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Because of the i am not containing the full BCA course so it's wrong so i am not completely graduate 2:10 is ration but I it can be less the qualifications of teacher are more effective . The exam was so easy and they can teach and you can perform very well.
As I am a commerce student so I like to manage things in an effective or creative way so I know in bachelors degree BBA I get that knowledge which I want to gain my life that's why I choose this course. Faculty of my college is very supportive and as my personal experience, the faculty of Maharaja Ranjit Singh College plays a very important role. All the faculties of maharaja ranjit singh college are the professors with UG degree, PG degree and PhD.
Everything and everyone is very good. Teachers are supportive and they guide you in right direction. The campus is beautiful. Canteen is also a fun place to sit with your friends. Overall atmosphere of the class is studious.
MRSC is best institute for both students (presuing other professional courses like CA,CS etc and competitive ex. And for regular student too ) as all faculty members are phd degree holder with depth of knowledge and practical knowledge.
Syllabus wasn't updated by the University since past 5-6 years. Enough industrial exposure was provided by the Department of biosciences and Department of Life sciences by organising Internship programs, visit to Waste water treatment plant, Nursery, Mike department, various Pharma and Food industries. Faculties were good,some of them were freshers as well, a few of them were research scholar as well as professors. Faculties in all were good but HOD (Dr Sheetal Bhasin and Dr Monica Jain) are the best microbiologists and plant tissue culture expert respectively. Along with them, Prof. Fatema Matkawala is one of the best teachers in the department. Even the Principal of the College, Dr Anand Nighojkar is a Biotechnologist.
The subject and the syllabus gets updated every year and the department there is strict and supportive but still you need to have a very high conversation skills sometimes to make your work done as some members are lazy.
As I said early, the fees structure of this college attracted me firstly. This college is running by some non profitable organizations. So the fees structure is lower comparative to other private colleges in india. So the answer is- The fees structure is very much feasible for me.
As we know Biotechnology is one of the most promising fields in the area of Bioscience. This college have courses on Biotechnology and Microbiology in both UG and PG level. As the field is very much research oriented the faculties continues to give research exposure and industry orientation to the students. Rather than making a book worm faculties also tries to make a student better human being and rise your self confidence in various ways to make you a better professional for industry oriented jobs too.
Fee Structure is average. it's around 25k per year. college accept credit card debit card demand draft cash cheque etc. Admission form cost around 1000 and caution fee is 2000. exam forms charges are excluded which is charged my university. and some charge at the the time of practical is also charged around 100rs. fees is affordable at this amount you got so many things.
The course is best who want to research and go further in this field. college is affiliated with DAVV and exams are according to the university criteria. My subject is microbiology, life science, chemistry and foundation course i. e English/hindi and entrepreneurship and in second year foundation subject is computer and in 3rd year foundation subject is environment studies. Their is industrial visit by college in every semester. practical work and research is very good in this college. faculty are supportive. I don't know about the current faculty but at the time of mine the faculty is awesome.
Best college for commerce in indore, faculties are all phds and having a very friendly nature, treat students like the childrens of school, a hole year is having different function through out the year and many sports activities.
It is so flexible dusre college kitulna me agar dekha jae jo kam fees ne behtar studies hoti hai jaise k in BSc ke leye 24000 hai jha baki colleges me 25 se 30 thausand lagti hai aur regular classes bhi nhi hoti jabki himare cillege me regular classes hoti hai.
Sabhi tarah ke courses available hai college me aur cs ke leye sabse best college hai exams jo hoye hai vo devi ahilya bai vishwavidhlaya conduct krta hai ar results bhi vhi se aata hai yearly ya semester pattern ke anusaar exam hote hai.
Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore (DAVV University) has declared to conduct the third round of counselling for the programs under the Common Admission Process. The second round of counselling was completed on November 6, 2020. The third round of counselling will be conducted offline at th
Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) is gearing up to start with the first phase of the University Integrated Management system (UIMS) by October last week. The first phase will be as a pilot project, as testing of phase one has already been finished. Dr. Niranjan Shrivastav, the head of
September 30, 2020: Amidst the pandemic, two female students of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET) have received the placement deal package of 16 Lakh per annum. The DAVV Institute of Engineering and Technology placement took plac
Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, the conducting body of Common Admission Process for the CET-based programmes has announced the counselling process dates for the year 2020. Earlier, DAVV University, Indore released the merit list on September 19, 2020. Applicants can check the merit list for their ra
As part of current affairs, the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) Examination Committee gave a green signal to question the Master of Journalism (MJ) paper on Monday. The DAVV Examination Committee, which had asked for a few days to go through previous years' papers and ordinances before tak
Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) Indore has canceled the CET in wake of COVID-19 and has decided to hold the Common Admission Process (CAP) for admission in the MBA program this year. DAVV Indore has started the application process for CAP and the last date to apply is September 13, 2020.
Madhya Pradesh high court has permitted Devi Ahilya Vishwa Vidhyalaya (DAVV) Indore to grant admission to students without conducting CETs for the session 2020-21. The court has also formed a 5 membered committee to look after the admission process. Indore bench of High Court consisting of t
Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) has planned to wait for guidelines of Directorate of Higher Education (DHE) for conducting online examinations of final year students. Even after the Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan's tweet about his decision of online examinations for final year UG