College is a good one overall. No complaints from my side. Yes, the faculty can be improved and focus on sports should increase but that doesn't compels me to speak a bad word about this college. Come here, and I assure you that you are going to have best time of your life here.
Initially I wanted to drop a year and go for coaching . So the only exam which I chose to give was JEE-Mains. I scored 97 marks out of 360. I think this is the best I could have scored as I was not prepared mentally to give the exam. I just wanted to give the exam as a test of my prior knowledge. I got AIR-122264. So going by that, I had applied for Jaypee Institute of Information Technology. Luckily I got admission in it. The reason I chose this college was that my family didn't allow me to go for coaching and take a year drop. Moreover this college had a good repute so I decided to go for it.
The course curriculum is good and well updated according to the latest industry demands. Well, I would like to mention that this is one of the greatest benefits of being in a deemed college. The college can take its own decisions and can change the syllabus and curriculum quickly according to their wish. They don't have to go to higher authorities for this. Well coming to the electives, the students are given a choice for electives from 3rd semester onwards in Humanities Department subjects and from 5the semester onwards in core subjects. The electives cover a wide range of fields and are well in with the latest market demands.
Well college does not provide any internship or training by its own, but there are many companies visiting the campus looking for students who can intern with them. Every year before the start of summer vacations, many companies offer internships to 3rd year students.
This is the sector in which we leave many good colleges behind. The placements in our college has been good even during the worst of market times. Coming to average package and the highest one, the average package is around 3.5 lakhs and the highest package last year offered was 27 lakhs by Amazon. We have many companies visiting our campus from wipro, infosys, TCS, Deloitte, etc. The placements are better in CSE as compared to ECE.
College life is good and you will enjoy your time here. We have our annual fest named as "IMPRESSIONS". It is a 2 day fest in which many technical and cultural events are organised. Usually it is scheduled in February. Besides this, we have sports meet every year, dandiya night during navratras, a technical fest, many quizzes and competitions for dance, singing, theater plays, etc.
Fee structure is a bit on a higher side as compared to colleges from UPTU. The annual fee which I pay is Rs. 2,70,000. This includes Rs. 55,000 academic fee per semester, Rs. 55,000 hostel fee per semester and Rs. 50,000 development fee per year. There is also a security deposit of Rs. 10,000 deposited at the time of joining the institute which is fully refundable. The fee structure is a bit high though.
There is one William Webster scholarship being offered to the students from poor back ground and who have given a good academic performance consistently. But personally I do not know anyone who has recieved the scholarship. Educational loans are offered from all the leading banks.
If you are a male and willing to join the ECE branch, then you are going to miss girls here. The gender ration is very poor in ECE branch, but comparatively good in CSE branch and way higher in Biotech branch. Students come from all over the country but are mostly hailing from Uttar Pradesh and Delhi-NCR. You will miss sports in here. Our college administration doesn't pay much focus on sports. But that doesn't mean that we do not have any sports facilities. We have courts for basketball, volleyball and badminton and a practice pitch for cricket.
Hostel is very good and mess food is just fine. The food is way better as compared to other colleges. The menu has variety and is changed every week. Milk is available both times-during breakfast and dinner. Lunch includes salad and a sweet dish every day. Coming to the hostel, we have seperate hostels for boys and girls. There are enough hostel seats and so going for the PG'S is not advisable. Hostel rooms are central air conditioned and are large enough. We have 2-seater rooms. Single rooms are not available.
Seniors are very helpful. They are going to be your guides for your minor projects, major projects, lab work etc. There is absolutely zero ragging. Campus is ragging free and has strict rules to handle any such behaviour. Coming to the alumni, there is an online platform, where the alumni can register itself, but do not know much about how it works.
Well if you decide to join this college, then be prepared to always occupy yourself with exams. There is nothing like sessionals or internals here. We have examinations 3 times per semester. Out of total 100 marks per subject, 20 marks are for test-1, 20 marks are for test-2, and 35 marks are for test-3. Rest 25 marks are Teacher's assessment which includes assignments, attendance class participation, etc.
