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It is good and bad in some things. The bad thing is it is still based on old infrastructure and some faculty are conserved thought type. The good is we are able to learn some skills there which are helping us in social life too.
I dont much know about loan facility. The scholarships are also unavailable from the college. But in our locality if one scores good marks he can be granted some scholarships by the local authority and some other local organisations.
It is quite affordable, the maximum we have to pay is 4000 per year. The fee depends on what subject one has taken, for humanities it is cheaper. But if you take science it is a bit expensive than humanities.
The college celebrated freshers welcome, farewell, teacher's day and some other festivals related to locals. Sports competions are also organised in the college. Various kinds of seminars are also organised here.
They are very good. We are provided with limitless lab instruments, as i am a science student we really need them. A gym has been opened in our college where we can go and workout during the college times.
They are very much successful, many of them are teachers in our college itself. Many of them are in high positions. The alumni also helps the college during functions, and they also organises functions sometimes.
It is good, every one are highly qualified and many of them holds a Phd degree. They seems to be well educated individuals, they usually finishes their work on time. They are good at their job. They does practical efficiently.
I applied online for the course, we were then called for counselling those who were qualified in the merit list. After the counselling we were directed towards our respective courses. Then the payment were done later.
It is a bit outdated, as we are still following 1+1+1 system but now the applied system is cbcs which is a bit advanced. The course is good, well provided facility, and a good number of faculty, provided with awesome lab.
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