Management were kind of bad no one were responsible and actually inner war were there that's coz of students study
The college infrastructure was well maintained, library facilities were very good. Online platform was also good. But education standard and placement cell were not up to the mark.
Yeah obviously college life is the best time of our life's. We learn many things we grow up with actually living that college life its not possible.
Collage is good and overall collage are very good thank you.
The management was not good full of red tape chain u need run a lot for a single work.
Suresh Gyan Vihar University(SGVU) is an autonomous university established by Government of Rajasthan Jaipur under Act No. 16 of 2008, passed in state Assembly of Rajasthan, giving it the status of 'State University'. The Vision of the university is to provide the opportunity for students to obtain knowledge in a variety of disciplines and to provide an educational foundation for a range of administrative, operational and management careers.
Fact and Figure of Suresh Gyan Vihar University (SGVU)-
All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE)
Pharmacy Council of India (PCI)
National Board of Accreditation (NBA)
All Indian Universities (AIU)
Schools at SGVU
School of Engineering and Technology
International School of Business Management
School of Hotel Management
School of Pharmacy
School of Sciences
Girls Hostel-I & II
Boys Hostel-III & IV
Capacity of 1200 persons
Why to join the Suresh Gyan Vihar University-
The SGVU has the academic collaboration with (1). IMI University Centre, Switzerland (2). Jackson State University, USA (3). Swansea University, UK
The university has the industrial tie-ups with (1). Steinbeis Corporation, Germany (2). The Education Consultants of India Ltd. (EdCIL) (3). Rajasthan State Food and Civil Supplies Corporation Ltd. (RSFCSC)
Ranked top 3 universities and Rated A++ University by the Financial Express Group
Rated A++ University study by pioneer year 2013
Scholarship to the SC/ST/OBC and meritorious students.