I chose to take admission to MIT because it is a well-known institution that also provided a great curriculum for the course which I was planning to pursue. I was looking to pursue International Business and MIT provides a perfect blend of subjects and options. It has dual specialisation courses which fascinated me. As an individual gets to explore new subjects along with the existing curriculum. The Admission usually opens after the 12th board. It consists of a simple 2-3 pages form which takes all your details. It's not necessary to have your marks card for entrance as MIT has its own Entrance curated for admission. Marks card is required if you are looking for getting Scholarship, that also deduction in fees is given if you have scored 85+ percentage in 12th grade. I heard about MIT from one of my seniors as well as my teachers who guided me during my admission procedure.
I chose BBA in International Business because I was planning to pursue my further studies in a foreign country, So this course seemed relevant according to those aspects. MIT has a great curriculum that includes a theoretical and practical blend of academics. Some of the subjects are Business taxation, International Business in Service Sector, International Business in Agriculture Sector, Ethics in Management, French and German, etc. The Student-Teacher ratio is 1: 80. Each class contains 70-80 students depending on the admissions. The faculty is well qualified and very knowledgeable. The teaching method used is smartboard with a combination of audio, videos, and teaching. We are also taken to field tours one of our visits was to the AMUL industry, and Chitale Industry to explore the working and manufacturing of products. MIT follows a Trimester pattern, we have term exams after every 90-100 days interval depending on the portion. The exams curated are student-friendly.
We have to do an internship in our 2nd year. Wherein we got more than 50 options of opportunities. The opportunities were to work from home. The companies we got were Times Of India, Sakal Newspaper, Mit Cell, and many other local companies from Pune. The clarity of projects and tasks was very clear. We were supposed to do a minimum 45-day internship. We got an option to either choose from companies which were given on campus also we could do a off-campus internship too.
Yes, placements are offered on campus, as I am still not in my final year so have no idea how the Placement procedure goes. But the institution will brief us soon about the same. My plans are to pursue my further studies at a foreign Institution. So I will mostly be not taking placement from the college.
The fee structure is divided into three instalments of 75000 INR each which is supposed to be paid on a quarterly basis. The Scholarship is provided to individuals who have scored 85% and above in their 12th grade. The Institutions provides a 3 months tenure to every student in the second year to acquire experience via internships. It provides on-campus placements as well as we can take off-campus opportunities too. This year due to a pandemic we were given chance to do work from home internship and there were more than 50 opportunities provided by the placement cell of MIT. Also, pre-internship training was provided in order to break the ice.
Overall Mit has various events going on every month which are very enthusiastic, fun and student-initiated, Students are given an opportunity to participate and organise actively. The various events and fests that are conducted yearly are Enthusia, Under 25 Summit, Aarohan etc. We have access to the library all time. The classrooms are smart and comfy. Sports and extracurriculars are not paid much attention. It's you who has to push yourself into such activities if you are interested. There are more than 20 clubs on campus that are run by students, the clubs are as follows Entrepreneur club, Dance club, Music Club, Sports Club, Trekking Club, Adventure Club, Orators Club, Drama club etc.
I was in a PG room with three mates. My experience was okayish as the rooms were less hygienic and the food wasn't that great. It was an affordable stay but with a lack of amenities. I had a lot of adjusted survival there. I would recommend looking for a better PG and know the reviews first before enrolling.
Yes, so basically the entrance consists of three levels. The first level starts with an entrance Aptitude test which is online of 100 marks, to qualify for the next level you must score at least 35 and above. After the Aptitude test, there is a group discussion. where the individuals are divided into a group of 10 people and alloted 1 moderator for the same. The topics are variously related to technology, health, current issues etc. Out of 10 topics, the group members have to come to conclusion by choosing one topic. Everyone gets 1 minute to explain their stance and after that everyone starts discussing and the moderator observes. My topic for discussion was is the rise of technology in all the sectors is a boon or a curse. At last, we had a personal interview. The personal interview is based on the answers you write on a sheet of the questionnaire before. The questionnaire consists of common questions like habits, hobbies, current knowledge, interests, career options etc.
Students are allowed to apply for internships from the first year itself but the actual campus placements were conducted in the third year. There were multiple companies that visited a college for campus placements like TCS, i k s, l&t etc. Almost 50% of the students were placed in good companies.
Students become eligible for campus placements once they enter the final year of college. BMS usually has good placements for final-year students. Companies such as Zomato, Ernst & Young, Deutsche Bank, Schbang, etc had come for placements in 2021.
The students of the Third Year are eligible for the placements offered. There were some companies who do placements in the college like Asian Paints and L&T. The average package is around 5 lac p.a. The percentage of students getting placement is quite a Few like only 5% can get good placement.
I chose BBA, overall you literally get to know lots of things from the commerce side. It gets interesting and sometimes boring. Faculty staff is top-notch as all staff is friendly and they treat each and every student as a part of their family, this college is like an ecosystem, one family. And there are lots of students, i.e when I took admission I saw there were 250+ students who took the admission for BBA. Let's come to qualifications and the teaching methods of staff, well their qualifications are good and you can trust and rely on them, as they provide a good technique of teaching, as well as they, provide you some notes to some extent. Now the main part is exams, First, you have to give Mid test, the term end and finally it's your semester. This repeats throughout your whole 3 years. And yes, sometimes it's easy as well as it gets tough at the examination time.
As I'm a first-year student I have no idea about the placements in the college. But yeah campus placement is done. Many companies visit colleges for this purpose. Final year bachelor's students after semester exams are eligible for the campus placements.
From the first year, itself student become eligible for placements over here The highest ever package over here is 8-9lakhs per annum For BBA and that's good 70-80 percent of students get placements My plan after getting the degree is to opt for an MBA
Overall the college's is best just all work procedure its slow at last government college and thing I don't like is uniform compulsory overall best experience. College also got the best college awards in the rural area and the best education all over Asia. Overall the best college. It can be one of the choices
Teachers are very friendly. Lots of opportunities for sports enthusiasts. Students are present from around the globe, so that's Lots if cultural variation. Lots of events and activities take place around the college.
Entrance exam is conducted by college and I had scored 82 out 100. We had to get prepared for it before college start and all of us are being very hard working at that time because these results affect our admissions process our marks was also being counted on merit list.
Campus placements are very bad in our college, this is biggest complaint, I have in my mind that there is no placement opportunities for students in college.
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