I failed in 3 subjects of my class 12th (science). Can I get admission in engineering colleges?

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    Sumit Kumar Singh Time to create Illusion to Reality! | Contributor-Level 7

    4 years ago
    How can you expect engineering still now?
    Don’t think that everything is engineering.
    Success has infinite sources.
    So, change your thought and step towards your passion and interest in which you never fail whether it is small or big.
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    Bishal Baishya An Aspiring Writer & Podcast Host | Guide-Level 12

    4 years ago
    I would suggest you to go for NIOS. Appear again and do well. Best of luck.
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    Kirti Vishwakarma Bibliophile | Contributor-Level 10

    4 years ago
    Failing in some subjects in class 12th is not that bad. But if you are looking for a good career option in engineering you should give the exam again of Class 12 by National Institute of Open School (NIOS). Since many of the colleges set minimum requirement of 60% for admission. Improving your percentage will also help you further in other opportunities and placement.
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    Mansi Mahajan Happiness is my strength. | Contributor-Level 6

    4 years ago
    If you are really interested in engineering so take admission in NIOS and give your the best. I might say "failure always shows better results than toppers".
    All the best.
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    Shraddha Tiwari | Guide-Level 11

    4 years ago
    No, you can't get admission in any college until you clear your class 12th. So you will have to reappear in the exams and pass in them all then only you will be eligible to get admission in any college.
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    Jayant Gupta I am man of my words and dedicated towards my work | Contributor-Level 8

    4 years ago
    After getting failed in 3 subjects in 12th that too from science then how can you even expect to do engineering this year? You should leave the thought of engineering after getting failed in 3 subjects. Just go on something else. But first of all clear your 3 subjects and all the best.
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    Rahis Khan

    4 years ago
    No, you can't. Also, after getting failed in 3 subjects, you should drop the idea of doing engineering. It can take up to 5-6 years for you to complete engineering.
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    Shashank Sharma Software Developer ,ZS Scholar ,AIT-Pune'20 | Guide-Level 12

    4 years ago
    No, you can't get admission unless you pass them.
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    Bhaskar Chatterjee

    4 years ago
    You have to reappear on 12th board through improvement test to become eligible for engineering or any other course.
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    sujay pardeshi Studying In K.K Wagh polytechnic , nashik .

    4 years ago
    If you think that engineering is easy then you are wrong.
    You can get admission but it would have no value because you have already failed in 3 subjects and in engineering there are great chances to get supplementary.

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