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Lectures are full support to students bt the management is not at all support in any case. Including conducting fest or any events.
No donation Fees look feasible compared to other colleges Also, they help poor people by extends date No scholarships for Kerala people. The huge fine will be there for each discipline actions including late fee payments Fees payments are direct to the bank that creates a problem because of the huge queue in the bank
I have given an application for a scholarship bt I didn't get any money. Other than Karnataka people will be not selected for scholarships usually.
Every year cultural events use to happen in college but college never gives funds for this. Students have to collect themself and conduct fest. And another technical fest and celebrations conduct by students were college never use to put fund for the programs
The campus is controlled by Muslim management, so it's strict in all these cases. Pa has many clubs like robotics, embed, NSS, ascii, glug and has a good number of active members working for it. Most of the clubs are working well. Some are not working because of the college management not giving good support.
Pa has an alumni cell, pace next, which has a good connection with all the alumni of the college. This cell used to conduct many programs to gather them
There is enough of faculty in the cs department. Each year there will be 80+ students and a total of more than 20 staff will be there. Every faculty are good qualified that most are having a PhD. They are very good at students that they help them in each step. They are having industry experience that they bring industry level competition and ideas in college.
I like to work on the computer. Thus I opted for computer science. I was having a good score in entrance but due to some reason I couldn't get admission in govt colleges, and later I heard my friends joined in pa college and I also joined there. As compared to all good colleges in Mangalore, I think pa has fewer fees. No donation. Bt expenses are high and huge fine will be there for attendance shortage and another discipline breaking.
On-campus only fewer companies use to come. Like novigo, ship related and some other companies. Bt college takes students to attend off-campus drive for many other companies like Infosys, TCS and so on. The placement cell of the college used to conduct preplacement activities and mock test from 2nd year onwards 99% of students will be placed
Learning materials are good also the syllabus is not too bad as they follow vtu. Bt vtu still has many problems as they fail people simply. The college has a good studying environment and a good facility for study, internet, digital library. On-campus placement is not too good. Only a few companies come for a drive in pa. Bt placement cell informs students to abt all the off-campus placement and encourage also gives guidance. The industrial visit is not at all there.
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Because I got government seat in that collage and in this collage have good lab facilities and good skilled lecturersby Dheeraj
Choosing this college was very simple. I wrote CET and waited for free seat. I got this college in SNQ in which my college fees will be zero. And many of my friends had planned to join this college. So without any thinking I opted for this college.by Mohammed Assaad Chougley
Because of good lecturers good surroundings quality education friendly lecturers huge campus huge playground parking facilities anti raging campus well known institution recognised by government of Karnatakaby Bhushan shetty