Really bad and sexist college management. Never pay heed to any complaints or problems faced.
Curriculum is based on the Uttarakhand technical university syllabus, teaching is just fair. Mostly you have to study on your own to get good grades, classes and teaching is below average. No industrial visits, no campus placement, no proper path provided for a better job after the course completion.
No internship or placement provided, you are on your own for even the compulsory industrial training that is to be done. Nothing is arranged or any assistance provided by the college.
Cultural fest is organized once a year, no technical or management festivals held. Cultural fest is not on a very large scale as of other colleges, no other colleges come in to participate. Cultural fest is all dependant on the students, the college management just needs the money.
It's expensive not at all feasible. Tuition fees are high which contributes to more than 60% of the total fees, examinations fees is charged twice a year but by provision of the university it should be only once every year. Miscellaneous changes adds up to almost 40% of the total fees charged per semester.
No, didn't go for a scholarship or a loan. College didn't offer any scholarship either let alone availing it.
Gender ratio is almost 1:2, girls are lesser in number than boys. Not a very diverse culture. Extra curricular activities depends on the student. No debates or anything arranged. Never arranged any competitions or sports meet. The only activity available was the college fest.
My batch was the first batch so we had no seniors. College never arranged for an alumni meet and honestly not interested in going back even as an alumnus there.
Got in through AIEEE's rank and opted for the college during counselling. College was not too far from my residence in Dehradun so I opted for this particular college and Bachelor of Technology or engineering was a hotshot career. The counselling is generally held in May or June which is published in newspapers.
Average faculty, most of the faculty members are just out of college. Only a few have relevant experience in teaching and engineering. You don't learn much from the faculty per se. No help in classes or during the final year project. Lectures are held throughout the semester but mostly are of no use.
In the final year, of the course, students are eligible for placements. There are numbers of MNC coming to campus for offering placements, like Cipla, Sun Pharma, Zydus, Alkem, Lupin, along with various other organisations. The highest package for B.Pharmacy was 2.4 lac PA and for M. Pharmacy was 4.8 lac PA. More than 80% of students get placed. I plan to go for the F and D department after my PG.
There is no placement by the college but if you do hard work you can be able to take a position in placement outside the college. College do own best for students, which make you able to take a good job , After college you prefer Junior engineer
I was very keen to learn about mechanical engineering. It has a very wide scope in automobiles and other opportunities. The college is located in an open area in hills where we can practice everything very nicely.
Their is 90% placement opportunity from the college. Their are plenty of job opportunities.My department offers good range of jobs.
The university has is striving for excellence in Indian Ayurveda. This has made students aware of the courses and the history of Ayurveda in India. It is using new scientific technologies for the traditional medicines. The college is leaving no stone upturned in inventing new medicines in the field of Ayurveda.
With the aim to research in Indian Ayurveda, I decided to take admission in the Ayurveda University. One of the best universities of the country in the field of Ayurveda, the course was open to anyone who have passed 12th grade or intermediate with Physics, Chemistry and Biology with minimum 50% aggregate from state or central board of examination. The candidate must have attained the age of 17 years on or before 31st December of the year in which the admission is taken. I filled the online application form. The list was out and my name appeared in it. After the successful verification of the documents, my seat was reserved and admission was granted.
The best college one can go for an affordable and amazing education. The institute guarantees you to become great doctors ahead and supports you in every way possible. Here, it's all of your talent and you who decides your future ahead.
i qualified my MBBS in AIIMS with a great score. Then I appeared for NEET-PG. And my NEET-PG score was also really good. Luckily, i again got shortlisted for PG course again in AIIMS. I couldn't miss such a great opportunity and opted for it.
Admissions to BAMS, BHMS and BUMS will be affected as per the merit ranks of candidates appearing in Uttarakhand Ayurved Pre-Medical Test (UAPMT). The entrance is conducted by UAU. Students must have passed their class 12th examination in subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Biology and secured minimum 50% marks in aggregate to be eligible to apply.
After completion of the bachelor's degree most of the students take up Post Graduation in the same college. There are no placements provided to the students but after passing out from the college the students get jobs easily in top hospitals.
It is India's first Ayurveda University. It has great faculty and has its own official research journal and the research department is reaching new heights. The environment is great and the labs are good.
The admission in Uttarakhand Ayurved University is done through entrance exam and the merit list generated. The student must have qualified 10+2 with phy, chem and bio as main subject and has to go through the prescribed entrance exam and based on the merit the student gets selected. The students have to submit the required documents.
Follow & Share this college to get information about admission.