I scored 68% in my junior college and scored 88 in maths, which made me eligible for IT. So could have gone to any college providing IT but chose this as I got shortlisted here before other colleges and completed all the formalities including fees and everything. But as the procedure for transferring to other colleges is tedious and it sucks thanks to mumbai university.
The curriculum was very theoretical for the course I chose, would have enjoyed if there was more interactive stuff and practical. For the course which i chose ,its more of theory in India as compare to other countries thats what made is boring. Thought study wise the college is great and teaches well but it suck ls when it comes to doing studies and other activities.
I've been in St. Andrews College for 2 years now and have 3 more to go. I really liked the faculty of both the junior and degree college. There are many activities offered from sports to singing, acting and dancing to our course related activities. There is a huge campus with a basketball and volleyball court. The professor's too are very good.
I chose a simple BCOM degree after doing commerce in junior college at St. Andrews itself. There was no entrance exam as such. The marks of our HSC examination was the cut off for the different streams. I scored an 80.46% in my HSC exam. I had the option of choosing from a lot of courses like BMS , BAF , BBI ,BMM and many more but I liked the broad scope of subject offered in BCOM. BCOM covers all the topics and has a small part of the other streams too. So I made the decision to choose BCOM bec...
One of the best place to pursue your education. All your educations learning would be meaningful the amount of time period spent would not be regretful.
I did take the CAT examination during the admission of the college. I found that this college is one of renowned college in the Mumbai City and the experience was the best.
College was awesome. All catholic friends, christian environment with pluralism and tolerance, helped me excel in my academics. Faculties were strict and didn't allow nonsense. No shorts, skirts on the campus (the princi would do rounds of the front and back campus - like the movie Kuch Kuch Hota Hai lol). A good place to be in for holistic social development, but for academics, it was more like self-study.
CET (Common Entrance Test) - I scored 52 on 100. This was required for BSc(IT) admissions with Math being compulsory at 10+2. I got lucky to get selected in the final list and hence this college.
I have been in this college for 4 years and it ha been a gret experience there has been rare fights with teachers and management but overall it has been a great journey.
Never taken an entrance exam opted for this particular college because it had a good name and i fit the minority quota.
I never took any entrance. Course joined directly after HSC.
Good opportunities in varied industries many of them were place and salary offering differed from one to another.