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There was no internship period offered in my course. Only few small companies came for interview but no one opt for those companies. So there was no stipened offered too.
College management was not good especially the principal was not very good. He was very selfish, corrupt and greedy kind of person and was not in very good books of management even.
No I am not aware of any as I was not a brilliant student. But there was some fee concessions for needy students i think. I have never availed any those services.
Computers labs were quite interesting and we used to browse internet after completing our lab work but physics labs were boring as it was not the subject of my interest.
According to current fees structure the fee structure at that time was not very expensive and not very genuine we used to pay in three equal installments.
I took MCA Entrance exam and the rank was not good so I opt for this college as it was going good in IT field at that time.
The college's annual day was celebrated and the college used to be the best or second best in the state level youth festival. Kapil Sharma was also the member of our college youth festival team.
I never opted for hostel so have no idea about that othwise there was a college canteen which used to sell very tasty junk food like samosas, spring rolls and burgers.
Campus life is the golden period of life. There were many extracurricular activities in the campus but I never participated in any our group used to do extra activities by our own and use to enjoy a lot.
There was not much interaction between us and our seniors we used to move in our group only. We just used to follow their messages regarding strikes and all.
All the faculty of the college were excellent and very helpful. They were always ready to listen to us and solve our problems. Faculties were very friendly too they use to play with us in the free time.
Placements in the college were not very good at that time. In the total period of the course hardly 2 companies came for placement.
The curriculum was having few interesting subjects like computer application and maths and few tough subjects for me like physics. Computer application was quite easy for me but physics and maths were the tough.
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