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I choose mechanical because wanted to be a mechanical engineer.NSS camping for seven days. Robotic seminar, mentoring programs, industrial visits, the trips to Manali, shilong, kerla. Well organised labs. Workshops on various topics. Robo fest. Faculties are of helping nature very talented and skilled. Always gives their 100% teaching students in innovative ways.
Feasible. Fees are depends on category. If you are in open then you have to pay 120000 for year but you can get half fee back through the scholarship. For that you have fill online form and submit in institute. college give you updates of your scholarship details.
The exams are held in semester pattern. Total 8 semester are there In which 1,2,7,8 semester are held by university of Mumbai and rest semester are also held by university but the papers of these semester are get checked internally.also there is lots of expert session held by institute. In institute many companies are come for campus placements.total two industrial visits are organized by institute for students.
looking on all over facility fees structure is very expensive, other colleges in sorrounding urban areas offer quality education at affordable price, hostel fees are feasible but due to loaction 1km away form living hub for all stuffs make it tough for student to stay in hostel
It was affiliated to Mumbai University, Semester Pattern which includes 8 semester, Engineering studies was quite average which included exams after every six months, exams include vivas, practicals, assignment and written test
The fees for the first year is 80,000/- For the second year, it is 90,000/- And for the final year, it is 1,00,000/- The other facilities such as hostel and food can come at an expense of 50,000 per year. I believe in really less compared to any other college.
exam fee structure of my college is as per the Mumbai university rule. The fees structure of this course is in the first semester is approximately 75 thousand and the second, third and fourth-semester fees are approx 93 thousand and the other fees are approx 2 thousand for four semesters and the total fees of this course is approximately 3 lakhs
According to as per the rules of government fee should be as the satisfaction of any student. But it may depend upon the committee. First-year fees according to as per as the cast of the student of following fees schedule:- Open:-77000 Obc:- 40000 ST, NT:-15210 TFWS:-15210
According to me about a course curriculum is relevant than other colleges. It's the reason behind that all credit goes to all department faculty, they took all activities and they tell all those students who they are not participating. And they inspired us.
The fees structure for the first year is above 75000 rupees per annum for open category students but below 50000 rupees per annum for other category students. The fees for TFWS Cotta seat are about 15000-25000 rupees per annum. But the cost for other expenses like traveling and for staying is medium.
The course curriculum and exam structure are very well. Every exam is related to the studies of engineering also the college staff provides the extra help or material to fill forms or other hard things to do for students. This structure making students ideal for their own fields.
1st year 90k 2nd year 93k 3rd year 95k 4th year 95k It's a round figure amount of the college fees that are spent during the education
I selected the computer engineering and it was and it becomes an interesting field due to the computer department faculty. The cs department always help me to grow the way I wanted and support for the regular task in the labs. Due to them, I learn a lot of thinks.
First-year fee for open categories. The student was 85000 But I get a 50% fee because of my EBC scholarship... And the second-year fee was 86000 And the third-year fee was 87000
Good college environment. This college is near to my home... So I take admission in this college for computer branch.
First year fees were 56000 including all expenses. Second-year fees were about 88000. Third-year fees were also 88000. Last year fees were also 88000. The above fees are including with other expenses like University fees, gathering fees, gym, labs, library, etc.
Yes, it is relevant. The course curriculum is good and exam structure is also okay. In the final year project, teacher's guide us for publishing the paper in a good journal. Motivating for bright future guiding for a proper job and aware us about the current scenario.
Fees structure is according to the University rules. It differs according to our category either we are OPEN or OBC or any other castes. First-year fees also depend upon our caste category other expenses like files, assignments pages are to be done on our own.
Courses available in this institute are the best.Yes, it is relevant with the technology development in our day to day life.It helps us to gain more knowledge about our selected course and helps to develop more interest in that field and with proper guidance.
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The college may have small campus and less facilities. But excellent faculty. this college is a more in a good location provides a good environment with all the basic needs you need. It also provides many exatra activities like NSS, etc. And most importantly it fits in my budget. The hostel fees are pretty much affordable.by Amar Deo
My college is best. It provide all you need in your college life. In college all staff and faculty are very helpful.by Vinita Dhananjay Mokal
i will not suggest this college to anyone who is willing for engineering career. Its only suitable for the people situated near to colleges its hard for student from cities to accomodate in such enviornmet.by Manoj Halankar