College management try their best. But it still isn't what it could be
They have 3 sessionals per semester, 2 will be counted, like max marks. So it's okay even if you miss one. Sometimes there are 2 sessionals in one day, morning and evening. Then there is semester exam, which PTU takes. It can be hard sometimes, but mostly it's not that hard (won't say easy) course curriculum is okay, sure needs an updation in subjects like data science is not there if you're wondering
Placements are good. They won't pay that much, but there would be many companies which'll visit. Almost everyone will get placed. They'll range from 2.5 LPA to 32 LPA, most of they will pay standard 3.5 LPA. Companies? Microsoft, Amazon, Deloitte, Dell, Mu Sigma, Evalueserve, Cognizant, Wipro, start ups, and a lot more
Freshers party is not that good, but in my second year, Badshah came for something different, some red bus tour, but our college combined them. Parivartan fest is there, the annual fest of our college, it's great. It's a 2 days fest. Then there are tech fests from each department too. And they celebrate some local festivals like Makkar sakranti lohri etc.
Fee structure is very much feasible. It must be higher than what it was for me. But for 2014 to 2018 batch, it was about 45 thousand per semester college fees and 75 thousands per year hostel fees. If you want a direct admission, you might have to pay extra one times fees in lakhs, but it's very much negotiable. They asked 2 Lakhs from me and I didn't pay anything, but people did, some in thousands, some in lakhs
Didn not avail it, but my friend did, he availed an education loan and his tuition fees like 14 thousands per semester whereas it was 45 thousands per semester for us. But he had to pay hostel fees like others only. If you can avail, please do, it's great.
Campus life was greattt. It's large enough, a lot of parks. There's an "Ashiqui Chowk" in front of girls hostel. Diversity? Majorly north Indians only, a few african americans, and I don't recall seeing anyone from south. Atleast 70% are Punjabis by the way. But there's no ragging or racism in campus as such. People are great there. Gender ratio was like 6.5 boys to 3.5 maybe. But doesn't matter, you'd find someone ;)
I'd give them 8/10. We have annual alumni meets in Pune, Bangalore and NCR. It was recently started. It's not for a particular year though, there would ne one Annual meet for alumni from any year
I opted for CSE in B.Tech. I opted for IT in all the other colleges, I chose CSE here because I was sure I wouldn't join this (no offence to college, I had other plans) but destiny has its own way. There were some personal reasons I chose this college, but well the location is good, it's near to NCM mall and Chandigarh, and you'd grow on street market around college. As for the admission process, there are 2 way, one is merit list from PTU, other is direct admission, I took latter, then they'd ask you which college? There are 2 engineering colleges in same campus, CEC and COE. I chose CEC, you should too. It's much older.
Faculty was good. Reallly good. Like I said, curriculum needs an update. But for the subjects we did have. They were great. Age ranging from 30-50. But all of them had clarity about their subjects. Some had industry experience too. I don't remember the no of lectures but timings of college were 9:15 to 4:30, something like that
From the 3rd semester, you are eligible for an internship. TCS, Infosys, Samsung etc are available here but if are taking admission here you should mainly focus on exams like gate etc. average package is 20k per month and the max is 1 lakh so it's not good. 50% are getting placed every year but mainly students are focused on sports or government exams. I want to run my startup but the primary focus is on gate exam and skill development.
Placement is average, I think every year 35-45% of students are getting placed. From last year or 7-8 semesters, students become eligible for campus placement. Every company has its own academic cutoff results to attend their exam. Companies like Mahindra, Infosys, Patanjali, Microsoft are many more little companies are visited campus every year. The highest package in mechanical got 4 lakh and average is about 2 -3 lakh. After completing B.E if I did not get campus placement then try my best to qualify for GATE and I also go for general competition.
From the 3rd year of your engineering, you are eligible for your campus placement if you have a CGPA above 7.5. Throughout the year many companies visiting universities for hiring and TCS is major among all. You can also see hirers like Microsoft and Amazon. Last year the highest pakage offered was 43lpa and placements went off with an average pakage of 3.5LPA. I don't know the exact percentage of placement but could say it was decent. At current, I am wondering a job at google.
our college has approx 75 percentage placements out of the eligible students. There are MNCs and other big companies come in SLIET for recruitments like MAHINDRA, TCS, WIPRO, INFOSYS, JINDAL, MARUTI SUZUKI, WELSPUN, CAPGEMINI, GODREJ, etc. The highest package of our college is 14lacs and the average salary package is 3.5 lacs which is really too good.
More than 90 percent of students get placed in Computer Science and Engineering. The average package is above 12 lakhs per student. IIT ROPAR is ranked 25 in engineering institutes ranking by NIRF. Overall 80 percent or more students get placed per year. I am planning for research after MTech in Mechanical Engineering.
Nirf Ranking of the college. Placement records of the college and the companies coming in campus. The well known infrastructure and faculty of the college. Opportunities to grow my skills and myself. It is near to house too. And in my marks it was best what i can get.
I joined this college because the environment of this college fascinated me and truly speaking I experienced that surroundings gives us a perfect feel of discipline. I was also attracted by the green cover of college, the ECOSYSTEM. The faculty welcomed me with a warm tone which bounded me to join this college.
The teachers here believe in you and will do everything they can in helping you to not just achieve your target grades but even exceed them and do better. The teachers will also address the main issues that you have with exam technique and revision and will, therefore, help you to achieve better grades in future exams.
Although it was privately funded institution, Khalsa engineering college provided best facilities for students to nurture their talents and obtain requisite skills for progressing ahead in life. We owe it to them. If anything can be improved it is the placement opportunities and hostel facilities that need a bit of touch.
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