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  • 20th July 2013 10:54 AM
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    Re: Which trade to select for Polytechnic course?

    sir my rank in lateral category is 2452 should i expect for government college nd i'm interested in civil nd cs bt there will b any chance to get it plz reply me @ yash12678@gmail.com
  • 30th June 2013 08:55 AM
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    Re: Which trade to select for Polytechnic course?

    my rank is 1213 general and 753 obc.which trade should i choose?i m excellent in physics and maths.
  • 19th June 2013 07:37 PM
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    Re: Which trade to select for Polytechnic course?

    Sir/madam my rank is 46000 in polytechnic can i get a govt. College

    pls reply my email id is adityarock9519@gmail.com
  • 30th January 2013 09:47 AM
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    Re: Which trade to select for Polytechnic course?

    how to admit in polytecnics
  • 28th October 2012 08:07 PM
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    Re: Which trade to select for Polytechnic course?

    how to take admission in polytechnic
  • 13th October 2012 09:30 PM
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    Re: Which trade to select for Polytechnic course?

    Which are Type of mechanical engenier
  • 15th September 2012 07:42 PM
    kalavadia.pratik23

    Re: Which trade to select for Polytechnic course?

    hello
    they are

    Electrical Engineering

    Electronics & Communication

    Wood & Paper Technology

    Textile Technology

    Polymer Technology

    Instrument Technology

    Chemical Engineering

    Tool & Design Engineering

    Commercial Practice

    Architecture

    Printing Technology

    Computer Hardware Maintenance

    Electronics Instrumentation

    thanks.........
  • 14th September 2012 01:21 AM
    sumanta007

    Re: Which trade to select for Polytechnic course?

    Hi friend


    There are many trade for polytechnic course like-

    1.Electrical Engineering.
    2.Electronics and communication engineering.
    3.Computer Science engineering.
    4.Mechanical engineering.
    5.Civil engineering.
    6.Chemical engineering
    7.Electronics and tale communication.
    8.Textile Technology
    9.Polymer Technology
    10.Instrument Technology
    11.Chemical Engineering
    12.Tool & Design Engineering


    So it is depend upon your choice which you want to do.
    So you have to be think in deep about that thing which you think.


    All the best.
  • 13th September 2012 12:21 AM
    ravikannth2027

    Re: Which trade to select for Polytechnic course?



    List of Polytechnic Courses :

    Civil Engineering

    Mechanical Engineering

    Electrical Engineering

    Electronics & Communication

    Wood & Paper Technology

    Textile Technology

    Polymer Technology

    Instrument Technology

    Chemical Engineering

    Tool & Design Engineering

    Commercial Practice

    Architecture

    Printing Technology

    Computer Hardware Maintenance

    Electronics Instrumentation

    Electronics Production Technology
  • 31st August 2012 08:29 PM
    karan111

    Re: Which trade to select for Polytechnic course?

    HELLO FRIEND...

    DEPEND UPON YOU......

    IF YOU ARE INERESTED IN MECHANICS .

    THAN YOU TAKE MECHANICAL BRANCH...

    IF YOU ARE INTERSTED IN ELECTRICAL...

    THAN YOU CAN TAKE ELECTRICAL BRANCH.....



    ALL THE BEST...



  • 31st August 2012 07:44 PM
    karan111

    Re: Which trade to select for Polytechnic course?

    HELLO FRIEND.........

    DEPEND UPON YOU........

    IF YOUR INTEREST IN MECHANICS

    THAN YOU TAKE MECHANICAL BRANCH

    IF YOU ARE INEREST IN ELECTRICAL

    THAN YOU TAKE ELECTRICAL BRANCH.........

    SO, DEPEND ON YOU FOR BRANCH SELECTION..........



    ALL THE BEST..
  • 23rd August 2012 04:21 PM
    tanveersandhu

    Re: Which trade to select for Polytechnic course?




    My dear friend
    You have asked a good question.
    It is a general confusion among the students that which trade/stream to choose for their Polytechnic or Graduation Course.

    Well my friend it depends on your Interest.
    You should opt the stream or trade in which you are interested in.
    You should go for the trade which your heart says that you should do and the one in which you are confident enough that you can easily do it.

    I am providing here the list of all well known Polytechnic trades/streams:


    Computer Science Engineering

    Electronics and Communication Engineering

    Electrical Engineering

    Mechanical Engineering

    Information Technology

    Civil Engineering etc.


    Now how to choose among these well known trades/streams??

    The answer to this question lies within you.

    For example if you are confident enough that among these trades/streams you can do Computer Science Engineering very easily and without any Problem and you have great interest in it then you should go for the Computer Science Engineering.

    For Going into the Polytechnic Courses you will have to clear the entrance exam of your state after 10th standard for example JET (Joint Entrance Exam) in Punjab .

    I hope the answer will help you choose the best trade/stream for you.
    Thanks.


    Regards
    tanveersandhu.
  • 15th August 2012 11:52 PM
    navjotsidhupamal

    Re: Which trade to select for Polytechnic course?

    Hello friend..!!

    ->To select a polytechnic course,you should have to choose it according to your interest and hard work.
    ->There are various courses in polytechnic like in two stream that are:-
    1.Medical
    2.Non-Medical




    ->In medical stream,you can join GNM course after 10th.
    ->You can join diploma in engineering after 10th and there are various streams in it and then choose it accordingl
    y.

    STREAMS IN DIPLOMA OF ENGINEERING
    • Computer science engineering
    • Information technology
    • Production engineering
    • Industrial Engineering
    • Aeronautic Engineering
    • Mechanical engineering
    • Electrical engineering
    • Electronic and communication engineering
    • Food technology
    • Nanotechnology
    • Biotechnology

    FEE STRUCTURE

    ->The fee structure for diploma in engineering is near about 28,000 per anumm.

    thank u!!
  • 19th June 2012 10:08 PM
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    Re: Which trade to select for Polytechnic course?

    which is best for govt job electrical or mechinical
  • 13th June 2012 07:37 PM
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    Re: Which trade to select for Polytechnic course?

    which trade is the best in these mechanicle or EEE or ece or chemicle or metrlogy
  • 11th September 2011 02:56 PM
    Ankit tiwari

    Re: Which trade to select for Polytechnic course?

    Polytechnic is diploma course of 3 years duration,which can be pursued after completing 10th or 12th standard.Now a days scope in such area has been increased.There are several trades,one trade have to choose by you of your interest.If you are getting confuse then try to analyse your interests because if i suggest you any trade then may be that you did not like that trade but you join then ultimately your career will spoil.Some trades are here as electronics and electricals,architecture,automotive,etc.
  • 24th August 2011 06:45 PM
    dairymilk

    Re: Which trade to select for Polytechnic course?

    Hiiiiiiiiiiiii


    There were many trades in Polytechnic course.They were mentioned as follows:

    * Architecture
    * Automotive
    * Bridging Programmes
    * Building & Construction
    * Commercial Road Transport
    * Engineering & Welding
    * Electrical & Electronics
    * Law Enforcement

    Every Trade is the Best of it value.So select the trade which you feel interesting.Dont think about job opportunities.Because Every branch whatever the branch may be has the equal campus placements compared to other trades.

    Thank You
  • 24th August 2011 12:53 PM
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    Which trade to select for Polytechnic course?

    Hello sir/madam
    sujest the trade

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