Advantages: without these new opportunities, many students would never have realized a college degree was still possible. The advantages include: 1. Reduced Cost The competitiveness for enrolling students in online courses (or to complete degree programs), literally from across the globe, has created a marketplace that enables students to enroll in almost any course provided by dozens of institutions. This competition has driven both the cost to the institution and the price for the student downward due to almost unlimited enrollments. 2. Accessibility Similarly, the online course environment and proliferation of such opportunities enables students to enroll in courses at multiple times during the calendar year and to complete the required work for each course on their own time, that is, around work, family and other personal obligations. Students are also able to complete courses at a single location, usually their own home, a library or some other designated space. The alleviation of time and space restrictions for learning is a tremendous enhancement to this degree completion opportunity. 3. Fulfillment of Dreams Perhaps the most significant of the results associated with these opportunities for many students is the realization they are able to earn a degree, which might have seemed unattainable until now. Many of the barriers to completion are removed from their paths and a college degree is suddenly within reach. Disadvantages: capitalizing on these opportunities may come with some risk. The consumer of any commodity must always acknowledge the “buyer beware” warning label, and this is unfortunately also true with higher education. Some disadvantages (warnings) include: 1. Inflated Expectations (especially for transfer) Sometimes students may become so enthralled with their new opportunities for courses they might make assumptions about how their newly-earned credits will apply to their previous degree program or transfer to the institutions they previously attended. Academic policies at a former institution might allow for limited courses taken at other institutions, have time limits on specific courses or have substantial changes in degree requirements. Clearly, students must confer with the institution from which they intend to earn a degree before enrolling in courses. 2. Coherence of the Degree Program When students take advantage of the multiple and varied opportunities for completing courses that enable them to advance their degree, they often succumb to the simple criterion of availability — if it meets a requirement, it’s okay. This principle might be true, but the relationships of the total curriculum could easily be lost in the disconnectedness of taking courses from many different sources. This is not to say students do not learn from each course, but that the integration of course content may not be obvious when left to the individual students to infer. 3. Vulnerability Unfortunately, there are course and degree “providers” engaged in this new opportunity that are not as ethical, or even legitimate, as most are. Misleading advertising can be very compelling to the eager and unsuspecting student, especially since there has been so much positive press about these expectations and opportunities. However, diploma mills do exist, and the student is responsible to verify a provider’s status. Also, some institutions may mask their lack of specific accreditation(s) in order to attract unsuspecting students. Such accreditations can be especially relevant in professional and licensure programs, and even in traditional liberal arts and science, business, health care and other areas.
Like many students at university, you may be unhappy about the results you attain in exams. You may feel that even with all you are doing there must be something more -- or different-- you could be doing to get better grades. We have all at some time or other heard of that student who only studies a couple of hrs for final exams and scores A's every time. We stand in awe of those who seem to breeze through without undue effort and seem to need very little in the way of studying to nail an exam. The reasons for success, in what I think are the vast majority of cases, are less esoteric than many students think: successful students consistently apply a series of productive strategies with view to attaining clearly identified learning and grade goals throughout the academic term. Where difficulties arise Sometimes the difficulties students have with preparing effectively for exams stem from a need to develop fundamental skills such as time management, reading for comprehension, note-taking, and coping with anxiety. If this is true of you, you might also find it helpful to read "Reading University Level Materials" and "Note-taking at University" to strengthen your essential learning skills. Some other reasons that students experience difficulties preparing for exams are related to constraints on time, lack of preparation of appropriate kinds, and a misplaced focus on the course material. In some cases students have difficulty developing an adequate understanding of the theoretical perspectives of the course or the course concepts and applying this understanding of one part of the course to another. Others try to maintain their old approach to studies and this may involve them choosing to memorize materials when it may be more appropriate to work analytically or interpretively; this in turn may lead to increased anxiety and a chance of "blanking out" in exams.
In MANIT college there is a T&P cell which is known as Training and placement cell. They provide opportunities andcreate job chances to invite MNC companies. They provide internship also. For stipend you will be research student like m.tech, PhD, JREE student and you will get stipend according to hrD department schemes.
