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Yes i was posted for 12 month in different departments and general stipend paid to me was 7000/month.
We faced so many problems as management need to improve so many things no channeling system to raise an issues .Some time due to poor management environment became very tensed.
9 semester and 4 professional exams were conducted ; each subject is followed by practical exams .it was really hectic but I enjoyed studying.
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Yearly cultural programme organised by college students itself ; many other college also particularly invited to our cultural programme various games and competitive activities are held.
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