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Hostel rooms were big and spacious. We hadseparate blocks for girlsandboys. camera security were provided in the blocks. We had different facilities available in both the wings for our better and safe staying
We had 2 separate buildings for boys and girls hostel and the buildings were nicely constructed with facilities provided. Washrooms were always clean, the food was served in the mess with strict timings. The rooms were spacious and overall the environment of the hostel was safe and secure.
The hostel is nice reconstructed with all the basic facilities, the wash rooms are clean regularly and the food is served in the mess with good food. The rooms are equipped with bed, cupboard, a table. Overall the hostel environment is safe and secure.
Hostels are provided to the students.The hostel infrastructure is good and the facilities provided in the hostel are also good.Food served in the mess for the students is average.Rooms and washrooms are kept clean by the hostel staff.
The National Centre for Biological Sciences (NCBS) has started the registration process on January 4, 2021, for Joint Graduate Entrance Exam 2021 - a shared entrance examination for several institutions researching biology and interdisciplinary life sciences. The Tata Institute of Fundamental Resear
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Yes, the college offers internships and placements for the students. The companies which come to record these students offers very good packages as well as salaries to the students they recruit. The students try to get in to the best companies.by Moon
The College offers opportunities for the students once they are in the final years they are trained to get very good placements and Internship opportunities. A few good companies come to the college to recruit studentsby Rajat
The mandate of NCBS is basic and interdisciplinary research in the frontier areas of biology. The research dividends of the faculty are in four broad areas ranging from the study of solitary molecules to systems biology.by Purbasha