Teachers were good and the subject curriculum made it best. The exams were not a big tension and life was cool within myself. Just one thing, it was quite far from the city, so I wouldn't recommend staying close to it and I wish the crowd was better because people here was the only issue with me during the whole college life.
There was no as such entrance examination for getting in here, rather, I gave a phone interview to get selected. Minimum criteria were 60% in 10+2 which I had so it was smooth for me. I chose BA in English because I was never interested in other subjects, even in my school time. Choosing English gave me the power to love the studies which most students can't because they're forced into their course.
The course was tougher than I had anticipated, but exciting, nonetheless. I had subjects of English Literature as well as Psychology and Sociology. Choosing the latter subjects provided a connection of human psyche, emotions, and behaviour which was the best combination for me. As far as practical learning is considered, there's no need for it because English itself is a practical language. The subject was all about the theoretical things because as such there is nothing practical in the course. But yes, some plays and dramas were organised that could be counted as our practicals.
There are no such internships for the Literature students and neither we need it but yes my technical and commerce friends did get internships. Some get internships that are offered by the university and rest find it from outside. Their experiences varied depending upon the company they got internship in and the stipend too varied.
Being an English Literature student I never cared about placement, nor I have any knowledge of it. Most of us either become writers or lecturers in universities but for that more higher education is required. I cannot comment on companies visiting the campus, because I don't know. My course definitely needs higher studies so I focussed myself there.
Festivals or events, to be exact, happened almost all the time whether it was sports or art. Usually, they comprised of the department that held the event or the whole university. Sometimes they included other colleges and universities too. I can say that the college authorities did contribute and encouraged students to participate in the events.
The fee was Rs. 30,000 per annum and it was quite affordable. Although it was more as compared to Delhi University for the same course but the quality of teaching here was much better. There was an additional fee of Rs. 1000 that has to be paid per semester as per Activity Fee, that made my total expenses as Rs. 32,000/year.
The meritorious students getting more than 80% were rewarded in the form of scholarships. The college also launched a special scholarship scheme for women (I am not sure of the details). I didn't avail for any loans but as far I know, the college did not provide help in getting loans .
I was the president of the Literary club, the vice president of Dance club, and the member of Photography club and Music club. I have always done things my way so it was hard for me to coordinate, but I enjoyed my time in the clubs very much. The college was very supportive and helped us in everything that was needed for the clubs to function well.
Yes, I stayed in the hostel in my second and third year. It was the best hostel in every possible way. The fully furnished rooms, the food, the services, the facilities everything was perfect. There were double bed AC and Non AC sharing rooms and fee differed for both of them. The fees was 1.25 lacs for the rooms.
There was no Alumni interaction. Alumni Meets were held but very few seniors attended. No such body was there to regularly connect with the pass outs and give an update to the current students about the various achievements that were being made by our seniors. Though, students were personally connected with the seniors.
We had one mid-semester exam of 20 marks and one end semester exam of 60. Rest marks were counted in the internals. I never felt burdened due to the exams. Even if I did, it was because I always try to 'over prepare' for the exams.
The teachers were either MA or PhD in English Literature. They were very friendly and the teaching method was far better than I had hoped. They provided us with their emails and phone numbers as well so we could make our queries whenever we wanted without hesitation. They were always considerate of us and our future. They always boosted my confidence whenever I was going through bad times.
I am from Social Science Background. So placement comes during the final year of our course. The placement is not high as compared to the placement of IIT BHU, MBA faculty. But students are free to intern under any legit organization. The students with better grades, better experience of an internship, and good speaking skills get placed. My plan after getting a degree is to continue masters degree.
In Graduation, Some final year students who opted for some other languages in their Honours subject become eligible to gain placements of some big universities to gain higher studies there. In IIT, there have so many placements per year because all students have their best degree and best knowledge as well. Approx 10 companies visited Banaras Hindu University per year to select some talented students to give them high- profiled jobs. I also want to become a professor at the same college where I am reading now. I also want to serve my knowledge to other new generation as I gain from my teachers.
College is known for its good education system and faculties teaching method, admission can be done directly going to the college after filling the online admission form. Will prefer other students they can also take admission in this college.
No entrance exam
Interested in reasearch. institution was nearby my town.got admission in my first preferred branch.waman take biology as majors.this branch is good for biological sciences.has best faculty in biological sciences.
This institution is not meant for placement and job opportunities.rather it's more about passion and interest in your selected subject. opportunities are many as you get exposure to many other areas through campus clubs.IEC has done a great job in providing opportunities for entrepreneurship.
Actually, the question you are asking me is not coming under my level. I don't know anything and yeah if you require all these types of the question then you are most welcome to my university. And see every college, the university gives an opportunity to get a job etc.
No Placement, Sometimes the result declaration is very late, i like the students Union of this College which gives an opportunity to youth to raise their voices and develop the leadership skills in themselves.
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