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Adv. Ved VinayakLaw educator at Lex Logic You Tube channel.

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Chandigarh University (CU) students write the majority of online reviews for the school using fictitious identifications on numerous websites. So exercise extreme caution and thoroughly consider the following. You must be the same student I was a year ago, desperately looking for a good college because that is one of the key components to a good and respectable future. While looking for this good college, I learned about a university that promised to meet every requirement that my better and respectable future required. I called them and asked them all the questions I could think of, but as I was cutting the conversation off, an odd thing occ... View More

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Hii. If you want to head Google, you must first be able to work there as an employee. Then, if you want to become CEO, you must create your own product and market it successfully like an entrepreneur. Sunder Pichai possesses strong management and creative abilities. You must therefore concentrate on developing your skills.

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Dear Omkar, I hope things are going well. Without a doubt, you can learn. There are many resources available right now. Both offline and internet resources are used. There are also many paid online animation courses available, but my recommendation is to go to college so that the work will be organised and follow a certain flow. I hope this is helpful. Please don't hesitate to ask any questions if you have any.

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Ayush kumar Jha

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Yes you can get admission in NIT but branch may differ from your choice. However in low NIT's you can get even good branch also. Now for taking seat in IIT you should first clear JEE advance examination then according that rank you can get admission in IIT. Here are few NIT's where there ia a chance that you can get seat :
NIT Jalandhar : here you can get Industrial and Production Engineering
NIT Durgapur: here Biotechnology you can get
NIT Nagaland: Here you can get Electronics and Instrumental engineering
NIT Raipur: Biotechnology you can get here
NIT Agartala: Production engineering you can get here
There may be few more colleges.

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In tier 2 or 3, youve to personally develop yourself and lookout for various courses related to your field and scope of that course, Its better to choose CS/IT from tier 2 or 3 colleges because there is no scope of ME/CIVIL/EC (the worst) and learn coding irrespective of your branch (read my other answers for detailed analysis). Also maintain a CGPA around 8.0 or above 75% in B.Tech to get in a good company or for applying for a better internship or college. Also labs are not well-maintained in these colleges so look out for certification from other institutes and learn the work from there. So conclusion is that youve to work hard in tier 2 o... View More

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Good day, Mansi. Let me start by congratulating you. You select this area. You should start with the NCERT book and carefully read it before choosing another book and a class DPP chapter-by-chapter module, practising the questions from the chapter you just read, and after finishing the entire syllabus, completing the questions from the mix question bank with adequate time and joining any text series. I wish you luck!

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There are differences in how people enter the industry, but how to take it forward is what matters, and IIT tag help it in a great way. It is pretty much the same as MBA graduates from any other top business schools. If a two-year MBA can get you a 300% pay raise and unlimited opportunities to switch industries, why not? An MBA will get you the salary of an IIT and will allow you to sit in an air-conditioned office while doing nothing but giving presentations, which is what we Iims are used to.

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Yes, to a certain extent. It has been reported that up to 4400 students have left the prestigious IITs and NITs in the last three years, and academic stress has been identified as one of the causes of this situation. Around 2060 students left the IITs (Indian Institutes of Technology) alone between 2012 and 2015. Well, it's odd that someone leaves a dream institution they entered, but there could be a lot of explanations for this.

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