I didn't have to sit in any exam for opting this course in this college. It was open for all and it had a cut out marks, i.e., getting first division in higher secondary examinations. I chose sociology as it deals with the various points of society and social beings. I wanted to learn sociology because it had many scopes too in future.
I did an honours course in sociology. The syllabus was vast but immensely interesting. There were two parts Part 1 and Part 2. Part 1 involved 2 years and Part 2 involved 1 years. In the first part i had to study sociology along with two other pass subjects and for me they were economics and political science along with english, bengali and environmental studies.
No stipends were given as there were no internships held in our college. It is a general college and not a tech college.
There were no placements or no companies came to the campus as it was a general college rather than a tech college in my times. But yes graduating from Asutosh College was considered good as it was a renowned college in our city Kolkata. Students passing out do get much opportunities.
The list consist of the following-- saraswati puja, college feast, freshers welcome, teachers day, fairwell parties, annual day drama, singing and dancing competitions, band contests, party anniversaries, foundation day celebrations, cultural meets. All events were well organised. Most of the students participate in various segments. Prizes were organised along with bouquets for professors to felicitate every ones hardwork.
It was very much feasible in the year 2004. My total yearly fee was Rs 7000. Monthly i had to pay Rs.91 and I had to donate for party funds too. Books were expensive but mostly available in college library and also in City Libraries.
No I have no idea about any scholarship or loan facilities that were offered by college. But yes appreciations in terms of money were rewarded. Also if shown that one cannot afford then sponsors were searched and appointed.
I didn't opt for hostels or pgs or mess. But I did hear them to be qualitative enough. The food was good and the hostel facility was limited to fewer students. The rooms were small but clean. The food was average. PG rentals were mostly for Rs. 1000 to Rs. 1500 at the max without food. Food was available around the college campus.
The exams structure was very good and not at all tiring or overcrowded. Half yearly and annual exams were taken other than main board exams but they didn't exhaust us as it was much needed as to know where I stood. Other than these weekly assessments were taken by professors in regular intervals.
I was keeping an eye on the college notifications of various colleges and when I heard about this one i rushed to get it. I had to stand in a long queue with my father from early morning. Around the noon, i got my form after submission of a nominal charge.
Our faculty was one of the best ones. From our H.D to the lecturers they were great teachers. They took utmost care and invest in much quality time to illustrate each topic in details. Proper notes were read out by all teachers and professors every day that helped us a lot. All works were done in class leaving a lot less to do at home.
I'm not not sure about the placement but I do remember during my admission I had to fill one form where I was been asked whether I'll opt for job or study further, it was kind of a placement registration. Though my college have a good placement cell where 35 to 40 companies visit including the likes of TCS, Ernst & Young, PWC, Deloitte, Oracle, Axis Bank, KPMG, Indigo to name a few. People like me with theoretical background have to work harder to get placed into such companies as this time it's about skills you possess not only the degree you carry.
From the 5th Semester, students will be eligible for campus placements. Till now we got three Campus Recruitments by Wipro, Amazon, and Capgemini. There are other placements too. One might consult the In-campus Career Counsellor for suitable jobs in the future. Moreover, the professors were always ready to help us giving the leads of other job placements as well.
On average, 60% of the students got placements in the college. The highest salary offered was Rs. 30,000, the lowest was Rs. 8,000 per month and the average was Rs. 12,000. The mechanic, accountants, assistant manager, etc., were the roles offered to students in the college. About 45% of the students got internships from the college with a minimum of Rs. 5,000 to a maximum of Rs. 10,000 stipend during the internship. There is a placement cell in the college, it is much efficient and useful for students.
As I said In the last review, I am so new in this college that I literally do not know anything. But about the placement of our college, there is none, like literally none, there is no placement policy or support. But I am totally okay with it as I am preparing for UPSC
Infrastructure is well developed, study material is so energetic, teacher provides valuable guidance, feedback, hospitality facilities is extremely good. Proper hostel facilities, library and many more
Students are verified through their personality test, various tasks, written exam and many more things, Gd process is different from other universities and extremely fair and not partial
The students become eligible for placements in their third year of the undergraduate program. Companies like Zomato, Itc, Cognizant have conducted placement drives in the college. Salaries range from 1 to 3 lakhs per annum. A dedicated placement cell is in place for conducting the placements.
No. I cant give any negative remarks to my college where i have spent many memories.Very strong memories are there.Fron bunking class to give exam without knowing the syllabus, there is lot of things i cant forget if i want to.
After applying for the specific subject online,they will prepare merit list, they call according to seats for the respective subject.After getting sms, you need to go to college to pay the admission fee and you are done
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