Gec delhi is a good college where you can have a good time anf meet like minded people. After the construction of najafgarh metro the college would be much more accessible and roads will be less conjested.
I gave IPU CET in year 2014 my Rank was 16324. I choose to do B.Tech in environmental engineering. I choose environmental engineering as it was a new field in engineering and the study integrates the discipline of both chemical and civil engineering. And at there time environmental condition is getting worse day by day and this would help me a lot to do my bit towards the environment.
Well the course in first year is just basics from class 11th and 12th. Basic chem, physics, mathematics, computer as one progresses to 2nd year the curriculum becomes more inclined to civil aspects as we have subjects like surveying, fluid mechanics, strength of materials, and numerical analysis. We also have microbiology and chemistry.
As off now i dont have much idea about internship but 4th year student do get internships in companies and are offered stipend which is market competitive.
Placment has been a little dim in the last year but it should improve from 2016 onwards as we will have a permanent TPO officer by then.
The college celebrates sports day and takes part in many University cultural events. PROJECTION is the official college annual festival and Footprint is the annual convocation program.
The fee is really the plus point of studying in a government college all we have to pay ?35000 a year of which ?25000 is tuition fee+college infrastructure fee and ?10000 is University fee first year students have to pay ?40000.
There are some government scholarship which are given to deserving students and to students who are economically backward. The college also provides book bank facility to all students. Also all students who score above 95% in any subject are given cash prize of ?1000 during the annual day event.
The gender ratio is not good if you in civil but in environmental and IT one can see a healthy female population. There are some workshops which are carried out in the college hall i.e MP hall. Ragging is a strict no no in the college and seniors are much more chilled out. You could find children from all over the country like kerala , jharkhand, jamma kashmir and locals alike in the college. Also there is no fuss over attendance in college as people who have attendance as low as 20% would get there admit card for externals.
The college provides hostel and is situated in dwaraka and is shared with students with ambedkar University students. The hostel facility is provided to students who are from outside delhi. You and find cheap Pg's near the college for 4.5k a month with facilities like breakfast, lunch, dinner and wifi available.
Seniors do help you if you interact with them but there is no alumni network as such. The seniors are much more chilled out and you could speak with them without any hesitations. They could be seen sitting at local sutta shops and canteen discussing new lan games and movies. Most of the students from 3rd year and above come to college only for giving exams because they have joined somr coaching Institute or are busy doing internships.
The exam structure here is based on credit system. Some subjects are mandatory and have to be passed to get a degree. The internals are of 25 Marks and the external are of 75 marks. The internal practical exams are chilled out in the first year but from second year it becomes more demanding and time consuming. The external exams centre is any of the engineering college which come under the university to which we are affiliated to i.e Guru Going Singh Indraprasth University.
The faculty is aactually a mix of some very good teachers and some not so good our department head has a Ph.D and is more articulated to do research driven teaching.
At the end of the third students can sit for placements and the fourth year is basically a placement year for all students. All the dream companies come in the college like Google, Amazon, Wipro, Goldman Sachs, Samsung Zomato, etc if you want then you can also it on college website total placement companies with their no. Of offers clearly mentioned over there. The data is different every year and there no. Of offers also vary. 90 percent of the students placed in the college. and remain percent of students will go for further studies or maybe their own start-up and business. My plans after getting the degree are not fixed right now because first I really want to go with the cooperative sector and then somehow will be involved in MNC and the start-up.
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.
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.
Placement drives usually start from September for students who are in the 7th Semester. Currently, no company has come for recruitment in our college because of the COVID 19 pandemic. Also, our seniors who were placed lost their jobs because of the same. Speaking generally Maruti Suzuki is the biggest recruiter in our college, they hire on the basis of test and PI. Sadly most of the companies that come in our college recruit only tool engineers which is another discipline being offered by our college. Although there is very less scope for Mechatronics engineer still we can approach off-campus placements provided our educational record is good.
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
I took IIT-JEE and got AIR 284 and so IITD (Electrical engineering ) was the best option for me. I was also getting computer science in Kharagpur but Delhi is where most of my relatives live so I chose Delhi.
Once you crack IIT-JEE it's all simple after that. First you decide which college and course to take and then if you get IITD there is a few days admission process. There you will have to pay the fee and fill some forms and you will be given your hostel and your i-cards, medical book etc.
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