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The fees for the first year BBA is 50k and it's same for every. The fees are the main factor in choosing a college. The new college has a very low fees structure which I never found in any other BBA.
No, the college is quite feasible. The fees are the main factor in choosing a college. The new college has a very low fees structure which I never found in any other.
The college has countless events. First of all, there will be a fresher's party. And industry visits etc. The college has no ground the college rents the ground for the Aporta day celebration and for the other events, Cultural Events, Dance, Dubsmash, DJ. Drama, Fashion Show, Music, Singing, Selfie, Coding, Debugging. Paper Presentation, Poster Presentation etc.
The college is filled with an idiot. Because there's no bar of percentage, so it's easy for everyone to get in the college for admission. Many students have to compromise between time, effort, and nutrition when it comes to making decisions about what to eat. The college environment isn't limited to just the physical grounds where the school sits, because a student who is enrolled in college may extend the environment to any place they go.
The process of getting in was like one day I saw the poster and the next day I'd gone to inquire about the admission and then a little bit of counselling secession was there regarding the course. Then gone for admission and the admission fees were 15k then instalment.
I don't know much about the placement of from my seniors. I've heard that the internships are at Bajaj finance mostly.
The college is affiliated to Dr Cv Raman University Madhya Pradesh. Not Mumbai University. The syllabus for the first and second year is like so boring. And if you're coming from CBSE BOARD the syllabus is ao easy for you. The syllabus is the easiest part of the college very easy the grades will be impressive in the first semester.
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