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Yes, campus placement is there in our college. In fact, internship fairs took place after a few days. From 3rd year or 5th-semester, students are eligible for campus placement. Varieties of companies are coming. Some are big companies some are startups and others. The average package is 6L per annum, not more than it. And my plan after it as I am a CA student so I am preparing for CA-inter and college is just for graduation purpose and for improving my CV.
The admission process nowadays is quick and efficient. Earlier we have to go to the college physically and have to stand in line for many hours. But nowadays it's simply we have to register on an online website and take admission according to the college we get, but online there are some problems like approval from the college take so much time sometimes it takes 3-4 days for approval and sometimes it's approved by college approved by convenor but sometimes it doesn't approve by principal soo this has to be taken into consideration. About the college, I was a first-year student not able to college bcz of this covid but I have seen and enjoy college virtually. The teachers are good and friendly. They help in every aspect. The societies are very nice in the virtual platform also they organise many events. I am also in one of the societies named com hub. It's one of the best society. So lastly I would say college is one of the best college and just waiting for reopening of my college.
The placement cell of the college conducts Internship Fair every year in the month of February which provides internships to all year students and campus placement for the last semester of the students with respect to their courses. Difference companies visit every year and provide different offers like KPMG came a previous year and if we talk about the highest and average package it depends on the company. If we talk about the ratio of students getting placements then it is 8-10% because they don't get good offers.
In my college, firstly at the time of admission, it took only 1-2 hours and the admission process is the same as other DU Colleges with respect to date and other things as well. College faculty is also very good but the infrastructure is not Fully developed but college has good societies like COMHUB THE COMMERCE SOCIETY and art and culture society and many more societies which enhance skills. College is a very good location as the metro station is hardly 50 metres from college and bus stand is also not so far. There are so many good locations near the college like Lodhi Garden, Lajpat Nagar, etc. I use the collegedunia app and some videos from YouTube to know about this college.
Students are eligible to grab placements through the second years. A fair is organised by the Comhub the commerce society of DSCE in which students have to appear and give the interview and other rounds as per the company procedures. Companies that come for placement is zomato, Homeflic Wegrow, Wipro BPO and other small companies. The highest package is around 4,00,000 and the average package is around 2,50,000. 5% of students get placement through college. After graduation, I would like to prepare for government exams.
I am eligible to take admissions in two colleges first was Acharya Narender Dev College and the second was Dyal Singh Evening College. Firstly I applied for ANDC but after discussing with my family and relatives I take admission to DSCE. There was a three-day timeline for admissions. I went for 2nd day but due to some less document and large students, my admission is not completed. Then I went on the 3rd and last day And I got admission through signing an undertaking because I had one missing document. After submitting all documents in college I paid the fees in the evening and then my admission was completed.
The placement cell organizes campus placement every year. Final year students are eligible to take part in the campus placement organized by the placement cell. The estimated highest package offered to any student was around 3LPA.
This college comes under the University of Delhi. It has one of the best teaching faculty at the University of Delhi. The admission is done on the basis of the cut-off list issued by the University of Delhi. The university realizes 5-6 cut-off lists generally between July-August.
The Chance of campus placement is very low as only a few companies Came to visit and only a handful of students are selected. Students who are not selected apply for jobs in various companies of Delhi NCR.. And i know many of my seniors getting jobs in Big 4's and other reputed companies.I am doing CA so after my graduation, I will start my articles
Good Aspects - Here faculties are very friendly in nature. They help you throughout the semester - Good Metro and Bus Connective - Friendly Environment - all sports facilities are available here - College Library The only bad aspect is campus politics The admission process is quite easy, you just have to give your document.I got my admission done in just 30 minutes. It was the best college among many other options given to me in that specific cutoff I choose this after getting reviews from Quora and Facebook groups( DU Updates)
The college provides internship oppurtunities to first and second-year students and placements oppurtunity to final-year students. The placements are very good. Some big companies visit the campus to hire a good talent with an average package of around 5 lacs. Some students join their jobs and some go for higher studies. I will go for mba after completing BCom h
Very good college with great faculty and infrastructure facilities. Good canteen, a very big campus, and great sports facilities. Faculty with 20+years of experience. Good location in south Delhi with metro at Jawaharlal Nehru stadium.
In the 6th semester, students are eligible for campus placement but students can go for internship in their 1st semester, there are a lot of companies come for internship. There are a lot of companies visit for internship and placement like KVCH, Times of India, etc. And generally offers packages around 2-3lacs per annum. Around 50-60% of students get placement in college but that depends up om the students because some of the students go for outside placements.. yes! They can take outside placements and Internships too. And some of them don't want to take jobs and want to go for further studies. My plans are also to not taking a job because I want to go for a competitive examination after my graduation completed.
Delhi Singh College (evening) which is located in LODHI ROAD is actually a full-fledged day college, which means evening is just in its name but it is actually a morning college it classes starts from 9 AM today till 3-4 PM depending on the course & year. Unlike other evening colleges, it has a separate building where only evening shifts classes happen, that's really a good thing we don't need to share anything with the morning college. However, we have the same canteen but that's not an issue & evening's students can go anywhere & morning students can visit any building at any time. It helps students to create a bonding with each other. Being from DU our college is very cheap for studies like I just pay approximately 13,000 including exam fees, which is really affordable if you are studying in the city like DELHI and that too a Delhi University's college. However, it has just one con that it doesn't have a hostel we have to take pvt. hostel in south ex.& Lajpat which is 2-3km away from the college.
The highest average package is 4 LPA and many companies like kvch oracle, visit the campus. Many students get placed through college and many got internships. The profiles offered by companies are sales and marketing executives, content writers, web developers, etc. My plan is to do post-graduation after my degree.
Took admission through merit-based. Our college has the Biggest campus infrastructure in south campus Delhi university colleges, it is a full-fledged day college, has a very big canteen, good teachers and facilities, and the area is good. Also, the college has many societies that organise events and competitions, webinars for overall development. The placement cell organises a fair in which many companies come.
Campus placement- for teachers' pets only. The package is according to college. 10-20% only gets placement. My plans were quite clear either MBA or something related to my course. One of the major cons is no counselling is provided with either for the aspirants.
Good aspects- A large area to enjoy not just college but campus life. All aspiring faculty are provided with a chance. Professors are quite gentle. To compensate canteen you have a Maggie point behind. And just adjacent to the metro station.
Placements are decent with a good stipend. But you need to be very best in order to get one. Placement cell tries their best to bring companies, like last year we had Lic and many more companies. I am going to SSC after graduation.
The college is good with nice faculty and good infrastructure. The environment is very cool. The college is located in a very nice place i.e. Lodhi Colony, near the beautiful Lodhi Garden. Cannaught place is just 4-5 km away. The college has so many societies like other colleges, but their work is so amazing.
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