I had given JEE-Mains. I expected a score of 93-94 in that after the exam. I then decided to apply for Jaypee Institute of Information Technology(JIIT). The institute takes admission only on the basis of All India Rank basis. Generally, for the main campus of JIIT, i.e., Sector-62 campus, the CSE closes around AIR-60,000 and ECE closes around AIR-1,00,000. But hoping for the best, I applied for it. I got an AIR-1,22,264. Luckily, I got the ECE branch in the Sector-128 campus initially, but was later upgraded to sector 62 campus.
Faculty is average. Nothing too special in this regard. The faculty quality is good enough but definietly we do not have the best teachers in our campus. The student to teacher ratio is good and most of the teachers have done M.tech. There are many who also possess a doctorate degree. Many teachers also have some teaching experience of IIT's.
Placement scenario is good in the college a student preparing for the company gets placed Many mnc's come here to recruit the students like Wipro,ceat,L&t, etc. Avg. Package of the student ranges from 4 to 5 lac per annum On an average 50 to 60 % student get placed
The college placement is good. Almost 85% of students are placed through campus placement drive on a good salary package. The average salary package varies from 4 to 6 LPA. Top core companies like coca-cola, Ericsson, NTT Data, etc., and IT companies like HCL, HP, TCS, NIIT, etc. visit our college for campus recruitment.
From the 6th semester, students are eligible for campus placement. Many companies come like Wipro, Hyundai mobis, L & T infotech etc comes for campus placement. Almost 80%gets selected. I am planning for Masters after BTech.
More than 70% get placement in our college. The highest package is upto 32 lakhs, the average package is 7-9 lakhs and the lowest package is 3 lacks. There are many companies which come for recruitment such as TCS, Wipro, L&T, Johnsons, Infosys. etc.
over the year I noticed, the college had 75-80% successful placements among the students who had applied. cognizant, HCL Tech, Infosys was a few of the recruiting companies. 90-95 % of students had internships in various companies across India and abroad.
Best placement records, infrastructure, teaching method, advance technology, decipline, eco-friendly environment, placement training, helpful staff, college facilities, academic records etc.
I had given the JEE Main But I am not selected in NITs and also I had given the UPSEE and that time I am selected in IT branch So it is the reason behind choosing this college. And now I am satisfied with my colleagues and myself.
College is something that everyone, at least sometime in their life, strives for. It’s the finish line that many cross after running the twelve-year race that is the education system. Go to college, get a job, settle down, have a family. But, sometimes it costs more than it’s worth. And sometimes it’s not the end goal that’s in mind. Here are some pros and cons of getting a college education: Pros: Gain a better education: College is a tool for you to use to further your education. You’re able to learn more about the things you love, and about the things you don’t. College means more classes, which means more information for your brain to soak up. More job opportunities Many jobs require at minimum a college education. And with a diploma behind your belt, that means that more high-paying and interesting jobs are going to be available to you. Employers usually don’t bother with your resume unless you have a college education. New experiences Outside of your hometown, there are countless people for you to meet, and new places to go, and college is a way to do that. As an adult on campus, you will have so much more freedom. Freedom to check out that new coffee shop down the street, or wander around campus at your leisure. It’ll all be new to you, a breath of fresh air in your life. Try new things and see new people. Get outside of your comfort zone/boundaries When you go to college, you’re expected to be independent. You won’t have anyone holding your hand the entire time, instead you will have to do things by yourself. This will test your limits, and while it can be stressful at times, you’ll find that you’re capable of so much more than you expected. Cons: Debt/Student loans It’s common knowledge: college costs money. It’s expensive, and while scholarships help, they only help to ease the future debt. Student loans are an option too, but once you graduate they’ll come knocking on your door. This lack of money that is common among college students leave them turning out their pockets and turning towards their family, friends, and the bank for a way out. Stress School is stressful, and college is going to be even more stressful. You’re more or less on your own. It’s up to you to email professors, to get yourself to class, to figure out how to graduate. Even though you’ll have counselors as resources, having to be independent is still going to stress you out. Jobs don’t require college education There are successful careers that doesn’t require their employees to have a college education, like veterinary technicians, opticians, and dental hygienists. These jobs pay well, and offer you a steady income and way to have a comfortable life. Famous/rich people without college education Think of Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, and Ellen DeGeneres. All three have something in common: lack of a college degree. Many celebrities and entrepreneurs started a semester or two of college, but eventually dropped out without graduating.
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