Mechatronics is offered by Delhi Institute of Tool engineering affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University. I chose this course because it is very valuable in countries like Germany and Japan. This course is related to industrial robotics, incorporation of AI in mechanics which has the demand in future. The course curriculum is good, and the only thing I want is that the students should be taught more about the practicals related to this course. As our college is affiliated to GGSIPU, the students can participate in the annual cultural festival Anugoonj. Even our college organises the technical fest Ennogy provided that the students take the initiative in organising it and that the government funds it. For connectivity the college is just 2 km away from Govindpuri metro station on the violet line of DMRC one can easily take an auto, bus or tempo service to reach the college. Students get to experience the various activities held by the government and also apply to the various scholarship schemes launched by both the central and state governments.
Tool Engineering is a division of Industrial Engineering. Its function is to plan the process of manufacture, develop various tools and machines and integrate facilities required for producing particular products with minimal expenditure of time, labour and material. Coursework is designed to include the art of designing jigs, fixtures, press tools, creating die casting designs, plastic moulds designs, mastering advanced plastic processing technologies and becoming perfect in metrology and measurements. B.E./B.Tech in Tool Engineering is a 4-year programme. Tool engineering is based on the use and application of various industrial tools within a manufacturing set-up. Students specialising in this branch of engineering pay attention to the structure and stiffness of the various industrial tools and machines used for creating certain products. One can pursue M.E./M.Tech in Tool Engineering after successful completion of BE/B.Tech.
The placements in this college are approximately 100%, and the minimum package offered to our college is Rs. 2 lakhs per annum which is not much good but still better than other private colleges because the fees are very effective. The fee is only Rs. 60,000 per year. The highest package offered in 2017 was approximately Rs. 6.5 lakhs per annum. So, in starting, you can get the placement, and from that, you can increase your experience. Afterwards, you can get a good package from other companies.
Last year, a techfest named Ennogy was organised, and that was really good. Scholarships were provided by the university and the Government of Delhi for the students who are economically backward. If you don't want to attend the classes daily, you can join here.
Fee is feasible and one can easily pay off the fee of this college. Since this college is govt affiliated so fee is neither too high nor too low unlike private college charges a heavy amount. The annual fee of this college is 72000 which is a Preety good amount.
Since fee of college is not that much so i haven't applied for any scholarship but on the govt portal u can find many options for scholarship. For example a person from minority can get his tuition fee back per annum that is 40000rs by completing all the terms n conditions.
The infrastructure is not much huge, but it is good. The labs are present for the students. Some of the labs include CAD, CAM, electronics, theory of machines etc. The workshop lab is available. The library is also there with book bank from where you can take books for full semesters. But there is no hostel facility. Sex ratio is 1:4 Means 1 girl on 4 boys
No,hostel facility is not available yet. Students have to live in nearby PG's or they can take rooms on rent Nearby C lal chowk is having the facility of PG's and many students access this in order to attend classes.
Only freshers parties are held in our college. The fest is held at GGSIPU which goes on for 3 days. The crowd is good, and only those students are allowed whose colleges are affiliated with GGSIPU. Our college has a lot of greenery. Jungle surrounded our college but now they have at least made a park around the college which is very good.
Jee Mains is the entrance exam by means one can get admission in the college.I chose tool engineering because i want to start my own production of die casting and tool engineering deals with tool making and die casting. First of all you have to give mains exam then wait for results After that you will get your rank since my college is ipu affiliated so go to the ipu site then n fill up your registration form Then cutoffs will come out for the admissions then one can take admission if they are having rank in that cutoff
Approximately half of the faculty members are permanent, and the other half of faculty members are guest faculty. However, all the faculty are good. They want to teach us, and they support us a lot. Some of the faculty members are over excellence, and they provide a good quality of education, but some are not even good. In conclusion, you will have to study by yourself, and you have to show your initiative regarding everything. About the course, as I already said, there are only two branches of engineering including B.Tech in tool engineering and B.Tech in mechatronics.
From 6th-semester Students apply to different companies and appear in the Interview process and prepare for Coding Rounds. 20% of Students grab Highly paid packages. 10% opt for further degrees. 5% prepare for other exams UPSC like stuff Rest others go for Employment either On-Campus or Off-Campus Placement in Companies like TCS, Wipro, Infosys, Swiggy, Zomato, Or Startups, etc.
I have plans to do a job, which I have already got from Infosys. I will do a framework and explore different fields and opportunities available. I will switch my job or work in the future. I am also planning to pursue some higher degree courses after completing my B.Tech from Information and technology.
So, ASET Delhi has is associated with AMITY Noida which means that we get to seat in their placements and enjoy their luxuries with IPU fees. Big companies like Google, HCL, Accenture, Microsoft, etc do come every year to recruit students. You need to be eligible for placements by securing at least 65% marks overall without any backlogs. IT and CS students can get placed in the first half easily since the companies usually come for their branch only mostly.
Placements are the sole reason I took admission here. I am from Electrical background btw but if you are from IT and CS then this place is heaven for you. In order to be eligible for the placements, you need to score 65 above with no backlogs. Accenture is the major recruiter in the college. The max package was 28lpa during my time. The average package is 3.5 LPA.
NSUT is best known for its placements, although the placements in our branch are not as good as those in other branches but if you really wish to be placed no one stops you. You can bag software related jobs or get yourself into any non core jobs in sales or management field. The core job opportunities as in most of the college for the biotech branch are almost non existent. You definitely need at least a post grad degree in order to get a decent core job in this field. The placement season begins after you start with your 7th Sem and continues till the end the end the college. There are lot of companies that visit the campus (over 170). Companies like Facebook, phonePe, JP Morgan, Amazon, Goldman Sachs allow biotech branch students to sit in their selection process. Although the completion is very high still you can bag a very handsome package from this branch as well. The average package hovers around 7-8lpa. I wish to pursue Mtech/MS after the completion of my course
In 6 sem you will be able to get placement. 15-16 students of my class got placed in their 6 semesters. By the 8 semesters, the majority of candidates will come out having a job in their hands. The highest packet paid by company Microsoft was 15 LPA. Around 80% of students got placed rest 20% opt for further studies. Currently, I am doing a job in an Automotive Company.
The placement of our college is good. Students start applying for an internship in their 3rd year and in their 4th year some get PPO and other students started applying for campus placements. Most of the companies visit every year including service based and product based both like Infosys, TCS, HCL, Wipro, Paytm, Swiggy, Zomato, Amazon, Oracle, Direct-I etc. Approximate 80% of students get placed in these companies. The average package offered is 3.5-4 LPA by the service-based company and the highest package is 30-32 LPA by companies like Amazon. My plan after getting a degree is to get placed in a product based company like Amazon.
The admission only requires JEE MAINS. If you are general you really have to score very good to get a seat, but if you belong to OBC you have to score good, but if you are SC/ST you don't have to worry about any marks just enjoy your +2. And I am OBC so I enjoyed limited and had to study some, as I was interested in computes and software ,but I got 109 marks out of 360 which is not a good one so I opt for maths and computing.
When I was in +1, I was fascinated by software as I was a student of C++ and so I wanted to do engineering, so I filled the JEE form in December. It was JEE exam on 4 April 2106, while coming out of the examination centre many students were too confident about good result but I was not. Finally the day of result came on 20 May and I got 109 marks.
I am taking direct admission by showing aieee thier is no such process for admission they directly give the admission to student.
Placement in our college is not so good all company come are hire for BPO and KPO so i suggest do not take admission in this college for job.
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