How to get VTU Consolidated Marks Card (CMC) of Single Sem?


What is Consolidated Marks Card of All the Semesters?

A Consolidated Marks Card of All the Semesters is a single marks card that contains marks of all the semesters, i.e from 1st Sem to 8th Sem.

What is Consolidated Marks Card of a single Semester?

Consolidated Marks Card of a single Semester is a marks card of a particular semester. It contains marks of all the passed subjects in one marks card.

When can you apply for Consolidated Marks Card of a single Semester?

Anyone can get  Consolidated Marks Card of All the Semesters or Consolidated Marks Card of a single Semester at any time after you complete your semester with passing marks. You can apply even after 10 Years of completing your education.

Why would you need Consolidated Marks Card of a single Semester?

You would need when you have passed a Semester in re-attempts, and you would be fed up with lot of marks cards of a Semester and therefore you would apply for consolidation.

Does a Consolidated Marks Card of a single Semester shows first attempt total score or second attempt total score?

Consolidated marks card of a single semester shows the first attempt total score.

Is Consolidated Marks Card of a single Semester mandatory to have?

Consolidated Marks Card of a single Semester is not mandatory. It is an optional certificate.

This post shows you how to get a “Consolidated Marks Card of a single Semester”. So here we go!

Requirements to get the Consolidated Marks Card of a single Semester:

  1. Make an online payment
  2. Fill the Consolidation application form for single sem
  3. Take the photocopy of the marks Cards
  4. Get an A4 size Envelope from a stationary shop
  5. Submit

Step 1: Make an online payment


Note: VTU has removed the PayUMoney link from its website

VTU Payment Link
Click State Bank of India
VTU Payment Link 2
Click Proceed
VTU Payment Link 3
Choose “F-Fees TO BE PAID BY STUDENT-EXAMINATION”
VTU Payment Link 4
Choose the required certificate and enter amount
VTU Payment Link 5
VTU Payment Link 5
VTU Payment Link 6
Choose your mode of payment
  • Note down the Transaction ID/Payment ID at the end of your payment. You need to fill this Payment ID in the Consolidation application form.

Step 2: Fill the Consolidation application form


Consolidated Application Form
Consolidated Application Form

Step 3: Photocopy of the marks Cards


  • Photocopy only those marks cards for which you need consolidation. For example, if you want consolidation of the 3rd semester, then get the photocopy of all passed 3rd-semester marks card
  • Don’t worry if you do not have failed marks card.

Step 4: Get an A4 size Envelope cover from a stationary shop


  • Put Consolidation application form, photocopy of required marks cards in the envelope
  • Write the below address on the envelope

To,
The Registrar(Evaluation
Visvesvaraya Technological University “Jnana Sangama”
Machhe Belgaum: 590 018

  • Your Address on the other side of the envelope

Step 5: Submit


Choose one of the following options to submit your application,

Option 1: Submit in VTU Bangalore Regional office, or any other VTU regional office nearest to you, and get your transcripts in 15 to 20 working days:

VTU Bangalore Regional Centre:
Visvesvaraya Technological University, Regional Center Bengaluru,
RHCS Layout Annapoorneshwarinagar, Nagarbhavi, Bengaluru-560091.
Fax: 080-23186932,
PDC/Transcript:080-23016694
General Enquiry:080-23016669
PG and Ph.D Related:080-23016692
Exam Related:080-23016654/23181188
E_Mail: sorob4@vtu.ac.in

Other VTU Regional offices

Option 2: Speed post it to VTU Belgaum through DTDC or Professional courier, or some other mailing service to the below-given address,

To,
The Registrar(Evaluation)
Visvesvaraya Technological University “Jnana Sangama”
Machhe, Belgaum: 590 018

Option 3: Visit VTU Belgaum before 12 PM, and submit personally, and receive your Consolidated marks card on the same day in the evening…

See how I went to Belgaum:
How to go to VTU, Belgaum for Receiving certificates? The Procedure

Please Note:

If you plan to submit in Belgaum, no need to carry the xerox copy of  Marks Card, no need of anybody’s signature, no need of anybody’s attestation, no need of letter. But you must carry any Identity proof such as College ID, Driving License, Election ID proof or any other ID proof.

