IEM is one of the oldest private engineering colleges in West Bengal. It is a NAAC Grade A approved college. It has decent placement records over 95% of students from CSE, IT and ECE get placed in MNCs like TCS, WIPRO, IBM, COGNIZANT, CAPGEMINI, etc. The faculties are highly qualified and provide good learning scope. This college was previously under MAKAUT but now it has turned into an autonomous body, you can get admission in this college through WBJEE after 12th or WBJEE JELET after Diploma on basis of your rank. The infrastructure of the college is one of the worst, it has nothing much to offer to its students. There are two buildings of IEM - Gurukul (for CSE, IT, ECE) and IEM-Ashram (for EEE, ME, EE).
CSE is the best to go within IEM, though I chose ECE over it as it has better future scope. The faculty at IEM are highly qualified and experienced, there are many 3 teachers per subject to cover the syllabus on time. Many of the faculties have PhD in their respective subjects, many are industry return teachers having M.Tech teaches in IEM, bridging the gap between college studies and industrial work. There are two midterms and one Endsem every semester. The numbers from the mindset are added to the Endsem marks, so it becomes quite difficult to be consistent as every exam carries some weightage. Odd Sem - August to January and Even Sem - January to July.
IEM provides the best campus placements for CSE, IT and ECE branches over 95% of the students gets placed in TCS, WIPRO, IBM, COGNIZANT, etc. The average offer a student gets is 4.3 LPA from the MNCs. Mainly IT companies visit the campus for recruitment. I would be able to sit for campus placements after completion of my 7th sem.
Previously the fees were quite normal about 45k/ sem as it was under MAKAUT University but now as it follows autonomy so the fee has increased to 65K/ Sem and 92K at the time of admission (both sem fee + admission). There is no such scholarship programme in the college, the campus placements are better than any other college in West Bengal.
IEM lacks good infrastructure, it has no such playing ground. It has two buildings Gurukal and Ashram, though it has a 24 x 7 library for students to issue books or study them in the library. Most of the books are easily available in the library, due to the ongoing pandemic classes are being conducted online. There are many clubs like IEM-IEDC, IEM-ACM Student Chapter and IEM Hackathon which provides exposure to its students in every aspect.
From the 7th semester onwards students are eligible for campusing. Companies such as TCS, CAPGEMINI, INFOSYS, IBM, WIPRO, AMAZON come for recruitment. Students from all departments get placements from different on campus companies. Usually, the count of students getting recruited varies.
I chose the eletrical depertment because i was good at science and the core stream can nurish my career in the best drection for me. I alwasys wanted to be an electrical engineer, and moreover eletrical is used in every field. The faculty was good at teaching and they helped me accuring my knowledge best way possible. Qualification of the facalty was excellent and they helped in esvery way possible.
Now, I am studying in my 2nd year (Mechanical Engineering). As far I come to know that the college offers job opportunity through campus interview from the 6th semester of 4 years degree course and many leading companies such as TATA, L&T, SIEMENS, Infosys, Innocraft, Hero, Mphosis, Genpact, Cerner, CGI, Pinnacle, TVS, CMS, etc. come to recruit the students as per their requirements. According to the record, I think the placement of this college is moderate, i.e. 50% -60% students get this opportunity every year. Companies pay salary package as per their norms.
The placements are great, a lot of companies and organizations come for campus placements throughout the year and offer all kinds of roles for everyone's requirement. Also, internship opportunities are there. Higher packages go up to around 14-18 LPA approximately. And most average is around 6 LPA. Mass companies also visit for hiring many students. The percentage of students getting placements is dependent on course, computer science students 70-80% get placed by the end of the year. After getting the degree my plan was to work and get on-field experience which is what I'm doing.
Students can appear for placements after the 6th semester. Burjer, Asian paints, Haldia petrochemical, Jk tyres, Colgate, come here. Average package is 5LPA. Highest package is near 11-12 LPA. 80% of students get placed. I will go for PSUs through GATE and also will appear in placement rounds.
All semester exam is conducted under CCTV which good for students. In case of application of technology college authority needs to be more initiative for students. And I felt lack of industry friendly grooming which are also more important.
placement is also good . the thing is if a student is good enough to crack an interview he/she will definitely get a job. the placements were like out of every 100 students 10 got placed
The course is good enough to think innovative and creative. Practicals are the most important part of the course and you can find good types of equipment in the practical labs. I was in ece branch (ie. Electronics and communication).
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