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Dear student I guess you have 86 percent only in science it is not aggregate percentage, anyways it is encouraging but calculate your aggregate percentage. Again you have not mentioned whether you have passed out 10th or 12th?? If your aggregate percentile at 12th level is more then ninety percent then you must try IIT-JEE entrance test for IIT- Indian Institute of Technology a premium institution in India offers excellent technology based course work B.Tech /MTech/MS/Ph.D in engineering where biotechnology is also one of them.This criteria was meant for IIT only, other than this you can go for AIEEE gateway for engineering course at btech, mtech level offered by equally good university / institute/ organization. So you have two gateways IIT-JEE and AIEEE to join biotech engineering or bioengineering at B.Tech or BE level. Make sure you have very sound background of maths and physics and credited in your transcript also. B.Tech and M.Tech in Biotech, bioengineering, nanotechnology, nano-sciences, marine engineering, marine sciences, fisheries are also options for you offered by govt and private universities both. Apart from biotech agriculture sciences and engineering both are equally interesting and potential branch of natural sciences which also requires excellent background in biology and maths. Another options are also available for you:
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