TEDx talks Did you know that the iconic idea-sharing forum TEDx started as a campus event at USC in 2009? Now, the platform encourages campuses to start their own version of the digitally evolved lecture series. Capturing such talks on video makes for powerful, potentially viral social media. For details on how to start a campus TEDx, visit the website. College campus farmer’s market Reach out to local farms and vendors to organize a campus farmer’s market. Not only does this allow students to support local businesses, it gets them stocked up for the week with easy transport and encourages healthy eating habits and community engagement. 24/48-hr film festival Anyone can make a short movie with the user-friendly digital tools at our disposal today, and college students love their newfound freedom to stay up all hrs of the night. Give them the opportunity to create something awesome with that time. Come up with a list of themes and some basic ground rules on length and subject matter. Themes get handed out based on a lottery, and teams have 24 or 48 hrs to complete their film. Pick a day to showcase entries in a theater setting, complete with snacks and awards. Community service events Millennials love expressing their values online, but 80% of them feel it’s essential for people to come together in person to promote positive change. Invite them to be that change. Team up with an organization outside of campus to promote and orchestrate a meaningful community event. For instance, clean up a local beach, organize a themed open mike, or raise awareness with a special class where all proceeds go to a cause. Craft workshops Host a workshop where students can make their own dorm room décor — think plant hangers, terrariums, or recycled frames for their art. Get inspiration from Pinterest, Instagram, or Etsy for the latest crafting trends. College-friendly cooking classes Cooking classes keep students healthy and prepare them to start being more self-sufficient. But make sure your cooking classes have an enticing theme and plan dishes that are easy, cheap, and college-student friendly: mac n’ cheese, stir fry, homemade ramen, or pho. Create a student mentorship program Look to Big Brother/Big Sister programs for inspiration to pair up senior students with freshman. You can also be more specific with the pairings, like pairing first-gen college students with older first-gen students who understand their experience, or creating an LGBTQI+ mentorship program or event. Battle of the bands You can count on any college campus to have a plethora of musically inclined students. Offer local bands the chance to perform in a bigger on-campus venue and compete for best-in-show. Even if it’s not a “battle, ” you can still theme the event based on music genre or make it into a mini-fest with food stands and dance floors. “Solo” night hike Sends groups out on an established trail (with reliable guides) late at night. Send a guide further along and send students one at a time to navigate a short, flat distance of the hike alone. This is a great bonding activity that can be made even more fun by ending the hike with a bonfire and s’mores.
Fee structure is divided into two part forst sem and second sem there are total fee we pay 27000 and our college can get some other fee like cantin parking and many other fee but college can't get this type of faci3
The Scheme is in operational since 2008. The objective of the scheme is to provide financial assistance to the meritorious students having family income of less than Rs.6 lakh per annum, to meet a part of their day-to-day expenses while pursuing higher studies. Annual target is 82000 scholarships per year (41000 for boys and 41000 for girls) which has been divided amongst the State Education Boards based on the State’s population in the age group of 18-25 years. Students who are above 80th percentile of successful candidates in the relevant stream from a particular Board of Examination in class XII and pursuing regular course and not availing benefit of any other scholarships, are eligible to apply under this Scheme. The rate of scholarship is Rs. 10, 000/- per annum for the first three years and Rs. 20, 000/- per annum for the fourth and fifth year. The Central Sector Scheme of Scholarship for College and University Students is covered under the Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) w.e.f. 1.1.2013 wherein the scholarship is being disbursed directly into the bank account of the beneficiaries. For receiving scholarship benefit under Central Sector Scheme of Scholarship for College and University Student an individual shall furnish proof of possession of Aadhaar or undergo Aadhaar authentication by 30.06.2017. Till the time Aadhaar is assigned to the individual following alternatives can be used :- Aadhaar Enrolment ID slip Application made for Aadhaar enrolment Voter identity card Permanent Account Number Passport Driving License Certificate of identity having photo of such member issued by a Gazetted Officer or a Tehsildar on an official letter head; Identity Card issued by the college or institute or university Any other document with photo specified by the State Government.
