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Faculty are very good and they are experienced and they have good knowledge and they are friendly at classes.
The curriculum and academic are according to the industry aspect. The faculty members are good and well experienced. They are supportive of students and provide knowledge in terms of practical way which I liked most.
I love Electronics from my childhood. I am very curious to learn new innovations in electronics. This is the strong reason why I chose this evergreen branch. When it comes to faculty all are student friendly, they always available to clear our doubts explains the concepts in very practical manner so that students won't feel tough. Most of the teachers completed their masters in their respective subjects and few also completed their PhD and very few have made still more higher studies. Tests will be conducted after every topic and 3 internals will be conducted in one semester. Finally, semester exams, if we study we won't feel any struggle while answering because faculty previously discussed what type of questions will appear in exams.
They are good and very supportive in every step of our life.
I dreamed of being an engineer to provide something for the world. Some of the faculties are good and some are average. There are almost 120 Students in each Department
ME known as" Mother of Engineering" . This course is like getting diamond from fathom of ocean so if u are willing interested u are highly welcome in this course. The student ratio is as 35: 2 Boys girls. HOD has done PHD n other r having Master . Every two month there is assessment n it's not that much difficult to pass. If your interest is of only passing
The reason for choosing EC is that I have more interested in this branch I am interested in making PCB board and I have interest In getting the information about digital signal, analogy signals how the communication has been done so on.what to say about faculty because of our good faculty the is standing in good position If faculty did not work the college will be not in good position especially our HOD aijaz Ali sir who is the good lecture in our college he is well educated person in our college as we know that due to Corona we have attended online exam it was not to benefited to us because in online exam we couldn't study proply so offline is best .
Mechanical engineering is a creative profession, with an emphasis on designing, simulating and improving the world we live in. The faculty of our department who are well qualified and their friendliness and availability for help and support at all times. The people there are extremely accepting, warm and friendly.
I chose KNS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY because it has a very strong school of sciences and I wanted to study under the best minds. It also offered the specialization I was seeking. Low student-faculty ratio.
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