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7.3 /10

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The past two years or so have produced perhaps the most rapid changes ever seen in higher education. The “completion agenda” set forth by President Obama and the Lumina Foundation has enabled institutions to focus on the graduation of all students, rather than only those who enter as part of a specific first-time full-time freshman cohort. Concurrently, the introduction of MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) has generated a substantially increased focus on the potential for degree completion through an online environment. These changes have also generated a significant amount of competitive recruiting, marketing and advertising in efforts to enroll mostly non-traditional (older, returning adult) students, the consumers of higher education. With these changes and opportunities come a number of conditions that can facilitate one’s degree completion along with others that might, in fact, impede it. Some of the most significant of these factors.

Course Curriculum Overview :

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Placement Experience :

Placement is not more in this college but this year they had be improved the % of placement and there is lot of internship.

College Events :

When you are entering college life after your high school, it means you are entering in a new world. It’s also a first step towards the future, career and upcoming opportunities. College life means new friends, attending lectures and making lots of memories. Sometimes, people mass bunk classes to participate in a movie or to hang out with friends. All these processes are part of growing up, a part of entering the adult phase of life, a part of life where you take the first step towards decision making. Apart from studying in college, college days are also fun during the college fest, where you explore the new sides of you and make new friends from other faculties, get to know each other, relax from long lectures. The college fest is usually of three to four days with several events by the students themselves. Sometimes, celebrities and the well-known band also perform on the final day of the event make it more memorable.

Fee Structure And Facilities :

Fees is approximately 1, 00, 000 per year including hostel when you had good percentage the fees structure will be reduced the there is pot of councling members in over college their fees is 50, 000 per year for college it ila good when compair to other colleges.

Loan/ Scholarship Provisions :

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Campus Life :

An extracurricular activity (ECA) or extra academic activity (EAA) is an activity, performed by students, that falls outside the realm of the normal curriculum of school, college or university education. Such activities are generally voluntary (as opposed to mandatory), social, philanthropic, and often involve others of the same age. Students and staff direct these activities under faculty sponsorship, although student-led initiatives, such as independent newspapers, are very common.

Hostel Facilities :

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.

Alumni/Alumna :

Yes alumni are help in your studies like taking seminar and they seams good in given knowledge to us.

Admission :

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Faculty :

Facultys are much friendly with people's they will merge with us and give pot of examples vidios demo and ppt and necssary documents they became friendly with the students and give lot advises in personly also they will behave you has per your behaviour.


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Placement Experience :

Campus placements in the campus starts by the end of the third year and continue till the end of the fourth year .Average package is usually 3-4 lakh per annum but can go up to 30 lakh per annum as well. 75% students get placed and rest move on to higher studies .

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8.8 /10

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You can eligible for campus placements from 6th-semester companies visited Infosys, Wipro, HCL, Deloitte, Optithought etc top reputed companies will come to college. The highest salary was 41 Korean software company average salary was 4.5 lakh per annum. Out of 2112 students 1872 students are getting placed I will do the job after completion of my degree and I will start a business.

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9.2 /10

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Above 80% of the students from our course got an internship in companies like Internshala, AICTE, and so on. From the 6 th semester itself, they started the training for interested students. our college was visited by Wipro, TCS, Cognizant companies, and so on. The highest package is 8.5 lakh per annum and the lowest package is 5.5 lakh per annum. About 80% in our department are placed in an MNC company.

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8.5 /10

Placement Experience :

Opportunities come and the Administration help students to get placed. They divided the company's package into three categories Super Dream, Dream, and Mass and in every field, you will get Sufficient opportunities and but for super dream companies, you have to keep your cgpa and skills both at a good level. Companies like Google, Adobe, Intel, and others come to the campus for recruitments.

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9.0 /10

Placement Experience :

From 5th semester we are starting the placement training and all clear is the eligibility for placement activities Nearly more than 70-90 companies visited our college every year and an N number of offers and interns are also provided for the students 60 percentage is the minimum criteria for getting placements Attending placements and select a good company.

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7.8 /10

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This is a good college in Tier 2 Category. Providing Better Placement and Coaching. Little Strict about discipline (Must Wear Identity Card, Clean Shave, Formal Shoes and Formal Costumes).

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6.7 /10

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Good infrastructure and high of the course and other facilities.

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1.It is situated right at the centre of the city, so travelling time would be much less compared to other colleges 2. It had a very decent cut-off marks, so it appeared to be a great college 3. The placement reports were good and there were many student run design program's which was seen to give a larger hands on experience 4. They had a summer student exchange program in which selected students were given a opportunity to do a course in a foreign country

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7.2 /10

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Excellent of my college I love my college and faculties especially I love my head of department sir of electrical and electronics engineering of arunai Engineering college which is located at thiruvannamalai

9 /10 faculty
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7.8 /10

Entrance Preview :

I have written Lateral entry. I got rank below 2500. But i choose this college, because this college was excellent in placements.

Placement Experience :

Placement trainings are excellent. The placement activities will start from third year onwards. So there is no hurry for prepare. When you complete you degree you would be covered all the placement activities.

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