One of the best institutes in India. Multiple opportunities for fields to choose from. Choices of electives from all the branches including humanities, biology, and economics.Single occupancy hostels with a decent mess. Goa itself is amazing. All sports facilities are there and the greenery of the goa is a plus.
I chose this field as the field is linked with electrical, electronic communication, and computer science. The faculties are pretty knowledgeable and helpful. Professors do give a hard time while evaluating and don't award grades easily. The boy to girl ratio here is about 10:1.
The college has a practice school station system which is ps 1 which happens at the end of the second year and ps 2 which happens in a semester of the fourth year in which the students have the choice to choose the semester of ps. All the students participate in ps and stations are alloted based on their cgs.
Placements are decent and the placement unit is quite hard work. Almost all the students end up with opportunities one or the other. The stats of the placements are not publically available but nonetheless, they are decent.
The fee is quite high and pretty much unaffordable to many people but there are some scholarships awarded on the merit and merit cum need basis which reduces the tution fees by a good margin. The fee hike is about 8-9% a year which adds up to quite much
Campus Life is quite awesome as the college is situated in Goa which is a party hub of India. The campus is very beautiful with greenery all over. We have a fully equipped sport and activities center with a fully equipped gymnasium, badminton court, squash court and pretty much every sport one wants to continue or start.
Hostels are quite lovely although there is no air-conditioning but the weather in Goa pretty much covers it. There is single occupancy for each student except the first years who stay in newly built double occupancy hostels. Mess food is decent and other food options are also available.
From semester 6 the students become eligible for placements. Minimum 60% (average of preceding semesters) is needed for placements. The percentage of students getting place varies every year. My plan is to get a good-paying job and also to do MTech degree. I'm in third year currently, will be going to final year in August/September once this COVID situation gets litter better. The placements have not yet started because the college has not yet reopened.
BITS has many positive points: No reservation , purely merit based admissions Freedom - 0% attendance policy Flexible curriculum-(Inter-disciplinary courses) Great Infrastructure (Well equipped labs and air-conditioned class rooms and lecture halls) Qualified Faculty Exposure to extra-curricular activites Negative points: The ever increasing Fee
The college management rules and regulation are found to strict when comes to maintaining attendance and taking leaves without any reason.However,they help us in our academic progress for our career.The alumni network played a major role for getting the right the right direction to pursue your dreams.
Got admission based on higher secondary Examination Score. I opted computer engineering since it was my passion. So I explored colleges which provide greater opportunity of learning in the field of computer. SRIEIT came up and when i enquired with my friends go good reviews. So I took this college.
The course curriculum here are updated frequently by the Academic Team. Also they provide opportunity of practical learning which provided me a platform to do mini-projects. The curriculum is in par with the industry. Industry guest lecture as part of the curriculum also provides a industry perspective to our learning.
My uncle approach me to do this course and I really got interested in engineering no looking for realises.
Interviewed many got selected in well reputed industry working on stipend .
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