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I do recommend this college. This can be called a perfect college.
Yes, the discount is provided on the basis of merit. The scholarship is also being provided. The average scholarship is for about rs. 20000.
If you get this much of facilities hin just 18000 pa is actually very feasible. I personally feel that this college is the best option for any student to get admission. An atmosphere of the college very good. College absolutely provides transparency for the fees breakages.
Lakshya is the annual fest celebrated at the various different stages like cultural and sports. A different committee like anchoring venue decoration etc are formed and guided by different faculties. Various social activities are also held like blood donation visit to old-age home orphanage etc.
The gender ratio is quite fair. A good no of girls and boys are there. All the economic class of students are there. Students of all the religions are there. No discrimination is being tolerated. Raging is strictly prohibited. All the students are given equal opportunity and attention.
Yes, the alumni and seniors are extremely helpful they share a very good bond with the current students.
The faculty members of the college are very supportive and friendly. Faculties have a very good experience. All the facilities are net qualified and PhD holders. Dr Apurva Trivedi is the principal of the college. He always keeps us motivated. Faculties are always ready to solve your problem and doubts.
I took admission by walk-in. The academic performance of the college made me opt this college. I have opted for b.com (tax) because I want to pursue my career in this stream. I am extremely happy that I choose this college as I have seen the extreme change in my life. Faculties and staff are very friendly and supportive.
College provides the students with the opportunity to work with different institutions. Nikita Basile is working as a range commander officer with the police department of Madhya Pradesh.
Teachers impart education by giving case study. Exam pattern is based on the DAVV guidelines. Regular basis test and assignment are given to the students so that they can manage the best of the academic performance. The cultural and sports has also been a very good aspect of the college.
Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore (DAVV University) has declared to conduct the third round of counselling for the programs under the Common Admission Process. The second round of counselling was completed on November 6, 2020. The third round of counselling will be conducted offline at th
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As part of current affairs, the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) Examination Committee gave a green signal to question the Master of Journalism (MJ) paper on Monday. The DAVV Examination Committee, which had asked for a few days to go through previous years' papers and ordinances before tak
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