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College management lagged behind some of the things, but was very cooperative. Hassle-free payments and submission of exam forms were the best things.
Campus placement is not so good about 4/10 students got placements. From 3-semester students become eligible for campus placement there are few companies visited every year companies are not too big but if we do hard work then nobody can stop us from any opportunities.
I have chosen the Lakshmi bai college because I have no better option yet. But after studying at Lakshmi bai college I find myself very confident and lots of opportunities. The good thing is that the staff and all the teachers are very helpful they always ready to help us.
The placements of the college are just fine. Few companies visit the campus to recruit students from various domains. The college provides good internship opportunities. The average package offered is also very less. Less students get placed with the campus placements
The college is good. The teachers are friendly and helpful. Infrastructure is beautiful and full of greens. The college lacks a bit in placements and other functions. Overall, it's a nice college. The admission takes place on merit places and for some courses it is based on entrances.
The course it provides. Well I choose the course because in Delhi university only few colleges provide food technology so the main reason to opt for this college is because of this. I choose this college because the distance of college from my is only 30 minutes.
The placement process is very smooth I mean there are so many opportunities to get a placement from our college well I don't know about this thing that much but I can say that this college gives you oppurtunities and it's only depends on you how you grab them.
Faulties are very good of my department and you will get good exposure. Food technology has there own project called nutribite in whixh you cooked and sale healthy food product using new trends of food industry.This society help the students to gain practical knowledge about entrepreneurship course.
There is no company who visited on our college but in the start of march our college always organize intership fair. Alot of good companies came in our college to offer intership.
There were no placements or internship opportunities in my final year of college. Students usually go for post graduation after their graduation. But the good thing is that the English Department is quite active in organising various events. Students can participate and can also win prizes and certificates. This can help you to get an upper hand in job opportunities.
I chose this college because first, it's a Delhi University College so it has higher value than any other University in Delhi. Second, because it's an all girls college. The environment and crowd is good, teachers are helpful, and North campus is also near. I got admission through merit and the admission process was a bit tiring. It took time as there were long ques and it was understaffed. Thirdly, because faculty is good but of course you have to learn on your own, teachers here are not going to spoon feed you everything like in school.
DU gives a lot of exposure. Its courses are so inclusive of real life problems and if course DU is special in itself. Its popularity alongwith fests and extra curriculars drove me to this university. I had to face some real life things in a new world which is just about exposure and it is the best place no doubt.
Placement cell is kind of very new here.from last 2 3 years it has come into working.many companies have visited but i cannot recall the name as i never opted for the placement but its working and will be progressive by next 4 5 years.
I choose because Delhi University is one of the prestigious University in India. I don't want to miss this opportunity at any cost. So I took admission in Delhi University.
Good, but if done some intership which is easily available nowadays you can find on campus intership and even internshalla likes app.
I had applied for bcom (hons) from delhi university. When the cut-off list came, I found myself eligible for this college. I didn't wanted to sacrifice the course of my choice so I joined this college.
The placements opportunities are fine. As there are not much opportunities for students in several courses. I would like to advice that one should work hard in 10+2 so as to grab the top college from the university of delhi (as the cut-off goes much higher).
Students who are in 3rd year of their course are eligible to participate in Placements drive. Very fewer companies came their for hiring and also package was very low. In my third year, Tata Power came there and took around 10-12 students and their package was 2,40,000 or 3,00,000 PA and one or two more company came there and took students from other courses.
I choose Laxmi Bai College as this is near to North campus and only girls college. It's off-campus so there is a less and good crowd. I studied B.COM(H) therefrom 2015-2018. There are many societies in college in which you can participate. Societies kept on taking new initiatives for the betterment of the college. When I took admission there was not a good infrastructure as compared to other colleges but when I see now everything has changed. The open gym has been opened by the college for students and teachers. Teachers are good and cooperative. You can learn a lot if you took the initiative. Fees are also reasonable or less as compared to other colleges. I used to submit around 8000-9000 per year for B.COM(H). Easy transportation for students who used to travel through the metro but there is a problem for students who travel through the bus as buses are very lesson that route. Placement is also not that good. When I was there in the year 2018 very few students got placed because only 3-4 companies visit our college.
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