Overall experience has been fine till now the management has been okay and not too problematic or indifferent to the issues of students.
I gave IP University entrance exam for this course and was allotted this college according to my rank.
The course is good. All the subject are the ones that would be useful to the person entering the industry in this field. Covers everything that would be necessary for students. Although focus on field work exposure could be increased a bit. Other than that I have no problems with the course.
I do not know if they provide any internships directly but they do sometimes recommend students to particular internships.
The college website says the placements are good but the faculty hasn't directly provided any information on the placements so I do not know the placement statistics and conditions of the college. Neither do I have the recent data on the placements from the pass out batch.
Our college organizes various events throughout the year. Even celebrates some festivals. They even conduct various seminars and conferences through the year. Some events are even based on particular issues and raise awareness regarding that issue.
The fee structure is a bit on the expensive aide according to me. It's not as expensive as the private colleges demand but still feels expensive if we are not getting the services we paid the amount for. Considering the amount that we are paying we deserve a lot better for that price.
I did not have any knowledge about any such policy or schemes regarding loans or scholarships for financial help.
My course has a larger proportion of females as compares to males. It has students from various states as well. It's good in terms of sports and competitions as well. It Is not too involved in politics and is fairly diverse. I do not have any idea about the economic status of the students.
Our college does not have hostel services and no affiliation with any PG. Students that are from outside Delhi quota find PGs that are at a close distance to the college and are affordable. But Our college has a canteen and the food quality is fine.
Most interaction I've had with seniors was during the first two weeks of college but they are fairly helpful an provide the details of how things work in the college.
The internals certainly do have that hectic vibe due to the written and viva exams being held on adjacent dates without even a day's gap, but the external exams are set comfortably leaving time in between to revise the syllabus, having two or three days to go over everything.
The Institute was allotted according to my rank, then I had to visit the college campus with all the documents. It was a bit messy as the university did not provide any list of the documents required and the list put up by the main university did not exactly match that required by the college.
Faculty is fine. Some of it has recently joined the college. They are well qualified in their particular fields. Some of the faculty is very strict. But then I guess it is sometimes necessary to maintain the discipline. In short the faculty is okay.
In 3rd year students get placements. They usually get internship proposals during every year by the college to work in some media houses or if you don't get any internship college to organize summer training for 1st-year student and give them a task such as article writing(in BJMC).
Campus placements are not a thing here, as I have understood till now. Nonetheless, a student is eligible for placements once he/she passes the fifth semester. My batch is yet to pass the fifth semester as the time I am writing this review is the COVID times. I literally don't have much idea about the percentage of placements and to be honest, I don't want to know. I have my own plans and I am finding myself a job after the degree. One thing I would like to mention is that these are my personal views, there may be some differences while others review this.
This college promises to give you placement if you are seriously want to make your future bright. They have strong bond and relationships with the big channels and the anchors. They have connections with popular and big faces.
I was really interested in Event Management right after my 12th and my subject preference falls under the course BA(JMC). I was in Delhi university doing B.A programme but then I dropped out of it just because that course wasn't creative enough for me and didn't provide with much choice of subjects. The thing I like the most about my new college is that faculty is very helpful and polite.
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