Samyak college is known for training its students in obtaining the contemporaneity skills and knowledge about the techniques included in the architecture industry. As it is one of the fastest growing industry, we cannot stay back but learn about it then and there to survive.
Our curriculum is the standard architecture curriculum by the council of architecture which has been updated pertaining to the modern technologies and improvements in the architectural field, for all the semesters we have design as a part of the curriculum, we have studios where we can go practice. Internal assessments are how we are evaluated apart from the end semester.
there are no placements as of now, as most of us probably know that it is a complex thing to have placements for architecture, most of them go for higher studies rather than for jobs, however, we can get leads about jobs if we attend any internships (not by the college) or from seniors who are in good firms.
The fee is feasible by most of them, the fee structure is Rs. 75,000 for the whole academic year, which makes it around Rs. 3.75 Lakhs for the entire course (five years). Some other fees are also included, which tend to vary then and there.
Our college encourages all types of activities like sports, cultural and other co-curricular activities equally as it supports academic growth. We have a ground to play and relax, and sometimes conduct events.
I score a 65% in my boards and had a pretty decent NATA score, the minimum requirement for board marks is 50% and a non-zero positive NATA score. The admissions here happen through the Maharashtra association of schools of architecture. Keep yourself updated with the important dates put up in the website after applying for the course.
All of our faculties are full of knowledge about their respective area of expertise, they are very motivating and inspiring, never failing to keep on focused on the subject. All the staffs, the teaching and non-teaching, behave in an unbiased manner with us.
I wanted to pursue architecture and I wanted to become an architect and hence I pursued architecture and faculty-student ratio for designing subjects is 1 is to 10 that is 1 faculty handles 10 students and there 2 homegroup teachers and slos there is one internal faculty and one external faculty. teachers are BARCH AND MARCH and also they are working architecht who come to teach us.
This college believes that education is not only books, classrooms and assignments, it is something apart from that all. Everything here is given equal importance be it academics or extracurricular activities or research project, you are not restricted from doing anything.
1. Eligibility criteria- score a non-zero score in either NATA or JEE main paper 2. 2. Boards- obtain minimum of 50%. I qualified both of these criteria. 3. The counselling happens under the Council of Architecture (COA). There is no management quota.
Placements are a bit complex at here, however, students go for internships getting permanent offers there, some get landed in good firms after graduation and some go for higher studies. Some alumni help us by recommending us in their firms.
The college management including the teaching and non-teaching staff has always been helpful.
The college provides an excellent infrastructure for students and the team of faculties is constantly striving to enhance the teaching patterns
The only good thing about the college is it's beauty or the infrastructure since it is ann architecture college. The faculty is not good. The marking system is not good at all we don't get internal marks only. They are sometimes just concerned about earning money so they fail us.
The college management is okay. Because of the reputed name various eminent architects and firms come to the college occasionally which is not very common for all the colleges
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