Placements are pretty good in the college. Since it's a government college, many companies come up to recruit students. The average package goes around 5-6 lakhs per annum and around 70% of the students get placed.
The fee structure of the college is very very affordable since it's a government college. The fees per semester is Rs 2000. We have a total of 8 semesters. So the total tuitions fees add up to Rs 16000 for a period of four years which is very affordable.
The college provides separate hostel facilities for boys and girls studying the btech courses. The hostel provides spacious, clean and well-maintained rooms. Along with adequate arrangements for lodging as well as hygienically prepared food we also have sufficient security to ensure the safety of students residing in the hostel under the watchful eye of the hostel wardens.
Seniors are awesome. There a very lovely and there is an open relationship between senior and junior. U can also share a room with them. They are also quite helpful and will support u at every instant and will stand by you always
I got admission into this college through my JEE score. The college takes in students on the basis of their performance in the JEE MAIN entrance exam. I scored 90 in JEE and could manage to get admitted into this college.
The college has an incredibly dedicated work force. The college gives a conventional extent of all around arranged and extraordinarily showed representatives who are all around outfitted with the front line advancement. The instructors similarly put in a lot of tries to adjust the subject into the understudies mind. The teachers are pleasing and are open every one of the a chance to help the understudies.
From the 5th semester onwards the students become eligible for the campus placements. There are different National and international companies which recruit their employees from the college some of the companies are Tata Google ll jio Airtel. the percentage of students getting placement depends from year to year only academic of the student.
For Jobs and placement, the college has a dedicated placement cell. they improving our soft skills and conducting the mock interview and group discussion to exploring more our self. although overall placement is not good at all we need to put our 100% then only we can get something better.
Negative: When I was the student, it has very small building and limited resources, no college bus for students to get proper transportation and no proper play ground. Positive: New campus with huge building and play ground in the campus. Fully functional laboratories with adequate and professionally qualified staff.
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