Frequently Asked Questions


The basic eligibility criteria needed to pursue B.E. / B.Tech is as follows :

  • You need to pass Class 12th with minimum 60% marks in Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry from a recognised board to join good college. However, there are colleges which take students who have scored 45% - 50%.
  • Your age must be between 17-23 years.
  • You need to appear for entrance exams such as JEE-Mains, VITEEE, WBJEE etc.

  • M.E./ M.Tech to study on the technical side
  • MBA, if you wish to move your career on the management track
  • Gain work experience for a couple of years in private or public sector. That may give you a clearer picture of your interest area to decide between M.Tech and MBA.

So, in a nutshell, you should pursue a course based on your interest and skills as it will help you to achieve your long term career goals. Think and decide wisely where you wish to see yourself in future.

The main difference between MBA and PGDM is that MBA is a degree and is offered by universities, whereas, PGDM is a post-graduate diploma offered by AICTE approved institutes.

Indian universities come under the University Grants Commission (UGC) and can, therefore, award degrees like the MBA degree, also known as MMS in Mumbai. Universities follow the UGC format for course content. On the other hand, reputed management institutes design their courses based on industry feedback and business relevance. They are not covered under the UGC

Importantly, when it comes to job opportunities, institute reputation matters more than the name of the degree or diploma.

  • PGDBM – Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management
  • PGDBA – Post Graduate Diploma in Business Administration
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Management
  • MBA – Masters in Business Administration
  • MMS – Masters in Management Studie

In order to pursue full time MBA or PGDM program you need:

  • Graduation in any field with at least 50% aggregate marks to be eligible to apply.
  • Then, you need to clear the selection process of the B-school, starting with an entrance test accepted by the B-School. For e.g. CAT, MAT, SNAP, CMAT...

Any candidate having minimum age of 17 years can apply for MBBS

The candidate must have completed 10+2 years of scholling from either CBSE, State or ICSE with minimum of 50% passing marks (10% relaxiation for candidates belonging to SC/ST categories )

The candidate should have Physics, Chemistry, Biology as compulsory subjects

The National eligibility cum Entrance Test commonly known as NEET is the entrance test fr students applying for MBBS

Along with NEET several exams are conducted on the Institutional & University levels

AIIMS & JIPMER are Institutional level examination for applying fo MBBS

The full form of CLAT is Common Law Admission Test. It is a national-level law entrance exam conducted by the Consortium of National Law Universities.

There are 22 national law universities that give admission only on the basis of CLAT score. Apart from NLUs, more than 70 law schools also accept CLAT scores for admission purposes. You can use the CLAT score for admissions to the participating colleges.

CLAT is conducted at both undergraduate and postgraduate law programmes. CLAT UG paves way for admissions in 5-year integrated law programmes whereas clearing CLAT PG is conducted for admissions to LLM programmes.