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I am Deepak G. I have got AIR 1597 in JEE, state rank 70 in AI3E, and bitsat score of 372.

I have shortlisted the following choices,in no specific order, for now;

IIT Madras Chemical engineering

BITS Pilani Comp.Sc.

NITK E&C/ Comp. Sc.

Can you give me the pros and cons of each choice and also your personal opinion on my preference. Can you elaborate on the scope and job opportunities of Chemical Engg. in the IITs?

Thank you.

6 years ago


Answers : (1)


if u is initial velocity and @ is angle of projection then at any time t velocity can be given by



Vx = u*cos@

Vy = u*sin@ - g*t


Best of Luck!!!!

6 years ago

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