Option 4: Submit to your college

 


Here is an example of Consolidated Marks Card of a single Semester


Before Consolidation:
Before Consolidation: 7th Sem Marks Card, First Attempt
Before Consolidation: 7th Sem Marks Card, First Attempt

 

Before Consolidation: 7th Sem Marks Card, Second Attempt
Before Consolidation: 7th Sem Marks Card, Second Attempt

After Consolidation:

After Consolidation: 7th Sem VTU Consolidated Marks Card
After Consolidation: 7th Sem VTU Consolidated Marks Card

About Cognizant Technology Solutions: Company Information


  • Cognizant was founded by three American Indians.
  • Cognizant was named as Dun & Bradstreet Satyam Software (DBSS) when it began.
  • Cognizant is a multinational corporation that provides IT services, including digital, technology, consulting, and operations services.
  • Cognizant serves three key industries: Digital Business, Digital Operations, and Digital Systems & Technology.
FOUNDED January 26, 1994
FOUNDER Kumar Mahadeva, Lakshmi Narayanan, Francisco D’Souza
Current CEO Francisco D’Souza
HEADQUARTERS Teaneck, New Jersey, United States
OFFICE PRESENCE India, UK, Hungary, The Netherlands, Spain, China, Philippines, Canada, Brazil, Argentina, Mexico etc.
EMPLOYEES Over 261,400 employees(150,000 are in India)
REVENUE US$14.81 billion (2017)
Clients Cognizant serves Financial Services and Healthcare industries, Manufacturing, Retail & Logistics, Communications,
Information, Media & Entertainment and Technology industries. Some of its star clients include Adobe, Amazon, DELL, HP, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, SAP, Siemens…
PRODUCTS Analytics & Information Management, Business Process Services, Intelligent Products & Services, CRM, SCM, IoT,
Cloud, Intelligent Automation, Infrastructure Services, Quality Engg. & Assurance, Application Services, Enterprise
Risk & Security, Interactive Solns., HCM

 

COGNIZANT HISTORY:


  • Cognizant began as Dun & Bradstreet Satyam Software (DBSS)
  • In 1997, DBSS renamed itself to Cognizant Technology Solutions
  • In September 2014, Cognizant struck its biggest deal, acquiring healthcare IT services provider TriZetto Corp for $2.7 billion.

COGNIZANT ACHIEVEMENTS:


  • Became a Fortune 500 company in 2011.
  • Cognizant was the first company to be listed on NASDAQ 100.
  • In 2015, the Fortune magazine named it as the world’s fourth most admired IT services company.
  • In 2017, Cognizant was named in Fortune’s Future 50 list.
  • Cognizant is number one in Top 10 companies receiving H-1B visas to bring immigrant workers to the United States.
  • Cognizant is among the largest recruiters of MBAs in the industry
  • In October 2012, Newsweek magazine ranked Cognizant 50th among the 500 largest publicly traded companies in America,
    in its annual Green Rankings.
  • Fortune magazine’s “100 Fastest-Growing Companies” list for ten consecutive years from 2003 to 2012.

COGNIZANT RECENT NEWS:


  • Cognizant acquired Belgium company Hedera Consulting in May 2018
  • Cognizant Celebrates 20 Years as Nasdaq-Listed Company; Executives Ring Closing Bell
  • Cognizant Ranked Among the Top Three Healthcare Information Technology Companies of 2018 in Healthcare Informatics 100
  • Cognizant Recognized as Services Partner of the Year at Temenos’ Annual Partner Awards

 

About Cognizant Technology Solutions Company Information

VTU Phone (Helpline) Numbers and Email IDs to Contact (2018)


If you have any questions you can contact VTU through their Phone numbers or you can write an Email to them.

