SPA, New Delhi
Overall I'd say it's a pretty good college considering its much better than alot of colleges in Delhi and even though it's not perfect or anything to be impressed with. It still holds up as one of the best colleges in Delhi in my opinion.
No, the college doesn't provide us with any internship opportunities and anything for that matter, no firms come to recruit students. Whatever internship you want, you have to get on your own. The college does have good reputation though, so it wasn't as difficult.
Gave the NATA exam, which can be given anytime you prefer and then i sat through the admission counselling/selection process, and selected the college based on the nata and cbse score combined. The colleges were given based on cutoffs
Since the college isn't very big and the total no of students is just 600, the Network betweens juniors and seniors is very good and the seniors are very helpful and social. You're always in contact as everyone meets
The faculty itself is really good but I've seen alot of the teachers change overtime, so it's very subjective. I always had good luck with the teachers i got. They've always been very nice and helpful.
COURSE CURRICULUM OVERVIEW
The course itself is very lengthy and thorough and very good, but the output isn't worth it. The profession doesn't let you earn much as architects aren't paid well in India and are grossly undervalued.
The college has about 4-5 fests and all. The farewell called udaan, freshers called aagaman, and a sports day. Other than thay we're free to visit the main university for annual fests. As our college is too small to hold bigger fests
LOAN/ SCHOLARSHIP PROVISIONS
I don't have any idea about, loans or scholarships that my college offers, the only thing I've seen is the management quota in which people pay more fees to enter college. Why do these answers have to be 200 words long -_-