Good aspects: Coding culture is great. If you want to be a software engineer and your mains rank is around 20k-35k. This is the best college. You have many opportunities to cherish your talent in the field of coding. And yes, most importantly the fest. LNMIIT conducts 3 fests, i.e, Plinth (technical fest), Desportivos (Sports fest), Vivacity (cultural fest). Bad aspects: You have worked very very hard to achieve good grades. The campus is not so big as other NITs(as it's an IT college). Professors don't give grades and made it very difficult to pass.
Because I love machine learning, computer networking, and cybersecurity. Which overall put me to a conclusion to opt for the CSE branch. I want to know more about the analogy of the human brain and a computer, I always wanted to design my own brain, how it works, how it stores. As per my branch, the faculty-student ratio must be 1:20, as there 4 main teachers for any subject. But it differs from subject to subject. Many faculties are PHD from IIT or from foreign universities. But all the faculties who are teaching us have done PHD. Some teachers have not done PHD from IIT but from any NIT. And below NIT there are none. Quizzes are taken 2-3 weeks before mid-term and end term. If you have a semester of 3 months, after 1.5 months midterm will be there, so professors will take quizzes before it and the same for before the end of term. Quizzes are not too hard to pass, but mid-term and end-term are very hard.
College provides on-campus as well as off-campus internships, the college recommends us some internships. Amazon took 7 students from our college for its summer internship, and 2-3 students were qualified for GSoC (Google Summer of Code). And some internships were offered by other companies like knowledge solution India. In which I have completed my internship but it was paid. But for 3rd-year students, companies with stipend hire them for internships.
From the 6th semester (after the 3rd year), you are eligible for placements. Microsoft, Adobe, Amazon, Flipkart, Capgemini, Ola, Oyo, and many other companies visit. As per the latest the year 2016 batch, 93% of students were placed, the highest package was 72 lakh and the average package was 12.5 lakh. My plan is to crack on-campus placements. And then work in a stable company. Also if you are in your 3rd or 2nd year, some companies visit and offer internship programs to the students.
Fees according to me are high since my 3 semesters are online, also they are taking 150k, earlier it was 200k when we studied offline. They increase their fees year by year. 10k is added in a year. You don't need to put much effort into doing the course from any other website like Coursera, college material is enough, so what you are paying for you are getting it. I am not having any scholarship right now, but if your rank in JEE advance is under 10k, then 25k will be deducted from college fees. Also if you score 9+ CGPA, you will be given 25k from the institute, as you know, it's very very hard
There are 3 fests, Plinth, Desportivos, and Vivacity, and they are, technical, sports, and culture fest respectively. They are conducted from mid-January to starting of February. Library of college is very large, you can find many books including your syllabus books also, there are many e-books provides by the library. Classrooms are designed in slope and having chairs with a hand table attached. Also, each classroom has its own projector. Also for attendance, there is a fingerprint system (biometric). For sports, there is a football ground, cricket ground, basketball court, Badminton court, Squash court, Gym, TT table, and volleyball. In extracurricular activities, you have many cultural clubs like music club, art club, literary committee, media cell, drama club, nukkad club, photography club, dance club, a social work club, and Festival club. These clubs organize events weekly so that you can enjoy and learn more things.
Only 2 students can be there in a room (for 1st and 2nd year) and single room for 3rd and 4h year, in a room you are given a big cupboard, a table, a Pin-up display board, a 3×6 bed, and a dustbin. The meal is very good, sometimes it feels like you are eating in a restaurant. Breakfast is fairly good, lund is moderate and dinner is very good. On Saturday and Sunday, any special dish like chole bhature or paneer is made. In breakfast, you get an omelet for nonvegetarian and bread, milk, paratha, dhokla, noodles, and many more. In lunch, it's rice, roti, and any sabzi. In snacks, you get a burger or any other item and In dinner, a good sabji with a desert is there. After your registration for college is done, you have to go to hostel registration at that time only, mentors will guide you. You have to reach the hostel main entrance, where they allocate rooms and partners for a Student. No, you have to be in hostel.
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The coding culture of my college is very good. Also, the average package is 12.5 lakh (2016 batch).
Students become eligible for placements from 7th sem provided they do not have any backlog The highest package offered was 12LPA this year 2020-21 (CSE branch ) and the average us around 3.5-4 LPA Nearly 90% students of CSE branch gets placed and the remaining may go for higher degrees or entrepreneurship Students may settle their career by taking a placement and improving with the skills constantly or may go for higher studies as per their interest
From 5 semester companies visited our college for summer internships and full-time and after than full-time placement. Mostly for full-time employment company visited in 7th sem. Many big tech companies like Goldman sachs, Flipkart, cisco, bank of America, barclays etc. placement is 100%.
In the 7th semester one become eligible for sitting in placement. Average LPA of any companies varies from 3.5 to 7 . Companies like Infosys, hexaview ,reliance, tcs etc visit almost every year. And almost 60 to 70 percent student of CS/IT get placed .
After the 6th Sem guys were enabled to get selected. I exactly don't remember the number of companies that came and offer a job. But this is for sure that only CS and EC students were able as IT and electrics Companies used to come. I can't comments on the percentage of placements as we were having a different wing. I was damn sure that I can produce any govt job I tried to have that only. I cracked 4 jobs. I have appointment letters and discharge certificates from which I joined but I was having a much higher potential that could have cracked IES. If we would have been motivated in the final semesters.
Students become eligible for campus placement from 7th semester. Amazon, Uber, Google, Adobe, Flipkart, Samsung, arm, intel, HCL and many more. Highest package- 34 lac. Average package - 14 lac. Almost more than 90% of the students are placed. I will seek to prepare for GATE after getting the degree.
Placement can be done in the 6th semester and its percentage is seen, there is no backing in any subject of 3rd year. In our college, LNT and Tata Steel Company comes for the placement of automobiles. The company goes in a package of 10 to 12 lakhs to a good student.
When I went for the JOSSA coumcellimg, in the first round I was alloted IIT ISM chemical engineering in the first round, I got IIT Jodhpur electrical in the last round, and I liked Jodhpur as a city so I finally went to Jodhpur
The placement is very good, the overall average package for all branch combined is 1400000, and for cse it's 2100000, these are some good figures, and the placement percentage is 90 and the career development cell, each year calls some good companies
Overall, I have positive feelings about the college. I would definitely recommend it if you can make it to this College after clearing the so called JEE Advanced exams. It's better than most colleges in India when it comes to infrastructure and placements and even future study opportunities.
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