I do not find anything bad about my university. I am having a very good time on campus learning new things and growing into a better individual. I have access to all the facilities offered by the university that are quite helpful in fulfilling my needs as a student.
The course curriculum is quite praiseworthy. Internal assessments and exams structure are also well-framed. Exams and tests take place semester-wise and students are given enough time to prepare. The college atmosphere is chill and has been a great learning hub for me as well.
The college offers limited opportunities for placements and it does not necessarily facilities internships to the students. Students need to find internships and jobs by themselves. Though I have heard we will be soon having a placement cell in college that will take care of all internship and placement woes of students.
There are so many events that happen around the year. Almost all the festivals and important days are celebrated on the college campus such as Teachers’ day, Saraswati Puja, Durga Puja, Holi, Christmas, Annual Day, etc. And we make sure we don’t miss out on any because these celebrations bring in so much excitement among us students.
The college fee is very reasonable compared to other private universities. My course fee is just INR 8,000/per semester. And not only my course, but other course fees are also quite feasible. Also, the amount of exposure and experience I am gaining here is just exemplary. Students don’t have to worry about paying a hefty amount as fees.
Yes, extracurriculars are given importance at all times. The university provides well-equipped labs, libraries, bookstalls, sports facilities, a big playground, yoga sessions, etc for all kinds of extracurricular activities. Students are given enough chances to manage both studies and ECA.
Hostel facilities are available for just 4500 per month. You can pay the hostel fee with your college fee. The facilities are very good. There are two-seater rooms which are fully-furnished and spacious. The food is also decent. You will not be disappointed.
I have had good experience with my seniors. They are helpful and friendly, especially to the new students. There are many occasions when we get to interact and have a good time with our seniors, be it organizing fests, annual event, or seminars for our department.
You can either apply online or take the application form from the college counter. You need to upload your documents or get your documents verified. Be ready with documents like aadhar card, photo ID, 10th marksheet, 12th marksheet, etc. After filling up the form, you need to wait for merit lists. If you qualify, you automatically get admission. The last step is to pay your college fees.
I believe that the faculty of the college are a group of excellent ‘knowledge providers’. They all have been very supportive and diligent in taking lectures since day one. It is very important to make lectures enjoyable for students and I think all the teachers do it pretty well.
Firstly u have to fill Registration form then after u have to appear in exam then after if u qualify then u go for interview and lastly if u pass in interview then u have to go fo admission. and your admission is done then u have to ho in class room.
There no any placement in patna college. internship is also not available for any student. you have to go for own internship from any company or by through any friend.
My college is the most dynamic and historical college of the whole bihar. It have a beautiful past and a glorious fame but when you come close and see what actual it became now then you might get raise a big question on the administration and the govt too. Who can't maintain the old reputation of my college in last 20 years but apart from that in few years we had some small development in our college. I hope it will get back it's lost reputation and history.
Positive remarks are clean and hygienic campus free from external any type of pollution. And this is near ganga full of greenery. Negetive remarks are bad political game are practicing here there huge communication gap between college administration and students.
The test carries 200 marks, out of which 80 is passing marks. The test measures drawing and observation skills, sense of proportion, aesthetic sensitivity and critical thinking ability. The test is in two parts. A paper based drawing test for two hours and computer based online aesthetic sensitivity test.
The faculty regularly conducts assessment to measure whether students are meeting expected program learning outcomes.Be sure sure to choose College of Communications and the School of Communications from the drop-down menus. The faculty regularly conducts assessment to measure whether students are meeting expected program learning outcomes.
There is also a police Station in college campus so that raging will never occur.
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