Here is the list of phone numbers and Email IDs to contact VTU


Purpose VTU Contact Number Email Id
Questions related to examination matters in UG(B.E/B.Tech/B.Arch) Courses Bangalore Region  0831-2498139  exambangalore @ vtu.ac.in
Questions related to examination matters in UG(B.E/B.Tech/B.Arch) Courses Belgaum Region  0831-2498156  exambelgaum @ vtu.ac.in
Questions related to examination matters in UG(B.E/B.Tech/B.Arch) Courses Gulbarga Region  0831-2498156  examgulbarga @ vtu.ac.in
Questions related to examination matters in UG(B.E/B.Tech/B.Arch) Courses Mysore Region  0831-2498150  exammysore @ vtu.ac.in
Questions related to examination matters in PG(M.Tech/MCA/MBA) Courses All Regions  0831-2498140  exampg @ vtu.ac.in
Questions related to Ph.D & M.Sc ( engg )  0831-2498142  research @ vtu.ac.in
Questions related to Marks card  0831-2498138  markscardenquiry @ vtu.ac.in
Questions in respect of examination matters Autonomous section 0831-2498255
General helpline numbers of Examination Section 0831-2498147
0831-2498196
0831-2498131
0831-2498136
Matters request personal attention of registrar (Evaluation ) N/A  re @ vtu.ac.in

How to Recover from the Effects of Masturbation (Masterbation)


Sperm and semen are not the same things. Semen contains just 1% sperm and the rest is composed of nutrients: Proteins, Vitamins, Minerals

The nutrients of Semen include:

vitamin C, calcium, copper, Vitamin B7 (Biotin), Vitamin B3(niacin), chlorine, citric acid, fructose, lactic acid, magnesium, nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, vitamin B12 and, zinc

Zinc, copper, Vitamin B7 (Biotin), Vitamin B3(niacin)  are the primary ingredients in Semen. When you masturbate too much, it’s easy to get deficiencies.

Zinc Deficiency

Zinc is useful for the immune system, growth, wound healing, taste and smell, hair, nails, and skin

Copper Deficiency

Copper is useful for healthy red blood cells, nerve function, and connective tissue production.

Low energy Anxiety
Poor immunity Acne
Bad memory Tooth decay
Inability to focus Migraine headaches
Oily skin Hair loss
Chronic fatigue Depression and fatigue
Diarrhea Mood swings
Dandruff
Irritability
Nerve dysfunction

We get only a few milligrams and micrograms nutrients in 100g of food. So we need to eat a lot of foods that contain the necessary nutrients. Things that you eat and drink can affect your semen’s smell and taste. Each time a male masturbates, 5 to 25 calories are lost.

Also Read: Masturbating is Injurious to health

How to overcome/recover from the effects of masturbation


When you masturbate too much the nervous system is affected the most. Then there is a huge possibility of diagnosing thyroid cancer or getting Hypothyroidism. Follow these 9 steps to overcome/recover from the effects of masturbation:

  1. Take Multivitamin tablets
  2. Take a head bath soon after masturbating
  3. Get Enough Sleep
  4. Eat Zinc-rich foods
  5. Eat Copper rich foods
  6. Eat Vitamin C rich foods
  7. Eat Vitamin B3 (Niacin) rich foods
  8. Eat Vitamin B7 (Biotin) rich foods
  9. Drink lots of Water but do not drink after 8PM

1. Take Multivitamin tablets


Recover from the effects of masturbation

2. Take a head bath soon after masturbating


This may sound dumb idea but you will feel rejuvenated after you take a bath.

Recover from the effects of masturbation

3. Get Enough Sleep


Recover from the effects of masturbation

4. Eat Zinc-rich foods


Eat food that is rich in zinc such as wheat, oysters, sesame seed, Watermelon seeds, Egg yolks, Dark chocolate, beef, and lamb

Recover from the effects of masturbation
Recover from the effects of masturbation

 

5. Eat Copper rich foods


Include this copper-rich food in your diet, mainly Mushroom sesame seeds, and dark chocolates.

 

Recover from the effects of masturbation
Recover from the effects of masturbation

 

6. Eat Vitamin C rich foods


Recover from the effects of masturbation

 

7. Eat Vitamin B3 (Niacin) rich foods


Recover from the effects of masturbation

 

8. Eat Vitamin B7 (Biotin) rich foods


Recover from the effects of masturbation

 

9. Drink lots of Water but do not drink after 8PM


VTU Engineering Admission Fee Structure & Eligibility 2019


Academic Eligibility and Fee structure for the year 2018-19 to seek admission to 1st /3rd Sem B.E. /B.Tech and 1st Sem B.Arch. Courses

The Academic Eligibility to seek admission to Engineering B.E./B.Arch 1st and 3rd semester and the University Registration and other fees for the academic year 2018-19 are notified as under.