Students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of extracurricular activities during their time at school — from sport, music and drama to personal development and community service programs. There are a whole range of benefits that come from involvement in these programs, we explore a few below. They provide a productive break from study Weekly activities can offer a welcome break from studies and homework — particularly for senior students if they can spare the time. Depending on your child’s interests, they may provide the chance to get outside and exercise, see friends, pursue a hobby or simply destress and refresh their mind. They also help limit the time your child is spending in front of a TV or computer screen. They can help your child build their skills outside of the classroom In addition to building skills within a specific discipline, extracurricular activities are great for developing general academic and soft skills. Think debating for public speaking, academic competitions for exam strategies and sport for teamwork. Balancing a number of commitments can help to improve your child’s time management skills, while finding an area they enjoy or excel at can boost self-confidence. They can open your child’s mind to new interests (and views) While students usually have the opportunity to pursue a wide range of study areas through core subjects and electives, extracurricular activities allow students to explore an interest in more depth than what is covered in class — or maybe even find a completely new interest that they wouldn’t have been exposed to otherwise. They can also provide a great chance for students to broaden their perspective of the world, particularly those involved in volunteering and community service programs. They look good on a résumé Extracurricular activities are great to include on a résumé as evidence of well-rounded interests and skills. Participation in sport can indicate that your child has the ability to work as part of a team, the drive to reach and improve on goals and the commitment to attend regular training sessions. If your child has secured a leadership position — as a school, house, music or sports captain, for example — this will instantly catch the eye of both universities and employers. They provide social opportunities Being part of a group or team provides a sense of belonging, with extracurricular activities offering an opportunity for your child to interact with others with similar interests and potentially build friendships outside of their usual circle.
INFRASTRUCTURE HOSTEL One of the key contributors to an intensive learning experience is living in campus. A well-furnished and aesthetically designed hostel with separate wings for boys and girls has been constructed with a view to provide best possible facilities to the students, Hostel is located in the same campus and is about 500 hundred meters from the institute building. Campus is under the surveillance of CCTV camera and provides safe environment for girl candidates. GHS-IMR hostel is a two storied building with 45 rooms. Students can opt for rooms that offer single or double occupancy as per student’s own need. Hostel has a facilities like RO water purifier, water cooler, a common room with TV, which creates a homely atmosphere. The rooms are bright, spacious, comfortable, clean and airy. All hostel rooms have 24 hrs internet access. The Internet and the Intranet of the Institute enables the students to constantly interact with each other and be connected to the outside world. MESS: Spacious dining area with adequate tables, chairs and RO filtered drinking water with a well maintained and hygienic kitchen is a part of GHS-IMR hostel. The mess is managed by the students on cooperative basis. Allotment of accommodation for the students is on first-come, first-served basis.
Yes our senior students are help full for us like we need some Xerox from there and we get from it's and this is I think best because we save our money from there and senior are very help full for us
Admissions officers review and make decisions on hundreds, sometimes thousands, of applications in a short period of time. They are under enormous pressure to assess the applicant pool in order to produce the best class and the best campus community possible. How you apply, when you apply, and what you say can all impact whether you receive an acceptance or a denial. What factors in to the increasingly selective college application process? What Matters Most A student’s record in and outside the high school classroom demonstrates to an admissions officer the kind of contributions he or she will make at the college level. Colleges are looking for candidates who perform consistently well or show a record of improvement in rigorous or college-prep courses. This means the right coursework, good grades, and activities that have a positive impact should be a continuous focus throughout high school. Attention to Detail in the College Application Admissions officers learn very quickly how to glean, within moments of opening an application folder, whether or not a student has a shot. That makes the applicant’s quick and direct articulation of her merits essential. Attention to detail counts — the benefits of a well-written essay or a stellar interview can easily be negated by careless application mistakes such as exceeding word counts, overlooking required questions, or not answering the question. Bottom line? Pay attention. For students applying to multiple schools, we have compiled some Common Application tips. Impacts of the Internet No doubt, technology has changed the application process — mostly for the better. Online applications submitted with the touch of a button or “common applications” filled out once and sent to multiple institutions have made it easier than ever to get organized and to apply to colleges efficiently. But technological bells and whistles can have a downside. Misuse of social media or improper video and web submissions of college applications can be disastrous. Poor choices in any of these areas could mean ending up in the deny pile. College Application Timing & Money Not all college admissions factors are connected to an applicant’s record. When a student applies — Priority Admission, Early Action, Early Decision 1, Early Decision 2, Regular Decision, or Rolling Admission — can impact admission. Finances — some schools consider a student’s need for financial aid while others are so-called “need blind” — can also factor in. Overall trends in admissions as well as an individual school’s particular demographics and institutional priorities also impact the process. While some of the above elements are beyond an applicant’s control, a shrewd candidate will consider them all in an application strategy. In fact, a successful application process involves much more than just deadlines and essays. It’s about understanding all of the mitigating factors and then planning, strategizing, and knowing which schools and application pools will maximize your chances for acceptance. At College Coach, every one of our college admissions experts has worked in an admissions office, reading, assessing, and deciding upon thousands of applications before joining our team. We know the process, we know what’s required — some of us have even written the essay questions you might be answering — and we know how it works. Simply put: we’re here to help.
