The university department shifted campuses and management over the years. The last I visited was in 2010, when it was housed in the MKU campus. There were PHD students at that time.
It was a specific entrance test & Group Discussion for the course. There was an advertisement in the newspaper. The entrance dates were communicated and on selection, there was a call for the group discussion
The course curriculum was a good mix of IT and Management. Students tended to specialize in either. Some, like me, chose to take both sides seriously. The curriculum had Java programming on one side and business strategy on the other. Both components still come to use to me.
The placement cell was at that time a student organized body and did not go too far. But the course content and exposure did help in landing decent jobs for most students
Same as above. Most students joined medium or large companies in the long run of 2-3 years and salaries at that time starting at 3-4 lac per annum(2003). Which was relatively good at that time. 14 years later now. Most of the class is now in large MNCs at middle management levels
The department of entrepreneurship studies was closely associated with the Center for Entrepreneurship development, Tamil Nadu. We used to be invited to several government sponsored events on entrepreneurship. We also got to interact with other colleges in the city through college fests. We as such did not host any such events
The fee was affordable at around 18k per trimester. You had to pay fees 3 times a year for the 2 year course. Further to that there were other occasional fees and subscriptions collected, which did not exceed Rs 1000 per trimester. Again this was 14 years ago, This is as per my memory!
I did not use any form of loan or scholarship. There were opportunities for the students to work on government projects. But I am not sure about stipends.
Most students were from Tamil Nadu. Gender Ratio of male to female was almost 50/50. While most students were from BSc/ BCOM backgrounds. There were a handful of engineers. As far as economic status goes, most students were from the middle class. Not sure of any sexual orientation other that heterosexual males and females in the class
The campus was away from the university and hostel facilities were not provided. But the hostel of Tamil Nadu Theological Seminary was nearby. Most students who were not Madurai Locals stayed there. They had a decent mess which took monthly payments. This being before the mobile phone days, there was a decent telecom center in the campus
Most of the alumni connections are on social media. It has been informal and cordial. I am not aware of any job referrals which happened through these networks. I for one was able to understand the market better and prospects for jobs based on conversation with seniors
It was a specific entrance test & Group Discussion for the course. There was an advertisement in the newspaper. The entrance dates were communicated and on selection, there was a call for the group discussion. The entrance test was on general knowledge, science and math. The GD was about about the role played by men and women in society
The faculty at that time were a good mix of purely academic and those with past corporate experience. That was a good mix. All the faculty handling subjects relating to marketing had good experience on customer facing roles. Further, the IT faculty had returned from the US and had given us good pointers in preparing for the work place
100% placement is happening with students getting multiple options.This is the place where all the top companies like : Microsft,google,facebook,etc comes for placement and the average package comes to around 30-40lpa.
The courses are dealt with by highly knowledgable faculties and they take classes out of the boundaries. You get to know very well about how these theories are gonna get involved practically. Everything here is accompanied by a view to research. Electives involve Mechanical, Civil, Electrical, Electronics, Computer science, Biotechnology and a lot more.
BSAUEE and I took 32 out of 50 marks. I like the college environment and research scope of the university. My guide is also my post graduate Head while doing my M.E programme.
The courses are prescribed by doctoral committee member. The courses curriculum are well structured by the experts. The courses I have done are Research methodology, Advance Database systems, Mobile computing and Service oriented architecture.
Vit entrance examination for Ph.D. Admission Written, personal interview marks for academic performance.
Well qualified staff, Good food, and hostel facility, Lot of game opportunities. NCC, NSS and culture program contacted. The principal, every month meets the student and collects the good and bad remarks from the student and teacher.
Phd Entrance examination and scored 95%. The process followed was neat and clean. After the exam, interview, group discussion and thesis finalization before getting admission. Excellent administration and guidance from the college.
My college not proving internships of now there is no provision for internship and may be in future its possible from our college.
College management is very good. few students moments like recent protest (Ambedkar-Periyar study circle) disturbing the students attention. Ministry should allow the management to take decisions for their progress.
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