Being a Class 12th passed candidate with PCB group you are not eligible for pursuing Bachelor of Architecture degree course as for the same you need to be a higher secondary school degree holder with Mathematics as main subject with at least 50% aggregate from a recognized board.
What subjects do I need to study architecture? As an architecture degree will involve mathematics and science, some universities may require you to have studied these subjects at school/college.
The science stream (pcm) is required for architecture.
Yes, a pure PCB student can attempt IIT JAM Examination. IIT-JAM is an entrance exam conducted by different IITs every year for admission of students in the M.Sc. … courses are available for a Mathematics student.
Yes, a PCB student without maths can do engineering.
Yes, you can do B tech but in branches like biotechnology only, if you are a Biology student and you don't have maths. And even for btech biotechnology, not the college offers it to Biology students.
Yes, you are eligible but you need to give entrance test as you are not having mathematics as a subject but you can join this course by giving LPU's entrance test I.
Yes , you can do preparation for IAS if you belong PCB stream because it doesn't matter from which field you are , the only thing which required for an IAS candidate is that he should have any graduation degree from a recognized college.
No, you must have studied Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in class 12th to be eligible for JEE Main and Advanced.
Originally Answered: Can I apply for NDA when I'm a PCB student? Yes ofcourse you can. Anyone who has completed class 12th in any stream can apply for NDA, but you have to pass in the Mathematics paper of NDA which is of 300 marks. So if you can prepare for the Maths, then go ahead and apply for NDA.
Physics, chemistry and maths will no longer be mandatory subjects for admission to undergraduate courses in architecture, according to the approval process handbook for 2022–23 released by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) on Tuesday.
You can certainly do an architecture degree with a commerce subject background at 12th class. Although some government colleges demand a science background like, compulsorily studying physics, chemistry and maths, most private colleges accept even commerce background students.
Is JEE Main Paper 2 compulsory for architecture? A. No, it is not but for colleges under JEE Main and JEE Advanced i.e. IITs & NITs accepts JEE score. The National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) conducted by the Council of Architecture is mandatory for admission to first year BArch.
Chemistry is a strong subject but it isn't required for architecture.
Natural Sciences, Especially Physics
Natural science classes are useful for a career in architecture. While physics is the most obvious science because it offers engineering and structural knowledge, other sciences are important, too.
Yes, Biology students are eligible to apply for the JEE.
Yes why not, students of biology, agriculture, biotechnology can study Civil Engineering but only at postgraduate level. In general, students of biology background are accommodated in Environmental Engineering for postgraduate taught or postgraduate research.
Sorry dear but if you are a pcm student who is appearing in the board exam in 2020 then no you are not eligible for neet examination 2020.
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Yes you can apply for bank PO as a student of PCB without maths. The minimum qualification required for bank PO is a graduate inany faculty alongwith other eligibility conditions.
Yes you can take CS or CSE after taking biology….
Yes, a PCB student can apply for bcom or bcom hons. under pmsss by selecting general degree under the category before choice filling. B.Com comes under general degree courses in pmsss like BSC, BBA etc . This degree do not require mathematics as a compulsory subject during 12th class.
Yes, Biology students are eligible to apply for the JEE. Many Biology students take up Maths as a secondary subject and in the rare case of not wanting to pursue Biology, they end up appearing for JEE. JEE is a test of Physics, Chemistry and Maths only; your Biology knowledge wouldn't help you at all.