The best part of this college is that it is located in a posh area, with easy connectivity, and a really good environment. The places nearby this college include Jawaharlal Lal Nehru Stadium and Lodhi garden. Due to the easy connectivity, I chose this college.
Extremely good! I'm very much impressed with the faculty members. During the first semester of my first year, the faculty members completed the syllabus on time and with proper classes and extra classes as well, even though our semester started late due to the corona pandemic.
Yes, the placement cell offers every type of internship. From social service to Finance to management, everything at one place. For the first years, the stipend may vary between 3k-5k. On the other hand for the final year students, the stipend can be 15-20k
Since I'm a first-year student so I haven't sat for the campus placement but the placement cell often organizes internship fairs for students of all years. In the information given by the placement cell, the highest package was 12LPA. Companies like L&T, Deloitte, KPMG visit the campus for the campus placement.
The fee structure is very affordable which ranges between 10,000- 13,000 rs. For the BCom Hons course, the fees are 13,000. Talking about the jobs, the placement cell is very active and offers really good job opportunities which include paid job opportunities as well
Due to the corona pandemic, I didn't get the chance to attend the college but I have visited the college campus once. It's huge and the library too is very big and has all the required books. Talking about the societies and clubs, they're simply amazing. You'll get a lot more exposure by joining societies.
Which Sem do you become eligible for Placements - 4th or 5th Sem. Companies Visited for Placements - KPMG, EY (Prominent ones). Highest - 8 Lakhs. Average - 3.6 Lakhs. % of Students Placed - Don't know. Plans after Degree - Got placed in KPMG.
You are eligible for placement when you just gave your 2nd-year exam the notice will come to you to enroll for the placement 150rs will be fees and they will add you in group and on college portal all the details of company will be uploaded. In my time Deloitte, kpmg, EY , PwC, hcl, planetspark, Jaro , byjus ,tresvista , bain &company, and so on around 40 -50 company has came and the highest package was 7lac and average was 3.5lac there is no percentage bar but you should have minimum cgpa 6.5 . I also got place in planet spark through campus very nice experience and package is 6.9 lac
The faculty of commerce department is really kind, helpful and highly qualified. We are around 50 students in each class and there are 4 sections of Bcom Hons in 2020 batch. There are around 18 departments in DRC and total of approx.4000 students. The teaching method differs from teacher to teacher but they make sure to take reviews in case students are understanding their teaching or not. We had our internals conducted online which were quite easy if one has attended all the classes.
No idea about placements as I am in the second year, there are various options of employability after completion of course such as further studies in the same discipline. You can also plan for giving various competitive exams.
For placement, there is a placement cell in the college. The placement cell provides job opportunities for 3rd-year students and internship opportunities for 2nd-year students. Every year the cell organizes a placement fest in the college in which various companies visit the college. I don't know about the names of the companies that visit but the average package offered by them is 2-3 lakhs p.a and the highest package this year offered is 8 lakhs p.a.
The placement cell is quite active. You will get to seat in many company's recruitment processes if you are eligible for it. You need to score 60% plus to be eligible. Some of the companies are Genpact, Concentrix, KPMG, E&Y, and many more. The average placement is 2.9lpa and the maximum is around 9lpa depending on your skills.
I had commerce in class 11th and 12th class so I wanted to pursue the Commerce field and I also personally had an interest in Accountancy and Business Studies subject so that's why I opted for Bcom Hons. The teachers are highly professional and knowledgeable, though the teaching method differs from online method. We have around 50 students in each class. We have regular tests and practicals which are quite easy to attempt. Since everything is online, teachers do emphasize attendance and internals. In short DRC faculty is quite friendly, supportive, and approachable.
This course is suitable for students opting for commerce after the 10th as most of the syllabus is the continuation of what you have done earlier. There are different teachers for different subjects specialized in their particular fields but on the downside, there are teaching 3-4classes with 50 students each, therefore, there is no 1 to 1 guidance. Most of the teachers are masters of their field with a friendly teaching style which makes the concepts easier to understand. Internals are conducted during the semester and external exams are conducted after the semester but within the college. The difficulty level of the examinations is easy to moderate.
Don't know much about the placement of our college and to be honest I am also very concerned about the placement of our college. But yes placement is there from our college but what's the highest placement I also don't know about that. Our college teachers also make the effort that their students get placed in the right company for that you have to make a better connection with teachers and prepare yourself also very well like in every yearly exam. If you have to get placed from college then you have to make sure your overall percentage should be 85 above and of course, there should be some relevant skills in you. For skills, you may take online courses from Internshala and any other platform, they provide you a certificate which will be reflected in your resume and create a big impact. If you are not placed with college placement don't worry Internshala is a big platform for job appointments you'll get a better placement than your college if you have skills. Skills are very important. So focus on that.
Internships are offered in all 3 years but 1st year they are not paid. 3rd-year students get an opportunity at campus Placement. The companies that come for placement are quite good like Chegg, Wipro, Deloitte. We have a placement cell in our college which provides lots of opportunities to all the students to get placed.
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