Overall, the college is excellent for students pursuing their careers in Commerce & Accountancy as well as looking forward to complete professional courses such as C.A. ICWAI, C.S., M.B.A, Post-grad & PhD. in Commerce etc. I'd definitely recommend students to look for opportunities with this institution.
The plain graduation part- I, was for 2 years and the Hons. had an additional year i.e. 3 years. The curriculum was relevant as well as fair, however not research-driven. The exposure to good teachers and well designed curriculum to fit the industry needs taught by professionals of each subject, with lots of practical insights on the skills required to excel in field, has truly made me a better professional. The industrial visits were most beneficial to our batch of 200 students.
For the placement drive, companies like: Exide, Siemens, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Spencers, ITC, Pantaloons, and many more came to our campus. The general steps were: Direct interview with the candidates in the campus as well as the evaluation of general academic proficiency to shortlist the applicants. 50% students are placed from this campus every year. The institution provided a few tips to excel our interview. Apart from that we had motivational speeches from our lecturers.
Annual Fest in which all the local colleges were invited to participate in various events like stage drama, sports, musical performances, dance, etc. Seminars organised every month on several subjects in which guests were invited to share their real-world experience with the students. Over a 1000 students participated in these events.
The fee structure was very feasible. My entire program fee was INR 200 per month and my mode of payment was through bank transfer. Although payment in cash was acceptable as well. No additional or hidden charges were associated in order to secure an admission. The college has a great amount of transparency in the fee- breakdown.
I didn't opt for any form of scholarship or education loan. The college indeed provided scholarships to students. The eligibility criteria ranged from academic performance, economic condition and reservation category. The scholarship awarded was INR 1,200 Per annum.
The gender ratio for male to female students was 7:3. Parties were formed individually without the college involvement/intervention. The college comprised of Indian students only. In terms of diversity, the college fell short, with international students being extremely rare. The college as well as the students were not gender-biased or racist in any way. There has never been a religious conflict among the students or lecturers, nor were the applicants restricted from admission on the basis of their sexual orientation. There was a Student Union which dealt with the expression of the voice of students as well as the betterment of the college in terms of infrastructure and ranking. The college or the students did not discriminate between the rich and the less fortunate, being a government institution which is well reputed, such acts were rendered intolerable.
I did opt for hostel accommodation. The hostel rooms were shared i.e. 4 students in each room. The seats were very limited and preference was given on the basis of factors like distance from hometown as well as the economic condition of the candidate.
The alumni from my college are all very well placed at very senior positions across top-ranking global companies. The seniors were very supportive and were always willing to help us out during our finals with notes and other paraphernalia.They had been very helpful in guiding us towards our careers.
I got admission in this college on the basis of the marks I obtained in my Class XII Board Exam. The first 200 students were selected on the basis of the merit list prepared i.e. Percentage marks obtained in the Grade 12 Board Exam. The admission process starts in the month of June, right after the Board Results are declared i.e. begins by the first week of June and ends by July. Classes start by the month of August. I choose this institution for it was the best government funded one.
The numbers of lecturers was about 40, all the professors aged between 45-50, with both M.Com and PhD. holders. All were very well qualified in their field with 10-15 years of teaching experience along with exposure to various industries. The lectures were as clear as they could be.
The placements are great, a lot of companies and organizations come for campus placements throughout the year and offer all kinds of roles for everyone's requirement. Also, internship opportunities are there. Higher packages go up to around 14-18 LPA approximately. And most average is around 6 LPA. Mass companies also visit for hiring many students. The percentage of students getting placements is dependent on course, computer science students 70-80% get placed by the end of the year. After getting the degree my plan was to work and get on-field experience which is what I'm doing.
Students can appear for placements after the 6th semester. Burjer, Asian paints, Haldia petrochemical, Jk tyres, Colgate, come here. Average package is 5LPA. Highest package is near 11-12 LPA. 80% of students get placed. I will go for PSUs through GATE and also will appear in placement rounds.
From 3rd Semester, the students become eligible for the campus placements. The college brings various companies like ITC, Parle, Amul, ICICI bank, Bandhan Bank, Berger, Senco Gold and Diamond, IDFC First, Pantaloons, Etc are the companies visiting our campuses. The companies make offers according to their needs. The highest package received in the last term is 11 lakhs. And The average package Overall is 5.25 lakhs. The profiles offered are sales trainee, officers and managers. The percentage of students getting placements are all time is 88% above. This is a relatively high percentage in the city. My plans after getting the degree is to get placed in a finance role for any Bank. Though everyone has a dream company, I don't think anything like that. I need a company where I will feel needed and useful. So, my plan is to work in a bank in a nutshell.
The college is a good college it is situated beside the district hospital and there is morgue beside it. So students will se many dead bodies been taken. This may be problem for weak heart students. But I thing for a pharmacists he/she should be able to see dead bodies.
All semester exam is conducted under CCTV which good for students. In case of application of technology college authority needs to be more initiative for students. And I felt lack of industry friendly grooming which are also more important.
Well there's a downside to every thing as well as a good side to it. The good side is that even if there is load number of students present in the class that teachers will not refuse to take the class but instead suggest in taking the class even if there are less students capacity. On the other hand the downside of the RSS Law College is that the infrastructure is not adequate for students the roads which connect to the college under constructed the college is an open ground and it is located in urban area.
placement is also good . the thing is if a student is good enough to crack an interview he/she will definitely get a job. the placements were like out of every 100 students 10 got placed
The course is good enough to think innovative and creative. Practicals are the most important part of the course and you can find good types of equipment in the practical labs. I was in ece branch (ie. Electronics and communication).
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