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Reality Check of Polytechnic Course | Polytechnic Aspirants must know

Polytechnic: Admission, Course, Scope, Job, Salary all you need to know

Polytechnic is an all-time favorite course in India among the students who look for a job oriented diploma course after class 10th. If you are also looking for a job oriented diploma course right after class 10th then Polytechnic should be your choice. There are few of others diploma also available in the market such as ITI but the reason polytechnic became most popular diploma after 10th is after Polytechnic you can get jobs easily in the private sector and you can also further pursue your career in graduation right after Polytechnic.

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If you wanted to pursue your career in Engineering, Polytechnic (Polytechnic Course) can be the right course after class 10th to start with. After successfully completing the Polytechnic you can go for the B.tech (Bachelor of Technology). After Polytechnic you can get admission directly the second year in B.tech (Bachelor of Technology) through Lateral Entry Process.

If you are a class 10th student and planning to get admission in Polytechnic (Polytechnic Admission) you might have fewer questions related to the Polytechnic or Polytechnic course like other Polytechnic aspirant have. So don’t worry, you are at the right place because in this article we are going to answer most frequently asked questions about Polytechnic. Please go through the complete article and know more about the Polytechnic.

What is Polytechnic?

This is the most common question and it comes in almost every Polytechnic aspirant mind. I am damn sure that you may also have the same question that what exactly this Polytechnic course is? Isn’t it come in your mind?

So here is the answer, Polytechnic is a three years diploma course which can be pursued right after 10th. Polytechnic is a semester-based course of six semesters in which from the first semester to five semesters you will have to go through the academic and in the final semester (six semesters) you will go through the industrial training. Polytechnic can be done in three major fields such as Polytechnic in Engineering, Polytechnic in Management and Polytechnic in Pharmacy. If you wanted to get admission in the field of Engineering or Management then the academic qualification is class 10th only but if you wanted to get admission in Pharmacy then to meet the basic academic qualification you will have to clear class 12th Science (math/Biology).

“Due to the lack of awareness, most students have not even heard about the polytechnic diploma in management.”

If you successfully completing your Polytechnic in any stream (Branch) you can get entry-level jobs in various industry in the private sector very easily. There are many industries in the market offer jobs to the Polytechnic Students. Industry such as – ITES, Constructions, airlines, Automobiles, Manufacturing, Food etc.

How can I get admission in Polytechnic?

Hmm, this the most valid question about Polytechnic admission. Lots of students keep asking this question over the internet. Almost every state has a specific Authority to conduct Polytechnic Entrance test every year if you are a class 10th student or you have cleared the class 10th then you are eligible to fulfill the admission test form. And I said earlier for Pharmacy course the basic eligibility is class 12th (Class 12th appearing students are also eligible) Polytechnic Entrance test is based on the syllabus of class 10th and 12th depending on the branch you have applied for.

Most Popular Polytechnic Admission Test in India

  • Uttar Pradesh (UP) Polytechnic
  • Haryana Polytechnic
  • Delhi Polytechnic
  • Bihar Polytechnic
  • Maharashtra Polytechnic
  • West Bengal Polytechnic
  • Odisha Polytechnic
  • Kerala Polytechnic
  • Andhra Pradesh Polytechnic
  • Assam Polytechnic
  • Gujarat Polytechnic
  • Jharkhand Polytechnic
  • Himachal Polytechnic
  • Karnataka Polytechnic
  • Madhya Pradesh (MP) Polytechnic
  • Rajasthan Polytechnic
  • Punjab Polytechnic
  • Tamil Nadu Polytechnic
  • Telangana Polytechnic
  • Uttarakhand Polytechnic

There are many private institutions/University have their own entrance test for Polytechnic Admission.

Scope after Polytechnic?

Questions such as Career after Polytechnic or Scope after Polytechnic is always floating in the minds of every Polytechnic Aspirant and Polytechnic Students. You may also have the same question and it is very genuine that one should know about.

Okay, let me answer this question very thoughtfully Scope of Polytechnic is pretty good in terms of both further study and jobs after Polytechnic. As we all know Polytechnic is considered as a job oriented courses after class 10th. After Polytechnic you can get entry-level jobs in various private organization. Such as Wipro, Spicejet, Jet Airways, Unitech, DLF, GMR infra, HCL, Hero etc. and salary is also pretty good as a polytechnic fresher you can get a starting salary 12k to 20k per months.

You can also get jobs in the various public sector such as Indian Railway, PWD, BSNL, NTPC etc. These companies offer jobs to the Polytechnic diploma holders through various government exams. If you don’t want to do jobs after Polytechnic then you can continue your study further, you can get admission in the second year of B.tech (Bachelor of Technology) and BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration) through lateral entry.

Fee Structure – Polytechnic fee structure

Fee Structure a term comes in almost everyone’s mind if they think to get admission in any professional courses. But Polytechnic is not that expensive at all. The average fee of a Polytechnic course is around 50k to 2 lac, depends on the college you are getting in. Usually private Polytechnic college charges more like 12k to 30k per semester but if you get admission in any government Polytechnic colleges then you will have to pay somewhere around 3k to 6k per semester.

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