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    How can I get admission for Aerospace engineering after completing B.Com Course?

    Hello sir/madam
    How can I get admission for Aerospace engineering after completing B.Com Course?





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    SWETHA12
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    Re: How can I get admission for Aerospace engineering after completing B.Com Course?

    Hai
    You are eligible for BE I year Aerospace engineering...

    See to thios link for top colleges in INDIA and its details :
    http://www.acmtagra.com/Aeronautical-Engineering.html

    :: All the best




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    Jhon Wright
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    Re: How can I get admission for Aerospace engineering after completing B.Com Course?

    dear friend,




    Aerospace engineering holds place among the toughest and challenging fields of engineering. You must possess real potential to get into this field and emerge successful. The evolvements in the technologies linked to aviation, space and defense come under this field.


    Eligibility Criteria for B.Tech. Aerospace Engineering


    1.>You must have passed 10+2 in Science stream with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as mandatory subjects. Some colleges can also ask for English as compulsory subject but it is not so in all cases.

    2.>Just passing marks are not sufficient to take admission in B.Tech in Aerospace; you must secure fairly high marks.

    3.>You will also be required to pass a qualifying exam.

    4.>Admission criteria for the degree can be varying in different colleges.


    Career Prospects for Aerospace Engineering

    No doubt, the field of aerospace is quite tough but at the same time it has a good number of great job opportunities. you will easily find place in branches related to


    1.>Aviations

    2.>Aircrafts.

    3.>Defense.

    4.>Space organizations.

    5.>DRDO.

    6.>HAL.

    7.>Airbus


    One thing friend,Many girls don't take Aerospace because more mechanical work will be there.If you have capability to manage this hard work you can go for this.

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