The college atmosphere is very nice for young minds. They could do better with the placement opportunities.
Appeared for Mat in which I secured 71. Applied for the exam online. Had to enter all my details and pay online. They provided me with am examination centre where I had to go and appear for the exam.
The college was under The Calicut University. And the course I took up was The Bachelors of Commerce. We had 6 semesters with 5-6 subjects per semester. The course was average. But now since the college has gotten the title of an atonomous college the courses have been upgraded.
No. There was no internship provided by the college when I was a student studying there. But now since its an autonomous college, they might have better opportunities.
Very poor. Atleast the 3 years I was in college I never heard of a very good placement opportunity at our college. Though there were a couple of companies that came, nothing extraordinary. I didn't get a chance to appear for the internship. They can provide better opportunities now since its an autonomous college affiliated to the university of calicut.
Our college was very active in organising various programmes and creating opportunities for students to portray their skills and talents in front of everyone beyond the classroom. They organsied various programs like arts day, cultural day, college day. Also celebrated many festivals like Onam amd Christmas.
Very feasible. Since the college is a government college and is affiliated by the University of Calicut the fee structure was very affordable to everyone. We had to pay a total of rs. 7000 for each year in two installments. One during the beginning of the year and one mid of the year i.e before each semester. We also had separate fee for appearing for examination each semester.
There were no loan facilities or scholarships provided by the college in particular. But there were scholarships provided by the university that was granted to students of our college, if qualified.
The campus life was very vibrant and energetic. The gender ratio is 40 -60 %. 40 % boys and 60% girls. A number of programmes and events were organised for extra curricular activities like sports and debates.Our college was always the first two in the Bzone fests.
Average. I was a day scholer. But had a lot if friends from the college hostel. The hostel is situated in the college campus. The rooms are nice and clean. The facilities provided are pretty basic. Food was also nothing extraordinary. It was decent.
Yes. Very helpful. The alumni of the college are always in contact with the staff and teachers even now. Some even come to college now and then and give us a motivating class.
Pretty decent. We had a three year course woth six semesters. Every sem we had about five to six subjects. In the course I took we didn't have any lab examinations but my batchmates from various other courses never complained of anu inconvenience caused during lab examinations.
Once the results of my 12th gradewas out, i had to wait for the college to start the admission process. They gave us a date of when they would start giving out forms. Once they gave the form i filled in the details and submitted it along with my 10th mark list and my 12th mark list and my transfer cerificate from my previous institution. I also had to provide my conduct certificate and a pgo to graph of mine. They selected the students on merit and gave us a call.
The faculty and staff of the college are very friendly. They were all very qualified for their post and most of them were updated about things happening around us and tried their best to keep us informed about everything. They organised events and programmes for us which helped us in a lot of ways.
From the 5th semester, students became eligible for placements. Some marketing and sales companies came but due to a lack of proper coordination placements were not conducted properly. A very low percentage of students got placed as most did not wish to be placed with the companies that came there. I planned for post-graduation so did not care about placements. If you plan for Post-Graduation, then study here and PG in a better college.
Negative remarks is that the quality of the teachers must be improved to some extent and there should be program for. Training the teachers and the positive remark is that the college provides enough space to explore
This college is near to my home. And also its a govt college. They provides good academic and non acadameic facilities. My Plus two friends are also get admission in this college. I have a two wheeler so this is easy to get in to the college
For merit quota under General, SC, ST, OBC, OEC, etc., apply directly to Mahatma Gandhi University through CAP (Centralized Admission Procedure). I got the admission through the CAP round as I applied to the MGU website and filled the online application form and remitted the required fee with challan printout. Online registration and submission of applications will also be specified in the university site.
Career guidance cell present in the college which organizes and coordinates with different companies and organizations for providing internships as well as job opportunities to the students. Both manufacturing and service industries visit our campus every year for the recruitment of eligible students. The cell is committed to providing proper and prompt career guidance and arranges campus selection interviews of corporates. It also conducts bank tests, coaching for students.
No Entrance examinations were needed, BMC in the nearest to my house thats why i choose this college.
Yes, placement is given by college. There are placement programs by various banks.
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