St. Xavier's to me was a dream and now I am living my dream. The institute provides a wide plethora of subjects from which we could choose. I, being a Commerce student found the B. Com course to be the most promising. Since we graduated high school in a pandemic the admission procedure was quite different than what my seniors had been through. The application procedure was same as before, i.e. we had to fill an online application form. It was followed by filling the details of our board results after which the candidates who fulfilled the criteria were shortlisted.
I chose Bcom as I am interested in the field of finance, how the markets function, how to invest, all these factors excite me. The faculty student ratio is 1:80 roughly. The faculty is very helpful and the professors help in clearing doubts even after college hours via mail. The teaching method is pretty effective and is done through PPTs. The resources provided by the professors are sufficient and provide a helpful guide for preparing for the term exams. Term exams were conducted quite timely. The papers were standard and were not very difficult to clear.
The Placement Cell offers great opportunities for internships to those students who are eligible for internship. The companies are invited to take part in the recruitment drive. The companies enlighten the students about their company profile through PPTs which is followed by the students registering for the interview, which comprises of a written exam followed by a group discussion and personal interview.
Students are required to do a compulsory internship in the 6th semester and become eligible for campus placement in the 6th semester itself. Since I am in 2nd semester student I don't know much about the companies visiting and the details thereafter. I plan to pursue MBA after completing my graduation.
The fees is around 26400 per quarter and an extra 1000 is charged twice as exam fee along with the normal fee. apart form this, the cost to study depends on the books one wishes to purchase ad the number of tuitions one decides to take. Though for me the cost of tuitions is nil as I find it to be very distracting. It totally depends on one's personal choice.
Xavier's is famous for its Xavotsav, its annual fest. It is an event that Xavierians whether alumni or the current batch of students eagerly wait for. It is a national level annual fest organized by the college students' council. It usually takes place in the month of January. It has been graced by the presence of Euphoria, Hard Kaur and many more artists. As the pandemic persists we have been given online access to study materials by the college authorities.
Usually to get admission into Xavier's one must clear the written exam which solely depends on the course one chooses, followed by an interview which is compulsory for all irrespective of the course one chooses. Clearing both the written exam as well as interview is a must for getting admission provided the course chosen. Considering the pandemic we had extensively an online admission, followed by an online verification of the documents.
I chose b.com Hons because i m doing a professional course CMA with it. The course will be a match and that should be helpful. 36:100 is the teacher: student ratio all faculties are highly qualified. Exams are semester wise and in 1 year there are 2 semesters overall 6 semester exams are easy to pass if you studies well.
Students of both bachelors and masters degree are eligible for placements. Many companies come to the university to absorb the students. I have not planned to take placement as my wish is to join an MBA course after BCom Hons. Almost 90% of students get placement from the university.
Reputed companies like IBM, TCS, KPMG, ITC, etc used to come to our college from campus placement. They mostly used to come in our third year and the package was quite good about 4-5 lakhs p.a. and it could also go up to 7 lakhs P.A. I'm planning to continue my education further and do a master's.
Although there are many courses Bhawanipur Educational society college has to provide as I am currently doing my BCOM in accounting and finance honors so I will talk about this particular course only so if you are willing to continue your further studies by taking honors in accounting and finance it will cost you around 150k and if you wish to do General BCOM course it's is just 3000 rupees less. I chose to do BCOM Accounting the Finance honors because I want to go for Chartered Accountant study in the future and this course with honors has found to be very useful.
I have chosen to pursue BCOM accounting and finance honors in the Bhawanipur Educational society college because my neighbor uncle is a faculty there who is very good and helpful and teaches company law in the afternoon shift of the College and have experience of more than 15 years of teaching in the College and also I came to know that the College is very much good for higher studies in commerce and also one of the oldest and well known famous College for commerce in Kolkata so I decided to take admission there.
Actually I'm a commerce student and UCC is one of the best college for Commerce stream in Kolkata. It's brovides better study for B. Com. (Honours). As this is a government college, the admission process is simple. You can apply for this college after your 12th. The college never demans for donations during admission. If you got good marks in 12th, you will be selected. I applied for this college on its own site.
I would like to inform you that this is a reputed government college having high qualified and skilled proffesors. There is no any test or interview for admission in this college. It's all about your 12th marks which decides the chance of your admission in this college.
Management is not at all great there are lot many loop holes which they need to change modern management systems must be introduced to handle the situation there as manier times students are harassed for different things by faculties or office staff.
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