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It is good to hear that you have already decided that you want to do BBA.
As you rightly said that in order to pursue BBA you will have to sit for the entrance exams and then interview.

Almost all colleges conduct their own entrance exams. So it would be better to fill the forms for some of the top universities and colleges in India that offer BBA course. They are as follows:

1. Delhi University
2. Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi
3. Netaji Subhash Institute of Management Sciences, Delhi
4. Symbiosis Institute of Media and Communications, Pune
5. Barkatullah University, Bhopal
6. St. Xavier's College, Kolkata
7. Loyola College, Chennai

You can apply in these colleges fir doing your BBA.

Best Wishes!

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Thank you soo much.
One last favour- can you give me the details of SLEEE. ?
And whats the application procedure?

Are the application forms out ? :)...
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Hi Heer,

You are eligible for the following courses:-

Various entrance exams in medical
Engineering entrance exams if you have maths
BSc. In various subjects
B. Pharma
B. Arch. If you have Maths

Best of Luck!

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Hi phru,

Your last sentence is not very clear, do you mean you didnt get thru Maths paper?...
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Hi San,

As far as I know, in WBUT you have some internal marking as well for 30 marks. If you get 40 marks in toatal, i.e. 12 from internal marking in this case, the student would be declared as Pass.

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Hi arpita,

Step 1

Get a blank piece of paper and outline the material you need to study. This helps develop a "big picture" overview of the material. Start with big topics and leave room for subtopics. Fill in the information as best as you can. Get another sheet of paper and start over if necessary. Once you see all the units of information in front of you it will be easier to organize your studying. This will help you with the next step.

Step 2

Break the material into smaller chunks and study each one. Only once you understand each one should you move on to the next. Do this part alone in your quiet study place. This is when you start to memorize the information you'll need later. Write down any questions that you may have.

Step 3

The next step is to work with someone else to clarify anything that's confusing. Work with others, go to review sessions, see a tutor, or work with the professor or a TA. At this point it's important to make sure that everything is clearly understood. This is crucial. If this step is skipped then you're left with trying to memorize hundreds of useless factoids. It will never mean anything to you later.

Step 4

Now it's time to put the information into your brain for retrieval. If you've been working all along you will already remember much of it. Make sure nothing is left out. Review the tips on memory.

Step 5

This next step is not needed by everyone but it's useful if you are having trouble with the course. You've been studying for hours and hours but, do you really know anything? Try working with someone else who will ask you questions about the material. If you can answer and explain concepts without too much effort then you're in good shape. Usually this help to expose areas that require more attention and study.

Step 6

If the previous step went well then all you have left is to work on weak areas and a general overview the material. If yo
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Hi Ayushi,

Yes you are right Association of Managements of Unaided Private Medical and Dental Colleges (AMUPMDC) Exam is the exam for private medical and dental colleges affiliated to Maharashtra University.Exactly i dont know the cut offs for AMUPMDC.But I think the 50% marks is the cut off marks of this exam.

Best of Luck...
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Hello Patel,

In 2010 GPSC exam is over.This exam has two phase: One written test and another is interview. Written test generally held on may or june and Interview for selected candidates will be held on january every year.So you can appear in 2011 for this exam.

All the Best...
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Hi jyoti
Its good that you know what exactly you wanna do and as you have mentioned you are inclined towards biotechnology i will suggest you to go ahead and do the course.Regarding placements i can assure you that placements are good its just people dont have knowledge about can note down my mail id and i will help you with the placement part and as you asked for the college list i am sending you the list of best colleges hope it will help you.List Biotechnology Colleges in Mumbai

Bhavan’s College, (affiliated to the University of Mumbai)
Munshi Nagar,
Andheri (W), Mumbai- 58
Tel. No. 2623 21 91, (Off.) 2623 37 89 (Prin.)
Fax No. 26234552

Department of Biotechnology, University of Mumbai
University of Mumbai, Vidyanagari,
Santacruz (East), Mumbai -400 098
Tel: 26526053, 26528822.
Course: M.Sc. (Biotechnology)

Department Of Biotechnology, Ramniranjan Jhunjhunwala College
Opp Rly Stn, Ghatkopar W, Mumbai – 400084
Tel: 91-22-25152731, 91-22-25151763
Courses: B.Sc. Biotechnology, M.Sc. (Biotechnology)

Kelkar Education Trust’s Vinayak Ganesh Vaze College of Arts, Science & Commerce,
Mithagar Road, Mulund (E),
Mumbai- 81
Telephone 21631421, 21631423
Course: B.Sc. Biotechnology

Kishinchand Chellaram College,
124, Dinshaw Wachha Rd Churchgate,
Mumbai- 20
Tel: 91-22-2285 5726, 2202 0132.
Fax: 91-22-2202 9092
E-Mail —
Course: B.Sc. Biotechnology

Patkar College of Arts & Science & V.P Varde College of Commerce,
S.V.Road, Goregoan (W) Mumbai- 62
Tel. 2872 3731 / 2872 1875 (Office), 2878 1188 (Non-aided Courses)
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