The college is more like school and less like a college. There are always attendance issues. You need to have a certain amount of attendance for giving the exam. There should be more flexibility in the course structure as well.
I didn't give any entrance because I was enrolled in batch of 2013 and in that year FYUP i.e. four year undergraduate course. So in that admission was done on the basis of percentage.
The management of the college is good. Every thing is well maintained.
IIT JEE was the entrance exam and I told this course because I always wanted to do BTech and I have interest in the technical field and various types of coding languages.
I didn't opt for any exam the admission was on the basis of percentage scored in 12th standard I scored 87% the college is one of the prestigious colleges in university quiet and focused on moulding the students.
A college society is dedicated for internships any student interested in internships has to enroll themselves frequent interviews are held in campus and internship opportunities are made available for interested students besides this interviews are held for 3rd year students by the respective departments.
It was through 12th standard marks and cut off was decided by Delhi university. I chose this university because it is one of the top 10 DU colleges and has the best faculty. Teachers are also very interactive and ambitious.
I scored 84% in cbse Xll class in humanities stream. Although i always wanted to pursue fine arts in graduation but since i failed to clear the entrance of art exam therefore i opted for political science(H) as a graduate subject. I always wanted to be a part of delhi university so i chose this college as it is the oldest girls college with a great alumna.
The college topped in all aspects in providing the mass communication students the studio and equipment facilities. One thing that always touched my heart was the facilities for the PWD/blind students. The college infrastructure makes sure they are comfortable and self-reliant all the time.
IP College for Women is known best for its BMMMC course, the course which I pursued. Thousands of students flock in from different states to seek admission to this course. The college held its independent entrance exam during my time. It was a two-tier exam. First one was objective and second, subjective. It declared about 5 cut-off lists and I was amidst the lucky ones to get selected.There was no GD/PI round. Students were selected by their performance in entrance exam.
The college overall was good but I couldn't understand the fee.
Its based on merit from HSSLC. The college is outside the main campus in one of the best neighborhood of Delhi. Its quite, clean and safe. Good place to stay for studying.
I scored 93 best four in my 12th boards and got admission on merit based.
This will be our last year so companies are supposed to come this year. Last year companies didn't come as far as i know.
Bad thing is that during summers we used to suffer a lot. I want some a/c facility much be provided to us :-P and yes the quality of food that is served in the college canteen seriously requires to get improved.
I gave no entrance exam for admission in the college. It was on the basis of marks and the percentage. In the first cut off i got the admission and as ip college for women is the top college in Delhi university so I didn't think twice and took admission in the college.
It was overall a very good experience however times have changed and so must have the college administration.
There used to be an internal College Entrance Exam for the course there was no scoring but one needed to pass the entrance to get admission in the course. I opted for IP College it is a reputed Delhi University College and offered good Faculty for my choice of course.