Can a fresher BE CSE graduate from Mumbai University join e-Masters in Cyber Security at IIT Kanpur?

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    Arindam Mondal | Contributor-Level 7

    a month ago

    Yes, it's possible for a fresher BE CSE graduate from Mumbai University to join an e-Masters programme in Cyber Security at IIT Kanpur, but it ultimately depends on the specific requirements and criteria set by IIT Kanpur for admission into that program. They would need to meet the eligibility criteria, which may include academic performance, entrance exam scores, and possibly other prerequisites. It's advisable to check the official website of IIT Kanpur for the most accurate and up-to-date information regarding admission requirements for the e-Masters programme in Cyber Security.

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    a month ago

    Yes, you can do that as maximum 100 seats are there. The minimum eligibility is Bachelor's degree (4 years program) or a Master's degree in appropriate discipline with at least 55% marks or 5.5/10 CPI + 2 years of work experience.

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