No since Institute provide a good academic curriculum since it is a academic oriented campus apart from it there is no campus life for the students since there are no sports ground overall if you visit isbf it is a good experience
Course curriculum is too wide and covering overall aspect of banking and financing. Including mathametics and economics and it is mostly practical as compared to bba and ba. It teaches ms excel which will be helpful in lateron in life.
No it doesn't provide any internship for the students. Since there motive is to give there best in academic and there is no internships provided for the students but the placements are good such as in big investment banks etc.
Placement and job opportunities are in big mnc and big 4 such as in big investment banks provide high career growth opportunities. World Wide opportunities for all the aspirants. You can also become economist etc.
There will be orientation ceremony for undergraduate students and in whole year there will be festivals and carnivals etc. Participation is open for all and it will be a great experience for more exposure.
Fees structure is both expensive as well as feasible because the fees is high but if you have performed well in entrance test and in interview there will be scholarship provided for the students. And for those who have topped continuously in first year every paper will be provided by 100%scholarship for 2nd year.
There will be scholarship opportunities depending on your performance in interview and entrance test. Loan you can be taken from any bank. There is no provision of loan. If you performed throughout the first year you will be provided by a 100%scholarship for 2nd year
Campus is just academic oriented so there is not much for sports and entertainment. There is no phrase campus life exsisted in the isbf. Apart from it cafeteria is good. There is big auditorium, good lecture rooms fully air conditioner, fully furnished
No idea since I am student who live in delhi and there is no requirement of hostel for a student who live in delhi since it is too close for students who live near to lajpat nagar. There will be metro station just closed to the campus.
No since I am new to the Institute I don't know much about the alumni network. But I know it will be excellent as and when I come to about them. They have provided some tips before interview in the campus apart from it I don't know much
Very convenient, exams will mostly held in December under the examination partner - British Council exams will be in English medium easy to access for everyone. Exam paper and answersheet will be viewed by lse examination team
First you have to apply for the admission then after submitting online admission details there will be entrance test online which will be attempted by students from their respective houses. Laptop is must. Then after shortlisting there will be interview and your 12th marks will also be considered. Such round held for three times from December to June.
Faculty is very cooperative ,supportive in terms of further job opportunities and also in academic issues. They guide on each and every prospective realted to our life Guide on admission process in other colleges such as for masters in any foreign university.
There is no placement cell in the college as per my knowledge. However, teachers help us out with internships. Companies like Nestle, Cadbury, max, etc visit here with internship offers. After getting the degree, I plan to crack entrance examinations to get admission in MSc. In one of the best Food technology colleges like CFTRI, etc.
From the 5th semester, students become eligible for the campus placement. Many companies visited my college placement like- Bijus, Zoomato, Vedanta & many other tech Oriented companies. The highest package offered was around 20 lakhs & the average package is about 15 lakhs per annum. The percentage of the students getting placed is approximately 10%. I want to do my post-graduation.
From 5-semester students become applicable for placements and all placement related details are shared in a college group compromising of more than 2500+ students. Most student opt for higher studies after a bachelor's some start preparing for entrance exams.
I didn't totally decline that campus placement is offered but the ratio of placement of our college is not good. Some companies visit campus for placement but there is less in number and they offer less package. I recommend if you looking for campus placement, then this college is not for you. Hardly 3 out of 10 students get placement. Now talking about other than placement then most students are preparing for government exams like UPSC, SSC and some are preparing for IIT jam, GMAT etc. I planned to do post-graduation after my under graduation and after that preparing for UPSC.
Campus placement is a little off from last 2-3 years. But internships are being provided in top notch companies like Nestle, Britannia, DMS, Mother Diary, Patanjali and so on. Most of the students opt for higher studies after graduation. Some of our seniors has got into Niftem, BHU, IIFT and other prestigious institutions for their post graduation.
Lots of placement comes in the 3rd or final year of college. A lot of students get placement and some don't. Some companies give the highest packages but some don't. Many give 1.2lacs per year package as they are hiring Freshers but later on salaries can be increased according to your performance but mostly commerce and art sides get more placements
Our college doesn't provide placement for undergraduates but excellent placements are offered for post-graduate. DU itself is a very good and renowned University hence its fame helos the students to get good placements My aim after completing my undergraduate is to do post-graduation
The placement cell of the college is very much active. The placement package is quite good. But it depends much on the qualification of the candidate that how's s/he has performed. Otherwise, college placement is all good as the reputation enjoyed by the college is attentive. Many alma matters are very much famous, which make internship companies and placement companies fall for Hansraj college. So in literal terms, college placement is no less than others. ( As per many seniors, the average package goes like 3-4 lakh per annum to 7 -9 lakhs per annum). It may rise high, depending on the qualification of student and level of the company.
Placements are good but for students of commerce, mathematics or computer sciences. But for my course that is botany there are not good job offers atleast for the graduate students. Mostly student prefers to undergo masters after graduation. But if you want a job you can get that through placement cell but they dont pay well. Deloitte, Accenture, TCS, etc many renowned companies as well as startup companies offer jobs.
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