During our time we used study old syllabus which was way too old but the lecture dilivery was good due to the experienced staff with handling old syllabus, but vtu has updated it according to the latest industry needs but the lectures lack the knowledge about the current industrial needs.
Good for IT students like CS, IS and EC, while we used to study several companies used to recruit like TCS, Infosys, Triveni turbines, Tech Mahindra, Wipro, Capgemini, Igate, Ntt Data, Amazon etc.
Chunchana, Branch Fest, IEEE Fest, Uphoria, Enigma, CS Fest, Illumination EC Fest, Construct Civil fest, Cricket, volly ball, football, kabbadi, basketball, throw ball, discus throw, baseball, athletics, dances, technical debate, technical quizzes, logical quiz, treasure hunt, circuit debug, pc game fest etc.
As we got admitted to college through merit basis we had to pay fees fixed by government which was 40k per year and the college used to charge bus fees of 17k for 3 years, there are some extras during semester exam which used to be around 1. 5k exam fees and 900 rs for lab fees which was of no need.
Yes, there are two types of scholarship to apply one is Merit cum means for minorities which was around 25k and another fee reembursment from government for students excluding SC st and OBC, for sc and st students there was full fee reembursment.
Gender ratio differs for every branch like EC, CS, IS the majority was female with a ratio of 70: 30 and in mechanical stream it was boys who were more in number with a ratio of 80: 20 in civil and electrical it was 60 to 40 ratio between boys and girls.
No, but friends used to stay there, hostel is divided into two parts for boys 1st year and another for 2nd, 3rd and 4th year students, a separate hostel for girls is also there which is 2km away from college campus.
There's an annual meeting every year in December where aluminee meet happen but I haven't any so no idea about that.
As I had completed my diploma after my 10th I had to choose engineering, I got the seat through CET conducted by KEA where 50k students take the exam to fill in the college's around the state, we had to select the college using priority basis by computer allocation.
The statistics for placement are high. Students become eligible for campus placements from the seventh semester. The number of companies visited is 250+, including Microsoft, Amazon, Goldman Sachs, etc. The average package is Rs. 7.5 LPA and the highest package is 43.31 LPA. The percentage of students getting placements is 70.
The 5th and 6th semester involve your internship opportunities and 7th semester onwards you are eligible for the placement rounds. With 250+ recruiting companies such as Microsoft, Amazon, Deshaw, Goldman Sachs, Dell etc, 1089 offers, INR 7.5 lakhs avg package, INR 6.2 Lakhs as median salary and the highest package offered to be INR 43 Lakhs, the placements stats are pretty good. ALmost 60-70% of students get placed every year. After getting the bachelors degree, I may go for higher education or will opt for a job.
It's a good college and also near to my house and there are many friends in that college and it's a neat college with good campus area and with good campus selection which helps in my future career and with best teachers
Not many complains about the campus or the infrastructure. The campus is calm and the air is fresh. There are a lot of shops scattered around the campus. Bicycle stands are placed all around the campus for easy parking. But they dont have many holidays during the semester, even though it rains/flood.
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