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Dear Vishakha
You can check the following link for CATE sample papers

http://edutalkindia.blogspot.com/2010/05/cate-sample-paper-2010.html
Best of luck for ur CATE Exam...
Hi Ayushi,

Yes you can give the PMT of Maharashtra, but the other states generally have a 70-30(or (80-20) ratio i.e. 70% students will be from maharashtra and the rest 30% from all over India.
Go ahead and gear up for your PMT exams.

All the Best.

Rgerads,
Raunak...
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Hi akriti,

Check out this website: http://www.successcds.net/MedicalEntranceExam/...
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There is a good institute for PUC pass or Fail Candidates, they'll provide hardware and networking course with 100%  placements for all of their students. 
My suggestion is that to join that CMS Computer Training Center, Ganganagar, RT nagar, Bangalore.
for more details visit : www.cmscomputer.in...
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Hello Mayank,

The eligibility of B.H.U. for B.Sc. is :

(a)Candidates must have passed 10+2 or equivalent Examination securing a minimum of 50% marks in the aggregate in Science subjects with Physics, Maths plus any one of the following: Chemistry, Statistics, Geology, Computer Science and Geography and must have passed in each of the concerned subjects.
(b) Age: Completed 17 years but not crossed 25 years.

The eligibility of B.H.U. for B.Tech. is :

Candidates must have passed Higher Secondary Examination (10+2) from any recognized Central / state board.

All thr Best!!!!!!!...
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Hi Manik,

Admission to B.Sc. program in BHU is made through an All India Admission Test (UET) conducted by the University sometime around the month of May every year at Varanasi and other centres such as Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai and Hyderabad. The advertisement is made in the month of Jan - Feb in almost all newspapers.

To talk about the Admission test, it comprises of 1 Paper carrying 450 marks of 150 minutes duration, containing 150 multiple choice questions based on +2 examination or equivalent. The Paper shall comprise of 3 sections Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics, each containing 50 questions.

Do well in your exam and all the best.
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According to me pmg is best from bhu for you... ► Read more
Hi NIcketa,

There is no hard & fast rule to be put for a CSE / ECE / IT resume sorts.

Make sure to hightlight what you want at work, in your resume clearly in OBJECTIVE /ABSTRACT (1st part of resume)

Mention Key skills & Learnings in 2nd part of resume.

As you are fresher, mention your prior education with marks obtained (10th, 12th, be/btech) etc details in a nice tabular format.

Projects that you have worked upon should be mentioned next with more clarity.

FInally, your hobbies, achievements etc details can be mentioned in a section.

YOu will get more inputs at our resume section: http://www.meracareerguide.com/AQHome.aspx?CID=128

good luck,
harsha...
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If you visit website of company , linkedin or facebook profile of people working in media industry you will find contact detail and send your sample cartoons. The best way will be to get a degree. aster that you can easily find job as cartoonist. some of the colleges name are-Indian Institute of Cartoonists, Bangalore; Sir J.J. School of Arts, Mumbai; Santhanu’s Chitira Vidyalayam, Chennai; The Raye Burns School, New Delhi; Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Baroda, Vadodara; Kerala Cartoon Academy, Kochi; Industrial Design Centre, IIT, Mumbai; Arena Animation Academy, New Delhi; Global School of Animation & Games, New Delhi; Zee Institute of Creative Arts, Mumbai; Maya Academy of Advanced Cinematics (MAAC), New Delhi; and National Institute of Design (NID),... ► Read more
There are 2 papers in the AIEEE exam paper one is for the BE/B.Tech and paper two for B.Arch/B. Planning. People who are willing to give the B.Arch/B. Planning exam they have to sit for both the papers i.e. paper 1 and Paper 2.
AIEEE exam consists of objective questions where in every question has 4 responses. Each question consists of 4 marks.
Paper 1 is divided into 3 sections of Physics chemistry and maths. Each section consists of 65 questions i.e. 65 questions in physics, 65 questions in Chemistry and 65 questions in the maths section.
In all there are 135 questions that a person has to complete in 3 hours.
There is negative marking in the paper that is ¼ th negative marking i.e. 1 marks is deducted for ever incorrect response.
Similarly paper 2 is also divided into 3 parts where the first part is of maths then Aptitude 1 and then aptitude 2. The entire paper is of 400 marks. Similar pattern of marking is followed in the paper 2 as it is for paper 1.

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