The college management is co-operative with the students. The transparency of the management and the interaction with the students allows a better co-ordination amongst the students. But there is still some sort of improvement in the administration process and a better working of the administration with the student parliament body.
I joined my college after I qualified IIT JEE Advanced Examination. I scored 224 marks in IIT JEE 2015. I chose this college as it had the best placement statistics in the pass-out batch of 2015 and the institution had some rich history to support its excellent performance.
The course structure is well structured to the growing demands of the society in terms of a good engineer of the nation. The core subjects of the department are supported by electives which the candidates can choose on their interests and study the same. The allotment of the electives is done on the basis of the CPI of the student. Each candidate has to take up an elective course each semester. The credits of the course depend on the content of the course and the number of classes intended for the purpose.
Yes, our college provides on-campus internships. These internships are mostly paid internships and the stipend varies over the companies. The highest paid internship was offered by Tower Research Capital followed by Hindustan Unilever Limited. The companies vary from software and coding profiles to core engineering. The biggest names in the list of companies coming for the internship were Goldman Sachs, Nvidia, Microsoft, Samsung, Tata, Hindustan Zinc, Pepsico amongst others. The overall experience of the students is somewhat satisfactory. Though not all the students are able to get on campus internship offers, but the students with that calibre are able to cut the edge and bag the opportunity.
The placement scenario at my college is one of the best in the country. It has been the third consecutive year of the highest package offered by any company to an undergraduate in India. The companies include Microsoft, Goldman Sachs, Oracle, Reliance, Samsung, CISCO, TELCO, EXL, Ola, OYO, Avery Dennison, Futures First, Vedanta amongst many others. The maximum package offered was around 1.8 lacs by Microsoft. The average package of the college was around 8 lacs.
The major events in my college are Technex (the annual techno-management fest), Spardha (the sports fest) and Kashiyatra (the cultural fest). Apart from this, the departments have their individual fests which witnesses participants from across the nation. The fests have gained wide popularity over past couple of years. The fests have received national and local companies as sponsors.
The recent fee hike in the IITs has made the fee structure a bit on the expensive side. The total fees are divided into two categories, the academic fee and the mess fee. The mess fee is charged around Rs. 12,000 and the academic fee is round about Rs 1,05,000 per semester. The availability of loans by various banks and institutions allow the students to complete their education.
The students can avail MCM scholarship if their household income is less than 6lacs and they fall in the top ten per cent students of the branch. Along with, there are several other scholarships from the Alumni of the college and other national level scholarships.
The students can enjoy a perfect campus life in the college and they can enjoy playing sports like Cricket, Football and any other sport of their choice. The various clubs span various sectors of science and technology including astronomy, robotics, aeromodelling and sustainable development. The gender ratio is on a downside, but the current reservation of girls in the college seats would definitely enhance the scenario. Different clubs organise their workshops and often organise events giving away prize money with the funds of their respective clubs.
The hostel rooms are given on a twin sharing basis to the students. The college has enough hostels in the campus to accommodate the number of intake per year. The hostels are provided with internet facilities, water coolers and all the necessary requirements for a student life. Every hostel has table tennis hall, badminton courts along with mess and canteen facilities.
The vast alumni network of the college is really supportive of the currently studying students. They support the students through regular interaction sessions, funding of scholarships through personal ends.
Each semester is evaluated by a mid-semester examination and an end semester examination. Each subject has some allotted marks for class attendance, assignments and class response. The weight of these depends on the concerned convener of the subject. The subjects with lab classes as well have some marks allotted to the lab work and experiments. The journals of the lab are evaluated for the assessment of the students.
After qualifying IIT JEE, there was the joint seat allocation by JOSAA on the basis of All India Ranks. The candidates had to fill in their preference of college, course and the degree they wanted to pursue in the institute. The seat allocation was a three-round process where one can float, freeze or slide their allotted seat. Floating means the candidate may be allotted a seat in any choice which is listed above the seat which he has been allotted in this round. Freeze option means that the candidate does not want to be considered for any further round of placement and he accepts the seat. Sliding option means that the candidate can be allotted a seat in the same college if there are available seats in the further round of allocations. Candidates were to report to their convenient IIT out of Mumbai, Delhi, Kanpur, Kharagpur, and Guwahati with the necessary documents. After the verification was done, they were eligible to report at their respective colleges and from there on the procedure varied from college to college. In my case, I had to do online profile registration from the link on the website and then report with all the necessary documents.
Being one of the prominent institutions of the nation and serving the nation since so long, the faculty team is a blend of the experience of senior professors, the enthusiasm of young professors joining each year and the ability of the students to learn the most out of them. Each of the faculty members has a minimum qualification of Ph.D. to be able to take the classes. The faculty members are allotted relevant subjects from their area of research and interest and hence, they have the perfect command over what they teach.
Students are eligible to take part in a college placement drive during their 3rd year in the UG degree. From what I've heard, the placement committee is good, and the companies offering placement are the top companies in India including the top auditing firms like Infosys, HCL, WIPRO, etc.
Students have to complete an internship program in their area of specialization during the 7th semester. All the students after their 6th semester become eligible for campus placements. The placements offered are very good. Companies like Infosys , Wipro, HCL, IBM, Amazon, etc. depending on the course studied. At the end it depends on the capability of the student.
In my 3rd year or can say during the 5th and 6th semester I started appearing in campus placements. Now, the name of the companies visited our college were Naukri.com, TCI, HDFC Bank, Infosys, Accenture, Cognizant, Amazon, Trade India, Genpact.
Students are eligible from the penultimate semester for placements. Accenture and Wipro were bulk recruiters with 1000+ offers, pay package was 3.5 lakh PA The biggest pay was from a Japanese company, only 2 offers made at 32 lakh PA
I chose MNNIT Allahabad as it is one of the best engineering colleges in north India. Moreover, it has great coding culture and placement statistics. The institute is 60+ years old and thus has a great alumni base, to take guidance from. Plus, it was the first college in India to start a Computer Science and Engineering branch. The admission process takes place through JoSAA after giving Jee Mains exam. I read various blogs on quora for comparing my own college with other IITs and NITs and came to the conclusion that I will choose MNNIT.
Our college is quite well known for campus placements and average as well as highest package is very good. Companies visiting for software development are very good including Microsoft, Amazon, DE Shaw, Goldman Sachs, Myntra, Flipkart, Codenation, etc. More than 90% of the students get placed (in software field) every year and the rest opt for higher studies or civil services or entrepreneurship. I want to go for corporate job after getting my B.Tech degree.
Placements are been offered from the 6th semester. Many companies are visiting in college. The whole year companies are coming and offering jobs to students. Average package is about 4 lakhs per annum and the highest is more than 8-10 lakhs. Percentage required is just 60%. After getting the degree I have planned for the job. Ist I will go for govt jobs than private.
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