To be true this is destiny which take me here. But now being part of IHE is a great feeling. The thing I like about IHE is the teachers & of course my friends. College campus isn't that attractive. My only reason for being the part of IHE is low score in boards.
The course curriculum is quite good. It wasn't that hectic. You have plenty number of theory class as well as practical classes for the same topics. So if you are regular you will not going to face any problem. The faculty here is very supportive just like school one. Exception are always there but some are really very nice like Dr. Renu Gulati, Megha Garg, Dr. Ritu
There is a placement cell in the college name EMINENCE. They are well active. Time to time they will provide internship offers. Also we have have a internship fair in our college. And if I have to talk about job then for a good job you have to first do msc then have many good opportunities like a dietician in a reputed hospital, policy maker for human development, Ngo head, interior designer, fashion designer, research scientist etc.
Campus life is good. But can be best if our college has some additional facilities. College host many fest, cultural as well as departmental fest. Some of them are really very interesting. College Cultural fest is Feria.
Campus infrastructure really need to be changed. It is not good at all. There is no auditorium in the college. Also you will going to face network issues at every corner of college. WiFi isn't that good but still you can survive near GCR. For sports there is basement area. There is a good library I can say.
I am a day scholar so I don't know about hostel facility but you can easily get a Phone near to the college. Most of my college friends live in those pg's. They are quite good and affordable. You can have both single as well as sharing rooms.
The placement of the college is very good from the 2nd semester you become eligible for campus placement. There are 20-30 companies who visited for the interview and the lowest package is 5-6 lakhs and the maximum package is 25-30 lakhs. There are 80% of the students got their placement in their college time and earn many more from that. I want to go for civil services after my graduation.
3rd-year students are eligible for placements. The highest package of 2020 was of Mc Kinsey with 8lpa and average package of SGTB Khalsa 3 to 4 LPA. The students are mostly places from commerce courses as the big fours come for them. The percentage of students getting placed is 60% and I feel, I might opt for a job after a degree which is suitable as everything is work from home for now.
3rd-year students are eligible for placement. Companies like EY, Deloitte visited get many students from the college. Many of the students get placement from the college except those who wish to further studies. I opt for a master from DU after graduation.
The placement cell of the college conducts Internship Fair every year in the month of February which provides internships to all year students and campus placement for the last semester of the students with respect to their courses. Difference companies visit every year and provide different offers like KPMG came a previous year and if we talk about the highest and average package it depends on the company. If we talk about the ratio of students getting placements then it is 8-10% because they don't get good offers.
Final year students get placement. Before that, you can do internships. Companies like EY, Xceedence, etc. Come to college for placement. Near about 70% of students get placement every year. The highest package goes near around 22 lakh. And the average package is near about 2.5 lakh. Doing the job in EY.
Students become eligible for placement after the 4th semester from here on they can apply for placements in companies. Many companies come to the College for campus placement such as EY, KPMG, TCS, Genpact, McKinsey and they make a very good amount of offers for students. D.E. Shaw came into college and made an offer of 17.5 lacs p.a and the median salary would be around 4.5 lacs p.a. The percentage of students getting places is low due to a high number of students and less of companies. I plan to get placed in a company first and gain knowledge and experience which can help me in future.
After 4.5 years if your MBBS course you have to take a learning experience with your elder doctors or your representation. You have many options to do jobs if you want to continue your studies for MD/MS so you can opt for gov MBBS doctor in your own colleges otherwise you can also keep continuing you doctorate experience from the same college that they provided. Almost 90% to 100% of students were selected in the same college or in another top hospital in India.
Only govt technical university having MSc in biotech in Delhi as Delhi university currently has no MSc biotech course and in JNU where it is available, there are very less seats with large competition as it is a central university. And the same case is with Jamia Milia Islamia, Delhi.
placements are also good for btech students. but for masters students scenerio is different. not all companies come for masters only few big as they have to pay more whereas they can get graduate students for less amount. but for MSc students placements are more tricky. but as we are 1st batch cant say lot about that for now.
The confirmation technique to get seats in Bachelor of Pharmacy is exceptionally simple. The application system depends on merit list. The legitimacy list is set up based on the scholastic greatness of the understudies in the last assessment that they have given. In 10+2 I got 70% of imprints in subjects like material science, science and Biology which are extremely fundamental in drug store course so I got affirmations without any problem.
In our bunch, all understudies from our branch were put with a decent compensation package.The most reduced pay bundle offered is 9-11 LPA, and the most significant compensation bundle offered is 20-28 LPA. Understudies need to view themselves for temporary jobs during the course.
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