I chose this college because it's in the top 5 of GGSIPU. Its location attracts me. Good aspects: Low student-faculty ratio, Adequate financial aid, Well planned curriculum, Interesting Club activities and extracurriculars, Well-equipped labs. Bad aspects: I can't find them yet. The admission process & dates: JEE Main and in addition to this must-have filled Ipucet form and on the basis of merit and rank one can get admission. Usually, the Ipucet form released around March. I prefer this college because I saw placement on the official website which attracts me and ofcourse its location. While selecting this college I Quora about this college reviews from youtube and ofcourse official site.
I chose this course because I am interested in computer science since the 11th class and also I would have more opportunities in future. The faculty: student ratio is as per AICTE, in each shift every subject faculty teaches to 60 batch class. About 95% of faculty have done a PhD or pursuing a PhD. The teaching method is also good, they motivate us and rejuvenate our mind to focus on our goal and quite supportive in doing the assignment. Whether it is midterm or end term exams, all schedule is according to GGSIPU and held according to its rule and regulation. If you have attended classes then it would be enough to pass the exam and if you want to score good marks then follow what the faculty are saying.
The internship started in the 3rd year in our college. Most of the students are getting company located in Bengaluru and students to go there and complete their interns. Some are startups and some are product based company like Microsoft after completing an internship some get PPO. Most students got an internship on the basis of DSA and some got on the basis of Projects they have made.
The placement of our college is good. Students started applying for an internship in their 3rd year and in their 4th year some get PPO and other students started applying for campus placements. Most of the companies visit every year including service based and product based both like Infosys, TCS, HCL, Wipro, Paytm, Swiggy, Zomato, Amazon, Oracle, Direct-I etc. Approximate 80% of students get placed in these companies. The average package offered is 3.5-4 LPA by the service-based company and the highest package is 30-32 LPA by companies like Amazon. My plan after getting a degree is to get placed in a product based company like Amazon.
The fees structure is 84,900/year which includes University charges as well. There are so many opportunities to come if you want to apply for the scholarship, like merit-cum financial assistance scholarship, scholarship schemes belonging to the minority category etc. You can apply from the district website if you want to apply for it.
Campus life is good. There are so many clubs and societies like Prisma for inculcating a spirit of creativity, GTBIT Finishing school for communication skills, MUNistry to make students aware of the very recent style of group discussion and debate, Divine Circle, Ashke Bhangra, IIPC, Hello World, Developer Student Club, Et-Cetera. GATES -Annual Fest of GTBIT which is organised in March, thousands of students from various colleges of North India gather at GTBIT and compete in various technical, managerial and literary to showcase their talents. The library has a well-equipped library with a collection of more than 60,000 books. It has a specialised collection of books, journals and other resources. Classrooms are well built with good furniture and equipped with AC.
There are 8 semesters overall. A student becomes eligible after 6 semesters for campus placements. Meanwhile, you can go for internships after sem1 only. About 100 companies visit the college every year. And IITD has a really high placement percentage (~80%).
Placement Experience: The placements here are one the best features of the college. It is the heart of the college, most of the people who come here leave with 2-3 jobs in their hands, and most of them are quite well-paying jobs. The students in the final year are eligible to sit at placements and have to register themselves at OCS (offer of career services), The average placement is about 8-9 lac per annum, even for non-tech jobs. highest ranging up to 30-35 LPA from Amazon, Goldman Sachs, Flipkart, Microsoft. Many students who don’t opt for placements have a lot of chances to go for higher studies, either here or abroad.
From the starting of the 7th semester, students become eligible for campus placement. Companies like Infosys, TCS, Wipro, Byju's, Samsung R&D, Accenture, Amazon, Airtel, Paytm, etc visit the college for placements. They give quite satisfactory packages according to talent and the field. The highest package provided by companies are 19 lacs and the average package is 3.5 lacs. Around 70% of Students got the placements. I will pursue M.Tech.
Now coming to the placements I have seen 80 percent of students bagging a decent placement of 8lpa or above with the highest package of 40lpa by adobe. The average placement package is 4lpa. With many students getting more than 1 offer I think it is safe to say it is quite decent.
Since he is the 2md sem so he can't tell about the placement. But by researching we can tell that many companies offer jobs to the students but the maximum they take are of computer science branch. The companies visited are Infosys, TCS etc. Around 50% or more get placed.
From 7 semester students become eligible for placement and also can do an internship for 2 and 3 years. 170+ companies visited last year in NSUT such as apple, Google, Schlumberger, uber etc. and more than 300+ offers made. And to my knowledge, the highest package is 1.25 crore and the lowest is 4 lacs. 100% of students get placed from tech branches and 85% of students gets placed from core branches. And my dream is to get placement from college with a good salary.
Well it's near my home town. Always heard about the placements, good peer, competitiveness among students. One of the top teir colleges right after the good IITs and NITs. Government colleges generally buy you a lot of time to explore your other interests. A couple of my acquaintances have passed out and thats something that has always made me wanna go there. Apparently they all have been placed really good and I hope the same for myself :)
From what I've seen placements seem to be really good for the computer based branches and a little sore down the aisle All the good companies come to recruit generally placements are good.
I want to prepare for higher studies. And for that Delhi is the best option. And the job opportunities are also good being tha NIT college. You can join any coaching for preparation like upsc gate GRE and further on.
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