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    Can I become Engineer after completing B.Com course?

    Hello sir./madam
    Can I become Engineer after completing B.Com course?





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    shiva636
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    Re: Can I become Engineer after completing B.Com course?

    Yes you can do engineering after B.Com , but you must be a maths student in +2 then only you can do , and one more thing is for engineering you must write EAMCET entrance exam in that you must score at-least 70 marks out of 160 marks.
    In 160 marks 80 marks for maths , 40 marks for physics and 40 marks for chemistry . with out negative marks.
    Engineering is a four years course in every year two labs .
    If you want to do means better you opt for ECE so that you can go for core field as while as software field . civil is also good in present days .

    All the best.......




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    navjotsidhupamal
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    Re: Can I become Engineer after completing B.Com course?

    hello friend..!!

    ->as you completed you graduation in commerce so you had select your career and you can't slip from it.
    ->after B.COM you can do M.COM(masters in commerce).
    ->you can't do B.TECH(bachelor of technology) because you have completed your 12th with commerce.
    ->after doing commerce,you should go for this side only.


    ->to become an engineer,you should complete your 12th with PCM(physics,chemistry and mathematics) subjects.
    ->then after you are eligible for B.TECH else you have to do higher studies in commerce only.
    ->to join the b.tech course,you should give the entrance exams like IIT,AIEEE etc.
    ->you can't become an engineer but you can do short term courses like dot net,java,php,oracle,sql etc.
    ->this will beneficial for your interest and in your future also.

    thank u!!

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    Re: Can I become Engineer after completing B.Com course?

    after opting for commerce can i become engineer.??

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