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After completing my intermediate education and passing with flying colours in 10+2. I filled an online application of this college. The basic eligibility criteria for this college was to get minimum of aggregate 55% and the selection of students was solely based on merit. The list of which came up on the website.
Our college had a career counseling & placement cell which helped us guiding for career options available for us also it had contact with various representative of industry. I am currently working as a teacher of English in a private school as I wanted to be a teacher so the school I'm working in was also suggested by my college.
Our college is of immense repute in Darjeeling. There is a merit list for admission. There are around 33 students as the maximum capacity. The registration fees is around Rs 250. An interview is also conducted during admission.
There is a counseling cell which provides guidance. There are not much placement opportunities and less job opportunities due to the ongoing lockdown. The placement cell is also absent and there is hardly any on-campus placement.
The admission was on the basis of my merit in my academic year 10+2. The college announced the merit list on its website. The basic eligibility criteria was to be clear in the qualifying examination of 10+2 with minimum of 55%
We had a Counselling & placement cell which was to help us with career guidence or various careers options available for us. Many HR managers from different companies were called in campus to interact with us. I got a job in a media organisation as we can also get job in it after completing of ba hons in English.
The college was one of a kind as it did not have any registration fee for the form. Admission to this college is solely based on the marks obtained in the qualifying exams. The candidates can fill the application form through online portal and have to appear in the campus for documents verification.
Our institute doesn? really have any placement and institute facilities but they do mentor students for their career and guide them according to their interests and skill set. The institute conducts regular workshops, seminars so that students are motivated. It is generally conducted by experts, entrepreneurs and research scholars.
After the completion of my higher secondary school, I had decided to go for B.com as I was inclined towards this course. The admission is purely based on your 12th results in which I got 72% and the admission was done when I got my name in the merit list.
After the completion of my course, only a few internships are offered to students who are paid internships with a stipend. The number of students getting job opportunities through the college is very less in ou course. I went for further studies.
I wanted to do this course for long, but according to my financial status, this college was the best for me. I got admission based on my marks on the school boards and had to appear for an entrance exam. My college only accepts students according to their marks and no donations.
The placement wing is good in the college. Many local companies are having the campus visit and selection. The college tries to provide internships to students, and help us prepare for interviews for the outside world.
The most beautiful thing about the college is the weather and the environment.The college follows a streamlined path for its curriculum which is the best part of this collge. The thing that might be improved here is the labs and other facilities otherwise the college is good.
MSc entrance & viva process. After results of bsc( honours).
No, internship is not given by college.
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