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There were many few companies that visited to our college. As the alumni networking for job was too poor. Due to this very less number of students participated for placements and job. Only those students participated who were eager for job or to stable their financial condition.
From semester 2nd, the students become eligible for campus placement. Companies like AMAZON, FLIPKART, SAMSUNG, OPPO, VIVO, BLACKBERRY AND NOKIA. The highest package have 88000 per student.
The most common in bnn College the different bank's come for the placement such as HDFC Kotak etc. Good placement Available but limited company comes
College provide job for see your marks and performances exam sports and behavior college teacher and student, Job provide automatically college complete final year pass of Mumbai university.
This is the part where the college was of no use as there was no assistance to the students in regards to the job placement. We had to find jobs on our own with no help from the college what so ever.
Its depend upon the marks and all the study of the student. placrments are very rare and i had not exp yet after TY we are going to get. they looked towardd the.how they performed. there scores.etc
Placement is not that much great its being like ok near about 42 guys were placed in all companies and company offer 14000/- in hand salary to all.
Yes internship were provided by college companies which were come to offer jobs are NIIT, SERCO BPO, JETKING, SYNTEL ETC.
Campus placements are very bad in our college, this is biggest complaint, I have in my mind that there is no placement opportunities for students in college.
No internship facility provided by the college, this experience was also bad for me and all of B.M.S students.
Don't have any placement in my college. Our college doesn't conducts any placement calls for my college students
No they don
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