My decison of choosing Ahmedabad institute of technology was primarily based on the following factors: Based on the merit list prepared by State; Proximity to home; Affiliated to GTU; Old enough institute; Chose computer engineering since, I had a flair for it.
There is only one industrial visit thorougout 4 years of course which is not much of use. All the faculties are primarily from Gujarat and some are even from the same college. These faculties are decent.
There is a dedicated Placement Cell. Companies that visited during the placement season of 2016-2017 are Just Dial, Etech, Ensight, Coca-Cola, Eclinical works, Ethos, epitome, IMS, Capita world, Delf, etc
There are technical and cultural festivals. Also, there is a sports event that takes place between these festivals. The college also celebrates Navratri/Garba. They are not very big or on a large scale.
Infrastructure is not much to applaud for. Library size is just enough. At the time of exams, there is a shortage of book copies. Laboratories, especially Computer labs are well equipped. Only the computer labs have access to wifi. Not all of the institute campus is wifi enabled.
IIM Ahmedabad holds a record of 100% placement over the years. The placement cell organized the final placement process and invites reputed companies who offer excellent jobs with attractive salary packages to the placement drive. The highest salary package offered in the placement drive at IIM Ahmedabad is INR 55.8 LPA and the average salary package offered is INR 26.1 LPA. Some of the top recruiters are Accenture, HSBC, Microsoft, Pepsico, RBS, ITC Ltd, JP Morgan, TATA, Hindustan Unilever Limited, Amazon, Nestle and Citi Bank.
After 7th semester the students are able to eligible for campus placement 10-15 MNCs visited our college
parul university is one of the most famous and reputeted university in all over India, it is most famous for its placements and career opportunities it provides to the students and at the same time you get the chance to share your culture and college life with the foreign students accross the globe who come here to seek degrees.
there are many students who got placements in Google IBM Facebook eta and every year almost 75% students gets placements according to there performance in college and in front of companies there is even enterpreneur developement cell which help you in generating enterprenureal skills and funding them.
There are total 40 seats in Mtech program in Cyber Security. I have got admission in this program through my gate score and rank. The interested candidates willing to seek admission can apply through Gate/GPAT or PGCET score fulfilling the minimum eligibility criteria of passing BTECH/BE with minimum 50% aggregate for general category students.
Placement and job opportunities are vary good in the campus .We get the paid or unpaid internship opportunities for internships in various fields like engineering, management , security forces , etc . Almost 70-80% students get placed every year from my program and there are various other courses in which placements are upto 90-100%.
Negative: When I was the student, it has very small building and limited resources, no college bus for students to get proper transportation and no proper play ground. Positive: New campus with huge building and play ground in the campus. Fully functional laboratories with adequate and professionally qualified staff.
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