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is there any chance to get an admission in merit seat if i have about a 5000 rank in kerala.

Asked by shahna shirin   update 20-Jun-2017, 02:50 PM  for the category Medical

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Which course you mean. With 5000 rank you may get B.Tech seat under merit quota in Govt colleges. 5000 rank for NEET will also help you to get MBBS seat in Govt colleges.

Answered by Dr.T.P Sethumadhavan   update 22-Jun-2017, 05:23 PM

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I am BSc physics graduated student.a m i eligible for study BPEd ?

Asked by Abin P Baby   update 19-Jun-2017, 09:51 AM  for the category Science

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Surely you can try for that course

Answered by Dr.T.P Sethumadhavan   update 22-Jun-2017, 05:22 PM

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Sir I wanna be a psychologist, so which stream should I take for higher secondary course?

Asked by Anjali Shilpa   update 18-Jun-2017, 07:36 PM  for the category Science

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Humanities and language streams are good. Mathematics will help you to acquire proficiency in Psychometric tests

Answered by Dr.T.P Sethumadhavan   update 22-Jun-2017, 05:22 PM

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Sir I hv completed my BSc physics graduation... How is the course diploma in radiological techniques. I wished to go for MSc medical physics. Bt unfortunately I need to pass two more subjects to pass BSc physics. Does DRT with Bsc Physics poccess good career option? I need to know abt the scope and future chances to get a job. Also does this course help me to link with my MSc medical physics studies?

Asked by Mohith Panickar   update 13-Jun-2017, 11:59 AM  for the category Medical

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MSc in Medical Physics is a research oriented programme. You can try for MS in NanoScience which is having lot of career and research prospects abroad. GRE and TOEFL are required for admission in US institutions. Please visit www.gre.org and www.toefl.org

Answered by Dr.T.P Sethumadhavan   update 22-Jun-2017, 05:21 PM

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Sir,I've finished my 12 th in bio-maths.I am interested in taking a degree in english or Psychology .I love designing and architechture.Bt as I am not gud in drawing ,I could'nt make it through the entrance exams.My parents suggest that I take up some paramedical course as it is more practical.With just a degree in English I will get nowhere.Im now very much confused as to take up which course.As I dislike the medical field except for Psychology.Is it better that I take BA pychology in India or abroad.Or BA English.Pls suggest me some gud colleges and also other eligible courses.

Asked by Arya Prakash   update 11-Jun-2017, 11:05 AM  for the category Overseas Education

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You can do BA in English or Psychology from India. Graduate programme(Our PG) can be done from abroad. If you are good in creativity, you can try to apply for B.Design next year at NIFT, National Institute of Design or IITs.

Answered by Dr.T.P Sethumadhavan   update 22-Jun-2017, 05:20 PM

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Sir,I have completed my 12th in science stream,is it possible to do Msc criminology after BA Psychology and what are the chances after studying Msc Criminology?

Asked by esther joy   update 06-Jun-2017, 03:49 PM  for the category Science

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You can do MSc Criminology after BA Pschology. Compared to other courses job opportunities are comparatively less in Criminology limited to some academic and research institutions

Answered by Dr.T.P Sethumadhavan   update 07-Jun-2017, 10:03 AM

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courses without maths

Asked by Gautham Sreenath   update 05-Jun-2017, 07:40 PM  for the category Overseas Education

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Hospitality and Hotel administration, Hotel Management, all Humanities and Social Sciences course, Integrated law programme BA/BBA/BSc-LLB, etc. Biology related courses like Agriculture, Forestry, Fisheries, Zoology, Botany, Biotechnology, Microbiology, Physiotherapy course

Answered by Dr.T.P Sethumadhavan   update 07-Jun-2017, 09:59 AM

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After plus2 which is my suitable courses? Iam difficult in maths

Asked by Gautham Sreenath   update 05-Jun-2017, 07:32 PM  for the category Overseas Education

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BA Economics, BBA in Retail, Aviation, e Commerce, etc are good. You can also select Biology related courses like Agriculture, Forestry, Fisheries, Zoology, Botany, Biotechnology, Microbiology, Physiotherapy course.

Answered by Dr.T.P Sethumadhavan   update 07-Jun-2017, 10:01 AM

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sir i would like to know about bsc nursing course to do in abroad with fee structure and scholorship.is it good to do abroad or in kerala itself?

Asked by megha eldhose   update 05-Jun-2017, 11:46 AM  for the category Medical

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It is preferable to do Nursing from India which is cost effective when compared to abroad. If you are interested to do Nursing from abroad first you have to write SAT/ACT along with English proficiency examinations like TOEFL/IELTS to get admission to undergraduate 4 year pre nursing course. Then you have to try for admission to graduate programme in Nursing Schools through separate aptitude test.

Answered by Dr.T.P Sethumadhavan   update 07-Jun-2017, 10:01 AM

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sir, i would like to opt for civil engineering. i am really interested in architecture. is it possible for me to take m arch after doing my b tech in civil engg? how can i do that? plz help me for the same.... is it advisable in doing so? what are the opportunities for an architect and a civil engg? which is good? can i go with the principle of doing m arch after my b tech(ce)?

Asked by Mia S   update 04-Jun-2017, 03:10 PM  for the category Engineering

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It is difficult in India to pursue M.Arch after B.Tech Civil. But it is possible in Uk, EU, Canada, US, Australia and Singapore. You can try for PG courses at NICMAR-National Institute of Construction management, Pune and School of Planning and Architecture.

Answered by Dr.T.P Sethumadhavan   update 06-Jun-2017, 09:55 AM

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