The college environment is pretty competitive in nature but it trains you for the future. One could expect the best 3 years of their life if they build a small social group which they can open up to. The 3 years would be much more beneficial if an individual keeps pushing oneself and tries to participate in numerous activities and learn from them.
The curriculum is based on CBCS DU syllabus. The semester system makes it a bit hectic as internals start just one month after the commencement of the semester. However, the curriculum is based on accountancy, business and economics along with laws, taxation, etc.
There are ample opportunities for placements and internships. The highest package goes upto ?31 Lakhs p. a. and the average CTC is over ?8 LPA. A wide range of profiles come to recruit such as Consulting, Finance, Research, hour, Marketing and others. Companies like the Big 4 or McKinsey, Bain, Accenture come to campus. The internship opportunities are available as well and various companies come to hire with stipend going upto ?150000 per month.
There are huge number of societies in the college and regular fests keep on happening, especially in the even semesters (Sem 2, 4, 6). The 2 biggest fests are Business Conclave and Crossroads organised by The Students' Union. There are fests organised by other societies and clubs as well which cover almost every field - music, dance, dramatics, computers and mathematics, commerce, economics, history, politics, literature, etc. The average footfall for various fests ranges from 1500-75000, depending on the size and nature of the fest.
Feasible and government funded. Per semester fees is about ?15000. This doesn't include accommodation or food. Hostel facility is available to limited number of students based on merit as well as need.
Loan facilities are not available but there are ample scholarship opportunities available. Most of the scholarship facilities are based on the financial needs of the individuals but there are a couple which are based on merit as well. One such example is the MitsubishI scholarship which is awarded based on the merit.
Gender ratio is almost equal. A few student gatherings are organised by the college's students' union. A huge number of workshops are held and most of them are informative. As mentioned before there are ample cultural societies and societies based on student diversity such as the North-east cell. The college environment is respectful of diversity in terms of gender, race, caste and sexual orientation. However, the administration tries to restrict even healthy political discussion and events.
I have been living in a PG and they are a bit expensive with rent ranging from 13000-21000 for a double sharing room. But there are ample PGs and rented flats available near the college itself. The PG rent includes food and maintenance. The average rental for a rented flat would also sum up to the same amount if you include food, maintenance, etc.
The college seniors are extremely helpful and offer advise based on the general experience. The societies help in interaction with the seniors and gelling up with them is beneficial. Networking in the college is pretty easy. The alumnI base is pretty wide and has helped in the development of the college over the years.
I wanted to pursue BCom (Hons) and it is the best college in the country for this course. The admission is based on cutoff on 12th grade marks. The cutoff is extremely high and the lowest it goes for general category students is about 97. 5%. The cutoffs are different for various reserved categories.
The faculty is extremely qualified and motivated. They are extremely approachable and can be of immense help outside the classroom as well. Most of the faculty is either already holding a doctorate or are in the course of getting a PhD. Each professor is capable of teaching at least 3 different subject.
As I mentioned earlier that our college has placement cell which our organised by our student council. It trained many students which enhance their skills and personality development. From my point of view, the placements of our college is good but not far better than other colleges. Many Companies come to our college and take the interviews. Most of them get selected either for job or for internship. All types of jobs are offered here. The highest salary offered is Rs. 50000 per month. The average salary is Rs. 15000 per month. IBM is a company that hire many students. College invites company like Genpact. We get to learn and earn many useful things in this college. Many Ngo's come to our college to hire students.
Students after 3rd semester can apply for placements. The placement cell at Hansraj is a student-run body headed by teacher convenors who work towards the common goal of getting all students placed in various companies. About 70% of students get placed every year. The best package is about 8 lac per annum.
From 5th semester students become eligible for the placement. Khalsa has a very active placement cell which helps students in getting good placement opportunities. Major recruiters are KPMG, deloitte,, PWC, EY, Chegg, etc. About 80+ companies visits college for the placement. It was successful with 2300+ registrations and 8300+ applications. Profile offered are finance, management, consultancy, HR, etc Highest package offered was 80000 per month and the average package range between 4-6 lakhs p. a. Percentage of students getting placed is 70-80%. I will be going for placement after graduation.
Students can apply for placements from 5th semester only. Lots of reputed companies visit our campus. Highest package last to last year was 19 lakhs(2019) I don't know the highest package of 2020 but placements were good. I am planning to pursue MBA after graduation and will give a try and will sit for the placements as well.
Yes, campus placement is there in our college. In fact, internship fairs took place after a few days. From 3rd year or 5th-semester, students are eligible for campus placement. Varieties of companies are coming. Some are big companies some are startups and others. The average package is 6L per annum, not more than it. And my plan after it as I am a CA student so I am preparing for CA-inter and college is just for graduation purpose and for improving my CV.
In the 5th semester, companies start coming for placements and one can apply there itself. Every year number of companies come including Deloitte, KPMG, PWC, Decathlon, etc and they take a number of people according to their requirements. As far as I know the highest package for B.COM Hons graduate was somewhere 12 L per annum. I am focused on doing a job after college and I got the job in college placement itself
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