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The harder you work, the brighter your future. Take a step towards success and achieve great things in feild of technology, my suggestion is always KNSIT. If you get admission in KNSIT, then you have a chance to study under the best minds in the country.
When you join this college, then you are lucky .you get well education at low cost. Mine is CET admission I have just paid 20000 for one year, exam fees are separate it is off within 1500. College only provides all records in that fees only. You have library facility there u get books. I assure that no other institute will give better education at low cost.
Here we have scholarship facilities also. College provide loans and scholarship for minority students for other castes vidyasiri scholarship is there.
When it comes to cultural activities, so many functions that are celebrated in colleges like ethnic day, sports day, college fest, Ganesha festival and so many events are conducted to participate. They provide a good stage for students to exhibit their talents.
4 years are not enough to experience the wonderful things that this place has to offer. There are a lot of activities going on under the various council's. Cultural council's, Sports and games, Science and technology. KNSIT is the place of opportunities. Labs were extremely good. KNSIT is a ragging free college.
When I talk about my seniors they are friendly with us. They clear our doubts, and share their experience and give guidelines for us to perform well.
Teachers are well trained and we'll experience. They tried their level best to give clarity about the topic to students. All the teachers age is in between 30 to 60 years. They have well knowledge about industries. Students duty is to follow the teachers instructions, if it is so, then it will be easy to score good marks and get placements.
My brother told me about this college. So I select this college in KCET option entry and I got admission. Things that made me to choose this institute is, good infrastructure, well campus, well knowledged teaching staff. I really feel happy about this college, when I stepped in to college, staff received me with respect. When it comes to admission procedure.
If we get 75% aggregate then you will definitely get placements. Nearly 50 companies are invited to our college, some of them are, Infosys, techmahendra.
Exams were conducted in very strict manner.when it comes to preparations for exams ,everyday class tests are conducted. Teachers brush up all the things that would had been taught in previous class. Industrial visits are also there. Teachers taught every topic by showing the machines.
January 13, 2021: Karnataka High Court has, today, sought response of the state government on the issue of a plea filed against Vishveshwarya Technical University. The university had earlier scheduled offline end semester exams, starting from January 18, 2021. Earlier, VTU students
125 Students of VTU have challenged the decision of the University to conduct offline examinations this year at the Karnataka High Court. Read why this move agitated the students. As per the plea, Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) has issued a notice to hold first-year exams and su
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Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) has scheduled the end-semester exams from January 18, 2021, albeit in offline mode. However, students are concerned about COVID-19 spread and have demanded VTU and affiliated colleges to conduct the exams in online mode. Students are worried that return
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On Thursday, the High Court of Karnataka instructed the Visvesaraya Technological University (VTU) to reconsider the feasibility of holding an online examination as an option, in addition to an off-line examination for the students, while at least trying the examination at a special opportunity.
Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, Visvesvaraya Technological University had launched an online application system for the first time to facilitate the application process for candidates. However, due to a technical malfunction, the VTU website’s server crashed a number of times maki