It was disappointing that there wasn't active research going on in the physics department. Nonetheless, they do encourage you to start research of your own and will provide the funds necessary if you need any. The college on the whole is good.
I chose the course because I've always been passionate about physics and I aspire to become a theoretical physicist. Admission done on the basis marks scored in 12th board exams. I scored 85.33%. For people with score below 80%, an online application needs to be filled and for people above 80%, a walk-in interview will suffice. The interview tests for your communication skills, character, academic record, Co circular record and your extra curricular record.
The curriculum is great and the faculty is really good too. As far as physics is concerned, there isn't much theoretical or experimental research going on. We do have a radio telescope and a normal telescope using which we do conduct research on the activity of soon and make astronomical observations.
They do provide internships. But since it is my first year there, I do not know much about it yet. Word is that we have a really good placement cell. But people usually opt for higher studies right after bsc. So there isn't much data there.
We have a great placement cell. But the stats are less owing to the fact that most students opt for higher studies just after completing the course. The companies that do come in are well known ones. They usually offer a decent package. The average package for people who do get a job is around Rs 1.5 lacks per annum.
The college hosts 4 major festivals in a year. They are quite big. These festivals are mainly extra curricular oriented. Apart from this, we have management festivals organized by the humanities block. The arts block holds festivals too. Each department of each block has its own festival. Participation is encouraged for outsiders as well.
The fees are extremely cheap. The college is partly government funded. Because of this, the fees are quite feasible. It cost me Rs 29000 per year. There are friends that pay Rs 40000 too. The tuition fees for me cost Rs 27000. This is the basic fee. The better your interview goes and the more your 12th board marks, the lesser your fees. On top of the tuition fees, we need to pay around Rs 2000 for sports, college maintenance and other miscellaneous charges. Wherever your fee comes out to be, you call avail scholarships based on need and merit.
Waivers are given for economically backward class. Waivers are also given for merit students. There are plenty of scholarship schemes present. The college has a tie up with 'South Indian Bank' which makes it all the more easy to get loans.
The hostel is a great place to be. The curfew is 8 pm and can be extended with permission. Has fast WiFi connectivity. The hostel is 4 storied and has clean rooms. It's not very luxurious and has only necessary and basic amenities. Hot water can be a problem in the morning if you don't get up early. The mess food is good and the kitchens are quite clean. Again, the food is basic but it doesn't disturb your balanced diet. The rooms generally have two beds, study tables and two cupboards each. Two people can stay in a room. You get to have a single room in your third year. All in all, it has enough to make you feel home.
The seniors are very helpful. The college has a good aura about it and the seniors definitely are a great part of it. There is absolutely no ragging that takes place. The seniors help with all our research projects since we are first years and it's the first time we've been involved in research.
The exams are quite rigorous. We are judged on continues assessments. We are given assignments on a weekly basis. Your final gpa is a factor of your lab marks, semester finals, mid-semester exams, internals and attendance. The labs are very frequent. We have classes for around 7 hours on average per day. This changes with the courses you opt.
The admission notification was released in the second week of April. I did not require a form and had a walk-in interview since my marks were above 80%. The administration was really nice. I got my admission done the same day. The principal was especially a nice man. The fee collected too, is solely based on merit and your interview which is a good thing.
Great faculty for the most part. Most are PhDs. They try to involve everyone and are usually very enthusiastic about teaching. The faculty for mathematics and chemistry is one of the best in India. However the same can't be said about physics. Although they are good teachers, they are not really the best on the field.
To sit in placements you need to have 80-85% attendance and you should've scored more than 65%. Very few sit in the placements, few companies are nice and popular which offer a good salary. I'll either be an intern somewhere or I'll go to Europe to pursue a master's in sound engineering as there is no college in India that offers a master's in this course.
In the final year, students are given the freedom to choose for company internships or for individual craft documentations. After completing the internships there is a college campus placement every year. The placement wing is good and IIFT students get placed in many different companies. The salary package varies according to the Merits. If not placements the students can opt for higher studies as the college provides post-graduate courses and similar diploma courses too.
We will be ready for placements from the 5th semester as we will be given training on interview skills in the 5th semester. There are many companies that visit colleges like PN Rao, Reliance, Tailorman, etc. There are good different profiles offered like merchandising, designing, retail with different packages offered from different companies. There is 100% placements assured from college also we get more options for interviews and companies. I got placed from college in Tommy Hilfiger after my degree.
Since I have not undergone this campus selection process, I might not be able to give much and accurate information about this, but can tell about what my friends have gone through, to the best of my knowledge. The students of final year are generally eligible for the campus recruitments here. Before undergoing the process, they are given special training on how to attend the interviews or group discussions and are well informed about the major expectations from the respective companies. Eminent companies like INFOSYS, TCS, ACCENTURE ETC., offer jobs on campus and around 20%of the recruitments are finalized. Many students from science background generally do not opt for the campus selections as they prefer higher education. I too considered higher studies as my priority over campus recruitments. As a result, currently I am pursuing MSc in Clinical Psychology in University Of Mysore.
Karanatka university is the best Karnatak University is a state university in Dharwad district, in the state of Karnataka in India. It was established in October 1949 and officially inaugurated in March 1950. The campus spans 888 acres (3 km?_). D. C. Pavate was the first official vice-chancellor from 1954 to 1967. The rapid development of the institution is credited to him.
GD was there and entrance exams were there, level of questions asked were upto the mark, average level questions. Donations were around 6000 for 1st yearAnd then 2 year onwards no donations.And college fees were different
Third years have been given the promise of placement. We have a placement cell and placement officers who prepare opportunities for us and guide us through the interview. My seniors have been placed in Infosys and Wipro. The package from Infosys is 20k per month. I plan to face interviews but will prefer getting a pg first.
From the 6th semister the students are eligible for the campus placements. In the 6th semester students are sent to internship .students are sent to reputed hotels based on their area of interest. My plan after the degree is want to go USA to do MBA.
The biotechnology course in the college is considered one of the best in India, and according to college rankings, the college is also the third best place in the country to pursue a BSc degree from. Besides, being a student in this college is considered respectful by a vast majority of people.
Honestly, this was college was not in my list. When I came to Bangalore I was suppose to go to a different college but there was some issue and I couldn't join and I heard about this College and just tried my luck if they are taking the admission or not. Though the college is actually good enough there are some major issues with the management department. And the campus is a bit small but attractive.
As per the college, its staff, their teaching was all well. I recommend anyine who is looking to join my college based on these factors. But it is the students that spoil the name of the college. Everyone joins the college as the fees is less and just spoil the name and environment. And most of the other students join them and make it a big scene.
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