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    Can I join B.Tech in Power Engineering after Diploma?

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    Can I join B.Tech in Power Engineering after Diploma?





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    anjali.anjall
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    Re: Can I join B.Tech in Power Engineering after Diploma?

    Yes you can join B.tech after your Diploma study.

    The Diploma candidates have to qualify the LEET for getting admission in Engineering college.

    There are various engineering college which offers such scheme.
    So easily you get entry in engineering college for your higher studies.

    You should have scored 60 % marks or above from it.

    There should be no back papers in Diploma.

    It should had been done from a recognized college.


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    motto
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    Re: Can I join B.Tech in Power Engineering after Diploma?

    Hi..................
    Friends,

    Yes,

    You can join B.Tech after Diploma complete .

    You should have scored 60 % marks or above from it.

    You can join B.Tech Later-er Entry .

    You can join B.Tech II year.




    All the best.......................

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    frehman
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    Re: Can I join B.Tech in Power Engineering after Diploma?

    Dear Friend,


    Yes, you can go for power engineering in B-tech.

    After Diploma you can go for B-tech.

    You will get the admission in 2nd year in B-tech.

    Thank You!!!!

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    coolajit
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    Re: Can I join B.Tech in Power Engineering after Diploma?

    hi
    yes you can do engineering course after the diploma....you will get directly into the second year of the degree course....you have to give the engineering entrance exams to get into the engineering course....you have to appear in IITJEE,AIEEE,BITS,STATE JEEs and other entrance exams but currently it will be converted into a single entrance exam named ISNEET so you have to appear it...and remember to choose the option lateral entry while filling up the form...
    best of luck

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    Arrow Re: Can I join B.Tech in Power Engineering after Diploma?

    Hello Folks,

    >> Power Engineering is a branch of Electrical Engineering, so if one who has completed diploma in electrical related courses are eligible to do Power Engineering Course in B.Tech/ B.E

    >> But admission process not same for all universities and all colleges in India, it depends on University norm and conditions. There are following ways to get admission in Engineering after Diploma

    1. Based on aggregate and marks one got in Diploma level. Anyway most of the college need minimum of 60% of marks in Diploma

    2. Through merit in entrance exams conducted by respective university, for example in AP JNTU conducts E-CET exam for Diploma holders to join in Engineering, so now marks in Diploma is not considered. Remember some universities even consider marks also along with rank.

    3. Through management quota, in all colleges some percentage of seats are reserved for management quota but fee is more.

    All the Best

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    sensoma
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Sir...
    Can I join B.Tech in Power Engineering after Diploma?
    Yes Friend,
    You can join Engineering after Diploma.

    You can join Engineering course directly after Diploma courses through Lateral Entry Scheme.

    Through the Lateral Entry Scheme you can get direct admission in the 2nd year of the engineering course.
    Almost every engineering colleges have some seats reserved for Lateral Entry Scheme. The admission depends on the percentage of the diploma course.

    Some colleges conducts admission test for the admission through LES. The entrance exam is LEET exam.

    BEST OF LUCK....!!!

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