I got in this college through sports quota. Gargi is like a second home to me till now. Everything is good about this college the teachers are helpful and polite. Studies are also good teachers always push you forward and have a great knowledge the only problem you’ll face would be the network issue in college else everything is good. The environment is good too with the ground and few lawns and a clean canteen, cafeteria for you to spend some good time with your friends. Overall the infrastructure of Gargi is Good and with good space. About admissions process that time in 2015 everything was done offline in college i.e documents verification, registration, fee submissions. But it was too hassle-free. The seniors were there to help you out with everything you need and suggest you about the college. The admission process was done in between 15-20 days that includes the cutoffs too. And yes you could see the cutoffs online. I preferred Gargi because of its good in both sports and studies.
I chose Arts because I wanted to play sports and it would be easy with a little less pressure on you from studies so one can cover both the areas perfectly. The classes are divided into different sections as your subjects and not to have a lot of students under only one teacher and so you can have a good teacher and student interactions. All the teachers are well qualified in their fields and will help you when you ask them. They will teach you in the easiest way you could understand and in both English and Hindi languages. The term exams were always on time once in nov-dec and the other part in April-May. The exams aren’t that hard to crack if you study properly the teachers will also help you provide the study materials and notes and mark the important topics too. So in all, you would have to study hard if you want good grades.
Students are available for apply for internships after clearing 1st year. There’re many technical, sports companies which provide internships one of them is decathlon fast&up and others. There are paid and unpaid both internships available. You've to clear the interview to get one and also the percentage matters. Every year almost 30-35% of students get placements. The job I was offered was based on the hours I work it was a part-time job and it paid me 15k per month, that’s good for a student. I’ve got my degree already and I would go for fields related to sports.
The cost isn’t too high for a DU college. And if you’re good in other skills and have good grades there are scholarship programs in college to help you through the course. There are some on the basis of your category, your marks, your family’s financial status, sports achievements and in any other curricular activities. But you’ve to be good in the particular fields to take advantages of a scholarship as there’s always too much competition. About internship and placements, there are placement cells in the college for the same you’ve to clear the interview first and then you can have a job. There are both paid and non paid jobs available. I did a job in the decathlon for a few months and that was pretty fun and inspiring. The only cons are you’ve to be pretty good in every aspect.
The annual fest is most likely to be held in February and the name is Reverie. The fest is big and amazing it continues for 3 days different college competitions and performances are held. It’s pretty fun and on the last day the student union always invite a good and famous singer for the night and it’s called a star night. The library area is pretty big with two available floors almost every book is available for your course and you can easily take them home to read with your library card. Classrooms have Air-conditioners, projectors, good benches and availability of labs for every course. There are also different societies available for you to participate in sports is really good they always secure a Position in university games and same goes for other societies like dancing, singing, street plays etc all are amazing. There are different groups you can find on Instagram for Gargi College’s societies and students social groups which are made by students themselves which help freshers.
The students of the final year are eligible for campus placements. There are a no. of companies that visited our college like Oracle, ICICI Bank, IDFC Bank, HDFC Bank, and many other companies. The highest package they offer is Rs.5 Lakhs. 95% of the students get placed under the campus placement. I am planning to complete my masters after my graduation.
Eligibility for the placements was made in accordance with the requirements by the company that was present. The average package was about 10 LPA and the highest package was 13 LPA CTC. The percentage of the eligible students getting placed was about 80%. Apart from commerce students, the majority of the students were interested in landing a government job.
The campus has a placement cell that is active the whole year, the students can have work experience from their first semester itself depending on their interest. The cell bonds with many companies with 1 lakh per annum. I will be going for public policy after graduation from the field of political science.
After 5th-semester students are eligible for campus placements. I don't have any idea about the company .but they visit every time and provide a good package to the students. The selection is the basis of there talent not by %
The Tuition Fees Is Very Cheap As Compared To Other University's. I Dont Have To Attend The College Everyday. I Can Work And Study At The Same Time As The Exams Only Happens Once A Year. I Opted This Course As Its Suitable For My Career.
The admission to the college is based on the marks secured by the qualifying examinations. The ones who are selected will also have a round of personal interviews and then the final list of students seeking admssion comes.
The placement and internship opportunities are quite limited as it's a central government college. There are still opportunities for students opting masters but not much options are available for bachelors degree.
The aspirants are required to fill up a common registration form for Delhi University Colleges. One can select as many course as they wish to. The registration fee varies for students from different categories. Once the board results are out, the university releases a common cut off list for different colleges, for different courses. The students have to then go to the college with which their cut off matches with all the required documents to secure their admission. Apart from merit based admissions, DU has a provision for students to apply via ECA (Extra Curriculum Activities). The process for the same is explained in detail on the official site.
We have an active placement cell in college, but I did not sit for placements so there isn’t much I can tell. There are placements and job opportunities but they are limited.
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