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First of all congrates on qualifiying enterance exams it shows your hard work is in right direction.
As you said you really want to get merit seat and do not want to occupy managment seats then according to me you can take drop for getting merit seat but few things should be kept in mind such as

(1)You will be appearing next year in the enterance exams ,it is a long duration so along with your studies you should keep your confidence high because situations will come when you will need it most . At that time instead of panicing you should keep your confidence high and continue studying.

(2)You will come across many people who will say that you should have not taken drop but remember once you take that decision there is no turning back instead of thinking what they are saying ,you must concentrate on your aim and continue studying.

(3)finally it all depends upon your strong will and desire to get selected in the enterance exam .So always keep them high.

And my sincere suggestion to you is that before taking this decision you should sit back and honestly think what are your strengths and weaknesses related to studies because once you come upon any decision atleast you will be shure that i decided to do this considering all facts and there is no one i should blame for it.

So best of luck and feel free to communicate if you need to know anything else.

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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Currently you have passed 12th. So first prepare for NDA9( for army and flying branch) and Naval defence academy( for navy branch) exam to get recruited as naval cadets in Indian army. If not then go in this manner. Submarine cadre have two branches
Engineering Branch :
Eligibility: Four years BE/BTECH Engineering degree with a minimum of 60% marks in aggregate from a recognized university with one of the following Streams
Mechanical Engineering
Electrical Branch :
Eligibility: Four years BE/BTECH Engineering degree with a minimum of 60% marks in aggregate from a recognized university with one of the following Streams
Electronics Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Control Engineering
Telecommunication Engineering...
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These are the ways by which you can become aeronautical engineer. First go through it . If you still have query you can ask again. To be an aeronautical engineer one should have a graduate degree (B.E/B.Tech.) or at least a diploma in Aeronautics.The degree and postgraduate degree courses are offered by the engineering colleges and Institutes of Technology (IITs), and the diploma courses are available at polytechnics. There is also the Associate Membership Examination of the Institute of Engineers (AMIE), which enables working people in the private and public sector, or diploma holders to acquire a Bachelor's engineering degree through distance education by studying the syllabus and appearing for the Associate membership examination of the Institute of Engineers (AMIE) conducted by ASI ('The Aeronautical Society of India'). This degree is equivalent to aeronautical engineering degree. Those with a degree in electronics, mathematics or physics can also find opportunities in this area.The basic eligibility criteria for BE/B.Tech program in aeronautical engineering is 10+2 with science subjects, (Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics),.After 10th you can go for diploma on aeronautical engineering.After diploma student try for B.E/ B.TECH. If you are not able to do so then you can try for job after diploma and with that try for engineering for AMIE while you are working . My suggestion will be as you in one year you will complete your There are lot of good option after that - Master in finace and control, MBA , CS , CA , ICWA , teaching , animation and multimedia . journalism , masters in economics , bank and civil services job e.t.c . Actually there are lot of option after B.COM. So Why to go back to zero .Age will also be an issue for you . Feel free to ask further question.

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Hi Rajesh,

With the qualification you are accuring it is difficult to study aerospace engg. The subjects of aeronautic engg.are totally different from what you are studying now.

I would suggest you to study or make your approach this way provided you have time in your hand:

You should acquire a qualification of graduate or diploma degree in aeronautic engg. To get a graduate degree you have to sit for Joint entrance exams. Where you will have to answer question on mathematics,physics & chemistry. So you have to be good in this subjects.Apart from this you can study through distance education from (AMIE)i.e. Associate Membership examination of the institute of engineers. but atleast you should have a diploma.The degree provided by AIME is equivalent to aeronautic graduate degree.

Duration : The duration is four years, ending with a degree recognised by the ministry of education, government of India. The diploma courses are of 2-3 years duration.

I suggest you do study the subject properly which you are studying now. That also will lead to good career openings like. CA,CS ICWA, jobs in Bank,Financial institute etc.
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Rajesh to do B.TECH in aerospace engineering you must be 12th passed with Maths, Physics, Chemistry. You need to qualify in engineering exams like IIT-JEE, AIEEE or other state level or private engineering exams . The upper age limit to be eligible for the exam is 25 years. However, there is relaxation of 5 years for SC/ST/PH candidates. There are also criteria in terms of marks like for AIEEE 50% marks for general category candidates and 40% for SC/ST/OBC/PH category candidates is required . You can also study engineering through AMIE mode .AMIE stands for Associate Member of Institution of Engineers., Those who successfully complete AMIE will get equal opportunities for job as well as higher education, just like a B.E or B.Tech holder. Eligibility is-A recognized 3-year Polytechnic Diploma or its equivalent in any branch of engineering. (No marks restriction) and +2/HSC/PDC with Physics, Chemistry& Maths with minimum 45% marks. . The course is best suited to people who are working , but you can also do it . You are not eligible for master level course as you had not done B.TECH . You can also try for diploma course in aerospace engineering in polytechnic colleges for which eligibility is 10nth passed. But that mean going one step back as these diploma are done in place of 12th . After providing these information i would like to suggest you that engineering course require lot of hard work, lot of theory studies ,assess your abilities before taking the decision of going for aerospace engineering . Also check your age , money , eligibility in terms of subjects you have taken in 12th for courses which require 12th pass . Feel free to ask further question .... ► Read more
Hi Kavya,

It is absolutely wrong to say that civil engineering jobs are not suited for girls. You should know that almost 25% of the civil engineering students are females. If you like it also you should definitely become a civil engineering. It is a highly demanding sector and there are a lot of jobs in this field. If your college offers placements and you have the right talent you will definitely get a campus placement.

Best of Luck!
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