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College provides campus placements every year for the students. Placements procedure starts from semester 5.
Teachers provide best of their knowledge to the syllabus. Admission is based on CET entrance marks and the MAH MCA CET admission procedure.
Students are eligible for placement from second year for internship. 15 to 20 companies visits for placements. Most of the students fit into criteria and gets placed.
Teachers are concerned about students to complete their syllabus and practical on time. Fees of college is less as compared to other colleges for MCA all over Mumbai. Way too much of giving practical for practice. Admission process was done according to State Common Entrance Test. Even if student gets less percentile in CET you can still opt for this college and gain good knowledge.
placements are very good.. almost every student got placements here. In third year placements get started but second year student can also join that. Above 90-95% students got placements.
The college is very good for Masters in computer applications (MCA). Placements are also very good here.
This college was perfect in every way possible. This college recognised as the best choice for architecture field degrees. Management is consisted of highly dedicated and qualified members. They are having sufficient infrastructure to attract students.
Nata exam or something equivalent to it was enough to give admission.
I have given CET exams to get opportunity in this college, I have scrorred more than 70 percentage. They have listed out the merit list by adding an average of total marks plus marks ecored in CET exams.
Yes, internship is given by college. I got opportunity in TCS after final year.
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