I think the college management can initiate an alumni program wherein old students can be invited as guest speakers and regular discussions can happen with the students
The admission was on merit and I selected this college for its curriculum and because of the experienced faculty.
The course curriculum was professionally designed and structured. All the subjects were not just relevant for Bachelors in Business Administration, but also for Post Graduation. Every subject and the curriculum helped us gain more insight into each area.
No, our college did not provide the internship. We had group projects through which were on the basis of subjects and we had to submit the detailed report post the project completion.
No, our college did not provide internship or placement opportunities as this was an undergraduate program (bachelor in business administration) and there were no campus placements for the undergraduate program. Though it was completely up to the students to get into the job and do an executive MBA/ PGDBM
Our college use to celebrate all the events/festivals but Navratri Celebration was one of the most important events. Apart from Navratri celebration we had one full week of Special Day celebration, Teachers Day Celebration, Ad-mad Show, Drama Competition, and last but not the least - Annual Day Celebration
The fee structure was slightly more as compared to government colleges, but the infrastructure and brand name had its own value. It was almost 10 times the fee for NRI students and was less than half for SC/ST/OBC in order to make it feasible for those classes
Not sure about any loan or scholarship programs then. They might have introduced a few now, but there were none during 1999 - 2002.
Campus life was great. there were enough inter-college competitions but sports was almost non-existent. There were enough inter college drama, debates, and other similar competitions. The gender ratio was also fairly OK. Navratri is one of the most important festivals was celebrated across colleges and was one of the most exciting occasion.
Alumni network is not strong enough but our senior students were fairly helpful. I think we should have regular Alumni meets and occasion where we can share our experience with the students.
Our college timings were 1:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Exams were held twice a year - Internal & External. External exams were the final university examination. The exams were usually one every day so there were no preparation holidays in between. We usually had preparation holidays before the final exams.
Admission was on merit basis - Total Percentage of 12th Standard. We had to fill up the admission form and provide the relevant documents/ proof. The selection was on the basis of cut off. There was no interview or group discussions then. The admission forms were available from the college office - admissions department. The entire procedure was well structured and simple to follow.
All the Faculty Members were well trained and experienced professionals in their respective fields. They were all dedicated not just during the session but also post the sessions as well. They were also available for discussions during the weekends. The teaching style not just made the concepts clear but also helped students develop new tricks and presentation skills
From the 5th semester onwards placements are provided. The placements are provided by each and every company. there will be no company left where the student of navrachna is not there. The placement is done by each and every company in each and every field of architecture, science, finance, literature, etc. For placements after BBA is of 20000 and after master, the average package is 12 lac to q5 lac annual.
5th or 7th. Google Amazon HCL apple Infosys all mncs is included and no of offers were made and the highest package is 38.5lakhs and average is 2.5lakhs in hdfc to Infosys. 8%maximum percentage to get the best placement. I will pursue my higher studies MBA or MA.
I have always wanted to join BBA and as my score in boards was less, this college was the best opportunity to get easily admitted. Also, this college has very high reputation. The name of this university on certificates can make a impression in front of interviewers.
Companies like Infosys, Tata consultancy services, Nirma visit our college for campus placement programs. The salary first offered is approx. 18000-20000. Trainings regarding the same is given on a earlier basis.
No placements, A placement committee was made, but most of the students were not interested in getting placed as they came from a business background and even the college did not call any company for offering placements.
After BBA placement opportunities are almost null. We must go for post-graduation to get better placement opportunities. Though the college has a placement cell it offers max to max 25k per month package. We can't even expect a good package after BBA. We must go for an MBA to get a good placement.
Positive remark can be that this is first college in India and 3rd college all over the world offering dedicated course in transportation and logistics management and technology so the college management team brings best professor around globe to teach. Negative can be that since 2018-19 was the first year of the college, there are no assistant professor but college management tries it's best to use it's existing resources fully.
Not required to pass any exam. Admission process is online now which is manage by KSKVKU . Easy to take admission. Not require good percentage only passing marks can also be take admission easily.
No, There is no availability of placement . In past there was placement done but on now days any placements are not available.
Like two sides of coin my college has two sides, The faculty is best. More is the study culture. The college helps to endure our speech and presentation. But what is the bad point is the college is not giving us education of local language and is not supp
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