DG Vaishnav College provides a very good education in graduation level for each and every course for many decades and the college has a good infrastructure for Un-Aided shift and poor infrastructure for the aided shift. Laboratories are not up to the level for the aided shift. The environment & atmosphere around the campus is really nice with a lotus pond and lots of trees and plants. Also, lots of Transportation facilities are available for the locality (Arumbakkam) where the college is present. You can travel from any part of the city/out of the city via buses, trains, metro etc. The admissions will be based on both merit and recommendations from authorities, VIPs, staff members, workers, govt employees etc. It will be around the time of April, May, June months of every depends on the establishment of board results. If I talk about extracurricular activities like culturals, sports, expressing the student's talents, the college playing a vital role in it by giving many opportunities to prove them.
When I'm preparing for my board exam, I got so much fascinated by chemistry and I thought of making it as my career, so in the same way, I took B.Sc Chemistry degree at DG Vaishnav College, Coming to my college, the faculties teaching methods are not so innovative or interesting anyway but at the same time, they're not skipping anything like my school faculties they're doing their duty in a correct manner so that we people can prepare for our Semester examinations. The qualification of the faculties varies from PG to PhD Six months once semester exams will be conducted and the pattern of the exams be like 60 marks from semester exam and 40 from Internal tests, attendance, behaviour in class and generic skills.
The chances of getting placements after completing merely an undergraduate degree are generally less in India, So we can't expect 100% possibilities from any college unless you're scoring above 80% marks. The placement opportunities are not stable but it depends on the course that you're taking in DGVC. Many companies will be visiting the college at the time of End semesters of final year for placing the students. My plans will be doing PG abroad or in a Good University in India.
The cost of studying per annum will be around 7.5k for aided shift students and the semester exam fee will be around 1.6k and for unaided shift students, it will be around 45k and the sem fees= 3k like that. For aided shift students there'll be scholarships from govt based on the caste policies, income etc. By submitting your income certificate and community certificate you can collect your scholarships.
Some of the names of the cultural programmes happening every year in the campus are VFEST (Vaishnav Fest) (only for freshers), ARTISTICS (For all the year students), SANGAMAM (Grand cultural event of the college) and literary association functions, Rotaract club functions, consumer club functions, Competitions will be held. Also, respective departments will conduct their department culturals by calling another college of the same department (for eg. Chemistry dept students of other colleges). There is also the presence of consumer club, Rotaract club, Entrepreneurship clubs, NSS club, NCC club, sports clubs etc.
Last semester is the minimum eligibility for campus placements. For my department, Bharat biotechnology and zydus cadilla are the major companies. I guess 11 lacs are the highest annual package for the qualifiers. 10 percent or less got the placements. I will opt for MSc.
From 5th semester students become eligible for campus placements... I visited 5 companies and 5 offers made by them for me... The highest salary package is 22laksh per annum...every year 90% of students will get placed... I'll go to work after getting my degree because of my family situations.
Fine amounts are great in the college. Fine will be imposed on the mistakes which are compulsory and should be paid. Like if one failed to renew or return the books he will be imposed fine Regarding hostel also. the hostel facilities should be improved
Admission to the Masters program is on the basis of merit list, prepared on the basis of the academic performance of the students in the graduation. Annual intake for the masters program is 36, which means there is a stiff competition for these seats.
The course structure is very vast and covered a wide area of topics and their in-depth analysis by the experienced faculty. It helped me create a very solid base for my future research program. I am very helpful to the college for the quality of education shared with us.
I like this college but it's an brahmin college but it's ok but not have an non veg foods in canteens and have a good atmosphere and surroundings and have lot of trees have an good maintenance and much more
Our college is top in the state and in the national level nirf our college in fifth position.and naac aaa given college .all are positive remarks .no negative remarks about my college .the well known college of excellence
My college is 80% good and the 20%bad other my review
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