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If you want to be an IAS, don't even think twice..... go for B.Sc. from Stephen's or sorts. U will never repent.
Admission to most of these courses is based on an entrance exam and/or interview. You can easily find question papers on NET . Also you need to see what course you are opting for . if you try for MBA then your preparation style will differ from entrance exam for graduation or PG diploma. There are course at different levels in advertising - graduation, PG, Diploma which can range from three to one year . It will be advisable to do course after graduation although there are course at graduation level Eligibility for most of the advertising postgraduate courses is graduation in any discipline with a minimum of 50 percent marks.(But do check college eligibility criteria before applying). Admission to most of these courses is based on an entrance exam and/or interview. Some institutions also offer graduate level courses in advertising, for which they admit students who have cleared class XII.... ► Read more
Hi Tanmoy, you should decide after asking yourself that what kind of profession you desire? Opting for B.Sc or Engg. will lead you into two different directions (although these may meet in the end if you decide to take up teaching profession). Opt for B.Sc if you are interested in M.Sc, Ph.D and post doctoral research. Opt for Engg if you are interested in industry. But as you said B Sc in chemistry, I can suggest you to go for B E (chemical) if you want to go for engg. due to the current trend and also do not want to sacrifice your love for chemistry.... ► Read more

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