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    I have two years of drops while doing final year B.E in Mech. Will there be any scope for me in Aeronautical field after completion of B.E? If yes, Please guide me.

    hello sir/madam,
    still i'm doing B.E in mechanical.unfortinatuly i've two years of drops while doing f.e.now i'm in s.e.i want to know,is their any scope for doing my career in aironautics field after completion my B.E in solapur uniteisity,maharastra ?if yes,then please guide me for take me to the.guide me also related other career options.
    yours faithfully,
    swapnil





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    amit000
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    Re: I have two years of drops while doing final year B.E in Mech. Will there be any scope for me in Aeronautical field after completion of B.E? If yes, Please guide me.

    hi friend,
    yes you are eligible for aerronautical enginreeng after BE in mech. .
    you have to qualifate gate examination to take admission in aeronautical enginreeng.
    you can do aeronautical enginreeng from the best collages like :-

    *IIT mumbai.
    *Guru gram institute of aeronautical enginreeng and technology
    *IIT chennai
    *Indian institute of aeronautics
    *IIT kharagpur
    *Benalore institute of aeronautical engineering and information technology
    *IIT guahati
    *Hindustan institute of engineering and technology
    *Indian institute of aeronautical technology , Dehradun

    good luck




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    Nirajcs0671@gmail.com
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    Re: I have two years of drops while doing final year B.E in Mech. Will there be any scope for me in Aeronautical field after completion of B.E? If yes, Please guide me.

    There r lots of job for u in this sector and if u r ready to labour you can phase gate(graduate apt test in eng) and take chances of join in your dream job. for psu it doesn't matter your gapping or failure only matter your knowledge and your branh is vergreen u can try in many sector above it.

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