I am looking for the best colleges in Gujarat for Computer courses and many people suggested New LJ College for this. Best college, fresh environment, clean campus, affordable fees, and many more.
I choose computer applications for my interest. LJ College is best for technical courses. It is very good for technical courses. Staff and Professors are very kind and helpful to students.
There are many projects are offered under internships and lots of opportunities are generated by internship.
There are many job fairs held every year on campus and many national and international companies arrived for job placement. The job placement ratio is very good.
The fees for all courses are very affordable. Scholarship and other policies of the government are applied on a particular basis. After graduation, there is in campus job fairs by many companies all over India.
There are many festivals that are celebrated on the campus-like farewell party, Navratri, and many shows and competitions are announced. There are many book fairs held on campus and each department had a library. Many sports competitions are held regularly.
I have been pursuing BCA in this college and students become eligible for campus placements after they get a pass in all subjects and after they get prepared for placements. Around in 5th semester, all these preparations get starts. In this college, companies are coming like: 1) WELSPUN CORP LTD 2) AXIS BANK 3) HDFC Bank 4) Yamaha, 5) CARGOTEC etc. PACKAGES: Average Package = 3.5 lacs, Highest Package = 5.5 lacs, Total offers = 12, Companies Visiting = 15.
Last year students are eligible for placement. They are many companies that come on the campus. local companies of the state, Byjus, Wipro, TCS, Amazon, Datalog etc. The company highest package is 14 lakh. If you seat in placement so a minimum of 60% required.
Final year students are eligible for campus placements. In our IT field of Parul University, there're various companies visited every year like Infosys, Tata, Wipro and many more. The highest was around 1.5 LPA and the average is 80000 to 1 LPA. Almost 75% - 80% students got the placements. The students whose percentile is more than 8 is eligible.
This college have some good remark and also some bad remark but good remakr is very big to all-round we find some good and also bed remoak is fees this coallfe get more then rupish from others collegeae we cannot count thsi ponit then otherr is good
Advantages: without these new opportunities, many students would never have realized a college degree was still possible. The advantages include: 1. Reduced Cost The competitiveness for enrolling students in online courses (or to complete degree programs), literally from across the globe, has created a marketplace that enables students to enroll in almost any course provided by dozens of institutions. This competition has driven both the cost to the institution and the price for the student downward due to almost unlimited enrollments. 2. Accessibility Similarly, the online course environment and proliferation of such opportunities enables students to enroll in courses at multiple times during the calendar year and to complete the required work for each course on their own time, that is, around work, family and other personal obligations. Students are also able to complete courses at a single location, usually their own home, a library or some other designated space. The alleviation of time and space restrictions for learning is a tremendous enhancement to this degree completion opportunity. 3. Fulfillment of Dreams Perhaps the most significant of the results associated with these opportunities for many students is the realization they are able to earn a degree, which might have seemed unattainable until now. Many of the barriers to completion are removed from their paths and a college degree is suddenly within reach. Disadvantages: capitalizing on these opportunities may come with some risk. The consumer of any commodity must always acknowledge the “buyer beware” warning label, and this is unfortunately also true with higher education. Some disadvantages (warnings) include: 1. Inflated Expectations (especially for transfer) Sometimes students may become so enthralled with their new opportunities for courses they might make assumptions about how their newly-earned credits will apply to their previous degree program or transfer to the institutions they previously attended. Academic policies at a former institution might allow for limited courses taken at other institutions, have time limits on specific courses or have substantial changes in degree requirements. Clearly, students must confer with the institution from which they intend to earn a degree before enrolling in courses. 2. Coherence of the Degree Program When students take advantage of the multiple and varied opportunities for completing courses that enable them to advance their degree, they often succumb to the simple criterion of availability — if it meets a requirement, it’s okay. This principle might be true, but the relationships of the total curriculum could easily be lost in the disconnectedness of taking courses from many different sources. This is not to say students do not learn from each course, but that the integration of course content may not be obvious when left to the individual students to infer. 3. Vulnerability Unfortunately, there are course and degree “providers” engaged in this new opportunity that are not as ethical, or even legitimate, as most are. Misleading advertising can be very compelling to the eager and unsuspecting student, especially since there has been so much positive press about these expectations and opportunities. However, diploma mills do exist, and the student is responsible to verify a provider’s status. Also, some institutions may mask their lack of specific accreditation(s) in order to attract unsuspecting students. Such accreditations can be especially relevant in professional and licensure programs, and even in traditional liberal arts and science, business, health care and other areas.
A few negative effects are debt, partying, sexual assault, missing family and friends, and stress. Positive effects are he/she gets a degree, makes new friends, becomes more diverse, most likely gets a good job after graduating, and helps he/she to become more independant and grow as an individual.
XICA is a relatively new institution and is growing by leaps and bounds. Last year, it was ranked 9th in India's Top 10 BCA colleges, the only college in Gujarat to be in the list as well. The management is slick and is managed by a world-famous, world-re
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