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is that necessary,to have science as a subject

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Old 04-19-2007, 04:52 PM
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at +2 level,if someone wants to pursue his career in automation can anyone take admission in automated engineering without having science in 12th.
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Well considering that automation needs engineering and software skills - I'd say you would need at least physics as well as some math.
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you need it for sure dude.HIT THE BOOKS HARD! GOOD LUCK FREDDY
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