Ranked top in mechanical engineering and one of the top 5 colleges in India at the time. Could avail of the home-state quota at the time instead of opting for the other college for engineering that I got through state CET (BMSCE). Admission date was Jule 23rd and process was done within an hour and was called rank wise and asked to select the programs of choice in order. I got selected in chemical engineering branch but later was internally slid to mechanical during the further rounds of counselling. This college was the only that had a private beach and was reputed in the state considering I did most of my studies in Bangalore.
Mechanical engineering was ranked one of the highest in India in terms of course content, professor quality, funding and placement. Faculty: student ~ 1:10. Great quality professors. All professors have a PhD and were well-experienced in their fields. They motivated students to do projects under them and publish papers. Exams were timed well with quizzes (3), mid-sem-1, and an end sem exam. They were scored based on a percentile system (bell-curve) and graded on a 10 point scale. Most exams were easy to pass provided on payed attention in class.
You become eligible by the 7th semester. At least 40 companies came for placement as far as mechanical was concerned. 99% placement was the going rate at the time. The highest package was I guess USD 200k offered by Microsoft and Google.
Cost to study was very reasonable. My 4 years of study including mess and hostel cost me INR 320k. Scholarships are available for candidates from financially backward, SC/ST. Financial assistance in terms of interest-free loans is easy to procure via nationalised banks like SBI, Canara on campus.
Annual tech fest and cultural fests had students from colleges around India participate. They were times when one would spend sleepless nights to put up events- everything student-run- eliciting sponsorships to running the show to awarding the prizes. I was part of student SAE, IEEE, IE, Entrepreneurship cell among other clubs which were all interactive and had a great amount of knowledge gain associated. The library is HUGE. Has a vast collection of all books that you will need for your course. The digital library is an added benefit with access paid journals and software. Classrooms all have fitted projectors and required audio enhancers. The benches were quite comfortable (though they were really old, old is gold, I suppose!) 5. The college has a huge football ground with a sitting gallery, indoor badminton, TT, chess, carrom, a full-size swimming pool, basket ball courts and tennis courts.
Each room came with a cot, table, chair and cupboard with a lock to keep your things. Mess quality was great with good variety (for the south Indian palate). Easy and transparent registration and fee payment system is done online.
Almost 75 percent of students gets placed in placement .It has good results and good companies are invited and majority of students are placed . My plans after getting degree are various . I would try for government jobs, try attending open interviews , writing all official exams. I would love to startup my own business and would love to recruit people.
SVIT is one of the Prestigious Institutions for those who are willing to pursue Engineering. It has a well-built infrastructure and is great in academics. Professors provide us with good quality education and are very supportive. The library here provides us with a good source of information. Well-equipped lab facilities with interactive sessions.
Every year many companies visit to offer jobs to students. If you gave your 100% in college life and study what faculty recommend to build carrier you will surely get a job on the campus of campus also. Company like Accenture, Robert Bosch and other others companies takes interview to offer a job. Nearly 65% of students get placed on campus and 20-25% students off campus. The highest placed package is 20 lpa. Minimum package is 4-6 lpa is offered.
As per the college the placement for students eligible from 4 year that is 7 semesters onwards. As I am still 2 year and I don't have much experience Abt it. Many of students as got good placement and also very few offers the placement jobs, not everyone gets the job though placements.
Overall the college is good and disciplined. It should provide incentives for students who are publishing papers and winning awards. College doesn't provide funds even for the cultural or technical fests. Students have to get the sponsors for the same and pay any fees required for publishing a technical paper.
I got admitted to the college through Karnataka Common Entrance Test in the year 2016. The test was held a month after 12th board exams and the admission process started in July. After I secured a decent rank of 5313 in KCET, I got this college. The admission process was smooth. First I had to go to KEA office in Malleshwaram for document verification and later to college for the admission process. All documents were submitted to college at the time of admission and I received an acknowledgement for the same. And I was good to attend college from Aug 1st. I chose the Computer Science and Engineering stream after realising that the new era is going to be completely dependent on computers and this course will help me getting into a good company in Bangalore. Other than this there were seniors who told me about the lack of job situation for other branches of engineering. I chose this college because it was the best I could get given my rank and the branch I desired.
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