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T John College Bangalore Admission

As a recognized leader in educational field T John College Admission draws independent minds from diverse backgrounds across India. The administration is constantly working to ensure that the programmes support a fulfilling life and a successful career for the students. The institution seeks students who are bright and engaged inside and outside the classroom and who shows curiosity and willingness to take intellectual challenges. It is also a campus of diverse backgrounds, beliefs and cultures. Beyond all the credentials that go into evaluation, a students’ overall academic record is the most important. The admission to the college is open now and interested students should follow the criteria before applying.

T John College Bangalore Admission - Eligibility Criteria:

  • For MBA candidates need to secure 50% marks and 45% for reserved category from any recognized university
    • Entrance exam is necessary. Candidates must apply in any of the exam PGCET/MAT/KMAT
  • For BBA applicants need to qualify 10+2 in any combination
  • For MCA admission a minimum of 50% (45% for reserved categories) in all subjects with maths/ statistics in degree level or 50% marks in maths/statistics in 10+2
    • Entrance exam is compulsory in any of this PGCET/MAT/KMAT
  • For BCA 10+2 qualification required in any combination
  • Admission in B.Com requires to qualify in 10+2 in any combination
  • For admission in T John College of Pharmacy (bachelors) applicants need to qualify 10+2 with 40% marks (5% relaxation for reserved categories)in PCB/PCM/PC with Computer Science/PC with Electronics
    • Candidates who have secured 50% (5% relaxation for reserved category) approved by pharmacy council of India shall be admitted directly to 2nd B.Pharma course
    • For Master of Pharmacy a pass in B.Pharma examination of RGUHS and secured 55% marks (5% relaxation for reserved categories)
  • For BHM qualifying marks is 45% in 10+2 in any combination
  • To get enrol in Bachelor of Fashion and Apparel Design qualification required is 10+2 in any combination
  • For BA in Journalism qualification needed is 10+2 pass in any combination
  • Admission in T John College of Engineeringin B.E in Computer Science/ Electronics and Communication/ IT/ Mechanical is to qualify 10+2 with a minimum of 45% (40% marks for reserved categories) in physics, maths, biology, biotechnology, chemistry, computer science or electronics irrespective of marks secured in PCM subjects in the entrance exam
    • Entrance test is compulsory in any CET (for Karnataka students only)/ COMEDK/AIEEE/JEE
  • For B.Sc in Nursing pass in 10+2 with a minimum of 45% (5% relaxation for reserved categories) in Physics, chemistry, biology and English taken together
  • For Ph.D-VTU candidate should secure Master degree from any recognized university with a minimum CGPA of 6.75 out of 10 or 60% aggregate
  • Pharma.D admission requires candidates to pass 10+2 or equivalent exam with physics and chemistry as compulsory subjects along with mathematics/ biology Or Qualify D Pharma from PCI approved institution
  • For D Pharma minimum qualification is 10+2 with physics, chemistry, biology or mathematics as compulsory subjects
    • Candidates should be 17 years of age at the time of admission
  • GNM requires a minimum qualification of 10+2 or any equivalent exam with a minimum 45% marks in physics, chemistry, biology and English taken together
    • 5% relaxation marks for reserved categories (applicable only for Karnataka students)

T John College Ranking is dominating in the front page as published by various media houses, academicians due to its contemporary curriculum, faculty pool, and innovative teaching methodologies and so on. This as a result attracts students who wish to be a part of this educational roller coaster that provides ample freedom for personal growth and intellectual discovery. As per University norms the maximum number of admission for each course is 30-35 in each section.

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