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No. They don't give any such opportunity to any students. It would be great if they give such opportunities but it seems it will not happen.
They should stop dirty politics in college. To get admission the union ask for huge amount from students. The management are also involved in this. If you pay you will get admission directly. And the supplementary system is very bad. This should be stopped.
No, there are no such scholarship / loan facility for students. If government gives such opportunity, the college officials will sell them for their pocket money. The officials are gamblers.
Exam structure is good but Supplementary exam structure is worst. 90% of students every year get supplementary in a particular subject and they pay 700 rs. For each exam every supplementary student will have to pay 700 rs. This is a business and politics. Its very bad.
Its feasible. 3K for admission on first year and 100 Rs. Monthly. Its too low and good for all students. Its affordable to all and especially for poor students who works and study at same time. So according to me fee structure is awesome and feasible. Loved it totally.
I didn't gave any entrance examination. After passing out 12th I enrolled in College. My ambition was painting so just for a degree i chose to join college.
There are very few events are organised every year. 1. Fest 2. Fresher party 3. Independence day celebration. 4. Saraswati Puja No other functions are held here. This college is not for events. They are too boring and college funds are all gone to managements. They are so bad.
Hostel facilities are very bad, you can tell no hostels are there and food are worst to eat. You will get ill after eating them. Only tea or coffee is suitable and some biscuit. Foods are oily and too unhealthy to eat. Only few students eat there just because they don't have choices.
There are 60% male candidates and 40% female candidates in the college. There are no such Dorm parties are organised, workshops were also not organised. Their are party politics in college and students fight for their leaders. In our college and all the government college in kolkata have dirty politics.
No they are not helpful at all. They help you if you pay for them. They want only your money. They are disgraceful and irrelevant. They are good for nothing.
They are good, especially Accounts teacher was fantastic and highly qualified. They have a great sense of humour too. And I don't attend college regularly so I really don't know about remaining teachers. But I think they are good too. The teaching staffs are good and great.
I got 68% in 12th examination. I filled the form from official website of college and then paid 200 Rs. through bank challan. After that I submitted my mark sheet xerox with bank challan copy to the college. After 2 weeks a merit list was posted where I seen my name and simply enrolled in the college.
They don't provide any job opportunities so I can't tell you about placements. Not a single student has got such opportunity and i think no one will get so in future. Placement and job opportunities will be good for students. But job opportunity will be not provided for us in future.
I choose B.com (Hons.) in Accountancy as I was a commerce student so I just got enrolled in that. The course was good but its was also got difficult in 3rd i.e. final year. It took me 5 year to pass out as its difficult but college reputation is not up to mark, so 90% students suffers this problem.
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