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The college is a very old college hence why it lacks a few facilities like labs etc. but other than that the environment in which the college is situated and studies are really good along with the weather
First the student has to Check the eligibility Which requires the 10th and 12th standard grades if you?e good grades then you can proceed with the online application once the online application is done then wait for the merit list.
Admission to this college is very simple you just need to show your mark sheet when you will be able to be in the merit list and if you want and your name will be displayed in the merit list then you can take admission in this college very easily.
No placement no job opportunities no internships no Stipends provided by the college and the experience of this college is good providing us very good knowledge only for that reason this college is good.
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.
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