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Hi laxman,
Aircraft Maintenance Engineering(AME) 25,000 admission fee and 70,000 per semester. actually it is not fixed....
Dear Sirisha
it's not that one is better than the other; but they are different. Frankly telling you don't need to do any of these to if you just want your financial status to sound good but for that you need to have luck and without luck no mater what degree you have you cannot have a good financial status.So before deciding whether to go for mba or mtech its very important to realize the job that will interest u most.

Its not that u do mba or mtech from any college & u will be a top dog in the corporated world. Doing MBA even from IIM's does not mean a crore package to everyone.This package is received by at most 2or 3 students and avg package is around 10-15 Lakhs and the data that is shown on the sites is mostly manipulated and u always do not end up with the correct package details.



Also u can have a packageof Rs. 45 Lakhs jst after doing B. Tech whiich was offered by Schlumberger at NSIT .


So its ur choice to to get a good how to get a millionaire by doing B.Tech, M.Tech , MBA or by doing by LUCK!!!!!!!

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Some of the colleges are:

# Institute for Financial Management and Research (IFMR), Chennai

# The Indian Institute of Capital Markets (IICM) ,Mumbai

# IIM ,Calcutta

# Columbia university

# Imperial college of london

Eligibility: Bachelor’s degree of three-year duration from recognized Indian university with relevant experience, preferably with adequate quantitative background.

Fee for course varies from college to college. Check out website for more.

Good luck...
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Dear Rahul,

Integrated course save the time first of all. How much the course is better it depends on that which course you are doing and from which university.So let me know that first.

Another thing is in the field of job it depends mainly on your skills & knowledge .

All the Best...
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Dear Alok,

Career decision is the most important decision of your life. You need to have better understanding of yourself in terms of aptitude, interest & intelligence . If you have not been comfortable studying PCM in the last two years ,then switching to another stream would be better idea. Like if you have good communication skills, enjoy interacting with people, can understand other perspective then you can think of making a career in Hospitality industry - B.Sc Hospitality & Hotel Administration ( Admission through common entrance NCHMCT-JEE)followed by M.Sc or MBA Tourism & Hospitality. You can also do( BBA- MBA HR) or think of making a career in mass communication ( BMC- PGDM Communication). If you are good at crunching numbers, have long sitting capacity , good concentration span then actuarial science would be a suitable option for you. For that you need to do B.Com/ B.Sc ( Hons) Maths and have to register yourself with Actuarial Society of India Mumbai. You can also think of giving Bank PO exam or UPSC exam after completing graduation in any stream. If you have financial problems then I suggest start preparing for Bank Clerical Exam, give your 100% and make a goal then you will clear this clearical exam within 1 year span. along with it you can do correspondence studies like B.Com/ BA ( Economics/ Psychology/ Public Admin or Maths/ Stats) / B.Sc- M.Sc - UGC-Net- Lecturer. Do let me know incase you need any further clarification. my mail id is priti.taneja@yahoo.co.in. Gud Luck . Life is beautiful...
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Hi Pankaj , Please got to course planner section of this website and from their select location, kind of course and related to which career..that would give you list of colleges and your desired courses. Let know if you face any problem !!... ► Read more
Hi Lakshmi,
Your choice for summers can depend upon the level of exposure you have gained in the last 2 years and the following courses as well. However, as I believe most colleges take up the core engineering in the 3rd and 4th years, you should perhaps use this time to prepare yourself with some basic and fundamental tools essential for both your academics as well as professional profile enhancement later on. for example, you could take up an object oriented programming language like Java or Visual C, etc. Or you could go for modules like PHP, MySQL , etc. Please let us know about the kind of curriculum at your college to enable us better understand and respond....
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You can do courses in computer hardware and networking. Some institutes are :

# Jetking institute of hardware and networking http://www.jetkinginfotrain.com/
# IHTI http://www.ihitindia.com/courses.html
# IIHT http://www.iiht.com/
# Aptech
# GT computer hardware engineering institute http://www.gteducation.net/...
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The admission is through entrance test. { TNEA }TAMIL NADU ENGINEERING ADMISSIONS. and Interview.

Eligibility : The Higher Secondary Examination of ( 12th) Curriculum (Academic Stream ) prescribed by the Government of Tamil Nadu with Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry as three or four subjects of the study prescribed under part III or any other examination of any university or authority accepted by the syndicate of the Anna University as equivalent thereto. OR The Diploma Examination in Engineering/Technology of the State Board of Technical Education, Tamil Nadu or any other Examination of any other authority accepted by the syndicate of the Anna University as equivalent thereto.

Check out link for more : http://www.annauniv.edu/...
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Hi hassan,

Btech admissions to jntu is through common entrance test { EAMCET} conducted by A.P. State Council for Higher Education.

More : http://www.apeamcet.org/EAMCET%20Notification%202010.JPG

and http://www.jntu.ac.in/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=103&Itemid=155...
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Nothing much really..
Work with a stock broker for a while and get a fair knowledge of the Share Market...
Then you would be eligible to write the exams conducted by SEBI which on clearing automatically entitles you to registration..
With experience you would learn to analyse..
\The longer but better way would be to do MBA and allied courses...
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