Overall the college is good. Curriculum is good and the faculty is good. Labs are OK and workshop is good. But the support from management is not very good.
I appeared for the autonomous exam conducted by CSJM University. I secured 144 rank in the exam and got a government sponsored seat.
Curriculum was equally good as it is in IIT or HBTI (UPTU University). We had a good workshop and good faculty. However chemical lab was not well equipped. Computer lab also required better computers.
Internship support was poor. No stipend or special support was provided for internship. I found a chemical company from my own sources but they did not offer any stipend.
In IET, placements was the only weak area. And I have heard that it is almost the same till now. The students are good and the faculty is very well qualified. The college has successfully maintained a good culture and discipline. However, they could not establish a good placement cell and could not provide enough/ good placements. Only a few call center companies came to the campus. One software company also visited but they have limited seats as they already recruited most of the students from IIT and HBTI.
In terms of events college was good. Fresher party, annual function, technical festival were celebrated in the college. Everything was solely managed by the students. No special contribution from faculty of management on the event celebration.
It was great! Government supported seats costed Rs. 12, 000 in a year and in total Rs. 48, 000 for the entire 4 year program. Paid seats were also cheaper in comparison to private colleges. A paid seat costed Rs. 50, 000 in year at that time.
No, since the fees was less there was no such requirement. I know some of the students who opted for a paid seat, they took a personal loan. There was no such arrangement from college.
There were good labs. There was a badminton court and a sports ground as well. Students in collaboration with the teachers used to organize technical festival. There was no special support from college management on any of these fronts.
In 2001 to 2005 there was no hostel for boys. There were several private hostels in the vicinity and most of the students used to stay in these private hostels. Since all accommodates were students from the same college a good environment was maintained i
Yes there is a alumni network. Every year an alumni meet is organized by the students and alumni counsel. This is one of the good support system which is helping in improving college placements.
It was very good. We had 8 semesters and weekly quiz was organized. Practical examinations were very well placed in between written examinations. Very tough marking system was in place to maintain the quality and there was no scope to cheat in the examina
Almost 60% of the faculty was very good and were highly qualified. Almost 20% of the faculty were retired professors from IIT (mostly IIT Kanpur). Overall except few teachers who were not permanent faculty, I am satisfied with the faculty.
Almost 99 percent of student are placed who appear for placement and various student have many job offers some go for gate cat AMD UPSC and also start their startups this year highest placement of 27 lakh has been given by Flipkart
in our college placement are pretty good I can share my experience I am graduating in covid-19 pandemic time where jobs are going out from hand in that hard time our college arranges the company to visit our college and offer the student in my opinion till now the highest package is 10 LPA and the person got 10 LPA are not 1 or 2 they are 10+, In batch their 35+ student how got multiples to offer from top IT companies, in-class almost everyone is placed and still placement is running, in my opinion, college can bring the company to campus but it's our duty to convert it to offer without skills we cant do that, this is a bitter truth, so yes college do provide 100% placement to students, in 7 the semester the students are eligibles for placements are company start visiting the college for placements so at the end 100% placement.
The placement season generally begins in the 6th-7th semester but the preparation starts way before. The college gives training classes to help students prepare. This training helps in both placements and other competitions. Students get placed in companies like TCS, Capgemini, Wipro, Infosys, Tech Mahindra, and many more. Recently 65% of students got placed from the previous batch. The average salary offered to them was 5-6 LPA and the highest package offered was 19 LPA.
For placement, the 6th-semester students will become eligible for campus placement. But I want to make sure that there is zero placement for the mechanical engineering branch. The companies visited only for IT and CSE students and some for the MSME branch. If you hope that there is an on-campus placement for mechanical then please be alert. So most mechanical students search for off-campus placement a go for the preparations for a government job.
Students here are eligible for campus placement from the 6th semester. There are quite a few companies that come for placement such as Ola and many others. Well, the highest package received is approx 12-14 lakhs whereas the average package is 4-5 lakhs for B.tech students. Students should maintain above 60 % marks to be eligible for sitting in the placement interview.
I didn't wanted to join this acollege at all. but management anyhow managed to wash my mind. Which i regret today also. I will never recommend this college to anyone.
They are pathetic, they dont support or studebts dont get placed in this college so placement is very hard
Availability of my course (aeronautical)Good Infrastructure. Tie-up with Tata.Experienced teachers.Specialised teachers from Tata for special/important topics.Practical knowledge. Fully ac campus.
College trys to do bring as many as companies to the college including big companies.Now it's depend on the students grades and performance in intevriw.
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