"I joined through CET Karnataka. My first and only choice was Electrical Engineering since I was very much interested in it. There was no interview process carried out by the college during the admission time." Read More
Sidhanth kamath, Bachelor of Engineering [BE] (Information Science & Engineering), Pursued: Second Year ON 2016 - 2017
"KCET entrance exam , basically why i chose this course was that i have passion for coding and would like to progress and do something in life in the field of computers." Read More
College is good, management needs to do some big changes in placement dept and try to increase number of core companies visiting college. Not just final year, students must be promoted to do projects in 2md and 3rd year too and they must be given credits for the same.
As a good remark I would mention that the institute is autonomous and hence exams and other systems go smoothly and on time without any delays in results. The college is very much active interns of extracurricular activities and does not 'jail' the students!.
Jithesh RajanBachelor of Engineering [BE] (Electronics & Communication Engineering)Batch : 2007
STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS
I believe the College life was excellent and one the best times in my life. I would rate the hostel life even higher as that was our home for the 4 years I spend there. Best and Recommended to Everyone.
College administration was strict and as per the rules. It is a good college on a whole but need some higher visions. With good planned leadership, NMAMIT could be one of the finest colleges in the state.
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