I wanted to do B.Com Hons. from the beginning but I wasn't getting any good college so I went for Economics Hons. in Daulatram College. Choosing Daulatram College over & above SGTB Khalsa, SBCS, DCAC, Gargi College and many other colleges was not so hard for me because I knew for a fact that: Daulatram is one of the oldest colleges & has such a high reputation. It's a college of North campus (Campus life would be amazing). Faculty is so overwhelming here that I can't even explain (Teachers are so helpful & hardworking). It has many different societies that'll bring out the best in you in every possible way. I also knew some of the disadvantages of being here that were: All girls college. Fests aren't as good as other colleges. Infrastructure isn't good. But these limitations did not stop me from taking admission here. With god's grace, I got my dream course (B.Com Hons. ofcourse) in the next cutoff so I switched to a different course but my college remained the same.
So, I wanted to do B.Com Hons because I'm a student of commerce background and I had a deep interest in accounting. Also, when I was in 12th standard we had to study Economics as a compulsory subject. Since then I inculcated an interest in economics too so I was comfortable with doing B.Com Hons. or Economics Hons. both (B.Com Hons. being top priority). Talking about the faculty of the college, I got a bunch of the best teachers. They are so hardworking and helpful. They don't hesitate in teaching us as many times as we ask. All the teachers have different method of teaching. Besides this, we never had any difficulty in coping up with any subject. Everything seemed quite easy. Talking about exams, the exams are taken by the university. But since we were taught in such a way that exams seemed very easy. We didn't have any problem with giving our exams.
Any year students are eligible for campus placement. We get a placement code in the first year itself after registering with the placement cell to avail of any opportunities given by the placement cell. Since it's college, the placement percentage is not very high and hovers between 5%-8%. The highest package was 12 lakhs per annum in 2019-2020.
The fee structure is quite affordable. Since it's a government college so the prices aren't too high. Also, there is a reduction in fees for the reserved categories. The fee structure of B.com Hons. at Delhi university is 14.9k annually. The fee for the first year is a little high around 16k.
Our college has many societies that will bring out the best ability in you in every possible way. All the socities are managed by the students although the teachers are the head. We have 3 different societies namely NSS, NCC and NSC. You compulsorily have to be a part of one of these three. NCC is all related to cadets and being punctual and March pasts, etc. NSS is the one in with you'll have to do social service. Apart from these, we have different cells like placement cells, women development cell and many more.
There was no interview for admission. It was all merit-based. All you need is to check whether you meet the cutoff of a particular college. If you do so, apply for it. You can only apply to one college at a time. If in the next cutoff you get a better college, you can cancel your admission from the previous college and apply for a new one.
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St. Xavier's College, Kolkata | B.com Hons.
Because I was more fascinated to Delhi university and St Xavier's was way too strict.
Students from final year are eligible for full time job placements . Every year the big 4 visit the campus as a part of placement drive . As seen from my experience and knowledge of this companies like Larsen and toubro , wipro , hcl , they have visited the campus. Around 50-60 percent students will get placed. If I talk about my plans I would sit for placement but some of my classmates have other plans like ca , MBA , government exam etc. . So this is totally a personal preference, however you will get ample opportunities to explore your path .
The Placement Cell aims to provide a successful future to its students, and to that end, it connects students with potential employers for both internship and job opportunities. The College Placement Cell includes student and teacher coordinators who help students identify their interests and talents, and connect them with organizations where their potential can be tapped and utilized.
The placement cell is satisfactory. There are not many internship opportunities provided though. Various companies offered placement for 2023 batch like dare2compete, Metvy FIS, lineups, advisor, planet spark and ICICI with packages of 3-4 lakh pa. An off-campus placement drive was conducted by E&Y and DE Shaw & co. Planet spark offered a package of 6.5 lakh pa for ug courses. The highest package was offered by DE Shaw with a base of 750000 pa. The lowest package was around 240000 pa. Almost 30% of students are placed. I also plan to sit for placements during my third year to gain experience and then go for my post-graduation.
Spmc offers a lot of placement packages. Almost 80% of students get placement packages upto 7 - 8 lakhs. Some famous companies which recently provide placements in college are Myntra, MobiKwik, Amazon, etc.
After learning all the three years, students sit for placement with the right CV in their hands, they get into big companies like Bain, BCG, McKinsey with 99% placement records. The package goes as high as INR 37.5 lakhs per annum with an average package of about INR 12 lakhs per annum.
The placement cells of our college are second all over Delhi in terms of the B.Com program which I'm currently completing. From the 1st semester the students are eligible for campus placements which makes us ready for future placements. I didn't visit any companies till now but I've submitted some of the forms for some internship programs in various companies. The average percentage of students getting placements is 78% annually with an average of 11 lakhs package as per company and profiles offered. The highest package provided this year was 28 lakhs. I have to complete my MBA after completing that. And maybe start a business after that or work in any highly recommended company.
From the 4th or 5th-semester, students are eligible for campus placement. There are companies that visit for campus placement are Wipro, Bata, Tommy Hilfiger, Mindler, ICICI, in shorts & many more. The highest package is 12 LPA for the average package is 2.5 lpa. The percentage of a student getting placement is around 60 to 65%. My plan after getting the degree is not to wait for the job but to start my own startup because rather than waiting for a job create a job is a good option.
The placement in SBSEC is done by the placement cell of SBSEC for both Morning and evening batches and they offer a hefty package to their final students based on the skills and knowledge. Many big companies like EY, Grant Thornton, AIS glass dores, FIS visits College for placement purpose.
Our college has its own placement cell which makes arrangements for. Placements and invites companies in our college. The average package offered by our college was around 3.5 lakhs. Various companies like Deloitte, amazon have offered placements to our college students.
The university offers campus placement to its students. After the end of the 2nd year, the student becomes eligible for campus placement. The packages depend from course to course an amount of stipend is clearly mentioned on the university website. I am not planning to go for campus placement as I am already pursuing a course which is CA, because of which I am not interested in the campus placement.
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