My college, JAMIA HAMDARD, NEW DELHI is the NIRF ranked 1 pharmacy institute in the country. The infrastructure is too good as it is a government-funded autonomous deemed to be a university. The qualifications of the faculties themselves say the potential of the university. In college, we have technical and cultural societies that organize different programs like freshers and all. After the class 12th board results, the university releases admission forms for different undergrad courses. Most of the seats in a department are given based on admission tests or any national level entrance exams like JEE MAINS, NEET, CLAT, etc. whereas a little number of seats are given based on merit. If someone has extraordinary marks in their boards like 90-95+ percentage they can get direct admissions. The campus is of more than 100 acres, including a sports facility, well-maintained classrooms, labs, greenery, and a huge central library. https://jamiahamdard.edu is the official website.
In the field of pharmaceutical sciences, I was intrested from the beginning. Being the no. 1 pharmacy institute the quality of education and research is too good here. Moreover, a very good track of placement is there. All the major pharmaceutical companies come for recruitment. The faculty vs student ratio is 1:5 All the teachers are having a minimum PHD and many ones having Postdoctoral degrees. A very beautiful way of teaching and most of the teachers encourages students for better results in academics and research. We had two sessional term exams and the final semester including assignments. If you carefully follow the class and make notes then no worries, you will definitely score well.
Companies like sun pharma, apollo hospitals, and different renowned companies offer internships to students as a medical writer, clinical research coordinator, analyst, etc. I dont have that much knowledge about it because I haven't got a chance to internships as I am in 1st year.
Just a semester before the final year, students become eligible for campus placements. All the best and top companies like sun pharma, nestle, Appolo hospitals, etc comes and offer goof packages. As I am in 1st year, idk the exact figures of packages. But it is ranked 1 institution. It obviously gives better placements than any other pharmacy institute in the country. Almost 100% in the case of pharmacy students. I want to pursue higher studies and wanna go for a PHD in the future.
The fees are okay because it is a government-aided university. Including semester and examination fees 1 lacs per year is charged. As it is a minority institution, many scholarships are there for the minority students, whereas for all students there is a scholarship like if you rank as the top 10% students in your department, 50% of fees is reduced. For the next top, 10% students 25% fees get reduced.
The technocultural fest is - NERDZ, which is conducted in March generally. In our school i.e school of chemical and life sciences, there is a mini library for departmental students whereas in the central library there's a huge number of books present for almost every subject. A separate sports complex is present on the campus, including all kinds of indoor and outdoor sports like cricket, basketball, table tennis, etc. Different sports tournaments are organized. Sports fest is also there.
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Following are the reasons that convinced me to choose DTU over other options that I had, Delhi Technological University is a renowned technical institute. It has been imparting the best of the knowledge in the field of science, technology, arts, and management, for past approximately 75 years now. One of the best things I noticed is that several committees like a creative team, PR team, marketing team, etc. are made prior to an upcoming event. Students enthusiastically are a part of it, right from their first year in college. A healthy and respectable senior-junior relationship can be observed here. TU also encourages the students to participate and excel in sports. It funds the sports team for participation in all kinds of national tournaments. Being a research student I was also very impressed with the laboratories here. The faculty is very skilled and research-oriented.
We are the first batch of MSc to be sitting for placements, so prior information is not available yet. But it can be speculated that jobs are mainly for the profile for data analysis, marketing, r&d and academics. The Mtech and Btech students who got college placements are being contacted for referrals.
One Mr. Robert who was always at the counter of the college with tremendous memory - He was Management for us for all practical purposes. Otherwise, the college principal and other management visibility were very low.
My preference. i) Reputation and ii) administration; applied as a normal student would do - attended to a small interview and questioning by the administrator. It was in 1975 - now the system is changed and admissions are based on univ listing. Opted for this course as I had done BSc.
Being a tertiary care hospital, AIIMS might not fit for students belonging to basic sciences. And for medicos it is the ideal place. Management is good but they dont work even for a single second if their shift is over, so if you got late for something. Better luck next day. In terms of sports, the campus have every court for probably every sports. Swimming, basketball, football, lawn tenis, table tennis, badminton, gym everything is there.
Positive remarks :- College is really a peaceful place if someone say you have to spend your whole life in the hostel then I am ready. So calm and peaceful environment all around, peacocks in the garden and 5 o'clock pigeon sound outside the room was just amazing.
College is awesome with world-class faculty along with good campus life.
The practical knowledge imparted is good and up to date. there is a lack of co-curricular activities. The management of the college is very good. Events, exams, and placements are handled very aptly by the college.
In short JNU is awesome but only drawback is their faculty attitude they never support student they only want to humiliate student whenever they get chance like in presentation, seminar etc apart from this JNU is incomparable to any university of India.
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