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They take students on granted and come up with the policies never thought of for e.g. restricting students from going out in college timings. They are very good in arranging programs and other activties.
It was nice. The teaching staff back then was not having very good qualified teachers. So I relied heavily on coaching class which paid me high dividends and i got the first rank from my college.
I was studying in S.Y. Bcom from mumbai university through correspondence. At that time LDS college was pretty new and they started holding lectures for Mumbai university correspondence students. Through these lectures i came in contact with LDS college. At that time LDS was the only college which was giving admission to correspondence students in college and was one of the very few colleges providing IT as subject in final year. So LDS became my obvious choice.
In this case LDS was very good they were arranging many seminars for multiple carrier paths, as well as all the days very celebrate in full flow, for e.g. gandhi jayanti or rose day.
There were no hostels also we never had canteen facility, even today they have a very had canteen in their environment and they do not allow students to go out.
Gender Ratio was never a problem in LS. Diversity was also good in terms of the students from different religion and locations were there. Extracurricular activities were also there but because of limited space college was forced to have in house programs only.
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