The faculty was helpful within their limited means. The management can be improved. One principal would pull girls out of the class if they were found wearing jeans. This was a little too much.
I had taken the CET entrance test and had scored around 9000. My other options were all out-of-station colleges for the same course. Within Bangalore only mechanical was available with a few colleges. Also, 1 of my college acquaintance had gained admission in this college, hence it seemed like the best option at that time.
The course structure and the electives was unsatisfactory. We were not provided with an option to pick our subject. Instead, the college decided the electives based on the faculty available with them and we all had to opt for it. There is no importance on research and the faculty was not competent to handle any queries and clarify our doubts/questions. The curriculum was limited to the prescribed text books.
The placement cell was first setup just before we graduated. Though there were no companies interested to come to our college. The cell at least got us to pool campus interviews. And for that I am very thankful. Not 1 or 2 but we were kept posted on quite a few pool campus interviews happening in Bangalore.
Our college had biannual cultural activity. But there was no technical fest then. Though our cultural fests were limited to participants from within our college itself, we were given permission to participate in other inter-collegiate competitions and events.
I had gotten a merit seat in the college, hence feel that the fee structure was feasible. I am not aware of the management fee structure, though. The tuition fee and the exam fee were quite bearable. It was definitely more affordable than school fees for a preschooler, now a days.
There was no good scholarship or loan facility offered by the college that i know of or have availed.
The campus life was good and diverse. The only extra curricular activity offered was a few carrom boards and chess boards. There was some politics active in the college between students from different regions. But this is present in most colleges. Nothing alarming. But this review is based on my experience way back in 2005. I am not aware if there have been any improvements now.
Until i had graduated there was no hostel facility in the college. The hostel building was being constructed then. I am not aware of the facility now.
There was no alumni network when i was passing out. And after I had passed out as well, i am not aware if there is any. I had lost touch with all friends and seniors from my college.
The exam structure is set by the Visveswaraiah Technological University. The college had no influence on it. The exams were not too cramped together. We had plenty of time for preparation and for other fun activities. The internal lab tests, internal theory exams as well as the semester exams were comfortably spaced and did not leave us exhausted.
The faculty was not competent to handle any queries and clarify our doubts/questions. Most of them were students waiting to clear their masters. There was no importance given to advancing a student's academic career. Their goal was to finish the syllabus but not to interest the students to understand the practical implications of the course being taught.
Placement in college is average. The placement percentage is about 60%. The highest package is 15lac PA. Many top MNC comes for placement drives. MNC such as TCS, WIPRO, INFOSYS. The students are eligible for placement from the 7th sem.
Placements in our college very good for the last few years. GITAM Career Guidance cell (GCGC) works continuously in bringing opportunities. Last year our college placement percentage was 100 and this year also almost 70% students placed in reputed companies like Amazon, Wipro etc. The placement percentage was very good and year by year it's increasing. Amazon visited Gitam Bangalore campus with a package of 18 LPA and Mu-Sigma with a package of 30 lakhs over 4 Years.
Students will be eligible for placements right from 6th semester There are more than 200 companies that visit RV college and almost 70 percent gets placed here Highest package was offered to a computer science student for 86 lakhs and average package is of 8 lakhs After getting degree I would like to work
Our college is a beautiful experience for one who is dedicated towards his/her work and a nightmare for one who is lazy and does not want to study/ work. Our college provides all the facility required for a student in order to succeed in life.
Entered through CET. My ranking was around 28,500 opted this college because of availability of seat in my desired course(ISE).
I joined college in the year 2009. At that time, seat selection process was entirely different to current day procedure. I had to go to CET cell on a specific date according to my ranking and choose among the available seats at that point. Later on, I had to go the the college and get enrolled there by showing the proof of seat selection and paying the college fee.
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