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Is BSC in CS programme a good option from St. Stephen?

Asked 2018-06-28 01:31:13 by Paras Pant

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St. Stephens College, DU is a highly coveted college and many students aim for this college. So, if you are interested in learning and pursuing a career in Computer Science, then it is a good college.

What is the scope of B.Sc in Applied Physical Science with Industrial Chemistry? Is it a good course or not? What are the career prospects?

Asked 2018-06-27 01:15:30 by Rahul Yadav

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To pursue B.Sc Applied Physical Science with Industrial Chemistry as a career option solely depends on your interest. If you are highly interested in it then you may pursue it. Talking about the scope of the program, it aims to offer students an insight of chemistry as used/ applied in industry. Career prospects include- Researcher, technician, teacher, lab chemist, chemical engineer associate, etc.

I wish to take admission in B.Sc Mathematics or Physics. I belong to OBC Category. Will I be able to get a college in the third cut off or not? I have got 81.2% in class XII.

Asked 2018-06-27 01:12:47 by Rahul Yadav

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The admission to any particular college/course under DU depends on various factors like your percentage, category, stream, desired college, and course. So, to get an idea about which all courses and colleges you can get with your percentage and category, you can check the percentage of marks at which admission closed for various programmes for academic session (2017-18) in DU here (Page 224 onwards).

Will I get admission in DU in Physical Science with Electronics? I have got 80.4% marks in 12th class and I belong to OBC category.

Asked 2018-06-26 23:59:56 by Aisha Bakhshi

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The admission to any particular college/course under DU depends on various factors like your percentage, category, stream, desired college, and course. So, to get an idea about which all courses and colleges you can get with your percentage and category, you can check the percentage of marks at which admission closed for various programmes for academic session (2017-18) in DU here (Page 224 onwards).