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    Am i eligible for Campus recruitment drive after getting 50% marks in 10th, 64.3% in 12th and 70% in B.E?

    sir i got 50% marks in 10th std and 64.3% in 12th std but igot 70% in b.e so could i m elligible for cmpus recruitment or if not then plz tell me what to do because i srsly want to do job in it company so for which company i could be elligible plz help me out.

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    Paritosh_31 Paritosh_31 is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Am i eligible for Campus recruitment drive after getting 50% marks in 10th, 64.3% in 12th and 70% in B.E?

    As far as your eligibility is concerned, it depends on the company that visits your campus.
    Like some companies have criteria that - a student should have above 60% in 10th, 12th and graduation.
    while others have criteria like- above 60% in b.tech/B.E only.

    It depends upon the college and the Carreer cell which interact with the company.
    See, in some colleges where the relative percentages of the students are low or the students are less in numbers for selection, then many companies lower their criteria and for students who have exceptionally done well in their b.tech/B.e, for them the rules are bent and they are given a chance to at least appear for the written exam.
    So, it all depends.

    Companies like TCS, HCl demand for 60% overall in all three(10th , 12th and graduation) while companies like Infosys demand for 60% in just B.tech.

    Actually nowadays companies also put emphasis on 10th and 12th and b.tech/B.E percentages because of two reasons-
    ~Firstly it acts as an filter that filters out many students and so less interviews have to taken of the students who have consistent performance during their last years.
    ~Secondly they check whether there is an improvement in the student's profile or there is a decline or the student is maintaining his academic profile with a consistency.

    It adds as a plus point for you before the interview but if you are giving a interview then the main thing that matters is what you presented in front of the interviewee ans how clear your concepts are.
    So, if you get a chance to appear for the interview of any company forget all the past things and just focus on that present moment which will finally be the deciding one.

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