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    Which course will be more economical for a student who completed 10th with 70%?

    Hello sir/madam
    Which course will be more economical for a student who completed 10th with 70%?
    thank you in advance





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    Joshi_Nitesh
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    Re: Which course will be more economical for a student who completed 10th with 70%?

    I will advice you to go for polytechnic because if you are interested in engineering the competition is very vast so better you go for polytechnic and then try engineering and after that you will directly get admission for second year of engineering




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    shermin
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    Re: Which course will be more economical for a student who completed 10th with 70%?

    It depends on you what to choose.
    You have scored a very good percentage.
    Basically there are three streams i.e science,commerce and arts.
    All the three streams have great scope in future.
    You need to think what you are interested in.

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    Sandeep Sutariya
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    Re: Which course will be more economical for a student who completed 10th with 70%?

    hello friend,
    after 10th you can go for diploma courses which will be economical and good for students who want to go for engineering field...
    diploma courses like mechanical engineering,electrical engineering,polytechnique engineering etc. ...
    choose any of this, it will be economical point of view and good also...
    best of luck.

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    navneet thakur
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    Re: Which course will be more economical for a student who completed 10th with 70%?

    dear friend,

    the polytechnic is economical for you because after the diploma in 3year you can do corresponding b.tech with the job.

    best of luck

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    navneet thakur
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    Smile Re: Which course will be more economical for a student who completed 10th with 70%?

    dear friend,

    the polytechnic is economical for you because after the diploma in 3year you can do corresponding b.tech with the job.

    best of luck

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    Re: Which course will be more economical for a student who completed 10th with 70%?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Hello sir/madam
    Which course will be more economical for a student who completed 10th with 70%?
    thank you in advance
    Hiii.......You have scored a very good percentage.
    Basically there are three streams i.e science,commerce and arts.
    All the three streams have great scope in future.
    You need to think what you are interested in.
    Bye

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    Re: Which course will be more economical for a student who completed 10th with 70%?

    POLYTECHNIC DIPLOME WILL BE ECONOMICAL AND BEST FOR YOU AFTER SECURING 70% IN YOUR 10TH.

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    sazid
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    Re: Which course will be more economical for a student who completed 10th with 70%?

    polytechnic is economical for you.
    you can also take commerce and if you cross more than 90% in it than you can do Eco hons from DU and it will give shining future for you......

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    sanjeev borikar
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    Re: Which course will be more economical for a student who completed 10th with 70%?

    hello
    dont go with economical benefits. choose the field which you have intrested. if you see for benefits now you will gain lose in future.
    from my opinion either science or commerce select which you have intrest. dont take advises of anybody. just ask yourself what to do.
    good luck

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