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Our college js excellent in placements and education.Provides training for students tied up with ipsr solutions limited.Provided a gooder and safer hostel for girls.Provides training for spoken english Negatives is only the strictness in college but its good for us
Each semester is about under 20000 rupees.We had to pay it before 2,3 months before exam through the college bank account.it is feasible because of the support they are given to us. We had to give additional 3k for first sem because of uniforms.
Actually the college provides basic events in every year and also they provide seperate events for seperate departments.like cultural fests,sports event and educational events etc.Also provide events related to religious things that arent mandatory.
Provided only girls hostel for girls.Its under controlled by our college management.its safe and provide basic and better needs to them.Its quite a strict one and doesnt hinders any basic freedom.Boys hostels are here but arent controlled by college
Our seniors ,most of them are working at varous companies and others are pursuing higher courses.Thers an alumni audit done on every year where the senior students gathers together.Also these kind of things are good to us for making us understand the value of Bvm education system
Yeah the faculties which is provided by our college are very efficient and hard workers. There are so much teachers for different subjects and opencourse subjects.The lab technicians were the best one,highly skilled.The librarian is also good.and others too
I have got admission in my college because of meritlist.I was in second position in bca meritlist.The college takes the best students from meritlist.The bca contain only 68 seats.55 is for merit students and others are reserved.Its a private college
The course which is actually BCA,under the MG University kottayam.The syallabus have changed on 2017,there are 6 sems and we have one internal,one model and one sem exam for each semester.There will be a practical exam in odd sem and 2 practicals on even sem.
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