It is one of the top universities in the country with a great alumni background. A very impressive campus and of course a very spectacular social life. I, being a student from the central board (CBSE) had a mindset that getting into such a university was impossible because of my cut off marks. Yes, and that's how the admission takes place, the admission procedure is a long process taken into consideration based on the board cut off marks. Students interested in taking major departments like CSE, EEE, Civil, Mech., should have a minimum cut off above 187 in the respective boards. The counseling is entirely online and usually occurs in the month of July. I preferred this college over NIT because of the college's remarkable alumni and campus life.
My interest is on the research side and I chose chemical engineering specifically for that. Note that chemical is entirely different from chemistry. It majorly deals with designing and developing products satisfying the needs in society. Speaking of the course, it is also one of the reasons for my choosing this college. Anna University has one of the best track records in the chemical engineering field. And in my college the student-faculty ratio is about 36:1 for the freshers and then once into the departments it varies around 23:1. The staffs and professors are well talented and really responsive in any situation. I can assure you such a good student-staff relationship in the college. And particularly mentioning the term exams or the assessments kept, yeah the semster pass on so fast and the assessments are usually kept twice in a semester. The difficulty of the exams entirely depends on the student. When the subject is understood well it is much easier.
There are two internships (one on campus and one off-campus) during the course program. It is ought to complete those internships for every student. Students develop on-field skills and are provided with a certificate on completion of the interns. Only one internship is provided with a stipend. And students wishing to attend that internship should take up an exam and clear that. Larsen and Toubro, TVS are one of the leading companies offering internships. Usually, development projects are handed during interns and they are guided by a field expert.
The students become eligible almost in the 7th semester and certainly get placed even in the 6th clearing certain examinations. The placement record is considerably good. Though the college has no NAAC accreditation it has a very good placement record. Almost all the students who clear the semester during the placement are placed. There is a placement cell in the college itself which refers to a lot of companies each recruiting around 5 students friendly in the field. The highest package is around 48 LPA and the lowest is 4LPA. Top companies like Toyota, Indian oil, ONGC, etc.,(for the chemical dept) come up for recruitment students getting placed is around 85%. Clearly speaking the placement percentage is not on the number of students in the college, it is on the number of students attending the placement interviews. Most of the students choose a master's degree after their undergraduate program.
Considering the fees. This is the least what you can spend to complete your engineering degree in the entire country. With 10000 per sem for all the regular courses and 20000 for all the self Supporting courses, the fees are at times lesser than the travel cost for certain students. And the boarding fees are around 25000 per sem. There are also a variety of scholarships available in the college which could be received by passing certain interviews. The first class of the scholarship is the Alumni Scholarship which provides 20000 per year (almost covering up the tuition fees). And the most important thing is there are no extra charges charged on the students for anything. All the industrial visit charges are taken by the college. Apart from this, we have the state scholarship and the central scholarship also available in the college. Such great assistance and a never burden fees structure which makes a more constructive thought on the college. On the whole, a year fee is around 70k
Wow, here comes the most interesting part of the college, though the college is a bit old fashioned in the hostel infrastructure the cultural and fests held throughout the sem make the life in the college more memorable. The social life is extremely delightful and friendly. I have felt at times the best social life available. All the classrooms have a projector in the teaching complex whereas the labs and research areas are at a separate place for each subject. The University also has a very big ground and all the indoor-outdoor games are there. A separate swimming pool is also present which charges 50Rs/hour. There are more than 50+ clubs the college which include NCC, NSS, YRC, NSO, Tamil clubs, music clubs, Entrepreneurship clubs, the student quality council, Rotaract club, and still more... The students are free to choose their interested clubs and work with them in their college life. And certain clubs even provide opportunities even after college life.
The hostel infrastructure is a bit old fashioned as it was constructed long ago. Apart from that, the facilities are not bad at all. Each hostel block has three wings and three/ four floors (including the ground floor). Coming to the food available, it is, of course, the usual hostel food, and the vegetarian dishes are not up to the mark whereas the nonvegetarian dishes are really good and nonvegetarian dishes are available daily which can be purchased using a token. There is no specific menu for the food, it is a random one. The token is provided in the hostel itself. The registration for the hostel is only once during the admission and it is guided by the college. When everything is perfect in the college, starting the infrastructure of the hostel as the only problem may not sound right, it is really a manageable place to stay and of course safe.
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Completion of the 7th semester was the eligible boundary for placement. Here, not such companies are come and attend the placements only few 2 or more will come and offer 2 or 3 students. Others will go off-campus interview for their job opportunity. As possible we have reached a higher package of 2lacs per annum. The percentage of students getting placements was far less. Inappropriately only 30-40 percentage will attend their campus and in that only 10 percent will get placed. In that also 1 or two only get paid well. So in the view of the campus interview, this college won't suit you. But there were many others who got good jobs and settled by attending the off-campus interview. My plan after my undergraduate degree was going to my master program by crossing GATE exam.
All I have are good remarks about our college because every thing that happened to me by our campus is just fir welfare of my situations and career. There will be no additional charges to a student in any aspect. Which is very good and helpful for middle class family students.
The admission process is very smooth. I applied online and got invited for the counselling process conducted by the TNAU. I wanted to join this course and this institute in particular because of the evergreen popularity of the agriculture industry.
The course structure is pretty vast and appropriate. The students and staff have access to many software tools and systems to execute real-life projects. The Institute strives to make learning more creative, interactive and information driven by using sophisticated teaching techniques.
Good remake infrastructure,teaching faculty,lab facilities and missed out about swimming pool and play ground and hospital facilities is also extraordinarily with very spacious ground with separate play grounds facilities I never felt anything missing everything is available .what do you want how much you want that's to be decided by a student
I had given AIEEE (All India Engineering Entrance Examination). Although this university does not come under AIEEE college list, but they also give admission to those students who score good marks in AIEEE. Apart from this, they have their own entrance exam for admission. I chose this university to shape my career because it is very famous and also one of the big reputed university in India. I has good infrastructure and qualified staffs. I am thinking to do Masters from the same.
Usually the form comes in the month of Feb-March, but as I already mentioned that I had given AIEEE exam, I was unable to fill form for this university, I came to Chennai and went directly their with all my documents and score card. They saw my documents and taken interview and finally I got admission there.
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