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Overall Good for TISS-SVE Need to work on Infrastructure Don't expect too bright student but you will get a few Focus on what you wanted to be in life and how this course will bridge this gap and after good
I found fee structure is quite expensive The program fee as I have mentioned is 39k annually but still, it is high for most of the students. We have a privilege to opt annual fee in 4 instalments, The most general mode of payment is through cheque one can deposit also through DD or challan, Yes, Fee transparency is maintained by TISS-SVE, You can have detailed breakout of it once you met co-ordinator.
Scholarships are not availed under this course TISS being a deemed university treats all its student fairly and equally and I think that is the reason they haven't availed any scholarship to this course. Being pressed for any financial emergency you can expect a moratorium period of 10-15 days availed by the college (Basically where you are given time to manage funds provided you have to inform coordinator beforehand)
Events are celebrated enthusiastically in college, Be it Ganesh Chaturthi or Navratra where you are going to enjoy a lot. Since the Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated widely, the college held various events like dancing, singing and rangoli making and many others and at the end of the day your tongue can still remember the taste of food that you had in the langar, I remembered that we had entire faculty Vs entire students in Antakshari competition teams where we have enjoyed a cross-culture in our college, Faculties are very supportive and For Sport enthusiastic, although our college has very limited space in front of it, don't be disheartened we have NMC ground couple of steps away from the college where all annual college match held be it cricket or football our college team has performed very well in Kabaddi match and managed to get 2nd prize in Nagpur.
Have a struct policy and anti-ragging act Gender ratio in my batch is 40% girls: 60% Boys (Which is more than good) at least more than my engineering peers, Need not to worry about discrimination on girls life in Nagpur is very peaceful
Till now there is a wider alumni network because of the fact that the number of batches and students pass out is low, it will become stronger once they will reach somewhere in great organization or place. we have been regularly interacting with our seniors and seeking their views
2 months of training _ Syllabus completion in college then 2 months of Internship Final exams and the same pattern follows. TISS-SVE has strict criteria about faculty selection, they prefer faculty having at least a couple of years of teaching experience and have a stringent telephonic interview and then selected. As far as their education are concerned they have done Masters in their field and few of them are active research scholars Each teacher has his own way of teaching, few of them make the class very interactive while few are keen on imparting knowledge via practical learning or activities and projects. We the batch of 2020 have build up an excellent rapport with our faculty members and seek out their guidance whenever necessary. With first 2 months of training in a college, the lecture may vary from 3 to 4 (each is of 1.5 hr long) Certifications are part of seeking out the mastery of your knowledge and also have a wider acceptance of it. As BFSI industry involved faculties do have a couple of most relevant certifications.
I assumed that you must have read the degree name properly, It is new of its kind, as a student I used to know only about vocational training program includes ITI and plain degree courses such as B.Sc, B.com ...etc but the real fact is they lack industry and practical orientedness. I appeared for JEE and followed that herd mentality, managed to crack Mains but loses Advanced cutoff by 10 marks, luckily I managed to get into Government engineering college Amravati (my hometown) in electrical engineering and I am all set for next 4 years and Then comes Turning Point,. I came to know about this course - B.Voc in BFSI the very next day after my all India allotment is done. You guessed it right I have chosen the latter because) a) Student need not to necessarily complete 3 year course in order to avail degree, rather TISS-SVE (TISS School of Vocational Education) avails diploma ( at the end of successful completion of first year, Advanced Diploma at the end of second year and degree at the end of third year) b) I wanted to do all except engineering, Many of family members are engineers and hence i wanted to be in finance domain. c)Course provides internship for practical learning which helps to learn real world problem better. d) I chose CIBMRD College because it is the one which is providing this course
I will talk about internships first and then on-campus placement, Now about Internships. TISS-SVE have made their student mandatory to fulfil internship criteria as because this practical oriented course focuses more on real-world based problems and also they become pivotal in final exams as TISS have specific marking weightage to this criteria, We have done a total 6 internships in total I have done in - Arvind sahakari Bank ( It is a co-operative bank based in rural Nagpur having 2 branches in Nagpur), Then I have done another internship in Prudent Corporate advisory ( Basically a wealth management group based in Ahmedabad then next one in Micro Finance institute, then another one in wealth management the next one in security market or you can call it - stockbroker and the last one was postponed due to this COVID-19 outbreak.
The course curriculum is regularly designed and updated by TISS-SVE vertical anchor ( Vertical anchors are authorized institutes by TISS-SVE deals in designing and upgrading course syllabus), Vertical anchor now is Stratadigm Education Pvt. Ltd. having directors educated from IIM Calcutta and carries a rich experience in BFSI Field. we have met them a couple of times and also give some feedback on course up-gradation, they are very open to feedback. I urge you to go through the subjects you gonna learn in your upcoming 3 years and you will get an idea about it.
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Overall Good for TISS-SVE Need to work on Infrastructure Don't expect too bright student but you will get a few Focus on what you wanted to be in life and how this course will bridge this gap and after goodby Pradyumna Telkhade
There are only good remarks I want to give the college. Just we don't have that much number of students to organise the big events. But happy with all students very polite & friendly nature.by Vaishali kharche