One of the best B School in the town that provides lots of learning.
Yes it is very relevant to pursue course from this college as it provides the chance to undergo degree for the dual specialisation an I am having it in finance and marketing so great opportunity to explore various field as well as to get insight through the internship and live project.
Our college provides 100% placement to all its students since I had done my internship with one of the broking firm of Mumbai which provided me very good experience related to the topic that overall change in investment pattern post covid-19.
There are various events celebrated in a college suggest sports event, srijan, debate, speech, allocations, presentations, colloquium, group discussion activities, interview activities, live projects, internships, various factory tour, outdoor activities, guest faculty lectures etc.
The fees structure is quite feasible because in such a fee structure they provide 100% placement to their students as well as a great amount of learnings throughout this course not just this but they also provide them learning through waste live projects with people are kept under the malls to go through the marketing strategies and to learn various things from their internships.
No the college does not offer any scholarship opportunity to its student since it doesn't offer so I don't know any criteria or procedure to apply for the same.
The gender ratio is almost equal and the extra curricular activities as well as the facilities of lab, sport, competition, debates, extempore, speech, presentations etc are very good apart from this they have various events such as parties, workshops, culture, societies, student diversity, tolerance with the regards to the gender, ethnicity, race, religion or orientation, politics, economic, status acceptor as a part of their extra curricular activities.
Yes I had opted for PG and this is one of the best way to live outside because you can be comfortable with your stuff as well as you can have the freedom of giving justice to both your time as well as your work as it provides you a full-time food and living facilities.
Yes they're helpful as we get to know various things that are going outside in the corporate environment and how to deal with those situations.
CAT, CMAT, group discussion, interview are the procedure of getting into the college and I got to know about this college from Google as I was much towards getting admission in one of the college of Ahmedabad so this is one of the best colleges as it gives 100% placement.
There are around 20 lectures in our college with an average age of 40 - 45 having PhD as their qualification and the expert is held by them in providing the clarity about the subject to all the students is excellent and all of them hold great amount of experience and certifications as their past performance.
From the 5th semester onwards the students become eligible for the campus placements. There are different National and international companies which recruit their employees from the college some of the companies are Tata Google ll jio Airtel. the percentage of students getting placement depends from year to year only academic of the student.
For Jobs and placement, the college has a dedicated placement cell. they improving our soft skills and conducting the mock interview and group discussion to exploring more our self. although overall placement is not good at all we need to put our 100% then only we can get something better.
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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