DAV did not require the students to sit through any entrance examinations.There was only this interview conducted before the admissions. For me the interview didn't present any real challenge. It was quite a basic one. I came to know about the college from one of my seniors in school who had joined DAV. I chose this course because I like the subject, especially programming and want to make a career in the computer field. It is something which I think has a lot of scope, with so many technological advancements coming on everyday.
Yes, I found the course to be really good. I love the subject and it has a nice curriculum which takes us through all the major topics which a Computer graduate needs to learn. Of course we are not made to focus on theory alone. That won't be well for our course. I think we had as much practical sessions, as theory classes and sometimes even more. There were practical sessions almost everyday, where we learned programming in detail. The college didn't take up any research initiatives.There were pretty limited electives to chose from and that's sad.
The didn't encourage students much to take up on internships. Only few of my friends actually did any. There was nothing available inside the campus, anyway and most of them had work from home internships. The students who were interested in pursuing internships were provided pieces of advice when they approached the faculty. They did help by providing information on what kind of internships would be helpful for us in the course that we are doing and all that stuff. I wish they did have internships, though. It would have been an experience for us all.
Placement Scenario in DAV was pretty good. Although the college did not attract all the top level multi nationals, there were some really great companies. All of the students apply for them. About 20 to 30 percent of the students who apply for placements got in with some company or the other. Some major recruiters were companies like TCS, Amazon, IBM, ICICI, Aon etc. I don't really know about the average package given. But I suppose it wasn't a really bad one with all these companies.
The college hasn't got too many events in the academic year. We also do not have occasion to organize as many fests as we would like to. The major ones are the Youth Festival and the Sports day. The former is an opportunity for us to engage in our artistic tastes such as dancing and music. These are all arranged with help from the management. There are funds too for these programs from the management's side.
DAV has a heavy fee structure, even in comparison. For the course I took the total fee was somewhere around 2 to 3 Lakhs. It is a very huge sum for a three year course, because it does not include anything like hostel fee or mess fee. I also found that they keep increasing it every year. It actually wasn't an easily affordable sum for everyone of my friends. The fee is fixed by the college management so there is nothing to complain about. Also this is a professional course so it is normal to have a heavy fee on it.
Yes, the College does provide a Scholarship to those students who cannot afford the whole of the fees. They kind of share the fee responsibility with the students. I have some friends who have availed these facilities, but I wasn't eligible for one of these. The college doesn't help students in getting any loans. It is all upon us.
There is a separate sports Day in college which is an intra-collegiate competition. We have facilities to train ourselves in various kinds of sports like football, hockey, soccer, long-distance running, badminton et cetera during the after-school hours. The best part is that we get to do the adventurous outdoor activities like rock climbing, downhill skiing, and kayaking. It is all very exciting.
I didn't stay in a hostel. So I don't personally know much about the hostel accommodations. There are a few students in my class who stay in PGs outside of the college campus. They do not talk greatly of the stay there and the food is only just tolerable because there is a lot of repetition of the same stuff several times in a week. In total, hostels are not really great around here.
We had interactive sessions with alumni. It was really helpful in my studies. I got to talk to some students who had passed out of my college about the career option available after college. They helped me to move with some focus towards getting a job.
The exams are not conducted frequently at all. I guess you could actually call it a chill culture. For me, the exams were a means to gauge my abilities and knowledge. It doesn't stress out or exhaust me in any way. I was free most of the time to pursue my interests outside study too and enjoyed the college life.
The DAV actually has a good faculty. They are all well-qualified and has a lot of experience. It is really nice to have such supportive teachers. They all encourage us to learn the subject well. It is not just a classroom study, we actually have all kinds of discussions. They all keep themselves updated on the technological changes so it benefits us extra. They are pretty supportive in all academic related stuff and are approachable anytime during class. I did consult them myself a few times for clarifications on topics and it helped me learn better.
I think after the 4th or 5th semester students become eligible for campus placements in bachelors or in 1st sem of a masters degree, various Multinational countries visit LPU for placement like Microsoft google, in 2019 highest placement in LPU is in engineering i.e 45 lakh per annum offered by Microsoft and also in management i.e 17 lakh per annum offered by SHOBHA developers. The percentage of student to get placement in lpu is approx 93%. After my bachelor's degree, I will do a master and then a job as a software developer.
Nothing is negative remarks about the our college. There are so many positive aspect of our college. College are situated on the laps of nature, and all type of transport are available. Near railway station are available and off course college is situated just behind the N.H.
All the students would be required to submit several documents including class 10th examination certificate, class 10th and 12th mark sheets, character certificate, class 12th provisional certificate, ST/SC certificate, OBC certificate, transfer certificate from school along with the migration certificate (in case the student has done his/her schooling from outside Delhi) and three passport size photographs self-attested by the student
Last year placement percentage was 50%. The highest package was about 21 LPA. The lowest package was about 6 LPA. The average package was between 6 to 7 LPA. The percentage of students getting placement from the campus has increased since last 3 years. Almost every student can do internship from the campus some companies like Outlook India, Happily Unmarried, Empower India etc.
This college is the best college for Bathinda students from around 3 to 4 districts comes to this college as it is the best college in malwa region. It has transportation which covers the wide range of 75kms. It provides hostels for both boys and girls and I feel the fees is feasible too. So I like this college on thes positive aspects.
Give them 500 rupees for the prospectus and form will be there in prospectus. After that fill the form and submitte to them you should clear your 12 and you can get admission. There is no interview, no need of high percentage. Just pay fees
My course is bca and the study is very easy even you study a night before you will get pass, college moto is to take money and give students degree, exam pattern is same as other colleges, camera and teachers and a sheet to fill.
Overall the college is one of the best and oldest college in punjab. Nearly about 100 years are completed by the college. One of the highest rating credited by NAAC. In sports or other curriculum activities one of best college thus so far. College has provided different artist to the nation.
I did my +2 in computer science vocational which made me eligible to choose BCA as my course. I chose BCA because i love computers and love to study about it and BCA is the course which fulfill my requirements. Main reason for choosing Kanya Maha Vidyalya as my college is because of its atmosphere which is not just safe but peaceful and friendly too.
Many companies like wipro, infosis, ibm and many other multinational companies came in college which mostly included BPOs. Which had placements in cities like chandigarh, noida, banglore, gurgaon etc with packages starting from 15000-20000 upto potential of students. Hunderds and even Thousands of students get recruited every year.
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