Our college have their own exam. I got 80 percentile in Diploma exam and 70% in Bachelor exam. I was unable to enter directly into B.Pharmacy so I took admission in Diploma as I wanted to pursue my bachelors from the same college through lateral entry directly into 2nd year. I had no doubt of my college as it's part of Delhi university.
Curriculum was standard as per Delhi pharmacy council. In depth study of basics in first year like anatomy and physiology, pharma chemistry, pharmaceutics, biochemiistry. In 2nd year, it was more of manufacturing medications and industrial training. 500hrs of training as pharmacist in hospital was also compulsory as part of the curriculum.
Reputed companies like Ranbaxy, Evalueserve, Apcer and Apollo hospital. They offered good packages like 2-5lakhs during internship. Apcer took 10 students and offered 2-3 lakhs per annum.Evalueserve took 10 students after taking 5 rounds of interview and offered 3.5 lakhs.Ranbaxy took 5 candidates and offered 3 lambs in R &D.
It's very feasible. It's a government college so nothing to worry. They do provide facilities of scholars and loan services. For diplomacy, 25000 and for graduation it is 40-5000. Sports quota and SC, ST quota fees is very less. People who have cleared GPAT and got good rank, it's almost free.
There is lot of opportunities like scholarship to study further in abroad or in India. PhD students get stipend of 25000 and can work as a teacher for diploma courses .Education loans are accessible from our college and they provide all the help required for the same.
Sports week includes all activities. Girls were very much interested in giving good competition to boys. We have organize parties in hostel and freshers party in college for the juniors. We do have a cultural events organized by our student party president. There is absolutely no Ragging and biasedness regarding race, religious views or politics.
10/10 rating for furniture. Rooms were small n four students used to stay in one room when I was in college but now it's better as they have build 7 floor building for girls and boys separately. Rental was very less as compared to outside. 2000 per month including food.
It was good. Seniors are very supportive and helpful. There was no ragging case in my college. Alumni is a great place as I made some very good contacts in pharma industry through this. We share our achievements and progression which is very helpful for the new students. We don't have to struggle if we know someone in pharma companies.
It's Delhi university so the atmosphere is very chilled out but during exams it's hectic as theory and practical exams comes together back to back.
Teachers are very experienced and masters of their subjects. They were apt n very friendly. One teacher Mr. Majumdar who is a senior most teacher motivate a lot n help in placements.
No bad remarks for my college everything was good in there place well managed fees labs faculties lecture rooms play ground etc so no complaints about college.
I got in JNU through an examination known as CEEB (Combined Entrance Examination for Biotechnology) which is organized by JNU only. JNU conducts this examination on behalf of nearly 34 universities of India to give admission in M.Sc Biotechnology.
Well this is the place where JNU lacks. Though last year JNU opened a placement cell for on campus placement for science students but no company cane here. So, basically there is zero on campus placement available here right now.
Good habit of college is that it is giving good placement but bad things that there is problem of water coolers and the students section, they do not provide free wifi to students which in necessary, canteen of college is also not good
In the college there was all things are good but they have some small small issues like there canteens are not that good there was sometimes water problem in the whole college otherwise all things are good.
Faculty is good Crowd is less .
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