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7-8 sem students are eligible for campus placements. There are many companies that come for placement such as TCS, Airindia etc. The placement depends on their academic performance as well as the interview selections.
Every college has a good and bad side. As I am a present student pursuing the course in this institution. Fees - the fees in this college is one of the lowest fees offered for this course all over India. Hostel - the facility provided in the hostel is good facilities, as well as all students, live as they we are family. The admission process is 2 ways of taking admission in this college 1-giving Karnataka Cet, 2-Management quota.
It was a good college but expensive in terms of facilities.
Only positive things about college is that there is lots of freedom for student that can trigger you to the wrong way also. Nothing else is good here. Spending four year in this college is really very tough.
The college takes in students through their score in the JEE main exam. The cutoff is declared after the results are out and those who clear the cutoff set by the college are called in for counseling and there the admission procedure is discussed.
The college is well-known for its competitive coding culture and the placements. There is a large number of people, who find their dream job through the campus placement session. The highest on-campus placement package is 65 LPA. Many big companies like Goldman Sacs, Wall Mart and Fintech companies visit at the time of the placement session. The students are offered the internship in many big IT giants.
Seniors are very helpful. Teachers are very good.
Finally as a conclusion this college is not best college to take admission. If students want freedom then they can take admission. If students want good facilities like good lectures, good infrastructure, good placements, other colleges facilities then don't opt this college.
The positive remark about the college is that it is a part of a very big chain of colleges and there ample amount of opportunities available which widens the scope for the future of students which if they won't be able to get in any single body of college.
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