Firstly I choose this college because of the big name of Mukesh Ambani because the college is owned by Mukesh Ambani. Currently, I am in my 3rd year in Chemical Engineering and my department is pretty good. PDPU provides a lot of opportunities for research, co-curricular, and cultural activities. For admission you we have 3 quota i.e., for general (35 percent seats), for Gujaratis (50 percent seats), and 15 percent for NRIs. For general you need to clear JEE and For Gujrati you need to clear ACPC and then you have to apply for it and you will be selected on the basis of merit list and by counseling. The only backdrop of PDPU is their fee because their fee is too high for an undergraduate course.
In the Chemical department, we have nice labs which play the most important factor in your placement because all practical knowledge can be gained by labs only. Apart from that, they will provide contact with faculties and if you have any doubt then you can reach them. Faculties are also good if students are dedicated then they will definitely help you as best as they can. We got our schedule for a whole year in the starting thus all the exams and events follow this timeline very strictly. It is not that hard in getting passed in exams we just have to start to buckle up things 2 or 3 weeks before the exam.
Students can seat for the placement from 7th-semester onwards. Everyone has thier different requirements in placement so we cannot comment on the eligibility of students. In Chemical before covid, we have a placement percentage of around 80 percent with an average of 6 l.p.a. and the highest placed student hot 18 lpa in 2019.
The fee is too high in PDPU. I am from the general category and nonresident of Gujrat and I pay almost 4 lakh rs per year for my both living and academics. We can also get a scholarship but for that, you need to be in the top 6 students of a class in which everyone can apply and the other one is the MYSY scholarship by gov. of Gujrat for Gujaratis.
The co-curricular stuff of PDPU is awesome we have a campus area of 100 acres with a playground for every sport volleyball, basketball, football, cricket, kho kho, kabaddi, Badminton, and much more. We have completely air-conditioned classrooms with projectors in them. We have 4 major fests with a footfall of thousands in numbers and alot more small events organized by student clubs. As a personal experience it feels like every 2 or 3 days there is something that is going on in the college. We also have general, medical and stationery stores on the campus.
The hostel is super clean plus we have a lan connection in every room for internet. Hostels are also too costly here. All the rooms are air-conditioned and you have to pay an electricity bill which not included in the hostel fee. In mess, we get 4 meals in a day breakfast, lunch, tea, dinner. The food is kind of decent.
Students become eligible only in the 4th year for campus placement. Accenture, TCS, Wipro, HCL, Infosys, Mitsubishi, LG, Haier, Byjus, TCL, Samsung, HBSC bank, etc. And many startups also visit the college. Highest around 12.3 lakhs for software developer and median around 3.75 lakhs for the system engineer, testing engineer, software developer, web developer, app developer, customer support services, etc. Around 85-90% of students who applied for placement gets placed in 2020.
There are regular placement In college and companies daily visit the college I search for a good engineer. Companies like tata, jio, Infosys, IBI, etc visit the college. 80 to 70 percent of students get placed
Awesome placement, even the BSc, BBA graduates have offered 10 lakhs package and an average of 5-6 lakhs in Adani ports, L&T, dedicated freight corridor, metro corporation etc, no BTech placements yet as we are the first batch, Internship each year from college in railways.
Well we are the first batch of BTech so not quite aware of BTech placements but the students here are more employable than any other student of other colleges, placement are for sure if you are a good performer with internship each every year, well I have different plans for UPSC.
After 7th semester the students are able to eligible for campus placement 10-15 MNCs visited our college
The professor in college are good than other colleges. The infrastructure is best. There is good scope after passing out from this college. Only one drawback is there that it is far and more traveling on highway is required.
Placements are good. I have not yet faced placement so can't say more about it. but as I know the placements are good.
I think that one can never find one bad remark about my college. Beacuse, there are sufficient technologies in campus and excellent education to students.
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