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Hi, this question is put into three category so i am going to answer for all three here.

According to IIT-JEE the application process is made much more easier then before by introducing two modes of applications first one is "Online" and other one "Offline".

For Online applications fee structure:
1. Gen/OBC : Rs. 1600
2. SC/ST/PH : Rs 800
3. All Categories (Female) : Nil

For Offline applications fee structure :
1. Gen/OBC : Rs. 1800
2. SC/ST/PH : Rs. 1000
3. All Categories (Female) : Rs. 200

Select your mode of payment and pay for IIT-JEE according to your category.

AIEE also has both the modes of payment i.e. online and offline.

1. Offline
1. For BE/B Tech only or B.Arch/B. Planning only : Rs 800 (Gen/OBC) / Rs 400 (SC/ST/PH)
2. For Both BE/B Tech only or B.Arch/B. Planning : Rs. 1400 (Gen/OBC) / Rs 700 (SC/ST/PH)

2. Online
1. For BE/B Tech only or B.Arch/B. Planning only : Rs 500 (Gen/OBC) / Rs 250 (SC/ST/PH)
2. For Both BE/B Tech only or B.Arch/B. Planning : Rs. 1100 (Gen/OBC) / Rs 550 (SC/ST/PH)
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According to BITSAT 2012 the fee for male candidates are Rs 1600 and for female are Rs. 1100. If the candidate selected Dubai as choice, the fee will be $50 (or Rs. 2500) for both male and female...

NIT MCA admission is through NIMCET exam . NIT is among reputed colleges in India. For placements check


Fee structure can be know in college itself....
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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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Hello.... i want to study my masters in architecture in hyderabad ...... my course ll get finished by april 2013..... pls let me know the procedure for applying .... thnq

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Government jobs for B.Tech in Computer Science and MBA in Marketing: Government sector provides numerous jobs opportunities for B.Tech in Computer Science field. After completing B.Tech in Computer Science you can apply for various jobs for the post of Programmer ,Web designer and System Analyst.

You can continue your studies after completing B.Tech and prepare for GATE exam.If you are interested in Specialization and Lectureship jobs.You can apply for government jobs after clearing entrance exams carried out Union Public Service Commission,SSC recruitment jobs,Defence sector jobs and Railway engineer jobs.

As a Computer Science engineer you can apply for various jobs for following positions are :

1) Software engineer

2) Technology Analyst

3) IT Manager

4) Domain Consultant

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Pattern of CLAT 2012
Total Marks 200
Total number of multiple-choice questions of one mark each 200
Duration of examination Two Hours
Subject areas with weightage:
English including Comprehension 40 Marks
General Knowledge/ Current Affairs 50 Marks
Elementary Mathematics (Numerical Ability) 20 Marks
Legal Aptitude 50 Marks
Logical Reasoning 40 Marks
The different subject areas of the exam are
English including Comprehension
General Knowledge/Current Affairs
Mathematics ( up to the class X.)
Logical Reasoning
Legal Aptitude

In event of tie between two or more candidates in the CLAT, tie will be broken by the following procedure and order:

Higher marks in the section of Legal aptitude in CLAT-2012,
Higher age and
Computerized draw of lots
Pattern of the CLAT Paper for Post-Graduate Programme
Total Marks 200
Duration of examination Two Hours
Multiple-choice Questions
(100 questions of 1 mark each) Pertaining to subject areas, viz,
Law of Contracts, Law of Torts, Criminal Law,
Constitutional Law and Legal Theory
Short-answer questions
(100 Marks) 10 questions of 10 marks each

In event of tie between two or more candidates in the CLAT, tie will be broken by the following procedure and order:

Higher marks in the section of short-answer questions in CLAT-2012,
Higher age
Computerized draw of lots
Feel free to ask further questions.Visit http://www.clat.ac.in/pattern.aspx for further information....
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The fee structure for the full CA course is as under. Rs. 1500 is to be paid for the registration of the CPT or the Common Proficiency Test, which is the prerequisite to enter any CA institute. After qualifying the CPT, the student needs to pay the tuition fee to the institute which is a total of Rs. 7500, which includes Rs. 500, for registration as an audit clerk, Rs. 500 as the student associations’ fee, Rs. 500 as the registration fee with BOS, Rs. 4000, as tuition fee for PCC, and Rs. 2000 for the registration fee for 100 hrs of IT Training. After qualifying the second stage, the final course fee is Rs. 8500 which is to be paid for the last year of the CA studies. The total fee for the whole course comes to Rs. 17,500.
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The fee details for 2012-13 are yet to be finalized. The details will be available at BITS website by March. So keep visiting the official website http://bitsadmission.com/bitsat/bitsatmain.htm... ► Read more
Hi ,

A candidate needs to clear 3 stages to qualify as Company Secretary and these are:

Foundation Course: The minimum eligibility to gain entry in the Foundation Course is a pass in 10+2 examination or its equivalent in any stream.

duration: The course is of 8 months.

Intermediate Course: A pass in the Foundation Course Examination of the ICSI/Graduation degree or a Master's degree/Pass in ICWAI, ICAI can allow you entry in the intermediate course.
duration: The course is of 9 months.

Final Course

On passing the Final examination of ICSI you will need to undergo a practical training after which, you will be completely eligible for the Associate Membership of the Institute.

Fee Structure of ICSI: You need to spend Rs 3,600 for the foundation program. A commerce graduate can pay a fee of Rs 7000 for Executive program and a non-commerce graduate, Rs 7750 for admission to ICSI course.
more details at http://www.icsi.edu/?...
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If you want to do courses related to finance only then you can opt for NSE's Certification in Financial Markets (NCFM). That will also be a good option. Or you can also do a PG Diploma course in finance. CA or CS is also a good option as you will be exempted from the first level as you have already completed your graduation I suppose.

Good Luck!

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