Not yet. no bad remarks i haven't heard from anyone.
Course is directly based on Mumbai University. It follows the pattern of mumbai university and examination of first year and forth year(last year) comes in mumbai univerisity checking. And second year and third comes under college checking.This was about exam and course structure.Yes it is relevant to an extent and now some syllabus are being changed by university for better prospect and making it more fair and being updated according to the requirements of the students.
Placement is getting better and better year by year as a first year student i can say some of the students have marked their name in big companies from our college. One of the student of our college got job in Goggle Uk for more than 1 Cr. So it was a good achievement. And by the time of 3-5 years placement will be on peak as % of companies placing students from our college is getting better.
Regarding fest and celebration our college is busy. not quite much but yes like annual days, navratri, dance and singing are common but technical events like blind coding, hacking, programming competition and many more. I am pretty much active student so i know about events as i have almost participated in almost every events specially sports. Indoor and outdoor university level competition. and also quiz competition. i was also involved in all india hackaton. had an amazing experience in art festival too.
Fee structure compared to other colleges in mumbai is little high. But i guess private colleges have almost similar fees.So i can say almost same as other private college in mumbai.The thing is they already fixed the fees no matter which branch you choose because first is same in all branches and then in second year you can change
No i haven't opted for any education loan.but few of my friends opted for it.so i don't know much about it.
Campus life is quite good actually fun also.as most of the teachers are friendly also so it feels good to interact with them.Gender ratio is an important point i want to say its more or less similar in all colleges. depending on streams gender ratio you can guess. like for example in mechanical my branch only 4 females are there and in. IT and CS department more females are there. whereas in Civil department no females are there so depending on streams everyone chooses.Extracurricular activities like debates are held but to an extent not much but robotics competition are held regularly. on a national level. students and faculties from IIT bombay and other NIT students participate together with us. It is very much useful for everyone as it helps to learn new things from everyone.
No i haven't opted for hostel.because i am used to travel by public transport like train, bus and rickshaw. even though it is little time consuming. And our college don't provide hostel facility also.
Yes, most of them give their views regarding placement. few of them will tell you about faculties and rest regarding learning. Quite positive review but our college is young as compared to other colleges so we can understand it will take time from every prospects. Their reviews are helpful regarding exams.
I got admission in college through entrance exam Jee mains score and on the basis of MHT cet score combined.There were various streams options like computer science, information technology, electronics, electronics and communication and civil. But I opt for Mechanical engineering since i have a lot of interest in machines and engines.
The faculties in my college are pretty much decent. they don't seem to be tired while teaching some of them deserves more appreciation for giving extra time to students for better results. Well some are lazy too but i hope nothing in this world can't be perfect.
SIES College, Nerul has a brand name and is very well known for its Commerce courses, although the Science courses are almost at par with the Commerce ones. Ideally, the admission process is - first, you need the form for applying for a course, which is Rs. 100 per form/course. You can opt for multiple courses at the time of registration. At a given date, you must submit that form along with the other required documents, such as self-attested Aadhar, Class 12 results, and so on. After 3-4 days, the college brings out its first list. If your name is on the list, you will need to submit a demand draft of the fees for the Sem-1 of the course you will choose to opt for along with the original certificates (which will be given back to you once you graduate). The second list and the third list are published with a gap of one week. I preferred SIES Nerul because I had heard of it through word of mouth, I knew some of their alumni who have amazing careers now, and lastly, their fests are #1 in town. There is no entry fee for concerts, unlike other colleges. I have seen well-known celebrity artists perform at Siesons, like Sanam, Farhan Akhtar, Jonita Gandhi, Ankit Tiwari, Salim-Suleiman, and the Local Train to name a few.
No test or interview was held for admission into a course. The admission process was done entirely on the percentage of the students after giving their 12th Board Exams. There is no bar of students who are coming from State Boards or CBSE.
The placements of the college are very good as the ROI is a concern. The average package provided for the students is 7 LPA. The average stipend provided is 15k. The college is well known for its flagship program of Marketing & Finance.
there are no campus placements for architecture students in the campus, however, the mandatory one year internship really opens up many opportunities to discover new firms and make contacts. the companies mostly require experienced people as there are no campus placements so the better option after bachelors is to opt for masters. however, placements are provided for engineers and technical courses.
this college is a professional place for the learning process of medical skills and and other theory concepts that are really important for every MBBS student. the infrastructure is quite impressive and the knowledge we are getting here is very detailed and of good quality.
I am interested in agriculture it has lots of importance and scope. There are many interesting subject in this field like Agronomy , extension, entomology, pathology, botany, soil science, engineering, statistics, animal and dairy science , horticulture and many more. And it is one and only government college of Agriculture in Nagpur. That's way I took admission in COA
Fertilizer companies visit our college. They take a entrance test and the qualified students are called for interview. Most of the students prepare for JRF ICAR for Msc, AFO (agri field officer) ,NABARD , MPSC like compitetive exams.
Positive in every sense except for somewhere, somewhat in few things. Partiality.The students in whose stream the main decision making faculty teaches are in favorites list and others are neglected either due to their lack of interest in any activity, classes or partialty.
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