I joined LIC fam in year 2019, I had a lot of doubts in my head regarding my college but till this day I haven't regretted any single moment of being in this prestigious college. Lady Irwin is an all girls college and situated in mandi house, very next to the heart of Delhi, CP. Lady Irwin helped me in realizing my true self, a more confident version of mine. Faculty is very very supportive here, the best guidance you can get in any college. I'm glad I chose Lady Irwin College as my alma meter. A very very proud Irwinite.
I have a very keen interest in food processing from the very beginning and Lady Irwin College has helped me to develop my interest more vividly for the same. Faculty: student ratio is 1:4 for the Food Technology department, i.e., very satisfactory given the condition of other DU colleges. Most of Faculty members have completed their doctorate in Food Technology and have satisfactory teaching experience. They are very supportive and helpful. Term exams were on time and they were of moderate level.
Summer internships are being provided in Mother Diary, DMS, bakery industry. Most of them are non paid. Other than internships, students here get to work under professors for research products as well.
Campus placement is a little off from last 2-3 years. But internships are being provided in top notch companies like Nestle, Britannia, DMS, Mother Diary, Patanjali and so on. Most of the students opt for higher studies after graduation. Some of our seniors has got into Niftem, BHU, IIFT and other prestigious institutions for their post graduation.
The fees is a bit high. Paying 26k annually for a course in government college is something beyond affordability for low income group students. Even though there are a lot of scholarships are being provided by the college for needy students, Lady Irwin College is more on a costlier side.
A DJ evening is hosted by the Students' Association of Lady Irwin College in the month of October to welcome the freshers. And then comes the Annual fest of Lady Irwin College 'Quintessence', it is one of the most talked fest in DU circuit. Lady Irwin College has a huge library where any kind of books and journals can be availed by faculty members and students. There is basketball and badminton team in college trained by top notch coaches. There are 14 societies in Lady Irwin College; Dramatics, Dance, Music, Literary, Eco Club and many more.
Hostels are offered on merit basis. The fees is to be submitted semester wise. There is an aura of discipline in the hostel premises. Food is more or less on the average side, but best anyone could get away from their home. To conclude Lady Irwin College hostel is 'A home away from home'.
One can start applying for placements in his/her 5th semester or 6th semester of the college. Big 4, McKinsey & Company, Boston Consulting group are some of the esteemed companies show participation. The cell received the highest salary package of 20.5 LPA offered by DC Shaw and the average package of the last batch went up to 5.7 LPA. I have to start preparing for my civil services examination after the completion of my undergraduate degree.
If you have an interest in Mathematics then you may opt for this course otherwise this course is like a burden on you and I suggest that before taking admission in this course please go through the syllabus and curriculum of this course. You have no such problem regarding faculty members of this department. All the faculty members are well qualified and well educated. All are friendly in nature and always ready to help you. They give their full potential to explaining any concepts as much as they can. In my class there are 68 students and faculty: student ratio is about 17:1. This whole course is divided into 6 semesters and after every 6 months each semester exam held means 2 semesters per annum. You have to qualify each and every semester exams and semester exams are very easy to pass. Examination paper totally based on the well-defined syllabus issued by the university and if you stick to the syllabus you easily pass each semester exams.
Campus Placement is for commerce background students. Many companies visit and a no of offers and they have a nice package as far as I know. Many students get placed in companies. I don't have much knowledge regarding it. My plan is to go for Masters's after getting my degree.
BSC does not have a number of placements as this is not a proper degree like MSc and BTech and many others. But courses like statistics and cs offer many placements to students studying in colleges. Companies hire students directly after seeing their skills and overall character and behavior.
B.Sc. Mathematics has a vast scope in the field of banking, research, and specialization in particular subjects is always an option to choose for further graduation. The faculty-student ratio is very good and supportive as all teachers are cooperative and mainly focus on the analysis of the topic rather than theory. All professors have completed their Ph.D. and have amazing teaching methods as they explain topics using graphs and theorems which clear the mindset and gave rise to many perceptions which make the class very interactive. We have to give exams once at the end of 6 months semester. They were quite difficult to pass and score good marks but consistency could make it possible.
We have a campus placement cell that handles all the companies coming in for placements and internships. It is active throughout and we have internships coming in all year round. In third year we become eligible for placements. CPC verfies our resume or CV in various steps and then they are sent to companies we are interested in. We have interviews then if we are selected we are informed. The placement ratio and the packages are good. I'm going for masters at IITD through IIT JAM.
For internships, any student if get can join, but for placements generally, third year student is eligible to take part in it. Companies like Infosys visit the campus for recruiting process. The average package was around 3 LPA. Generally, placements are for Commerce students. I am preparing to go for masters after the graduation degree. The percentage of students getting placed is not good. Only a few students are placed.
I got admission into this college through the higher secondary examination marks. for admission form you need to pay 150 rupees if you are from general quota and 50 rupees if you are from sports quota.
The college provides bachelor's degree in Arts Science commerce etc. My course of BSc has been really good and the labs too are really good and you would get individual apparatus to work with. There are internals and semester examination.
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