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I am a student of X Grade, studying in Sharjah, U.A.E.  I would like to know the courses to be studied for IIT admission.  Also please let me know about the admission procedure for those students doing their X and XII abroad. Tks. Aparna Sharma

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u must hav phy, maths n one of computer or chemistry or biotech as optional subject..


if u hav indian nationality u can give d xam d same way as other ppl in india give.


 


more info check this site


http://jee.iitd.ac.in/


 


plzzz approve d answer if u like it

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