The course curriculum is very well designed and organized. The schedule and curriculum is designed in a way that it do not become hectic for the students. The practical are of optimum duration and are well synchronized with the theory classes.
The college offer placements to all students as I have seen in my seniors batch. The on campus placement facility is provided by the college. The renowned companies like BP, Gazprom, SABIC, etc. visits the campus to select talented students for thei companies.
The fees of the course is not that much expensive. The total fees of the course is 60,000. The fees for the first year is 42,000 and 18,000 for the second year. The first year fees includes the registration, examination and security fees.
The gender ration of the college is 1:4 which is pretty good. There is no discrimination amongst girls and boys on any basis. The laboratories of the college are well developed and have all the advance equipments. The library of the college is very huge with thousands of books in it.
The hostel has a good infrastructure. The rooms of the hostel are very much spacious and comfortable for the students. The facilities like kettle, oven, pantry and laundry are also provided to the students.
The admission was based on an entrance exam and a personal interview. I filled up the application form online. A centre was assigned for the test and I appeared for the entrance exam. I luckily got qualifying marks in the test and was called for Interview. Finally I got admission in the college.
The faculties of the college are highly qualified and very much experienced. They always appreciate us for our small achievements and always guide us the ways how we can improve ourselves and do excel in our lives.
The placement cell of this college is very good and supportive. The placement cell helps students to prepare for their group discussions and interviews. The placement cell of this college is far better than compared to other engineering colleges in Bihar. Various companies like Tech Mahindra, Wipro, TCS, HCL, Power Grid Corp. have come for recruitment of students. The highest package offered was 32 LPA. The average package offered is 4-5 LPA. Core branches like Civil and Mechanical department students got very low placement because very few companies have come to the recruitment of their related branch students. But the Overall Placement of other branches is good.
• Students are eligible for campus placements in their final year. They can also apply for internships in between. It helps a lot to add an edge to their CV as work experience. • Many companies like HCL, Lenovo, Tata Consultancy, Wipro etc., visit the college for placements. The previous year, many offers were made, some students got placements in HCL and three or four got in Tata Consultancy. • Highest package till now was 33 LPA by HCL and the average package was 7 LPA. Note that it's not only your academics that will show you to the companies, you must have any extra abilities or talents or rather work experience for a better package. Almost 60% of students placements. If you don't get on-campus placement, don't worry you can apply for off-campus placements, just be confident and present your best in interviews. • I am currently in my 2nd year, and after completing my degree, I am planning to have further studies of MCA from a good university in Delhi.
Admissions are given here on the basis of merit list, that is the marks obtained in higher secondary examinations .well the admission was directly given to me after taking look at my documents and marks here.
the college does not provide any scholarship to the students here. also the placement ratio is very less here. actually most of the students opt for further studies or preparing for entrance exams and do not want jobs.
I chose to go to a large university because I like being part of a diverse student body. The world is a big place, and I thought attending a big school would better prepare me for life in the real world. My university has a very strong faculty of sciences, and I wanted to study under the best minds in the country. It also offered the subject I was seeking, and I wanted to fast track my education. I chose to go to a large university because I wanted to maximize my post-college opportunities.
Good. The availability of jobs largely depends on your academic performances. If your score is good enough then you'll be able to bag a good job worth 25k or so. It's not that one who doesn't have a good score do not get a nice job. The salary might be different.
It is a government college and its fees is very low and the main thing is quality of educations is excellent. It is in the bihar state, so there is no language problem. It is situated on NH-31 which makes him awesome.
I am currently pursuing B.Sc Hons in Agriculture from Sandip University, Bihar. I had scored 80% marks in my class 12th board exams and I wanted to do B.Sc in Agriculture. I had applied in the university online and the eligibility criteria was to have more than 50% marks in 10+2 in PCM/PCB/PCMB. Thus, the admission and selection process was very easy and convenient.
The internship and placement facilities of the college are outstanding despite being established in 2017. In 2018, around 94% of interested students got placed and the college has been trying to maintain the percentage ever since. Some of the companies regularly visiting the campus are KPIT, LTI, Atos Syntel, Mphasis, etc.
college is good if we see the cost benefit analysis as it needs less time and effort to get masters, graduate and certifications degrees and also very easy access and approach to faculties makes it a better place
The university was started in 2016 and hence it is still new. It offers many courses to choose from and has good faculty for it too. The college is very study oriented and encourages to students to keep learning.
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