I think they are over priced and charge more money for non karnataka students
There may be situations where smells do have a role to play, for others. In my life, I think it was absence of roses’ aromatic odor (from my bed) that spurred me to higher gears and kept me going. I could not afford to wait for the smells. In decision making (it is a good question), whenever I ‘smelt a rat’ I became doubly cautious and triply protective. Decision-making should not be made haphazardly. It needs time, attention, knowledge, information, statistics, understanding and due care before a go-ahead (or otherwise) is given and communicated down the line.
The college provides all the basic necessary like internship, good specialisation in all their respective fields.
Expensive because they don't provide extra things much. Just a normal things which all the colleges provide. May be because of the infrastructure they charge more. I think they should reduce the fee structure and offer more students from good 12th grade marks
No I haven't applied for any scholarship yet because I have planned about it after 2 nd year so that I get a clear idea about it
Campus life is very good because of the big infrastructure with garden areas all around with good greenery. With neaby good food areas and all the basic necessary items available with in the campus. I personally think that this is the best college
The hostels were bit expensive and ut would be tough to afford because a middle class family would struggle to pay. I understand the area is well developed and they provide all the necessary facilities with great performance regarding canteens, mess, rooms and the place is hygienic
Yes they were helpful, I knew most of the seniors and whenever I had any doubts related to the course they always helped me out to find an answer
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I think the reservation for student seats is much desirable, given the long history of systematic deprivation and suppression. However, the reservation design applied at present often fails to fulfill the purpose of social justice. I am perhaps not well-equipped enough to suggest the exact solution but here are some directions and points to ponder (in no particular order) I often find extreme financial as well as social deprivation and lack of opportunities suffered by students from unreserved classes. The present scheme of reservation has no means to support such deserving students.
Students in their final year are eligible for campus placements. Though there aren't many companies that visit our campus for placement this year we had a placement drive by ICICI bank where they offered an average package of 2.5L-3-5L to students. Even a local startup named Apptronics offered students a package of 1.5L-2 L.
From 3rd Sem, the students are eligible for placements on the campus. As I am the 1st Sem student I could not find it and even this year is where the first batch is going for campus placements. As my faculty of CMA has said that the students clearing the CMA exams will get on an average of 4.5-5 lakh per annum.
More than 300 students are placed every year. The college makes sure that the students are equipped to meet the industry requirements. The companies that come for placements are Goldman Sachs, KPMG, JP Morgan Chase, EY, TCS, Walmart, Target, Amazon, Decathlon and many more
I was placed in a logistics company for a short time and I got that from our placement drive but can't go because the company was a bit far from where I stay. But the company was reputed and they were giving me a salary of Rs 30000.
The college is full of positive vibes and the management is friendly and the teaching is also very good and the college supports for all the co curriculum activities and is also has a ragging free campus.
Positive is that you don't get bored there are many students coming across India and everyone is so friendly here. Negative is that there's no govt transportation here. It is 1 kilometer far from the college and by chance you lost you id card there's a fine of 500 to renew it.
College management is good. As it takes an immediate action in case of any wrong things happened.
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