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« Reply #15 on: December 12, 2011, 07:29:42 pm »
Quote from: justinsaxena on December 12, 2011, 01:38:54 am
Quote from: ngTWD on September 02, 2010, 08:07:27 pm
Quote from: kapil1991 on September 02, 2010, 07:12:11 pm
SO if we can get a degree and become engineers with 200 credits then  why do placement requires 214 credits ????
 Is it a requirement by companies tht visit the campus????





yes it is the requirement by all the top notch companies visiting for campus placements especially the core companies in the respective streams



i have been having this doubt from past 2 years.
If we leave credits in 214..for eg. If one subject to 4 credits is left then in my total b.tech percentage would that one subject's total marks be considered?
Or will they total the marks of only subject credits that i have secured leaving out that one subject from the calculations?


In the consolidated marksheet all your marks of subjects are there whether you cleared them or not.
So if you got a back somewhere but later cleared it then final marksheet would carry your updated marks with which you cleared your back in that subject and show 214/214 credits.
So in other words getting a back wont cause a problem if you clear it before 8th sem and won't even be reflected on your consolidated marksheet, but obviously try avoiding backs and that isnt too hard in IP and even if you get one clear it by 6th sem bcause some companies demand no current backs.

But if you got a back and left the subject or couldn't clear it, your marksheet will carry your original marks and show 210/214 credits.

However there is another scenario which I'm not sure of but you can drop elective subjects in your final year before you sit for your exam and that subjects wont be mentioned in your marksheet and you would get say 210/210 or 206/206 credits. But I'm not absolutely sure about this and one shouldnt try to do this as again you would have trouble at the time of joining any company.
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« Reply #16 on: September 25, 2012, 11:43:19 pm »
Quote from: Furia-Cieca on December 12, 2011, 07:29:42 pm
Quote from: justinsaxena on December 12, 2011, 01:38:54 am
Quote from: ngTWD on September 02, 2010, 08:07:27 pm
Quote from: kapil1991 on September 02, 2010, 07:12:11 pm
SO if we can get a degree and become engineers with 200 credits then  why do placement requires 214 credits ????
 Is it a requirement by companies tht visit the campus????





yes it is the requirement by all the top notch companies visiting for campus placements especially the core companies in the respective streams



i have been having this doubt from past 2 years.
If we leave credits in 214..for eg. If one subject to 4 credits is left then in my total b.tech percentage would that one subject's total marks be considered?
Or will they total the marks of only subject credits that i have secured leaving out that one subject from the calculations?


In the consolidated marksheet all your marks of subjects are there whether you cleared them or not.
So if you got a back somewhere but later cleared it then final marksheet would carry your updated marks with which you cleared your back in that subject and show 214/214 credits.
So in other words getting a back wont cause a problem if you clear it before 8th sem and won't even be reflected on your consolidated marksheet, but obviously try avoiding backs and that isnt too hard in IP and even if you get one clear it by 6th sem bcause some companies demand no current backs.

But if you got a back and left the subject or couldn't clear it, your marksheet will carry your original marks and show 210/214 credits.

However there is another scenario which I'm not sure of but you can drop elective subjects in your final year before you sit for your exam and that subjects wont be mentioned in your marksheet and you would get say 210/210 or 206/206 credits. But I'm not absolutely sure about this and one shouldnt try to do this as again you would have trouble at the time of joining any company.


Thank You Furia-Cieca Sir, for enlightening us !!
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