college is quite average I would say, as if you're somewhat average student and have that kind of money you can go for it as the college has a brand value and also works on its students and the course they put a lot of efforts but not a lot on overall value development, in short of you're an above average student with good marks you should consider other options nor this college is decent but quite expensive
course is not very innovative, it's an average graduate course, if one is interested you get to learn a foreign language in the second year. course is focused towards managing business with international relations (imports/exports). at first it starts with business in the country and gradually it moves to international business
placements are quite decent, it's like if the candidate really wants and prepares professionally, there would be a lot of opportunities, not very great job profiles, but you would get a job.
as MIT is a group of institutions, a lot of events go on round the year, specific to MITSOM College the annual fest is named ENTHUSIA it has all sorts of fun activities with a lot of other colleges participating and events like Standup and cultural shows are also organized. different clubs are also there according to one's interests that conduct different activities from time to time
As I'm an alumni graduated in 2019 and was the last batch of Pune University our fees was roughly 85k a year, now the institution has gone private and the fees has shot up in the range of 2-2.5lacs a year, and the college does not provide lodging facilities, additional charges apart from fees are only during exams as they charge for exam forms that are in the range of 2k per semester
scholarships are generally not available here and I didn't take a loan, but they would guide you if one needs a loan
campus is well built and you get a good vibe, gender ratio is equally divided. there are various cultural societies according to one's interests, to name a few Dance, drama, Entrepreneur, art, etc. now a days as the college has gone to being private university and the fees has gone almost tripled, the students crowd has also changed as the current crowd is from the rich families and not a very brainy crowd as the college is not very focused towards students grades earlier.
they aren't very helpful, we never get to meet any alumni, in fact if you're not involved in any clubs you wouldn't even get to meet your seniors as hostels are nit there the college gets quite centered towards the people in your batch
First one needs to fill out the application form then take an entrance examination held across the country followed by an interview you would get the results in a few days, and the admission is based on entrance and interview points solely not on 12th grades
there would be around 10 lecturers in the course, pretty qualified, average age of 45, few lecturers had industry experience too. lectures happen daily and teachers puts efforts into students. teaching quality is good according to the course structure.
After 5th semester students become eligible for campus placements. Actually, I don't know about companies because it's my first year. But I know that there is very little opportunity for placement because I have talked with seniors. I plan to do a master from abroad after my graduation.
3rd year is the year one gets qualified to have placements and get the interviews done. The average package is 10lakhs. Almost 99 percent of students who apply for placements get it done. I will be pursuing higher education that is my master's.
Our college offers the best placements, many companies like jp Morgan, Tata, Annexure and a lot of other companies visit our college for an interview and select the students who have potential. Moreover, they offer paid training and the timing is flexible.
Placements are Average for the Undergraduate Courses in the college but if you are in the top 10% of your batch you don't have to worry about anything. But I think if placements are your sole aim for admission it will be better if you yourself work towards your employment as opportunities are plentiful. You will be placed for sure but the quality of placement for the rest 90% is 3-4LPA at best . Which gives you a good ROI but still most people in my batch went for Higher Education so the competition for placement is low. I'm still in my 2nd year but I have worked closely with the placement cell, So you can count on me with the figures.
After 3rd-semester students become eligible for campus placements. Companies such as Tata, Bazaz, money roller etc and a lot of offers are made. The average placement package is 7 lakh. The highest placement package 20 lakh. I will pursue MBA after BBA.
From 3rd year students of BBA & 2nd year for MBA. Aditya Birla - 21 offer, Amazon - 2, ICICI Bank-19. Domestic Highest package is 18 lac/- & International 54 lac/- for BBA students last year placement percentage in Pandemic was 89% via an online interview. After getting the degree of BBA, I will apply for law.
Christ college Pune is a decent college where you can maintain your acedamic performance and explore many cultural events which will turn you into a different person when you will pass out as well as you will observe culture diversity in the college.
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