  1. The candidates who have the following credentials shall be eligible for seeking admission to 1st year B.E. / B.Tech. / B.Arch. courses for the academic year 2018-19.
  2. This shall be applicable to all candidates seeking admission to all colleges under the purview of this University (including Private / Govt./ Aided/Unaided / Minority / Affiliated/ Autonomous etc.) under both Government and Management Quota.
  3. Rounding of total aggregate percentage is not permitted. i.e. Total aggregate percentage is 44.98%/39.99%, it cannot be treated as 45%/40% respectively.

Admission eligibility to B.E./B.Tech. Courses


  • Admission to 1st year/ 1st semester Bachelor Degree in Engineering/ Technology (Regular Shift/ First Shift) shall be open to the students who have passed the II PUC/ XII Standard/ Equivalent Examination with English as one of the Languages and obtained a Minimum of 45% of Marks in aggregate in Physics and Mathematics along with Chemistry / Bio-Technology/ Biology / Electronics / Computer.
  • In case of SC/ST and OBC (Cat-1, 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B category) students from Karnataka (Karnataka candidates) the minimum marks for eligibility shall be 40 %.
  • With regard to the qualification earned from foreign countries, Equivalence certificate from the Association of Indian Universities is Mandatory for admission to B.E./B.Tech programme. In case of any dispute about the equivalence in qualification earned from foreign countries, the decision of the Equivalence committee shall be the final in establishing the eligibility of student
  • Those students, who have passed a qualifying examination other than the PUC II examination of the Pre-University Education Board of Karnataka, have to obtain eligibility certificate for seeking admission to B.E./B.Tech. Degree programme from VTU, Belagavi.
Table 1: Fee to be collected from the students admitted to BE 1st Sem
No. Particulars 1st Year(Rs.)
1 Registration Fee * 3,000/-
2 e-learning Fee 2,000/-
3 Eligibility Fee
Karnataka 1,000/-
Non-Karnataka/SAARC Country 2,500/-
Foreign National/ PIO/NRI 12,500/-
4 e-consortium Fee 750/-
5 Sports Fee 100/-
6 Sports Development Fee 150/-
7 Career Guidance & Service Fund 20/-
8 University Development Fund 500/-
9 Cultural Activities Fee 50/-
10 Teachers Development Fee** 25/-
11 Student Development Fee** 25/-
12 Indian Red Cross Membership Fee# 50/-
13 Women Cell Fee#* 10/-
14 NSS Fee##
Existing unit Non Existing Unit
40/- 50/-
Total Fee Payable
Karnataka
Non-Karnataka/SAARC Country
Foreign National / PIO /NRI
Existing unit Non Existing Unit
7720/- 7730/-
9220/- 9230/-
19220/- 19230/-

Admission eligibility to B.E. Lateral Entry Diploma (Day College)


Admission to II year/ III semester Bachelor Degree in Engineering/ Technology (Lateral Entry) shall be open to the Diploma and B.Sc. graduates.

  • Must have passed diploma or equivalent examination qualification as recognized by University and secured not less than forty-five percentage (45%) marks in the final year examination (fifth. and sixth semesters) in the appropriate branch of engineering.
  • In case of SC/ ST and OBC students from Karnataka, the minimum marks for eligibility shall be forty percent (40%).

Admission eligibility to B.E. Lateral Entry Diploma (Evening College)


  • A candidate who has passed Diploma examination or equivalent examination and obtained an aggregate minimum of 45% marks taken together in all the subjects of the final year (fifth and sixth semesters) diploma examination is eligible to B.E courses, and 40 % of marks In case of SC /ST and backward classes of Karnataka candidates.
  • In addition to this a candidate after passing the diploma, must have a minimum of two years full time work experience as on first September of the year of admission, in a registered firm/ company/ industry/ educational and Government Autonomous organizations in the branch of Engineering/ Technology, in which the candidates hold a diploma, and in which admission is sought by he/she.
  • Further that employment shall be in an establishment situated within 15km from the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagar Palike limits in respect of Bengaluru or limits of the City Corporation in case of other City Corporation
  • Explanation: Professional experience means employed on a regular basis
    • The government, Government Undertaking, Public Sector Undertaking, Corporation or
    • In a private company registered under the Directorate of Industries and Commerce or the Directorate of Small Scale Industries or
    • Government, Government recognized Institutions as technical staff. Provided that the period of apprenticeship undergone shall also be treated as professional experience, if sponsored by the Board of Apprenticeship Training, Southern Region, Chennai or by Government, Government undertakings and Public Sector Undertakings.
  • Those candidates who have completed Diploma from other than Karnataka State shall provide Equivalence / Eligibility Certificate from DTE, Karnataka.

