Which is the best Course after inter for MPC ?I am going to start this tutorial with a conversation between two intermediate students.
Student 1: what is your aim after completing this intermediate?
Student 2: it’s not a complicated thing want to join engineering through common entrance examination and what about you?
Student 1: i agree with you and I am doing the same thing.
This is the common thinking of every intermediate student. There are many doors/options for students to choose their career in their interesting field of study. Here before exposing the tutorial I want to suggest you a little important thing i.e. “if you want to continue your higher education there are many courses such as engineering, animation etc as per your interest and if you want to get a job after your intermediate (mpc) diploma courses offer you such type of opportunities”
Coming to the tutorial, today I want to share some of the career options for the intermediate (MPC) students.
Here is a list of entrance exams and ways to join engineering
IIT-JEE: it is a national level examination conducted throughout our country. These colleges offer the quality level engineering as even the multinational companies gives priority to hire an IIT engineer. An IIT engineering student has more value even after he is out from the institution. There are nearly 15 IITs in our country offering quality education. You need decent percentage (60) in your 10+2(MPC) to appear for the IIT-JEE
AIEEE: it is the second level next to IIT in quality education which is a national examination. There are 20 NITs all over India and candidates will be admitted into those institutions through this entrance exam. Note this there are many deemed universities which offer admission on bases of AIEEE results. Same qualification as with IIT is needed i.e. must have 60% of aggregate in their inter (MPC) to appear for this exam.
BITSAT: is also a national level exam but is directly managed by Birla group apart from government. The students of these colleges are directly taken into their industries. It also offers quality education similar with IIT, NIT s. There are just 3 intuitions at 3 different places all over India, a student must have 80% of marks in his 12th or he must be a 12th topper to be admitted in these colleges.
A separate Entrance exam for each state:
Each state in India offers a separate entrance exam for their state students such as EAMCET which is conducted by Andhra Pradesh government. Every state conducts its entrance exam in every year. A student should pass his intermediate to appear for these exams.
IIIT (Indian institute of information technology):
This is a smart step taken by the Indian central government between 2000’s to promote technical education for the students. At present there are nearly 13 IIIT in India located at Hyderabad,banglore,Gwalior,kerela,pune,Allahabad,bhubeneswar,delhi,kachipuram,Jabalpur and 3 more in Andhra Pradesh. The students are admitted into these through their AIEEE results.
ISAT (Indian institute of science and technology):
Are you interested in sciences are you dreaming to work at ISRO?
Then you must notice this entrance exam. This is not a complete engineering entrance exam. It is a national entrance exam for engineering which offer courses in only aveationics, aerospace, physical sciences…
GATE: (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering)
GATE is an entrance exam to continue higher education after engineering. Here by these engineers can get a chance to study in IITs and famous universities to do P.G courses. A student must complete engineering (under any branch) to write GATE.
An important point for the GATE admitters that is GATE score can be taken into considerance for two years after the examination