Overall, I can say that Hindu college has been the best part of my life. I got an exposure to the best things that I could not get anywhere. I got some great people to know and learn a lot from them. I got to learn a lot from teachers and the tradition of the college. In a nutshell, I can say *Hinduites are Dynamites*.
The exams are scheduled twice a year, i.e. semester wise. The curriculum includes some such skills and ability enhancement courses/subjects that are really good for one's overall development and they definitely help the students to learn things beyond their course.
There are a few societies run by students with the assistance of a teacher-in-charge. They handle placements and internships opportunities for the students and are very much successful at it. But looking at the courses College provides, there is not much scope for the placements but there is a huge scope for the students interested in Internships. And the college itself provides some internships for the Science students, in it's own campus. I haven't done any internship as I don't want to pursue my career in Science.
There are numerous events in the college, from department/society level to the inter college level. 1. Most of the departments and societies organizes their own freshers parties, annual fests and farewell parties. 2. There are college fests such as Mecca(Cultural fest), Mushairah(Literary fest), Vaktavya(Annual Conclave). 3. College organizes freshers party, foundation day party and graduation night(farewell party).
The fee structure is quite low. The courses are very much feasible. The fee for all the courses is confined between Rs.15,000 to Rs.20,000. With this, the facilities, infrastructure and opportunities provided to us are no match to others.
There is no such scholarship or loan facility that college provides that can compensate for the students fee or living expenses. But there are a few small (ranging from a few hundreds to a few thousands) that are given to students on the basis of their academic performance.
We're provided an unmatched opportunity to excel and develop our skills through ECAs. We've a huge sports complex and a sports room. The labs further Science students are pretty much good with well functioning equipments but sometimes the equipments are pathetic, as being the government funded institution, it takes some time to replace the damaged instruments. But overall, we've a great opportunity for developing our skills and excelling in almost and field.
Yes, I live in hostel. It in on-campus hostel. It costs around Rs. 55,000-60,000. With this fee, the infrastructure and facilities provided are very good. We have our library, common room, laundry room, sports equipments and other basic requisites. And the most important thing, the food is amazing in the hostel at such a cost price in Delhi.
The seniors are very much helpful. When I came in here, I had no idea about how to go about the college and all, but seniors helped me everytime. And that's a perk of being a hosteler. For the alumni, there's an old students association union of the college that organizes some events throughout the year.
I got admission in 2017. I came with my documents, such as 12 and 10 marksheet, TC, migration and other required documents. I had to get them verified from my school and then submit them within the time for which the merit was open. After submitting the documents, I had to pay the admission and College fees for the annual session and to get my admission confirmed.
The faculty is quite good. Although most of the teachers are on ad-hoc basis, because of less number of permanent seats for the teachers than actual requirements. And sometimes guest teachers are also invited to teach, if required. The faculty is exceptionally good when comes to comparison with other colleges but some teachers are out of the league, may be because of their old teaching styles or their years of experience.
Placements of our course are not up to the mark. However, many companies visit the college at the time of the placement fair but I don't find them useful for my course. You can choose for an internship to enhance your CV
The placement cell is actually very good and provides a lot of opportunities. There is an annual internship fair also where 100s of companies come and recruit students of all years and all courses as interns and the maximum stipend for these internships even go to 10k per month for just a part-time internship. The job opportunities are there but not very good for the science stream, they are much better for commerce and humanities. There are many Tier A and tier B companies recruiting a good amount of students like VQMS, SMAASH and many NGOs also. The placement percentage is around 60% and most of the students want to do post-graduation for further growth. I have plans to do MBA after my graduation.
From the 5th semester, students became eligible for campus placements. The college is best for placements. Placement fair held in the month of March where top MNCs visit our college to recruit students for jobs. Students of courses like Bcom, BBE, IT apply in large numbers. About 60% of the students get selected for final placements every year and around 80% of the students get internships from our course. Some of the companies i.e Allen, ICICI, Genpact, etc visit our college for placements. The maximum percent of students are placed after the course ended. The highest package of the college offered is 4LPA and the lowest is 2.5 LPA. Top roles are offered to BCom, BA Hons students in the business department. E&Y is one of the top recruiting companies. Generally, companies come for commerce and arts background students in our college. I am currently preparing for MBA i.e CAT exam and want to be in one of the top B schools.
My university was amongst top 5 universities for this score.The fees was good and above all the faculty was great. The atmosphere was good and favorable for me. I kind off liked the location which was the reason i loved it.
There is no such big placement cell in our college but there are placement of students in different food companies like nestle,dabur etc. And also in different MNC and hospitals ir different fittness and training center based on our specialization.
Miranda House has one the best campus in DU. It is the topmost college of Delhi University.The infrastructure according to me in the entire north campus Miranda House has best infrastructure. We have two buildings one is new and one is old, both the buildings are maintained in great manner. Hygiene is the main priority. The labs are maintained perfectly. The library of the college according to me is best. The food of our college is really good in taste and fresh as well.
the college is situated in the east of Delhi region and is affiliated to DU and offers only courses related to nursing and medical fields. the college opts for the entrance test for the admissions in the college. the college admissions is based on the admission list prepared by the college on the basis of marks scored in the entrance test.
no the college doesn't provide internship to the students but there are several medical associations and chambers who visit the college campus for the placements to the students but only can make it. the remaining rest will have to look on their own.
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