Overall, Jain University is a nice college but the feedback system is of no use there, they just take the feedback but dont consider it at all.
Jain University has many internal and out sourced exams which really grooms a student to have industry-specific knowledge. Internals are conducted in every 2 months of semester and in between that college keep giving us opportunities to showcase our talent in coding, web designing, code-wars, hackathon, etc.
The placement team of Jain College(Jayanagar) consists a team of 30 professionals for placement of students. I'm a 5th semester student so I can't tell about the exact placement detail but the avegrage CTC according to Jain University is 6 lakhs per annum and 30 lakhs is the top salary they have recorded. The top IT and Industrial companies do visit our college for placement programs like Apple, KPMG, Infosys, Oracle, Microsoft, etc.
1- Anveshna :- This fest is basically for the freshers of the college in which only freshers can participate. Almost every first year student participates in this fest as it has so many diffrent games and rounds. 2- Pulse :- One of the biggest event in Jain University. It is an inter college fest where participants of different colleges participates for many competitions. Celebrity judges are also called in this event. 3- Sparsh :- This fest is for the social welfare in which each class participates and best among them gets rewarded for their creative ideas of causing welfare to the society. 4. Sankalpa. 5. Sparsh - social service .
Each student have to pay the fees in 2 installments each year. For BCA(MACT) the fees is 1, 47, 000 INR. They almost accept all the forms of payment including credit/debit cards, bank transfer, google pay. Each student have to pay 1500 INR for the admission form to secure their seat. No, there is no such transparency in the fee-breakdown.
Yes, college do offer scholarship for the students who have more than 85%+ or 8. 5 SGPA. Personally I got less than that so I was not eligible for the scholarship.
Gender ratio is 5:4 which has 5 for male and 4 for female students as I have seen in my particular class. There is a indoor court for cricket practice and a basketball court which is also converted as a badminton, table-tennis, karate, judo court as I already told the college campus is just a building which has a floor for all those activities.
Grateful of the samashti, scaps, hindi parishad, sports forum and contests like personality hunt really helps to interact with seniors which is very helpful for over-all personality development and interaction between seniors and juniors as well.
Admissions happen at the time of March-June. I saw the list of best colleges in Bangalore and Jain University was the 2nd top University for BCA course which formed a good image in my mind about the college. Though the admission process starts with an online form which takes 1500 INR fees and then student have to give an entrance exam which is JET, if the student passes in that exam then a personal interview happens at the same day then the rest of fee submission takes place which is 1, 47, 000 INR for BCA (MACT specialisation) course.
In BCA (MACT), we have 6 subjects every semester where we get individual teacher for every particular subject. To be honest, Jain College has some highly qualified teachers but not all. As per hierarchy, we have HOD's for every subject and then the teachers following them. We also have contact numbers of class representatives through which we can contact to teachers.
Positive remark is teachers are friendly. And negative remark it is not so strict. Students get distracted with other stuffs other than academics. But when you concentrate on teachers teaching and find a good friends circle you can succeed. This college is very good for middle class people due to low fee cost.
The best budget college and the best institution to earn knowledge in Banglore is M.S.Ramaiah Institutions.
I opted this college in Bangalore because I was hoping that a college in a Bangalore would be really good for a course like BCA, as Bangalore is a IT hub. The college had a nice campus. I was very immature while choosing this college as I did no research about the crowd that this college admits or the area in which it is. Even the syllabus is very much outdated and it won't do you any good in the future.
Good college to learn latest industry important skills and get good placements. You will get a chance to learn from your fellow friends too because everyone is good at something.
The only remark I would like to give is the college is out of the city (2 km) and there is a traffic police station on the way. So you have to be careful with a vehicle on the road so that you don't end up paying a huge amount of fine to the officer.
No negative remarks about my cllge and there is one main positive remark of my cllge i.e., IT WORKS MAINLY FOR THE BENEFIT OF IT'S STUDENTS AND TO BRIGHTEN THE FUTURE OF IT'S STUDENTS... Thank you! For providing me with this great opportunity to Review My College...
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