At least 50% compulsory for admission in eng,pharma,hm,archiMay 08, 2011
At least 50% compulsory for admission in eng,pharma,hm,archi
Gandhinagar, 8 May, 2011
As per the new rules announced by the state education department for the academic year 2011-12, science students of standard 12 will have to secure at least 50% marks in Science/maths subjects to get admission to degree engineering, degree and diploma pharmacy, hotel and tourism and architecture courses in Gujarat. This rule has been implied following the new guidelines of the All India Council for Technical Education(AICTE).
As per the new rule, marks of practicals will be considered while calculating the 50% score which means that for admission in degree engineering course, students will need to have 200 out of the 400 total marks including 100 marks each for physics, chemistry and mathematics, and 50 marks each for the practicals of physics and chemistry. Similarly for degree and diploma in pharmacy, students have to acquire 225 marks out of 450 aggregate marks of theory and practicals to secure admission. These include 100 marks each for physics, chemistry and biology theory papers and 50 marks each for their respective practical papers.
The students of National Institute for Open Schooling (NIOS) as well as those of International Board are also eligible to apply for admission into all the technical courses in Gujarat.
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