Overall experience is pretty good, the course curriculum is very nice provided the enrolling student is willing to learn. The only set back is placements however alumni cover those also. You just have to be good in establishing a network.
Course curriculum is pretty decent not only it covers the subject but the curriculum also inculdes some very important skills such as communication skills, basic computers, workplace skills etc so that the graduating students are ready as professionals. Exams are a basic part of the course. We had a weekly test (3 test per subject) out of those 3 best 2 was considered for final assessment of marks besides these weekly test semester exams and practical was also conducted and the students were marked accordingly. The curriculum was research based and also included various types of assignments which the students was expected to complete by a due date.
If you are expecting campus placement, then this college is certainly not for you. Almost no campus placement facilities are available. You have to depend on the alumini of the department for placements, training as well as internship. However most of the students get a job after completing the course.
When I was a student an interdepartmental fest was held every year which went by the name Aghaaz 4 departments of namely Centre of Food Technology, Centre of Fashion Technology, Centre of Media Studies and Centre of Computer Education competed in various events such as Dancing,Singing, Cooking, Photography,Debates etc. It was really fun activity and everyone enjoyed it.
Fees is quite affordable. There are two types of seats namely Merit seats and Paid Seats. Fees of merit seats was around Rs. 27000/- per semester and about Rs.35000/- per semester for paid seats. A security deposit of Rs. 5000/- which is refundable is also charged during admission.
Yes scholarship was available for students who were financially weak, almost the whole fees was reverted.
Gender ratio was 1:1 in M.Sc. Food Technology. Lab is well equipped, everything required is present. Comptetions were held during aghaaz, the experience was certainly rewarding. One student was awarded as student of the year during aghaaz among all the 4 departments. Ragging was strictly prohibited. No sports activities were there.
No, however hostel facility was available for the students which was just OK not good but not bad either. The hostel canteen served had veg as well as non veg food. The quality of the food was just OK. Wifi had good coverage.
Yes, almost all the placements, training and internship are by virtue of the alumni only. You'll have to maintain good relations with them for these benefits.
Getting admission in Centre of Food Technology is possible only by the entrance test. Entrance test consisted of two parts, 1st part is written test with multiple choice questions and 2nd part is In-campus personal interview. Once you clear these exams there will be a merit list of students who were successful and the admission process will proceed accordingly. The admission process generally starts in March-April. Eligibility criteria for the course is B.Sc in any subject with chemistry as main or secondary subject. The reason for selecting Centre of Food Technology for higher education is that it is one of the very few colleges with a NABL accredited lab, the tution fees is also moderate, teachers are very supportive and highly qualified. The college focuses on all round learning giving equal emphasis on theory as well as practical.
The faculty is highly qualified and well versed. Most of the teachers are PhD holders, however sometimes research scholars also teach some of the subjects. Summer Training is also an essential part of the course in which teachers, entrepreneurs and many highly skilled person train students.
The MSc physics is a great course in itself and if u are doing from AU then it is a golden one of all. The faculty is great. Well qualified teachers and lab assistants with advanced digital libraries. The labs are equipped with great equipment and great experiment apparatus.
Amity University Noida is one of the best institutes for learning Actuarial Science. It's placement and faculty record give the institute an another level of reputation. HSC pass with 60%marks and graduation with 55% marks along with mathematics as a subject is required for the admission. The students of institute of Actuaries can also apply. Final selection is based on video calling interview for the recent pandemic situation.
Amity University offers industry related placements every year. Almost 98% students got placement in 2019-2020 batch. The highest and average CTC were INR 30 LPA and 4.5 LPA. Top recruiting domains are - BFSI, Arts and Design, Engineering etc. Some top recruiters are - Godrej, Hyundai, Airtel, Deloitte etc.
MSc in zoology, I have chosen this course because I have a keen interest in animals. I have a curiosity to know more about animals that's why I opted for this course. If we talk about the faculty: student ratio, here is 1:15. Teachers are highly qualified and renowned. Although teaching methods are not very modern. But they make Concepts clear to the student. Written Examination is of 3 hours which includes 6 subjects with 1 optional, all are mandatory to pass. Examination held yearly. the examination is quite lengthy, you should have detailed knowledge about the topic if you want to score good marks
9 out of 10 I will give in rating because of facility
I opted for a 2 year M.Sc from Maharishi University of Information Technology. Admission in all Masters Courses are offered on the base of Academic Record of candidate.An aspirant must apply online for admission through the institute? official website
Maharishi University of Information Technology is well known for its high placement record.The institute takes utmost care in placing all its students in reputed firms.Some of the companies where students of this institute are placed are Hindustan Machine tools, Hindustan Motors Ltd, Hindustan Thomson Advertising,Lucknow, Honda Siel Cars India Ltd,, Hotel Park Sheraton, Hotel Ramada, Hotel Vasant Continental, Cadilla Pharmaceuticals Ltd, ICRA, IDBI, IFCI, IFFCO, ICICI Bank
The placement is the worst thing as I told. And faculty of Amity should have more concentration on teaching rather than Extra works. Otherwise all is good in university. Beacuse students come in amity/any college specially for education, then it comes to extracurricular activies.
Overall experience of the college was good enough for me . I think college should focus more on their management activities because some where or the other management is lacking behind a little bit otherwise college is good in terms of studies and faculties .
The university has its own exam i have score GPTU is the entrance exam conducted by the Gautam Buddha University for inviting admissions to the under graduate courses including the integrated dual degree programmes as available in the university curriculum. The candidates will be required to appear in the written test as scheduled to be held by the university for this purpose as per the directions of university. The candidates who are preparing for the concerned entrance exam can go through the details of eligibility including courses coming under its purview and syllabus respectively for appearing in the concerned exam.
Yes the university provide placements in many of the companies like wipro,adani,lnt,etc come every year. Students that have been placed in various organisations are HCL, Honda, NIIT, Aditya Birla Group, TCS, Kirloskar, CRISIL, BlackRock, berkshire, Infosys, encyclopaedia britannica, Godrej Infotech, Matrix Cellular International, AON, Tech Mahindra, Genpact, Elsevier, Huawei, Nestle and many others
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