I have not opted for any course as such, since i am from evening college. I didn't had enough money to join to course, morning i used to work and then go for college in the evening, had lots of problem at home. This is main reason why i didn't opt for any course.
There were many companies came for campus recruitment but at time we passed out that year was not good for IT industries and business was down and so call recession due to this i didn't get job for more then a 3 to 4 months. Later i got opportunity to join an MNC.
I always wanted to take Travel and Tourism Management as my course since I like to travel and explore something which is not evoked. I scored 92% in my 12th Boards and my only aim was to get into SJCC.
The companies they associate with or the companies who come here for the recruitment are well reputed ones and can give us a good exposure. Companies like Delloyd, Google, Goldman Sancs etc have been recruiting their trainees from here. Also since I'm in the first year, i do not have much knowledge about the companies who provide job opportunities to the students.
It was evening college which was more convenient for me since I was working. Admission process was simple.
It was good & had gained good knowledge. We had projects which was interesting doing it. We had library which had books we could refer to complete my course. ...
I finished my PUC in which i scored 80.5% . I chose B.COM because i have an inclination to commerce and with the prevalent atmosphere i heard from my seniors i was sure SJCC was the place to be.
I had undergone an interview with the principal and the dean of the college after my results of the 12th Standard. The entrance process was based on the marks obtained in my PUC Level Examination.
The placements were excellent. The Companies that came in were Goldman Sachs, Google, DE Shaw, Ernst & Young, KPMG. Delloits, Gen Pact, Tally, Accenture, Tata Consultancy Services.
CAT, 89% those college repo is good as comparison to other college and the course was bit different and unique and in admission process there was a written as well as viva was there.
More than 80% people placed and nice companies like dell, amazon, flipkart, KPMG and GOLDMAN SACHS came for recruitment and almost everyone got job.
The Institute is very good education wise and transition form schooling to career is well handled the only draw back is increase the gender ratio.
A common eligible test conducted by SJCCI opted for this college as learning and completing the course was the students ownership, students were not spoon fed and we had to refer to multiple books related to the topic in class and the library was good.
No entrance Its one of the best college in bangalore. I scored 91.5 % One of the best college for commerce .Number 2 in India.
83 % of the students get placed. Top comapanies Like kp, mg, Deloitte, Google. And all visit our college.Package ranges from 2.3 lakhs to 6 lakhs.
There is no requirement for any entrance exams to get placed in the college if you are taking up B.Com as you course, it depends on your previous academics and on how the interview goes on with the management. They give preference to Catholic students as the are a Christian run institute.
As it is an autonomous college the Curriculum is done by them which is up to date and in par with top colleges in India. Through the 3 year course they split the subjects in accordance with the level of understanding and time taken to learn and teach each subject very well.
This is for twinning programme and classes are only on weekends so entrance exam is not required.
Well this is not applicable for us. We are already working. This is an executive programme and we do not require placement. We can make contacts with the seniors or fellow students and get referred easily.