They often tend to reschedule classes on the weekend due to attendance requirements. Moreover, there is a 85-75% attendance requirement for each course. If the attendance is till 85%, it is okay. Between 85-75% means there will be a final grade drop in that particular course, and below 75% is a repeat of the course.
The course curriculum for Economics is quite nice since we get to work with real life data and make interesting correlations and inferences. We work on projects that involve applying our theoretical knowledge into providing our solutions for various problems we see around ourselves in the economy. The grading criteria is relative, so it's done on a bell curve.
There is a placement office cell on campus that helps students look for internships and placements before graduation. I have never been to the placement cell, however, I've heard one of my batch mates has received an offer of internship from JSW Steel for 2 months, paying him Rs. 50, 000/- for the duration.
We have two big fest's on campus - A sports fest Kurukshetra and a film fest -Firstcut. We get huge sponsors for the same, and the entire college is involved in making it a success. We also have FLAME fest where the entire college is divided into 4 and competes in different cultural aspects.
The fee when I joined was 7, 30, 000/- and will be the same till I graduate in 2021. However, every year the incoming batch's fee is raided by 10%. There are scholarships available on need based and merit based. I am currently on merit-based scholarship, so my actual fee payment is lesser.
They offer merit and need based scholarships. There are quite a few students, as per my knowledge, who are on 100% scholarship. I, myself, am on merit-based scholarship. They also have tie-ups with different scholarship funds for post-graduate studies.
A world class sports complex is currently on it's way, with indoor basketball court, badminton court, gym, swimming pool, and so on. It has a new built running track, and a turf football field. It has yoga rooms, and newly built tennis courts.
There are two types of housing available on campus - with AC and without AC housing. AC housing with attached washourooms are for RS. 75, 000/- extra a semester, while non-AC housing with attached washourooms are Rs. 60, 000/- eatra a semester. The non-AC housing with communal washouroom system (3 people share one washouroom) is not charged any extra amount. The housings on campus are relatively new, and of good infrastructure. There are more housing blocks coming up to accommodate new students.
Definitely, the alumni come to campus for talks, and to help current students out. They often refer their companies to students for internships, and are always ready to help out. The alumni are also mentioned/featured in a 'Life@FLAME newsletter'.
The admission process begins by filling out certain academic information from the past, and also drafting up an SOP of not more than 300 words. Then you move onto the next step of interview, group discussion, and FEAT - FLAME Entrance Aptitude Test. All the processes are relatively chilled out, since they want to see whether you're current affairs knowledge is good, whether you are able to confidently express yourself in the GD, and so on. The entrance exam consists of Math, GK and English.
The faculty is quite knowledge, and knows how to interact with the class. However, in some courses or subjects, some faculty aren't able to grasp the attention of all the students. Since it's a liberal arts University, out of the box methods are meant to be adopted. In some of the classes, that tends to not happen.
High quality education, Best college for Arts, various subjects options to choice, scope to career and placements, other activities such as sports, art circle dancing, singing, drama etc, NCC and NSS, rights are given to women, no harassment agaings women, Heritage and History of college
In arts stream not much companies come for placement. But definitely if you are good in studies and topper then you will get good opportunity through college.
1.The students are eligible from TY for campus placements. 2.The companies offers 30,000/- to 35000/- 3.10 out of 30 gets the job .I had never opted for the placements cause I have different plans.But My friends opted for the job and they got in. 4. My planning is to do MA after degree.
Have no idea about this much. But yes people have their startups. Entrepreneur cell does host informative and amazing sessions and activities which are helpful. Its enrollment fee is also reasonable.
The alumni batch of the college is very good, especially for economics students. We have a group on LinkedIn as well where all the students who have graduated with a degree of bachelors in arts, economics. That platform helps us solve our problems.
I am still in my first year so I don't have much idea about placements yet. Shivam Mahadevan ( singer) is my batchmate and has got opportunities through college. The entrepreneur cell of the college is very efficient and notable.
It's a art field not like other fields here you will get all facilities every times is not real but it's doesn't affect your study or progress as if you are going to become an artist you need to improve yourself on your own hardwork and dedication yeah bu
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