Coding culture of the college is not so good. Some profeesors don't know how to pronounce certain words. Campus is too small. Placement and internship opportunities are not that good. The non teaching staffs have a very negative attitude. Classrooms are not that much spacious. Girls are not allowed outside the hostel after 10 PM. Extracurricular activities are great here.
FEE STRUCTURE AND FACILITIES
Fees is according to the annual income of the family. Below 1LPA it's 1200 per semester Between 1-5 LPA it's 26000 per semester Above 5LPA it's 68000 per semester. For SC/ST it's 5100 per semester. These are only tution fees. Hostel and mess fees are not included. If you are staying at NIT Hostel then you have to pay 26000 per semester (twice in a year)
Placement opportunities are not that good in our college. Average package is around 7-8 LPA. The highest paying company are Adobe which offers 40LPA and Amazon which offers 30 LPA. But they take atmost 1 candidate. Other good companies are Sabre, Factset, Capgemini, Oyo etc. They offer between 10-15 LPA. Mass recruiters also come in our campus like Infosys. The hire around 160 students. It's CTC is 3. 5 LPA. Companies like Adobe and oyo also provide internships for pre final year students as well as for final year students too.
In Karnataka to get into an engineering college is through 3 ways, first entrance exam called CET, second reservations, third is through management Our college follows the same fate I got my admission through the management since I had got my subject in other College as a wrong one, I wanted to do computer science and engineering
Good at comparatively sometime the water efficiency is came the food is too good in some hostel lack of washroom toilets in few hostels all the condition is good and proper security arrangement in hostel
Interaction with seniors that are currently studying here are very helpful and caring too. They guide us and help us in many ways. There is nothing called ragging in our campus. Seniors give advice if you tell them about your goal. Personally. I don't have any such experience since I'm a introvert.
Faculties are highly interested in teaching the students. But most of them are aged. So their way of teaching is quite obsolete. Students get bored in the lectures. But this happens only in the classroom. Labs are quite interesting. All the lab assistants are very helpful and guide us while doing the experiments. I think we learn from experiments more as compared to the class theories. Coming to the qualifications of the faculties. Most of them have done their Masters and Ph. D from a reputed college like IITs. Some of them have work experiences too. They tell us about what company actually wants while hiring a candidate. They motivate us to choose higher studies too. One negative point I want to add that some of the profeesors has quite bad vocabulary which is really a major turn off. Some of them has really bad pronunciations.
Extracurricular activities are great here. There is a big ground for all games. We have a separate football court, volleyball court and badminton court. There is SAC (Student Activity Center) building for various activities. It consists gyms(separate for boys and girls), Table tennis court. It has room for every indoor games like carrom, chess etc. It has music room, dance room and many more. There are several technical and cultural clubs. There is a photography club too. There is a big workshop too. Gender ratio was pretty bad earlier but now since two years, due to female reservation quota number of girls has become double. But still they are 15-18%. Due to reservation for backward casts, there are all kinds of people. Economically, I think mostly are well off. Talking about religion I've seen Hindus of course in majority. There are Muslims, Sikhs and Jains too
COURSE CURRICULUM OVERVIEW
About the course curriculum, I want to say that the curriculum is very much updated keeping in focus on new and upcoming technologies as well as placement. Days are not too much hectic. In first half, we have classes for 4 hrs and in second half, we have labs for 3 hrs. If you want to do research or projects then the labs are open 24*7 for you. As far as semester examinations are concerned, it's not too much tough too. If you have well studied the notes of the processors, then you can solve 90% of questions without any fail. Our course structure is designed so that students can have time to focus on their own skills too like sports etc. There is nothing called load in our campus. Everything is chilled.
The most biggest event of our college in Corona and Melange - Techno cultural fest of NIT Patna. It's duration is one week. It happens in last week of January. There are a lot of events in the fest which is very interesting. We invite all the colleges of Patna for the event including IIT Patna. They do come and participate. This year the famous Bollywood playback singer Asees kour performed live. We had Zephyeartone for EDM night. And a band called TRAP for Band night.
LOAN/ SCHOLARSHIP PROVISIONS
There are no scholarship according to my knowledge. Students can avail loan facility from banks. There is Allahabad Bank inside the campus. Besides this, students can also take loan through the new Bihar government scheme that is Student Credit card scheme, but this is available only for Bihar students. I myself have availed that scheme for paying the fees.