Admission eligibility to B.E. Lateral Entry (B.Sc.)


  • Must have passed B.Sc. degree from a recognized University recognized by the UGC or equivalent qualification as recognized by University and secured not less than forty-five percentage (45%) marks in aggregate (considering the marks of all six semesters).
  • In case of SC/ST and OBC students from Karnataka (Karnataka candidates), the minimum marks for eligibility shall be forty percent (40%). Candidates must have studied Mathematics as the subject of study at XII Standard.
Table 2: B.E. (Lateral Entry students – Diploma  and BSC): Fee to be collected from the students
No. Particulars 1st Year(Rs.)
1 Registration Fee * 3,000/-
2 e-learning Fee 1,500/-
3 Eligibility Fee
Karnataka 1,000/-
Non-Karnataka/SAARC Country 2,500/-
Foreign National/ PIO/NRI 12,500/-
4 e-consortium Fee 750/-
5 Sports Fee 100/-
6 Sports Development Fee 150/-
7 Career Guidance & Service Fund 20/-
8 University Development Fund 500/-
9 Cultural Activities Fee 50/-
10 Teachers Development Fee** 25/-
11 Student Development Fee** 25/-
12 Indian Red Cross Membership Fee# 50/-
13 Women Cell Fee#* 10/-
14 NSS Fee##
Existing unit Non Existing Unit
40/- 50/-
Total Fee Payable
Karnataka
Non-Karnataka/SAARC Country
Foreij!n National / PIO /NRI
Existing unit Non Existing Unit
7220/- 7230/-
8720/- 8730/-
18720/- 18730/-

Admission eligibility to B.Arch.


  • Admission to the first year of the course shall be open to the students;
    • who have passed the two-year Pre-University examination conducted by the Karnataka State Pre-University Board with Mathematics as a subject of study; or
    • who have passed 10+2 of the Central Board of Secondary Education (C.B.S.E.) or equivalent with Mathematics as a subject of study; or
    • who possess Three-Year Diploma in Architecture or any stream of Engineering recognized by Government of Karnataka, or any other State Govt. or Central government or any other Diploma qualification considered equivalent thereto by this University ;
    • who possess an International Baccalaureate Diploma, after 10 years of Schooling; or
    • Who have passed any other examination recognized by the University as equivalent thereto
  • Candidates coming from Diploma streams shall not be entitled to any exemption of any subject at the B. Arch. degree course, hence no provisions for lateral entry to the course.
  • The candidates shall have secured a minimum of 50% of marks in aggregate in the qualifying examination. Provided that candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes and any other groups classified by the Government of Karnataka for such purpose from time to time shall be considered eligible for admission if they have passed the qualifying examination giving eligibility for B.Arch. admission with 45% of marks in aggregate.
  • All the candidates seeking admission to B.Arch. shall pass the NATA (National Aptitude Test in Architecture) conducted by the Council of Architecture, New Delhi or JEE Paper -2. This requirement is to be fulfilled by all candidates including those belonging to Scheduled Castes, scheduled tribes, and other classified groups.
  • Qualification in NATA is subject to the candidate getting at least cut-off marks in the two individual components and also getting at least the qualifying marks in aggregate.
  • Those students, who have passed a qualifying examination other than the PUC II examination of the Pre-University Education Board of Karnataka, have to obtain eligibility certificate for seeking admission to B.Arch. Degree Programme from Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belagavi.
Table 3: Fee to be collected from the students admitted to B.Arch. 1st Sem
No. Particulars 1st Year(Rs.)
1 Registration Fee * 3,000/-
2 e-learning Fee 2,500/-
3 Eligibility Fee
Karnataka 1,000/-
Non-Karnataka/SAARC Country 2,500/-
Foreign National/ PIO/NRI 12,500/-
4 e-consortium Fee 750/-
5 Sports Fee 100/-
6 Sports Development Fee 150/-
7 Career Guidance & Service Fund 20/-
8 University Development Fund 500/-
9 Cultural Activities Fee 50/-
10 Teachers Development Fee** 25/-
11 Student Development Fee** 25/-
12 Indian Red Cross Membership Fee# 50/-
13 Women Cell Fee#* 10/-
14 NSS Fee##
Existing unit Non Existing Unit
40/- 50/-
Total Fee Payable
Karnataka
Non-Karnataka/SAARC Country
Foreign National / PIO /NRI
Existing unit Non Existing Unit
8220/- 8230/-
9720/- 9720/-
19720/- 19730/-

