Which Colleges Offer Multimedia and Animation Courses?

Admissions Open: The Quint along with our knowledge partner CollegeDekho will answer all your admissions queries.

Published27 May 2019, 01:18 PM IST
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“Aage kya karna hai?”

Confused and tired of answering this questions to your chacha, bua and the neighbourhood Sharma ji? Don’t worry, we are here to clear your confusions and queries.

The Quint, along with our knowledge partner CollegeDekho, will clear up all your admissions doubts. All you need to do is send your questions to eduqueries@thequint.com or WhatsApp at 9999008335.

“The daughter of my domestic help has got 78% in 12th with Accounts as her main subject. While I have advised her to seek admission in the regular college for BCom (preferably, with Honours) to pursue Chartered Accountants’ profession. Coming from an economically weaker section, she wants to do BCom through correspondence, while I am insisting on regular college because I feel regular ones are better in developing a personality as well. She has a feeling that there are no proper studies in regular colleges. She is Delhi-based. What is the fees structure of regular colleges for Honours and ordinary subjects?”
G C Mathur

Hello GC Mathur,

There is a lot of difference between pursuing a course in regular and distance mode. While regular courses have regular classroom sessions, the reliance on self-study is limited. When it comes to distance or correspondence courses, students need to work hard, and they rely more on self-study.

If she wants to pursue a Career in Charted Accountancy (CA), it is better to join the CA course first and apply for BCom course in correspondence mode. Nowadays, most of the CA aspirants are pursuing CA and BCom course side by side.

“I got 94.8% in my class 12 and 81.2 percentile or 218217 ranks in JEE Mains. Should I peruse BTech in a UP colleges or IP colleges since my rank isn’t good or I should get enrolled in a DU college and peruse BSc from there?”
Shilpi Jain

Dear Shilpi,

You have a good percentage in Class 12. Do you like to get into engineering or science courses? If you are planning to pursue BSc, let me clear that you have a good chance to secure admission in DU.

You can check the previous year cutoffs for DU for BSc course. DU online registration process is expected to commence in June. Pursuing BSc from DU will have excellent career prospects.

If you are willing to get into NITs with a rank of 2,18,217, you can just check the opening and closing ranks of NITs for JEE Main. If you are much sure about pursuing engineering, you can aim for an admission in UP or IP engineering colleges, as admission chances in NITs may be limited for you.

“Are there any counsellors in Pune who can help me select a college for physiotherapy as per NEET marks?”
Shirin Zafar

Dear Shirin,

Here is the list of some of the top Physiotherapy colleges in Pune:

 Which Colleges Offer Multimedia and Animation Courses?
“My daughter cleared her class 12 this year from PCB and her marks are, bio-85; chemistry-92; physics-72; English-97; biotech-85. She is a bit confused about whether she should go for BBA (she is interested in commerce) or pursue biotech. She is not particularly interested in MBBS. Which would be the better option career-wise?”
Vinita Srivastava

Dear Vinita,

Don’t you think changing the stream from science to commerce in UG may be irrelevant? Your daughter has good marks in science subjects, and she will shine well if she chooses a course like Biotechnology.

However, it depends on her interest. BBA course too has good career prospects. Firstly, please ask your daughter whether she is interested in pursuing biotechnology because you mentioned that she is not interested in pursuing MBBS course only.

“I got 84.75% in class 12 (ISC) and my subjects were commerce, business studies, accounts, Hindi and English. Now, I want to apply for BA in English in DU. Can I get admission in DU?”
Naina Haseeb

Dear Naina,

Usually, the cutoff for BA English (Hons) course in top DU colleges are high. So, the chances of securing admission in top DU colleges in the BA English (Hons) course may be limited for you in the four cutoff lists. However, there are some chances for you to get admission in the DU fifth cutoff list. The cutoff is different for various categories like SC/ST/ OBC/ General etc.

“Would you help me to find some good south Indian institutes for multimedia animation?”

Dear Kannanunni,

Here is the list of some of the top colleges that offer courses in Multimedia and Animation -

 Which Colleges Offer Multimedia and Animation Courses?
“My son is taking admission in Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Bengaluru for two years full-time MBA course. Please suggest whether we should go ahead or not? How is the placement?”
Sam Abraham

Dear Sam,

Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham is one of the better options for pursuing MBA course. The institute offers good placement assistance to students. You can also have a look at the list of top MBA colleges in Bengaluru.

“I have completed my class 12th (PCB, CBSE) and have scored 70%. I have also scored 375 in NEET 2018 and 170 in BHU agriculture exam. I am interested in pursuing BSc (Hons) in Agriculture or Physiotherapy. Could you suggest some descent physiotherapy/agriculture college or University in Delhi, Mumbai or Bengaluru?”
Abhishek Jha

Dear Abhishek,

If you want to pursue Physiotherapy course in Mumbai, NEET-UG 2019 score is mandatory. 2018 score of NEET-UG exam is not valid for Physiotherapy admissions in Mumbai for the academic session 2019-20. BSc Agriculture admissions 2019 in various states and universities have commenced. You can check the list of Physiotherapy colleges in Delhi and Bengaluru. It is advisable to participate in the counselling process BHU for admission in Agriculture course. The list of BSc Agriculture colleges in Mumbai, Delhi and Bengaluru can be checked here.

“I have opted for Humanities! Which subject should I opt for? My interest is in political science! Which other subjects you think will be more important for me?”
Shubh T Naik

Dear Shubh,

Firstly, it is advisable to check the list of UG courses available after Class 12 Arts and Humanities. The list of courses will help you to choose the right course for your career. On the other hand, the selection of courses completely depends on you. If you want to get into UPSC civil services, political science may be the right course for you. If you want to become a teacher or lecturer, you can choose different courses in Arts stream as per your interest.

“I have scored 88.5% in my class 12 (ISC). The subjects which I took were physics, chemistry, maths , computer science and English. Which course would be the right one for me and what are the possible jobs after that?”
Shivam Bohra

Dear Shivam,

You have different options to choose from. You can either go for BSc courses or BTech. BSc and BTech courses have good career prospects. What is your aim? Which career do you want to choose? The selection of the right course completely depends on your career aspirations.

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