This college was passed on to me like a heritage. My father and my cousins are alumni of St. Xavier's and just looking at where they are right now was the biggest reason behind me opting for this college.
The faculty to student ratio is 1:55. I chose biotechnology because I am really interested in the field of oncology, Nanotechnology and medical biotechnology. The teachers over here are very well qualified and most of them have qualified NET. The exams occurred often and the difficulty level was moderate.
There are various companies which come to our college for placements like ICICI, Wipro, Infosys, Google etc. The average package is quite low which is the reason why students usually don't opt for campus placement. I am going to persue masters after getting the degree.
The cost to study over here is pretty reasonable. Since I have taken biotechnology, my fees were the highest due to the cost of the equipment and lab work we have to do. Still, it's very less as compared to other colleges.
We have an annual fest called Xavotsav which happens during the month of February. Classrooms are very decent, nothing over the top. There are a variety of sports and clubs on campus like Rotaract, Abhivyakti, NCC etc.
Since my admission happened during the time of Corona, instead of interviews and entrance exams, our admission was done on a merit basis. I got my name on the first list. But there were interviews for other courses like BBA etc.
From beginning, I wanted to admit in this university. And want to graduate with mathematics honours. So I choosen this university. Also the main reason is that this university is belongs to my city.
No, I didn't any group discussion. And also I'm little weak on discussing in a group. I always getting little nervous when I started to talk but now I'm improving myself.
The challenge is that many adult students don’t talk to an advisor or anyone from the institution of their choosing before they enroll in a course or program. This is especially true when institutions allow online enrollment, where the prospective student doesn’t even have to step foot on campus to enroll.
College management has to raise faculty members and maintain a teacher-student ratio.
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