My university, JNU is so far the best college I've ever heard of. Apart from the critics about being an anti-national University.
The course curriculum is set very wisely. Since my course is a dual degree program, the syllabus for masters is also covered together. The exams are conducted in lecture halls, with good seating arrangements. Since IITD is just in the opposite, placement cells won't have difficulty finding us.
Since, school of engineering is new in JNU, and there's only 2 batches, no placement has occurred yet. However, seminars are conducted where officials from MNCs come and explain the future processes with students.
JNU celebrates all types of festivals. Like hostel nights conducted for different hostels at different dates. Christmas to holi, diwali, ganesh chaturthi etc. Numerous people join and participate in anything the organizers do. It's fun to watch every festival being celebrated.
Fee Structure is transparent and is available in the website. Though fees of our engineering department is quite higher than other departments, it is quite feasible. Hostel fees are higher than other departments, while mess fees remains the same which is to be paid every month.
No, for engineering students, no scholarship is being provided by the college. However, other departments' students are provided with some.
Campus Life is very good in JNU. With no curfew timings for library, hostels, one can explore and have fun with the nature with plenty of trees and different animals too. For the whole University, gender ratio is almost equal. However in my batch, boy to girl ratio is 30:1. Ragging is strictly prohibited and I can proudly say that JNU is one of the best place and safest place in delhi. Different workshops are also conducted frequently, some free and some paid. Different departments have labs to test , experiment and learn.
Yes, we have a total of 18 hostels all named on rivers. We pay the hostel fees twice a year. We have 1sharing, 2sharing, 3sharing and 4sharing rooms. There are dormitories as well in some hostels where quite a large no. Of students stay together.
The seniors are quite helpful but not always. Since my seniors were the first batch, they had noone to guide them. The alumni's can be helpful but I never interacted with one.
Through JEE mains after plus 2. Further, counselling is held where you have an option to select different colleges. When you have only JNU in mind, list it at the top. JNU is a university with a lot of extra curricular activities. I'm not really focused on engineering, so I want to explore more.
The faculties are top class. They are either from IITs or studied from other countries. They share every knowledge possible, and are always available for the students. Some of them teach in another colleges too. They manage their time to do a great job.
I chose B.com.(Hons.) because I am pursuing Chartered Accountancy as well and subjects are somewhat similar in this course. Talking about the faculty and staff of the college, I can assure you that JDMC has a great team of a teacher who is highly qualified, teachers are friendly and are good advisors as well. For every subject, there are at least 3-4 teachers. Internals are held quite often along with assignments.
Placements are moderate. Mostly CSE and IT students get placed. Placements are comparatively low in ECE and EEE. Companies do come but most of them offer a low package like 3.6 LPA. Some do offer a high package like 20 LPA and more. But the average package is low.
Students become eligible for campus placement in the third year. We have few recruiters like the bro Deloitte, planes park, I Tech E-commerce, yonity requirement, etc. The eligibility for sitting in campus placement is aggregate 50% marks and no back in any paper .the companies mostly go for students who have above 70% marks. And has taken part in different activities like sports, society or being a Council member. so that they know that apart from studies you are also involved in other activities. After my degree, I want to pursue an MBA or MS in finance most probably I will be preparing for a foreign university for that I need to give my GMAT and score an average of 600 marks.
From the early 3rd year, companies start coming to college with attractive salaries and other facilities. At my time a lot of companies came specially for sales and customer executive posts some of the major companies were Byju's UrbanClap, Yes Bank and Jaro Education. The highest package was around 4 lakh per annum and the average was around 2 lakh per annum I have also got placement at that time in UrbanClap with having 3.5 lakh per annum salary. But I dropped my job due to Covid pandemic.
After completing our degree from SOL there is not an opportunity given by the college's all the students are going personally for and giving an interview for the jobs that because this these types of colleges are not giving classes on regular basis.
The infrastructure of our college is good in addition to a good environment. People over there are friendly, and I love to share thoughts with them. Classrooms are huge and well-ventilated. For sports, there is an open field to play any game like football, cricket, volleyball, etc.
Placements in the college are very nice. All big companies like LIC, ICICI, Axis and BlackRock come here for placements. The average package offered is about 7 lacs per annum. All the bright and deserving students get placed in these companies according to their capabilities.
As to opt other courses side by side. Help us to learn many courses of our choice and is helpful for resume. In additional to this, professional courses like CA, CMA, CS, CPA, LLB, can be opted. It also gives very efficient services which are not time consuming and effective. And the fees for appearance is low so anybody can appear.
Many company visited our campus and gave a surity of campus placement on the high performance of the candidates.
This was convinient for me.as I can work along while studying in the open learning program, I can earn as well as study. And delhi university is a very reputed and respected University thats why I chose to do this
Placement opportunities depends on indivisual. In sol you have to go for off campus placement and this is why there is no support by the University but the teachers will guide you
I have to join my family business and I also want to have degree so this was the best option and course for me through which I am able to manage both, The thing i like about this college that I'm able to het each and every information on my phone and I don't miss any important thing regarding my studies, they also provide classes for SOL students so that if they have any doubt they can get it clear
Many companies have visited till now I have not been into such interviews or programs but hope so that programs must be great and hope for good job right now I'm in second year so can't tell about it
The application forms are available on the college website. I filled out the application forma and appeared in NEET exam. The college prepares the merit list based on which students are required to attend the offline couseling.
The college provides the rotatory internship after the completion of the course with almost negligible stipend but the experience that we get from visiting the hospital is unbeatable. We get regular postings in the hospital from the third year onwards.
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