BBA isn't that tough a course. For science students - accounting might seem alien at first, but with practice and a little effort, it becomes fine and easy. The course gives a lot of practical knowledge which is definitely applied in the day to day life. A lot of industrial visits, projects, interviews, activities are carried out which implies there is a heavy focus on experiential learning. We have skill development periods every week which is not a part of the BBA curriculum. The college focuses on developing every student's attitude, personality and skills as well.
Yes, the college does provide internships. For BBA we have a foreign internship in Singapore planned at the end of the first year. And there are local internships around Bangalore between the 2nd and 3rd year.
This is my first year so I don't have complete knowledge about the placements. But seeing it happening for the final year students right now, I can say about 90% of students have already been placed. Companies like - Marico, NextGen, Simplilearn and many more have visited the college. The average package is maybe around 3.9 lakhs.
The fee structure is normal. It's about 1,65,000 per annum for BBA(might vary year to year). This fee even includes one Singapore internship which is held after the first year. All of the travel, stay, food is included in this yearly fees.
The hostel is twin sharing. It is well designed and always neat and clean. The bathrooms especially have a grand look and are hygienic. For BBA in campus hostel facilities are provided. For seniors - PGDM 2nd year there is PG provision within 500 meters radius around the campus. The hostel food is tasty too. A well-balanced diet is given every day. And it isn't bad or watery as most of the hostel food is! Yearly the fees for the hostel is around 86,000. This does not include laundry and ironing of clothes. Any kind of iron and induction stoves aren't allowed in the hostel. The closing time of the hostel is 9 pm. Everyone needs to be back inside by then.
The teachers here are highly qualified and experienced. They treat the students and other faculty members more like one single family. Every teacher is very caring, friendly and down to earth. They're open-minded and a perfect blend of a friend as well as a guide and a mentor. The classes are two way, they ensure every student participates and the classes are interactive and fun. The classes are filled with concepts being related to daily life examples, with so many examples being given - the concepts stay with us better . Classes even go on with presentations and videos relating to the topic.
As I said before we have very good campus placement, all over India our college is rated for 4.2 out of 5 for placements and stood in the second position. We will get well-established organizations like Goldman Sachs, de shaw, jp Morgan, etc
Yes, they offer campus placements. They also hold a placement club that makes sure that every student who graduates gets a job with a good amount of money. 100 percent of students got placement last year. My plan is to get a good job through placement.
so the placement is really good and placement cell brings in many companies for the roles like financial analyst, business analyst, associate analyst, operation analyst companies like ey, Deloitte, wells Frago, Amazon, Paypal, zomato, jp morgan, Goldman Sachs, discover dollar, and so on around 70-80% of the batch get's placed CTC offered ranges from 3lakh -10lakh.
From 5th sem students can start doing internships and other activity. The campus placements r not that good. Many companies come in but not that much offers are made. Last year the highest package of BBA was 5lpa. The placement rate is almost 60-70 percent. I'll prepare for CAT and GMAT exam after degree.
I first tried to take admission in christ Joseph's and jain though I could not clear entrance in the first two I cleared it in jain but due to high fees I could not join there but when I heard my relative used to give guest lectures in cmr I decided to give it a try. When I joined cmr I got a scholarship of 20000 and my fee was reduced and also I enjoyed my three years in cmr the teachers are lovely the friends I made have been the best there is a spacious library and varieties of clubs and the college organizes life skills programs to help students with the placements and the placements percent is also very good.
Good education for a city people and extra curricular activities is good and they have qualified people for them. But they have a set a path and not ready to change. No new things are incorporated also in name of discipline thongs as no mobile strict class attendance are there.
The college expect the students to follow proper formal dress code. For girls it is indian suit and for boys it is formal shirt-trousers. Sometimes it has been observed that students do rebel about the same and face difficulty to abide by it.
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