It's an amazing place to be for overall development. You're your own master and responsible for all your choices. The profeesors motivate you, and your peers push you to be the best you can be.
Course curriculum here is extremely good, it's detailed and everything is taught in depth. The labs are meant to go hand in hand with your theory classes. Each semester has two major exams, your mid sems and your end semester exams. Grading is done relative to the performance of all the students.
The Placement structure of BITS in general is quite good, it's centralised for all the three indian campuses. We have some major companies like microsoft who come to hire students from our college. Students are also provided with internships at the end of their second year, and in their fourth year.
We have three major fests-Waves which is the cultural fest, Quark which is the technical gest and Spree which is the sports fest. All the three fests are extremely well known and looked forward to by everyone. Besides this the various departments keep something or the other happening in campus.
Our fee structure is quite expensive, each semester fee comes up close to 2 lakhs (excluding your hostel and mess fees), I don't the facility they provide matches up to the fee we pay. At least not in BITS Goa. There are very few scholarship schemes too.
I didn't opt for any loan or scholarship. However, the college provides scholarship to the top three performers in the batch and also has merit cum need scholarships.
My batch has 1100 students and close to a 100 girls only. The gender ratio has always been an issue. BITS has some amazing reasources for people into extracurricular activities and they even encourage their students to take part in this. The football field is one of the best in the state.
Yes, I have. In your first year it's a twin sharing room but from your second year onwards everyone gets their personal room. The hostels are quite good and maintained well. The hostel fees amount to 40000 per sem.
The senior students and the alumni network are extremely warm and helpful. They're always there for their juniors in any way wanted, and make sure that no one feels left out or has to face any hardship alone in college.
You need to give BITSAT to apply any one of their four institutions. Once the bitsat cutoffs are out, you can decide your preference order. There's also a minimum of 75% criteria for your boards. Once you've filled in your preference order, they'll keep updating you on which institution and course you can currently get. Finally you need to go there and fulfill the admission procedures.
I think the faculty honestly depends on which course you're talking about. Every department has some amazing profeesors who've had a lot of experience in their field, they're main goal is to inspire you and motivate you to further deepen your knowledge on the course.
Despite pandemic Placements have been phenomenal mostly people have got 10+ and some may have 8-9 as well. But placecomm has done an amazing job. 200+ are already placed and the remaining 25-30 will get placed in the next 2-3 months. The highest package is 17 LPA
Good placement opportunities. Average is close to 11 lakhs Highest goes up to 25 lakhs Placements are provided for both summer internship as well as final placement. Placement training is also given. About 99 percent of students get placed.
Most companies come to interview the final year or the 6-semester students but other 2nd year Students or the 3-4th semester can go and take part in the interviews. Mostly banks and hotels visit the college such as Taj, Radisson, and banks such as Yes Bank, Axis Bank come for interviews
From the 2nd semester onwards, students are eligible for internship placements with a handsome stipend and PPO opportunities. And final placements start from 5th term and the median salary is 11.8 LPA. Companies like JPMC, Citibank, E&Y, Texas Instruments, Reliance Industries provide good salaries and PPOs.
New college, no existing information. I chose this because i saw the scope of growth. It had an affiliation with IIT Bombay, which was very good. The admission process was the standard JoSAA process, whch is for admiassion to IITs. the admissionis on the basis of JEE Advanced and the process spans over two months, starting in June.
JEE advanced score was the admission criteria. I took coaching for two years for preparing for the same. It was a two stage exam consisting of Maths, Physics and Chemistry Questions, mostly multiple choice questions.
Famous for MBA in marketing One of the best college in South India Average Package is around 11.5 lpa If you want to make your career in Marketing and enjoy exposure of MBA life - Join Goa Institute of Management
Yes GD- a written test on a recent topic(Effect f Demonetisation) - Interview conducted by 3 panels(mostly asking about my work experience, Six sigma, marketing knowledge) Self preparation was done for all the process
Because of Journalism, Don Bosco and St. Xavier's were the only college with such a course and as I couldn't get into Xavier's, Don Bosco was my only choice although it did not turn out to be such a great one since the course changed to mass communication from mass media and journalism.
Overall ok but I do wish we could get more experienced professors and a more involved principal.
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