No, the college and the management was fair enough to the students
The course syllabus was very vast, which was thought to a hurdle those days but now i could feel the knowledge i have on the subject, my roots are strong. Eventhough the course was a professional one, the struggle was huge to get a job.No industrial visits were planned during the time nor campus selection programmes.
we had courses like MBA in the college. so i remember when Keltron came for campus interview some of my fellowmates went and attended for fun, and two of them even got placed, but to my knowledge none of them joined
The college celebrates all the programs periodically, the arts fest, sports, workshops,women cell programs,national and international seminars.students and faculties from various colleges attend the programs.talks of pronounced persons are organized.APJ Abdul Kalam has visited the college in 2010.
we had a semester fee of approximately 32K,any mode was acceptible at the college,i usually pay in cash and also my friends. No admission fees were demanded by the college, exam fees were separate apart from semester fees.no transparency in fee-breakdown was observed
i didnot avail any fellowship but one of my friends who was a single girl child got fellowships,and since our course was a self financing one there was no reduction in fees.
our course usually has less number of male candidates than females,we have 6 boys and all others girls,the college life was so cherishable and interesting,the college is a green campus,less polluted and litter free.the politics was comparatively weak compared to other colleges as the management was a strict one.
No i was a day scholar,but i have visited the hostel when i went to see my friends and also i stayed there a night after our tour.the rooms were spacious, very neat and clean,the bathrooms were not attached,the warden is so good at the time very strict and caring.
The alumini meets are conducted regularly eventhough i couldnot be part of it due to leave issues. our seniors were very cooperative and provided enough care to as academically.
this college id one of the oldest and best college in the district, so after UG completion there was no choice other than M.A.wrote the entrance exam, got a good score but due to the fear of losing the seat took admission before allotment. The course was a self-financing one so there was no need of wait.
No words could describe our HOD, Dr.Anu Yamuna Joseph, she was so enthusiastic and dedicated herself for students.She had a great knowledge on the subject that we all did our project works in the college,usually, others have options to go other institutes. We have well trained facultities for each subject.A total of 9 lecturers were there to teach us.
The university provides marvelous placement opportunities. There are many renowned companies visiting the chamois. They hire deserving students. There are different selection processes for different companies. The package scale is also high. The highest pay scale is 8LPA.
The option to chose elective subjects in the semesters to help student show their interest and gain skills in the subjects that are remotely connected to the course. It also helps in minor projects that are an important part of the course.
The best remark I could make here is that the college gives you the freedom to work and push your ideas. The facilities like Cisco Thingqbator, Kerala Startup Mission and Fablab can take you to another level. The bad remark is that the institute's own premises are less and offer no hostels. But from 2020 onward the entire IIITMK is moving to the new international campus (in Technocity, 7km away from current location) having hostel facilities for all.
I was working in a start-up, which was run by my friends and myself, which offered an e-learning platform for competitive examinations. It was the first of its kind in Kerala too. Not so long after its establishment, I understood that we need data in bulk amount for better business. This leads me to search for online learning in popular websites like Udacity.
The best thing I found there is a Cisco Thingqbator (Maker space) where we can build IoT devices and more.Cisco is doing this project with partnershiping with Nasscom and Defy.Li2 conduct lot of workshops under Thingqbator about IoT and machine learning and lot of things.Even they mantor students to build their idea which is submitted under cohort programs hosted by them and provide all fecilities and equipments.This is the only one thing that I kike in this Institute.It is well maintained by Cisco not by our administration.That may be the reason it is well maintained.
CUSAT was ranked in in the 251-300 category for Asia, despite an endowment of under US$ 0. 5 million and in the 801-1000 category by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings of 2018. The National Institutional Ranking Framework, devised by Ministry of Human Resource Development to rate the Universities of India, ranked the university at number 30 in 2016 and the ranking dropped in 2017 to 86, before recovering to 69 in 2018, and to 65 in 2019.
Overall the college is really very good you can have a quality time there during this two year can explore the places along with your studies.
Positive it is always positive there nothing live a bueatiful campus and the academica are pretty good too the way of teaching is superb the programs the conduct is far way awesome but there also they can give more entertainment for students
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