 

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Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU)


Visvesvaraya Technological University is a technical university located in Belgaum, Karnataka. The University was established by Government of Karnataka in the year 1998. University is named after Karnataka’s greatest engineer Sir M. Visvesvaraya. VTU is Accredited to AICTE, CoA, UGC

Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) is one of the largest universities in India. The university has 202 affiliated colleges, 1 constituent college and 17 Autonomous colleges with undergraduate courses in 35 disciplines, PG program in 94 disciplines and Ph.D& M.sc(Engg.). The VTU revises the syllabus every four years.

VTU has the authority over engineering colleges of Karnataka. It is a requirement for engineering colleges in the state to be affiliated with the university. 16 of its affiliated colleges is recognized by the World Bank for getting financial assistance.

 

Undergraduate courses offered by Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU)


Board Undergraduate courses
Architecture Architecture
Automobile Engineering Automobile Engineering
Biotechnology Biotechnology
Civil Engineering Cement Technology, Ceramics & Civil Engineering, Construction Technology and Management, Environmental Engineering
Chemical / Polymer Engineering Chemical Engineering and Polymer Science & Technology
CSE / ISE Computer Science & Engineering and Information Science & Engineering
Electrical Engineering Electrical & Electronics Engineering
Electronics & Communication Engineering Electronics & Communication Engineering, Telecommunication Engineering
IPE / IEM / MA Industrial & Production Engineering, Industrial Engineering & Management, Manufacturing Science & Engineering
IT / BM / ML Biomedical Engineering, Instrumentation Technology, Medical Electronics
Mechanical Engineering Aeronautical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Mining Engineering, Precision Engineering, Printing Technology, Tool Engineering
Mechatronics Engineering Mechatronics Engineering
Silk / Textile Engineering Fashion Technology, Silk Technology, Textile Technology

 

Postgraduate courses offered by VTU


Board Postgraduate programs
Civil Engineering Computer-Aided Design of Structure, Construction Technology, Environmental Engineering, Geo-Informatics, Highway Technology, Structural Engineering, Transportation Engineering And Management, Infrastructure construction and management.
Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering
Computer Science and Engineering Computer Engineering, Computer Network Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, Information Technology, Software Engineering
Electrical Engineering Computer Applications in Industrial Drives (ECD), Energy Systems & Management (EEM), Microelectronics and Control Systems (EMS), Power Electronics (EPE), Power Systems, Engineering (EPS)
Electronics & Communication Engineering Digital Communication Engineering, Digital Communication & Networking, Digital Electronics, Digital Electronics & Communication, Digital Electronics & Communication Systems, Electronics, Industrial Electronics, Information & Communication System, Network & Internet Engineering, VLSI Design & Embedded Systems, Signal Processing, Communication Systems, Intelligent Systems
IP Engineering Manufacturing Science & Engineering (MSE), Master of Engineering Management (MEM), Product Design & Manufacturing (MPD), Production Engineering & System Technology (MPT), Production Engineering (MPE), Production Management (MPM), Production Technology (MPY)
IT Engineering Biomedical Signal Processing & Instrumentation
MBA Master Of Business Administration
MCA Master of Computer Applications
Mechanical Engineering Computational Analysis in Mechanical Sciences, M.Tech in Aeronautical Engineering (MAE), Industrial Automation and Robotics (MAR), Computer Integrated Manufacturing (MCM), Design Engineering (MDE), Engineering Analysis (MEA), Machine Design (MMD), Thermal Power (MTP), Tool Engineering (MTE)
Textile Technology Textile Technology

 

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