I personally felt that the management was always striving to ensure that we as students get most of the latest technological advancements in the IT field and there were multiple webinars and seminars held for us to attend and get to know about various kinds of information by industrial experts. Also, the placement cell was highly motivated to help a majority of deserving students grab job offers by inviting multiple MNCs. There were separate libraries as well for each building where different courses were being taught. The quality of teaching could have been better and sometimes it felt like some teachers were being rigid about what type of projects they want us to work on instead of letting us try to explore our areas of expertise.
I specifically chose this course keeping in mind the job opportunities that come with it. Talking about the faculty: student ratio it was around 1:45 but I felt it could have been better and classrooms felt crowded when the attendance used to be high. Most of the faculty was well qualified and it was justified by their way of teaching as it used to feel more practical than theoretical but then there were some teachers who never were able to convey the complex information properly Term exams used to take place in fixed intervals in a year as there were two semesters: winter and summer and it required alot of effort and hard work to make sure that I was getting good scores in the terminal exams.
After the 6th semester, the placement cell in my college was working quite hard as from the beginning of the 7th semester we had started receiving job offers from different companies. There were a number of top fortune companies that visited including Amazon, Capgemini, Google, HCL, Hitachi And for an approximation, there were around 50 companies that visited in total The highest package offered was 30 lacs p.a and the average package was around 5 lacs My plan after getting the degree is to go for masters in Canada in Networking and grab a decent job there
I found the fees structure was relatively better and cheaper as compared to other colleges that I looked for and I was also offered a 20% scholarship taking into account my 12th board result so the college had a criterion as to what percentage of scholarship they would offer a student depending upon his/her marks in the board exams. For people above 90% in boards, the scholarship was 25% and for above 95% it was 50%. The fees for the odd semester was 64,500 and for the even semester it was 31,500 and there was a fees hike once in my second year of around 6000 rupees. I got a good job offer in my final year from Capgemini during the recruitment drive on my campus and they offered me 4 Lacs per annum which I let go as I will be going for my higher studies.
There were multiple fests which used to be held every year in the college. Firstly, there was a freshers party for every new batch entering the college and it usually took place in the month of September and then at the end of the year in December there was the annual college fest called PIET MAESTROS which used to be alot of fun. There was 1 central library and also separate libraries for all the 4 blocks/buildings and books were available in plenty for all the courses. Classrooms were full of the best teaching methods as there was a projector and a large computer screen installed in all the classrooms and the classrooms were also well-ventilated. My college had a basketball team, a cricket team as well as a volleyball team, and time-to-time there were other activities including singing and dancing competitions as well.
Almost all seniors are placed by off-campus placement in the Computer Science and Engineering department. College cell is not very active in case of placement as the highest package is 5 lakh per annum. I would go for off-campus placement in the field of Data Analysis or can also choose to pursue MBA.
Placements at SAITM are great and there are very reputed companies that come to provide placements to the students. Reputed companies like HCL, INFOSYS, AMAZON, FLIPKART, TCS etc. have been past recruiters of Saitm. Infat at SAITM, we have a separate placement cell that handles all the matters related to the training and placement of students.
Placements of our college can be ranked as average. Various companies like escorts, Mahendra, Nestle visits the college for placement purposes. These companies hire only 4th year students. The average package of our college is 3.5 lakhs per annum while the highest will goes to about 6 lakhs per annum. The percentage of the students getting placed is about 45 percent. Besides the placement students also prepares for exams like Indian forest service, SSC CGL etc.
Placements are decent, not very good not very bad. Many companies have signed MoU with the institute like TCS, Infosys etc offering 4 LPA. Almost all the eligible candidates are placed in them. Some big giants like amazon amd BEL also visit the campus rarely. 4.5 LPA is the average package for AY 2019.
The placement for the IT sector is good. Many companies like TCS, Infosys, Wipro etc. Many students apply for off-campus placement too and acquire good packages. Students from other branches are some times eligible for some placement. The highest package they offer is around 10-12 LPA and the lowest is around 2.5 LPA. Many of the students apply for off-campus placements to grab better opportunities. Our campus also prepares or provides facility to the students for their placements. Around 40 to 50 of total students get their placements on-campus. I plan to forgo higher studies to gain more knowledge.
College is very good in studies, seniors are good, teachers are supportive but the sports department are not that much active. Well studies are good but sports is also important if that improves then the college is definitely in good remark
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