Management was somewhere involved in corruption related to admissions I felt though I never saw but heard about all this from rumours which I felt needs to be taken care of by government of india.
The curriculum is nice as far as the subjects are concerned and it covers almost everything. We had almost 30 subject in 3 years. I felt the subjects were more than enough but the curriculumn lacked the practical exposures for example there was no compulsory internship etc. In the curriculmn which could have been a better thing for taking steps towards the reality than only books and subject knowledge. Though it was advised going for internship in holidays but it was not compulsory which I felt was lacking in curriculumn.
Yes the college had its own placement cell which invited very reputed companies every year like google and big 4 accounting firms etc. But there was no specific training for placement prepration on the college part. And specific placrmnet percentage I am not sure but It was less than what it should be I felt since it took a lot for getting admission there. It was somewhere around 50 60 percent I guess from campus placement or may be less than that.
It held annual cultural fests every year plus every department also holds its own fest every year. They were really good and lots of funds are spent on them every year. It had various competitions and prizes as well. Once a year a celebrity was invited also.
Fees was around 7000 per year. It's very feasible as compared to private colleges in town. There was lot of transference in fee breakdown as well. There was no additional fees charges. All in all it was not expensive course since it is a govt university and college too.
Yes it did offer the scholarship based on the merit plus if the parents were financially not that good.
Gender ratio was not that satisfactory according to me. It was less than 50 percent. One good thing was it had students from many countries and states which added to the plus points. It had debate drama dance sports every society and all those were really good in standards.
There was no specific chances to interact with seniors or meetings etc. Which I felt was missing and should be provided by the college. Because this was according to me bad thing if we don't get formal chances for interaction with seniors and learn from there experience.
Hi this course I opted for was considered one of the reputed course for people thinking of mastery in commerce and since I was a commerce student in my school so I opted for this course and my college was one of the most reputed college of delhi university which is considered a good university in india for education so I applied for the merit list on the basis of marks.
All the lecturers did hold good qualification eg phd and net etc. Most of them were very highly expertised in their subjects and we're very enthusiastic and well for teaching it. But some of them I felt were not good at delivering the concepts in an understandable way specifically for practical subjects like taxation accounts etc.
Students become eligible for placements from the fourth semester. The college has an amazing placement cell which has shown their excellent performance by bringing 25+ new companies on our campus as compared to the last year. Even in covid times, they succeeded in bringing such new and highly talked companies such as DE Shaw, Bain and company, Grant Thornton etc. The highest package which was offered last year was for 21 lakhs. Various profiles from a financial analyst, Article Assistant, Audit and Assurance, Junior analyst etc were offered. All the students who get enrolled in placement drives have a 71% higher chance of getting placed. Among the students who got enrolled, 65% were successfully placed. My plans after getting the degree are to work as an article assistant in one of the reputed firms.
My college placements are very good. I think from 4 th semester students become eligible for campus placements. Some of the companies who visited our college include wipro, mission education etc. Highest package 5 lacs and average should be 2 lacs. Approx 30% of students get placement. I thought of doing MCom.
Placement & Internship Cell is the one which is responsible for getting companies to the college. This cell provides internships as well as placements for the students. Internships are available for every student of every year as well as for pass-outs. Whereas, placements are only for the students, who are in their 3rd year & for pass-outs. Every year companies like KPMG, EY & HCL come to our college. Last year, 78 students were selected by KPMG, where the average package was around 5 LPA.
There are many recruitment opportunities and placement drives in the college and university. Mostly, students of third year are getting the chance to be part of the drive. In my college, all the top companies have conducted their respective drives like Deloitte, EY, KPMG, PwC, Wipro etc. The total number of offers made varies with different companies. However, 25-30 students were successfully placed. My plans after the degree include going for higher studies or joining a company. I got placed in EY and would like to go for it as well.
The third-year students are eligible for campus placements. The companies like Dell , HCl , IdInsight, Tech India, unbancap etc visited to University of Delhi and recruited students from various courses for job profiles like auditor, analyst, business development, content writing etc. The highest placement was 58 lakh INR from Lady Shri Ram's college. The average package differs from course to course. Most of the companies recruit students from b. Com(Hons) and B. A Hons. Many students have created their own firms by gaining experience from internships offered at the University of Delhi. Approx 60-70 percent of deserving students get placed on an average package of 7-8 lakh.
The placement cells of our college are second all over Delhi in terms of the B.Com program which I'm currently completing. From the 1st semester the students are eligible for campus placements which makes us ready for future placements. I didn't visit any companies till now but I've submitted some of the forms for some internship programs in various companies. The average percentage of students getting placements is 78% annually with an average of 11 lakhs package as per company and profiles offered. The highest package provided this year was 28 lakhs. I have to complete my MBA after completing that. And maybe start a business after that or work in any highly recommended company.
Students become eligible for campus placements after the 5the semester. The highest package a company had ever made is 15lakh per annum. Mostly 70% of the students get the placement every year. My plan is to do my own business after the degree
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