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There is no other option to learn computer engineering for intermediate failures

there is no other option to learn computer engineering for intermediate failures

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RE: There is no other option to learn computer engineering for intermediate failures

Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD
Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD
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Founder & CEO: Discovering Careers India
  • pune

Dear Aspirant,

If you have failed, how can you get admission into engineering courses?

If you have failed in intermediate, it is mandatory to get passed intermediate. Alternatively, you can go for Diploma in Computer Engineering based on your 10th std marks.

If not, complete you graduation and then you can go for computer courses like MCA, MCM, etc.

Best wishes

RE: There is no other option to learn computer engineering for intermediate failures

Aparna M Venkatesan
Aparna M Venkatesan
Verified Career Expert
PhD Management And Organizational Psychologist
  • Hosur

Dear aspirant,

I am sorry to hear that you have failed your intermediate course. But I would strongly urge you to resit for your exams and pass them as passing HSC exams is mandatory to be able to do a graduate degree in future. This is the first basic step that needs to be through for a stable future.

As you have mentioned that you are inclined about 'Engineering', please be informed that no colleges in India will offer a study place for Engineering if you have not cleared your intermediate. Qualifying intermediate or HSC is mandatory to apply for an Engineering degree anywhere in India or even abroad. So, you will have to confidently gear up and appear for a resit. Please enrol yourself for coaching classes to be able to pass the previously failed subjects. You may also work out previous years question papers to gain confidence in appearing for the resit.

As I said, for doing a Computer Engineering degree, passing HSC is mandatory. However if you are interested in studying computer science but not at an Engineering level, you may also consider doing Diploma courses in Computer science. You can enrol for a three year regular Diploma in Computer science and later on progress to do PG Diploma in Computer science.

Suppose, you get interested in studying an Engineering degree in computer science in later years, you may do it soon after your three year Diploma course. There are many colleges in India that considers Diploma students directly on to their second year Engineering program. This is known as 'Lateral entry system'. This way, passing your three year Diploma course, you directly get admission into the second year of the Engineering degree. Therefore you will be finishing your Engineering degree in three years unlike the conventional four years. However, you should inquire with colleges of your interest, whether or not they will admit you after your Diploma. To my knowledge, most of the state owned colleges does.

Hope this helps. All the best.

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