I had the opportunity to study in one of the best colleges of Hyd and I am very grateful for that.The management was excellent and I did not face any problem while I was there.
Being an English literature student,learning was mostly text based though we were groomed to be future lecturers with emphasis on English speaking skills by organising various debates and competitions.It was definitely helpful in securing on campus placements as along with spoken English skills,written English and personality development were given equal importance.
Since I had done my post graduation in the year 1986-1988,it was left to the students to apply for posts directly or to opt for higher studies.The institution did take steps to groom the students for whatever they wanted to do in life;it was a preparation keeping all options in mind,rather than prepare the students only for placements.
Various debates and cultural programs were held annually.Also literary competitions and management festivals were held on a huge scale with a very good participation.It was considered a big privilege to take part in the competitions because of the exposure they provided and also because of the tough competition.Participants confidence levels rose because of the healthy and stress free competitions.
Fee structure was nominal and mostly cash payments were accepted. No additional fee was charged for any course and there was complete transparency in the fee breakdown. In the first year sone additional fee could have been charged for admission and for library and extra curricular activities.
The college did offer scholarship opportunities for students who did exceptionally well in academics and extra curricular and other activities. They would just have had to fill up a form and submit proof or certificates of their achievements to avail of the opportunity. It was provided for a sum.of rs 10000/- if I remember correctly.
Campus life was extremely good and friendly without ragging.Since it was a girl's college,there were no problems regarding gender.Also,every religion,race were equally respected and students were well behaved and economic status wasn't given much importance.In other words all were treated equally.
I had some friends who had opted for hostel and they had felt quite comfortable sharing the room with another person.The rooms were well furnished with attached washrooms and were maintained well with proper ventilation.Onthe whole I always got a satisfactory response with regard to hostel from my friends. .
College seniors were friendly and helpful, no incidents of ragging were reported.It was totally a tension free atmosphere in the college.
It was my dream to do post graduation in English literature in Koti Women's College,considered to be one of the best institutions in Hyderabad,affiliated to Osmania University.It was on the basis of marks I had secured in graduation that I had got admission in this college.
The faculty was excellent, were in the age group of 30's to 50's and almost all of them were well qualified and have proved their expertise in the subject in more ways than one.Most of them held certifications but it is difficult to comment on their industry experience.
1) I chose this course because I was always interested in studying literature. And as this university reputable. 2)There are enough teachers. And they're all Ph.D. holders. And the faculty is really good. Even in the lockdown situation frequently classes have been going on. 3) Two internal exams have been taken as a done assignment. These exams are pretty challenging.
In Mass Communication, the sixth semester requires students to do a 45-day internship in a media company. On the other hand, B.Com students have the opportunity for campus placements and the college gets approached by the top MNCs and companies of India without plenty of presentations being given beforehand about the portfolio by company representatives. Many have previously been to avail jobs at top institutions like Amazon, Wipro, Microsoft, etc., and continue to do so in the coming years.
For distance learning program there is no entrance required in The English and Foreign Languages University. I applied for M.A English by paying the application fee. After this process, the applications were shortlisted and I got selected for the course.
M.A English degree from The English and Foreign Languages University helps the student apply for roles such as Content writer, Copy writer, Magazine editor etc. I recently got hired as a trainee for one of the leading newspapers and the skills I have earned from my course have made it possible for me.
Since it is a huge University, the decision process gets delayed sometimes.
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