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No internships for students studying here The college is very poor in providing internships and placements as the students studying here are least bothered about such activities.
The College has a very pleasant environment to enjoy. The problem is it is very far from the railway station. The marks that students score in his/her exams is completely based on behavior and regularity. A good College for regular students and for them who really want join here to study.
Its completely affordable. The fee structure lies in between 12,000- 15,000 for a year but the college is worth paying even that much as the infrastructure is not at all good, no facilities at all, good faculties but lack of regular lecs.
As I completed my Jr. College students from the same college, I was been given a preference to continue in the same College even though I didn't score well in my boards. There's no particular entrance exam for other students, the admissions are completely based on HSC grades and the cutoff marks are not at all high.
They are quite qualified in their respective subjects but are wuite lazy they do not conduct lectures on regular basis as most part of the syllabus is given for self studies. They are rude to the students who are rude to them.
0% placements is offered by the college. There's no placement cell established to look after the placements in the college. I dont think the placement will ever take place here.
The course curriculum not that tough but some of the subjects is a bit difficult to understand which requires regular studies. The course is completely based on business management which includes subjects like mathematics, statistics, accounts, etc. which are quite difficult to understand.
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