honestly can not name one "best" thing about this school. I truly love it here, and there are way too many positive attributes to this college. One thing I would change is the student government system. It is a bit corrupt. The school is just the right size, in my opinion. It is a larger school, but you see people you know everywhere. Also, you can always reach out and get to know your professors. When I tell people that I go to the University of Florida, they usually react positively (even if they are from a rival school) because it is well-known as one of the top public universities in the nation. Most of my time on campus is probably spent in Library West, the main library on campus and my favorite study spot. The college town is AMAZING. Gainesville is definitely run by the college. It's a small town with lots of people. They definitely cater to the students, with many clubs and bars, and restaurants and stores that are open MUCH later than usual. This is ideal for me (and any other college student) that ends up rushing around at the last minute. My opinion of the administration is pretty neutral. I have had good experiences and bad ones relating to medical withdrawals and the disability resource center. Other than that, I have not encountered the administration too much. The biggest recent controversy on campus is probably just the last student election. The Unite party (mostly Greek run) somehow always wins, despite being the minority and having corrupt ideas. They even do things like throw out stacks of he student-run newspaper to prevent students
After the 5th semester, students are eligible for campus placements. Several software development companies like MICROSOFT, ORACLE, WIPRO visit the campus to hire students. Companies for system Administrators are HLL and CITIBANK. Students can get a package of up to 3 lakhs per annum in these companies. The percentage of sxca students getting hired is approximately 70%. I wish to pursue a master's degree in the same field after completing my bachelor's.
Yeh from third year students are eligible for campus interview and get selected by many company based on skill of student. TCS and other it company participate for campus interview.and many other are participating for campus interview every year. Up to i know my best friend get selected after Bachelor degree and got 30000 per month salary.he does not want to go for MCA that's why he has selected this job offer by TCS and has 6 month training period compulsory to join this company. well out of 60 10 to 15 students selected from my class and 5 students has join company on that time other wants to go for Master degree. I want to setup my business after getting degree.or join other Master course in field of IT.
St Xaviers College was awarded the best college of gujarat 2 years ago. So it is unarguably worth it joining here
There are total 3 rounds you have to apply online and admmision is given on the basis of merit list.we have to select colleges of our choice and and set college according to the priority the college you want will be in the top and if merit list matches you will get admission in your desired college and same process will happend in three rounds in which you can reapply if you do not get desirable college in first round
I don't know much about placement opportunities as I am new to college but I know that in last year of my course students have to prepare project s in group and present in front of experts and if it is worth they get experience and if company is interested they will get an opportunity
12th Commerce, I have scored 82.17% and opted for BCA as it was newly introduced course by Gujarat university .
It was okay and not up to the mark but yes, it was a good start, I have personally learnt a lot, course structure could be little more in detail like advanced C or C++ or in last year of the course, Multimedia could be more in advanced.
XICA is a relatively new institution and is growing by leaps and bounds. Last year, it was ranked 9th in India's Top 10 BCA colleges, the only college in Gujarat to be in the list as well. The management is slick and is managed by a world-famous, world-re
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