There are no stipends offered only a Rs. 40,000/ grant given from our own semester fees for projects and research per year in the post graduate system.
There is no alumni as of yet as no full batch has passed out of the university however the seniors are friendly, no ragging is there the people are helpful and kind.
Management is a bit wobbly but on the whole for a fairly new university they manage well.
The fee structure is on par with the other private colleges and is neither expensive nor cheaper than them however the hostel charges are a bit high, but they also provide quite good service, like good food in the mess, ac, laundry, etc so the end justifies the means.
2 mid semester exams and 1 end semester exam are held in each semester the minor marks are either best of 2 or average of the mid-sem exams taken 75% attendance is necessary to be able to sit for the exams the odd sem seems a bit hectic as it is short but
I do not know about the loan facilities or scholarships awarded as I have not availed them nor do i know anyone who has availed it.
Placement scenario is bleak as they are not yet a recognized and well known university they are a university with only 3 years of experience a proper batch has not yet even passed out from here.
I heard of it from my brother when I was browsing for colleges to apply for M.Tech VLSI. No All India test are required to apply for this college as it is a private organization. They conduct a personal interview and an objective test to assess students. I applied here as i had heard of the G D Goenka banner and their international schools and was impressed by the reviews.
The hostel is neat and clean the rooms are airy and well ventilated as they totally air-conditioned the hostel staff is courteous and helpful. The administration of the hostel is also good. The mess food is also very good. They provide food 4 times a day-
There are many co-curricular and extra-curricular activities that are offered by the college different festivals are also celebrated in the hostels fests and International conferences are also held.
Campus life is a bit boring and not-so-happening even if there are quite a few extra-curricular activities the participation is quite low and the interest in the activities is not there. There are clubs and students are free to join in any club of their choice workshops to further students knowledge are also held students from different races and nationalities are encouraged to mix and be friends. There is no ragging and the seniors are friendly no distinction is made on religion, ethnicity, race, economic status etc. Every student is treated alike.
The course curriculum is a bit haphazard and there are subjects listed in the curriculum even if there are no teachers available to teach those subjects some teachers are really good while some are not so good though, I guess it can be due to the fact that they are a new university and do not have much experience as of yet the Deans are helpful and lend an ear to your problems all in all, a mixed experience I would say.