Eligibility for B.Arch in most of the top universities is pass with 60% aggregate marks in 10+2 (with English and Maths) or Diploma (any stream) (3 years) recognized by Central/ State Govt. (with Mathematics), subject to qualifying marks as per NATA 2018 or qualifying marks in any specially designed aptitude test in Architecture conducted by the competent authority of the Central/ State Governments (as/ if allowed by statutory body for 2018-19), e.g. JEE (Main) Paper II.
It will be advisable if you do your degree from a well known university that provides prim
B.Pharm: After b.pharm you can practice as a Pharmacist.
BPT: It includes using exercise and movement to facilitate recovery from illness or injury.
Some of the Good Universities for both of these courses are:
- Grant Medical College, Mumbai
- Lovely Professional University
- University College of Medical Sciences & GTB Hospital, New Delhi
- Christian Medical College, Vellore
I hope it helps.
Be ready to face some tough years
In every field, you have to face tough years, where there is no work or payment is not so much. Same in architecture, you have to establish yourself. Persistence is the key to success. You should be putting everything you have into your job.
You should have the quality to resolve anything. Initially, you should have a distinctly resolute approach, which will help you grow. Many times you may think of quitting, many times the situation may not seem right, many times you may not get anything to work. It's not like it is only there in architecture, in ever