in either Mechanical Electrical or Civil preferably after giving your State Level Entrance Examinations like JEXPO in WB or Diploma in Pharmacy or Diploma in Food Technology or Diploma in Fire and Safety and many more. Please consult our career counsellor for more career related details .
ANS: Yes presently. Companies like to hire Polytechnic Students because the salary pay out is lower almost 40% - 50% of what is paid to a B.Tech and the students are involved in exhaustive hands on training like ITI with 60% of B.Tech Theory Knowledge. It is for this reason the hiring of B.Tech had been lower than Polytechnic Students by the Industry presently.
ANS: ITI after Class X is generally a 2 year Course approved by NCVT. They are in high demand by the Industry with the designation of a Junior Technician. They however get a lower salary than Polytechnic Engineers who normally get the designation of a Supervisor or a Junior Engineer.
ANS: If you are pursuing to become a lecturer or going abroad for higher studies or for pursuing your dream to do research work or PhD you may do it. Industry in general are not very interested in M.Tech qualifications. Only for very seniour level engagements in Techno Consulting Services this qualification is admired.
ANS: It is a very good career option as there is a high demand for nurses in our country since nurses are scarcely available in our country. In 5 - 7 years time you can become a Matron of a large hospital.
ANS: Yes this is a good career option because the medical industry is increasing by leaps and bounds. Govt Hospitals are increasing in many folds. Local health points are being constructed where pharmacists will be in high demand. Besides to get a licence for setting a medical store one must have a B.Pharmacy qualification.
ANS: Mechanical Engineering.
ANS: You may do both but Mechanical Engineering is better as Automobile Industry is also hiring Mechanical Engineers.
ANS: A very good career option if you can crack Indian Army vacancy exams. For private airlines the demand is sluggish.
ANS: If you are doing MBA or PGDBM from IIMs or other Branded Institutes any specialisation will get you a good campus offers . But HR and Finance Specialisation fetch less remunerative campus offers than marketing which are in abundance.
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