college principals come in campus on any time and say u for attending lecture why u seat here and also address ur problems related collegee its good things for govt college
All connected with gujarat University nw in Ahmedabad all colleges run on semister system so no internal exams all semister exam done by gujarat University. If any issue with college you can contact gujarat University directly. You can portability with gujarat University college.
No not for commerce students when i study at college at now i have no idea about it but at now may be this facilities are available
Anuual college day, Fresher party, Farwell party. Yearly collegee days, Navratri garbas. In Ahmedabad this college days are unforgettable in all Ahmedabad which one only college days which celebrate by college staff also at all any of others college celebrate days only by students
Feasible and also in government college so u can avail subsidy grant from various government departments and also run scholarship pogram run by college department for those students who dont affordable studing fees or expenses. And this collegee is not too expensive like others all
No fees are too reasonable as per govt norms so u easily affordable. If u have from selected class of citizens so you can apply for scholarship
50-50 ratio of boys and girls. Students parties and workshop now running college i hear it not sure for that. No tollerance in college bcoz maximum students are from middle class and lower middle class so maximum students are come for study purpose.
Not facilities for hostel its only college campus bt you can easily get PG in near area. Its located in heart of Ahmedabad. Also you have apply in Gujarat University joining form whose u fill during admission
No any function held still from last 9 years I also want this type of program held in future in college we can attend this function
Merit list through Gujarat University. You option to choose atleast 3 college in Gujarat University collegees for course when merrit list come u chose one of which u eligible for admission and you have two options held in applications form private college and govt college Bhavan's is govt college.
Average each subject lecture come 2-3 times in week age of faculty 30-35 years of half and another half is above 50 years. Good educated faculty yes on certification course held all facilities are very experienced of teaching and also all facilities are connected.
From the 5th semester onwards the students become eligible for the campus placements. There are different National and international companies which recruit their employees from the college some of the companies are Tata Google ll jio Airtel. the percentage of students getting placement depends from year to year only academic of the student.
For Jobs and placement, the college has a dedicated placement cell. they improving our soft skills and conducting the mock interview and group discussion to exploring more our self. although overall placement is not good at all we need to put our 100% then only we can get something better.
Negative: When I was the student, it has very small building and limited resources, no college bus for students to get proper transportation and no proper play ground. Positive: New campus with huge building and play ground in the campus. Fully functional laboratories with adequate and professionally qualified staff.
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