The management is extremely slow and 'sarkari' about their jobs, having absolutely 0 respect for students or what the problems they're facing. The WIFI of our hostel has been not working for a full year of some floors, and even after multiple complaints, no action has been taken. There are literally dozens of complaints I can write but I'd rather not, it's too frustrating. 2/10 for management.
The course curriculum is decently structured, however the actual implementation and teaching standards are not. The course is exam oriented, so is the teaching methodology. Practical Labs are not held because of little to no resources hence mugging up the theory for the examinations is the most one can get out of this course. One or two industrial visits were organized to nearby ECE related company in Noida.
Placement is probably the worst factor in the college. Last year, around 40 companies came, more than half of which do not allow ECE students to sit at all. The average package offered to CSE/IT students was 5 LPA, and for ECE it was 4 LPA. I would argue that only about 40% of the batch size can be considered to be placed, excluding the mass campus drive by TCS(3.2 LPA). In the 3rd year, only 1 company comes to conduct an internship drive, which is Nagarro. This year, they didn't come either. Basically, it's everyone for himself/herself in this college, since the college provides negligible resources and opportunities.
Technical : InfoXpression by USICT Non-Technical : Anugoonj by GGIPU Anugoonj is massive since all the colleges affliated to this university participate in this and the footfall is of generally 1-2 Lakh people in the totality of 3 days. Participation is also decent since there are many colleges involved. InfoXpression is not such a large-scale event and generally only a maximum of 250-500 students actually attend.
Fee structure is one of the reasonable pros of this college. It's around 70k per year for the tuition, and 60k for mess + hostel. The payment mode of both online and Demand Draft is accepted. Fee-breakdown is transparent and no extra charges are asked for admission.
I haven't opted for any type of scholarship or education loan, But I think the college has some partnership with NSS and provides decreased fees to those who avail it, in addition to belonging to EWS and maintaining a certain cutoff of GPA
Campus life is what you make of it. The campus is well maintained and is of 60 acre size. Extracurricular is optional and is not integrated with the course or has any credits associated. Labs are mostly broken down with 90% of the machines or apparatus not working. Competitions are generally organized by different societies present in the campus, however I cannot comment on the participation or quality of them since I haven't taken part in any of them.
Yes, I have opted for hostel.The Hostel rooms are very good and maintained, the same cannot be said for the facilities provided within. A single room is allotted to everyone which is a pretty good to have facility, However, the water supply is not evenly distributed in different floors since most of them are broken, and elevators tend to break down every week. There are 2 hostels of 9 floors each, with each floor having about 25 rooms.
No official Alumni network exists far as I know (I'm in 3rd year), and interaction with senior students depends completely on the student himself/herself. For someone who is as introverted as me, the interaction is 0 and its basically me and my friends who have to figure college on our own, as I've done for the past 3 years.
Through IPUCET. My rank was 311, I took Btech ECE in the top college of IPU, namely USICT. I chose it because I wanted to pursue engineering. An Entrance test is held, followed by 3 rounds of online counselling, and 1 spot round. I took admission in July 2017
The professors' age from 28 y/o to 50 y/o, it's difficult to decide an average. The teaching style is average at best and at least until the 2nd year, only 1-2 lecturers are actually experienced faculties in the subjects they teach. 0 industry related knowledge was imparted by these lecturers as well. Qualification of some professors are decent, while others are simply MTech's from this college only.
Students become eligible for college placements from the 5th semester and on-campus internships are also there for students. Many companies visit MAIT like Amazon , Accenture, Wipro, Expedia, Hitachi, and many more. The highest package offered is 31 Lpa and the average package is 6.5 Lpa. 80% of students get placed from college. I plan to take a good package in some big company.
3rd-year students get internship opportunities and 4th-year students get placement opportunities. All major companies visit the campus. The placements are good. The highest domestic package offered is around 50 LPA and the average package is around 10 LPA.
Students become eligible for placements in the 7 th semester. Around 25-30 companies visit the campus which includes amazon, Microsoft, Google, Infosys, TCS, etc. the companies made around 300 offers last year. The highest package was 28 lacks offered by amazon. The average package was around 5 lacs. The percentage of students getting placements is 70-75%. I also plan to get a good placement at the university after I complete my degree.
It is among the top 4 colleges of Delhi. It is a govt college. The on campus placemente are great, with an average package of 12 lacks. The faculty is great. The environment, u name the society we have it in our college, and all of them are well known and have performed really well.
IGDTUW has good placements with companies like Accenture, Nestle, Uber, Tata Motors, TCS, Expedia, Dell, and Cisco visiting the campus. The placement records show that the institute is growing every year. In the year2019, the25companies visited the campus which recruited342students in including all the courses offered. The highest salary was recorded to be16 LPAin BTech and15 LPAin MTech.
Honestly I never knew about this university, but through JAC Delhi i got a better branch in NSUT than I was getting in DTU so i had to take it. I am studying in Mechanical Engineering so it's not very bad. I researched a little bit and came to know that it was closer to home than DTU, plus i had a chance to get a room in hostels. College is in walking distance from metro and the locality i.e. Dwarka is very good. Lots of malls and restaurants plus metro so you can go anywhere anytime. That's what made my decision final.
Because there were no good colleges left. Moreover it was less distant from my home. And it has a good environment to bunk classes and sit on the ground. It has many faculties in this university so one can roam and hang with different faculty girls as their is a crisis of girls in Btech.
The College is very good in every aspect. It offers you a lot of opportunities in which you want to pursue further. The teachers and senior students are very supportive in nature. You will also take part in extracurricular activities. So it provides overall personality development to the students
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