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Good education and good lab facilities.good academic year plan.well practiced teachers and good infrastructure.iam only interested for this college to study this course.good transportation facility.it was a government college.
Purely govt institute less fee, less activities. No hostel facility in the campus. Situated 2 km away from the road.
There is no good ground or volleyball court or basketball court.Only a bad ground is there no facilities are provided.And another major problem is the heat.There is no trees or any place to sit with cool wind or shade.Every where is hot.
Positive: The campus is very huge with lot’s of trees and forest. Negative: So many political protests by political parties causes classes to stop. Infrastructure needs to updated, NAAC Grade is B. Overal its a nice college good infrastructure
One of the positive remark is, we got B grade by NACC.This is one of the proudful moment. And there is alsp negative side.our college dome give much courses. There is only 7 courses and only 2 post graduation course.
Job opportunity depend upon us . They dont provide internships . We have to find jobs . This is out i dont like in our college . There are limits because it is a govt college . college should try to offer their students placements
campus is small comparing to others. So students are very friendly to each other. There is only science stream is in the college. There is pg courses also. The courses in here are professional courses.
It is a very small college with a not-so-attractive campus. Students can enjoy and study to the core if they really want to. It all really depends upon each and every student and what they want from this experience.
Positive: The campus is very huge with lot’s of trees and forest. Negative: So many political protests by political parties causes classes to stop. Infrastructure needs to updated, NAAC Grade is B.
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