St Xaviers College was awarded the best college of gujarat 2 years ago. So it is unarguably worth it joining here
BCA is a good course but we didn't have any industry visits as it is not needed here. Those visits only happen in masters course and doctoral programs. Though many conpanies did visit us for providing a good package even though it was simoly an undergrad program
Though bca doesn't have any good placements, our college did have some good companies visit us like Oracle and TCS. They did offer a package of 4.5L per annum which had an agreement that the employee had to work there for 5 years. Besides this agreement, the package was quite good after bca
Our college is famous for its youth fest and cult fest. Many participants from different colleges come to participate in our events. Our college has the best organised events and no college can compete that. It's very famous for its extra curricular activites too
As it is governed by gujarat university, the fees are quite low and feasible. Bca was 16K per sem which sums up to around 1L for 3 years of your undergrad program. The first sem is to be paid compulsarily by cash and the next sem fees can be paid online, cash or cheque
The college does offer scholarships but I'm not quite aware about the amounts and criteria here. They do give around 6-8 scholarships per sem for one course
Gender ratio is around 70:30, 70 being male. We have some best cricket and football teams. We even have debates being held up sometimes and the college doesn't have any ragging as the administration is extremely strict in those matters. So nothing to worry about
Our college does have a boys hostel. The fees there is around 11k per year. But I wouldn't recommend it as the hostel is quite average and the food is below average. You can get better rates at pgs nearby
Yes the seniors are very helpful and you will be needing their help in third year for the projects.
I was already intertested in IT and that's why i opt for this college. BCA is full of coding subjects and database subjects. You should opt for this only if you like database and coding. BCA is a course I'll prefer over bsc because it is a bit more updated.
The faculty was good. It was quite helpful. In third year, we are assigned a proffessor to ask him about our project and get his or her help. The third year project is developing a working website or an application and the help is quite necessary which we did get
Last year students are eligible for placement. They are many companies that come on the campus. local companies of the state, Byjus, Wipro, TCS, Amazon, Datalog etc. The company highest package is 14 lakh. If you seat in placement so a minimum of 60% required.
Final year students are eligible for campus placements. In our IT field of Parul University, there're various companies visited every year like Infosys, Tata, Wipro and many more. The highest was around 1.5 LPA and the average is 80000 to 1 LPA. Almost 75% - 80% students got the placements. The students whose percentile is more than 8 is eligible.
This college have some good remark and also some bad remark but good remakr is very big to all-round we find some good and also bed remoak is fees this coallfe get more then rupish from others collegeae we cannot count thsi ponit then otherr is good
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A few negative effects are debt, partying, sexual assault, missing family and friends, and stress. Positive effects are he/she gets a degree, makes new friends, becomes more diverse, most likely gets a good job after graduating, and helps he/she to become more independant and grow as an individual.
Education is good compared to other colleges. Campus life is great. The only issue here is minimum attendance. I have seen students getting detained as they failed to have 75% attendance in the semesters. Do whatever you have to, but try to keep it above 75 otherwise, it would create a lot of issued
XICA is a relatively new institution and is growing by leaps and bounds. Last year, it was ranked 9th in India's Top 10 BCA colleges, the only college in Gujarat to be in the list as well. The management is slick and is managed by a world-famous, world-re
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