The college library is truly amazing. Library comprises of two reading rooms with a seating capacity of 160 students, and a main Library, which houses more than 19500 books and Project Reports. The library follows Dewey Decimal Classification. Our Library also has a good digital collection of VCDs on core management topics like team building, delegation, human resources management etc. published by Rangnekar and Associates. There is also a good collection of audio cassettes.
Admissions will be made strictly according to the rules and procedures laid down by the University of Pune and CSIT and the entrance test to be conducted by the college on first come first serve basis. Students need to have a minimum 45% of marks in class 12th examinations to be eligible to apply in the college. Group discussion and interview is also taken before finalizing a candidate.
The college organized an event this year at a very large scale. The theme of the event was Swacchh Bharat Abhiyaan, providing lessons to participating students and telling them the importance of our environment and if not preserved and treated carefully, we will be the ones to suffer. This was the best event for me throughout the year and I would recommend college to organize it every year.
Exam structure is pretty good and you will find a lot of time during the examinations to revise the syllabus. I like the way the college manages the examinations in other venue and a lot of visiting and temporary faculties are hired to invigilate during the examinations. We were also given a lot of assignments and we were given marks based on the assignment we submitted.
Faculties of the college have been very friendly and supportive throughout the year. The teachers were true mentors and helped me and my friends to clear our doubts and encourage us to pursue the difficult subjects that we found impossible to study. The faculty also made sure that all the students score well in the internals so that there is less burden during the external examinations.
3rd year is the year one gets qualified to have placements and get the interviews done. The average package is 10lakhs. Almost 99 percent of students who apply for placements get it done. I will be pursuing higher education that is my master's.
Our college offers the best placements, many companies like jp Morgan, Tata, Annexure and a lot of other companies visit our college for an interview and select the students who have potential. Moreover, they offer paid training and the timing is flexible.
Placements are Average for the Undergraduate Courses in the college but if you are in the top 10% of your batch you don't have to worry about anything. But I think if placements are your sole aim for admission it will be better if you yourself work towards your employment as opportunities are plentiful. You will be placed for sure but the quality of placement for the rest 90% is 3-4LPA at best . Which gives you a good ROI but still most people in my batch went for Higher Education so the competition for placement is low. I'm still in my 2nd year but I have worked closely with the placement cell, So you can count on me with the figures.
After 3rd-semester students become eligible for campus placements. Companies such as Tata, Bazaz, money roller etc and a lot of offers are made. The average placement package is 7 lakh. The highest placement package 20 lakh. I will pursue MBA after BBA.
From 3rd year students of BBA & 2nd year for MBA. Aditya Birla - 21 offer, Amazon - 2, ICICI Bank-19. Domestic Highest package is 18 lac/- & International 54 lac/- for BBA students last year placement percentage in Pandemic was 89% via an online interview. After getting the degree of BBA, I will apply for law.
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.
Since I'm in the first year of BMS I did not get placement till now. But my few friends got internships from the first semester only. Dont know about the package but my friend got 6000 rs for 3 months as she was fresher and also it was work from home. My friend was average in studies 70_80%. My plan after my degree is to pursue an MBA.
Christ college Pune is a decent college where you can maintain your acedamic performance and explore many cultural events which will turn you into a different person when you will pass out as well as you will observe culture diversity in the college.
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