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Namrata Kaushik

Jai Hind College - [JHC]

BACHELOR OF MASS MEDIA
BATCH : 2007


  • 10/10

    ACADEMIC
  • 9/10

    FACULTY
  • 10/10

    INFRASTRUCTURE
  • 10/10

    ACCOMMODATION
  • 8/10

    PLACEMENT
  • 10/10

    SOCIAL LIFE

Updated on 11, Jan 2016

JHC, Mumbai

KICKASS!

  • 9.5/10Ratings

    REMARKS

    No remarks besides keep up the good work.The best campus and canteen

  • ENTRANCE PREVIEW

    My family is from jai hind, my sister was studying there and Late Principal Shivdasani & Late Mrs Mohini Dias were two sparkling personalities I'd see in campus when I would visit my sister. Being interested in media, I applied for BMM and took the entrance exam and I remember being interviewed by Late Mrs Dias who recognised me, thanks to my sis. Great college, professors, experience and amazing classmates. Wish I could go back and eat the amazing keema pav in the canteen

  • FEE STRUCTURE AND FACILITIES

    Feasible fees. They kept in mind middle class kids and even though mine was a limited course, fees were reasonable. It was which people from different backgrounds could afford and the students too made everyone feel at home

  • 8 /10Ratings

    PLACEMENT WING

    Very good. Didn't avail it but once again they were available and all the details were put up on the bulletin board and the helpful office staff would always update us.Even our professors were helpful when it came to job opportunities as well as our seniors

  • 10/10Ratings

    HOSTEL FACILITIES

    The best canteen in Bombay collegesI would give 10/10. Amazing variety for veg & non veg and reasonable prices. Even the people who ran the canteen were helpful.

  • ALUMNI

    Keep up the good work. Great faculty and very interactive and helpful including the office staff and peons:) Didn't feel even once that there was any sort of discrimination or didn't feel like attending. The professors knew we were smart adults and treated us so.

  • 9 /10Ratings

    FACULTY

    The best. All experienced and very understanding and helpful. The one's who knew what they were talking about and could get into discussions with to understand the topic better

  • 10 /10Ratings

    CAMPUS LIFE

    Very good and very relaxed. Especially about clothes, sitting and working in the corridors or waiting for the next class. They respected us and treated us like adults which is very helpful.

  • EXAM STRUCTURE

    Semester system is the best. We had enough time to relax and study. Portions were completed in time, if not, extra classes were held. Professors were helpful and would explain if asked zillion times. Project work was also spaced out so we had enough time to study for exams.

  • 10 /10Ratings

    COURSE CURRICULUM OVERVIEW

    It was a module based course. We had 6 semester, with 6 modules in each Sem. We had professionals teaching us who would balance work and teaching life along with personal.

  • 10 /10Ratings

    INTERNSHIPS OPPORTUNITIES

    In my day, RS 3000 which is very less now but I assume now it's increased. My first job paid me 7500 stipend, a full time job and my internship was for 3 months and it was 3000.

  • 10 /10Ratings

    COLLEGE EVENTS

    We would celebrate chocolate day, Valentine's, cultural day, Birthdayy and anything you could think of. I can't think of any other days but we would take part in malhar, kaleidoscope and win them all and come.The principal would personally come and have a look at the preparations and encourage everyone.

  • LOAN/ SCHOLARSHIP PROVISIONS

    Not aware of any. But I do remember reading it in the office. Like I mentioned, Jai Hind had a very helpful staff so any information needed was posted on the bulletin board or could be found out in the office.

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