The only thing that I don't like is our courses' name I.e bsc in homes cience, we all hate this srsly. We study physics , chemistry, communication, hd, and we get to hear like what do u do in home science, Cook food, Stich clothes. This is what we get to hear from people who don't have any knowledge about our subjects the college management is good, the only thing that I would want is that they don't support the college societies much, they should support them,they don't even give them funds, students manage their funds on their own.
There was no entrance exam for this clg, it was on merit basis. I took admission here because Is has so many fields with in it, and I was really not sure what course to opp,so I got into this.
I'm really not very much satisfied with the course curriculum because randomly we get physics, chemistry in one sem where as we are studying foods and subject like human development side by side. But our syllabus is quite cool, we don't have to study all those things in deep when talking about physics and chemistry, but still there should be some change in this.
Yes, we have a placement cell for the same and they keep providing us with internships but most of them are unpaid, which I dont find good, I think the placement cell should be a bit more active.
The placement opportunities I guess are good, because we have communication,resource managment, human development,foods, and this is our plus point, we can apply for many fields, I'm not much aware of the companies as I'm in second year right now.we don't get to know about it now.
Ohhh, my college events. They are just amazing!! I guess I have the only college where we have rain dance on freshers party, and have 2 fresher parties and this time we had sukhe the rapper with us on our delhi times freshers. And feria, Our cultural fest, that's the best thing, best event, we have one of the best fests seriously.
I feel our fee structure is expensive as compared to other du colleges, but it is because of our labs and practicals ,but still I find it very expensive, where as other du colleges have fee structure of 6000-7000 per year, we have to pay 16-17000 per annum which is quite expensive. As well as we have other expenses too like we have to manage our heavy decorated files and we spend so much on that.
Yes I guess we do have some scholarship at our college I don't know about it much but one of our seniors has gone to new York for further studies and I don't think if any other scholarship or any other thing is there.
Ours is a girls college,and seriously we are very much motivated by all of the staff members, and everybody inspires us a lot. There's nothing wrong, seriously everything is so cool , and at the same time disciplined. We keep having conferences at our college especially in communication, and our college societies are very well known like navrang , tarkaas and poise are very famous.
Well I don't know about the hostel. But the canteens are good, we have 2 canteens in our college, one is coke canteen and another is aunty canteen, at coke canteen we have junk foods like burger, sandwich, pasta, donuts and our burger is seriously better than mcd. And aunty canteen has dosa, rajma chawal and thaali and stuff like this, recently we got both of our canteen sponsored by coca cola.
We are iheians and we are really cooperative, we all really work together, taking the recent event, the naac committe visited our college, we all worked together and really proved our selves and got ana amazing grade we got A grade from naac, our seniors truly help us in studies, they provide us with notes too.
I feel we have the strictest teachers when talking about our exam time, we have more than 2 teachers in a hall, the labs are easily accessible ans the non teaching lab staff is very helpful, I feel exams are quite hectic but labs are like very amazing ,very chilled out.
The faculty is really good, I guess I find this the only du college where teachers come regularly and teach each and every class ,they are hardly on leave, they are very much dedicated and we'll qualified,this even makes our college much better than the rest of the du colleges.
Placements are given from the 5th semester and there are various companies that visited the college including google and amazon that provided a package of 8 lakhs per annum. Due to covid 19 no. Of companies got reduced drastically last year. I am hoping that it will be alright after this pandemic. My plans are to start a startup after my graduation.
Students become eligible for campus placements in their sixth semester. The placement cell of PGDAV(M) is well reputed and around 60-70 companies visit our college for placements every year but there is not much available for students in Mathematics Hons. The average package offered to students of this course is 3lpa. The percentage of students getting placement after three years is less than 10. Most of the students opt for this course as the basics for higher studies. I too will be giving entrance exams for master after this course.
Placements of our course are not up to the mark. However, many companies visit the college at the time of the placement fair but I don't find them useful for my course. You can choose for an internship to enhance your CV
The placement cell is actually very good and provides a lot of opportunities. There is an annual internship fair also where 100s of companies come and recruit students of all years and all courses as interns and the maximum stipend for these internships even go to 10k per month for just a part-time internship. The job opportunities are there but not very good for the science stream, they are much better for commerce and humanities. There are many Tier A and tier B companies recruiting a good amount of students like VQMS, SMAASH and many NGOs also. The placement percentage is around 60% and most of the students want to do post-graduation for further growth. I have plans to do MBA after my graduation.
From the 5th semester, students became eligible for campus placements. The college is best for placements. Placement fair held in the month of March where top MNCs visit our college to recruit students for jobs. Students of courses like Bcom, BBE, IT apply in large numbers. About 60% of the students get selected for final placements every year and around 80% of the students get internships from our course. Some of the companies i.e Allen, ICICI, Genpact, etc visit our college for placements. The maximum percent of students are placed after the course ended. The highest package of the college offered is 4LPA and the lowest is 2.5 LPA. Top roles are offered to BCom, BA Hons students in the business department. E&Y is one of the top recruiting companies. Generally, companies come for commerce and arts background students in our college. I am currently preparing for MBA i.e CAT exam and want to be in one of the top B schools.
Miranda House has one the best campus in DU. It is the topmost college of Delhi University.The infrastructure according to me in the entire north campus Miranda House has best infrastructure. We have two buildings one is new and one is old, both the buildings are maintained in great manner. Hygiene is the main priority. The labs are maintained perfectly. The library of the college according to me is best. The food of our college is really good in taste and fresh as well.
the college is situated in the east of Delhi region and is affiliated to DU and offers only courses related to nursing and medical fields. the college opts for the entrance test for the admissions in the college. the college admissions is based on the admission list prepared by the college on the basis of marks scored in the entrance test.
no the college doesn't provide internship to the students but there are several medical associations and chambers who visit the college campus for the placements to the students but only can make it. the remaining rest will have to look on their own.
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