The college is a pure veg college as the management is pure veg. Other than this there is no issue in the college. Nonveg substitutes can be found right outside the college gate which is open from 6 am in the morning to 1 am in the night.
The exam is a normal aptitude test which has math English and general aptitude section. The courses at flame are very interesting. In the first year, a student can do any course they wish to. We just need to meet a credit requirement. End of the first year is when we choose our majors and minors for the next two years. Options are vast and the faculty is great.
College placements are great. Many companies come to campus and select students. Most PG students get placements. The general trend for most UG graduates is to either study further or work for a few years. We have to do an internship after our first year and second year as well.
A college is a fun-filled place with lots of activities. There are various clubs on campus. Many festivals are celebrated on campus. The community is very tightly bound with each other and celebrate everything together. Every two-three days something or the other is going on in the flame campus.
The fees are 6.5 lakhs per Annum for 3 years. A student can choose to take a 4th-year diploma course if he or she wishes to. The 6.5 lakhs includes tuition, food, and accommodation. Other expenses on campus are probably good and other entertainment-related expenditures.
I applied for a scholarship and got it. I got 1.5 lakhs concession a year. I got it due to my academic and extracurricular record.
Campus life is so much fun. You live with 10 people in a block. There is great diversity. There are 75% of girls in flame university. The gender ratio is very healthy. Extracurricular activities are given great importance in flame. Sport is a major part of our lives. A new sports complex will be open by 2020 which will be amazing.
The college is only 10 years old but the network is increasing every year. The alumni are strongly bound and have many events throughout the year.
I applied during my pre-board exams and gave the exam around February. It was a great experience. The admission process has 3 steps. The Exam, Group Discussion, and Personal Interview. The entrance has all there steps on one day. It’s a good and inclusive process as if you do not do well on one step you can make up by doing well in some other step.
The faculty at flame is top class. It is mandatory for the very professor to have a pad in flame. All professors are from esteemed colleges and have a great experience. The faculty is very helpful and is there with a student at all times to help them pave a good way towards a successful career.
THe college in all is very good. There is nothing the college quite needs to excel at. I would personally like it if the college works a bit more on their placement activities and conducts them in accordance to the students. There an be a few infrastructural improvements too but those are in consistent progressions. I am glad I am a part of the UBS network and will definitely pass out as a happy alumni with flying colours.
Positive: there is a huge ground for all the football or crickets fans and two basketball courts for the basketball fans. There is a garden opposite the college for the once who would bunk college once a while to meet their friends. There are Xerox shops and fast foot restaurants on the other opposite side of the the college. The campus is really big and beautiful Negative: the canteen food isn't really that hygenic. The parking for the two wheelers is really really messed up and something needs to be done. The garbage dumping ground is in the two wheelers parking area and really stinks. During monsoons, the ally to the college gets blocked with water
The process of getting in was like one day I saw the poster and the next day I'd gone to inquire about the admission and then a little bit of counselling secession was there regarding the course. Then gone for admission and the admission fees were 15k then instalment.
I don't know much about the placement of from my seniors. I've heard that the internships are at Bajaj finance mostly.
Positive remark is that the best college that I ever experienced. The college canteen, college staff, students, etc are very best. College is located in middle of city hence surrounding area, college campus is also best. Negative thing is that the infrastructure is quiet little.
T his college is a good investment. Sure, it’s young. And sure, it’s small. But how I look at it is that if a college as young as 5 years can make such an incredible brand image in the Indian corporate scene, it is definitely doing something right.And as the placements are good it's all well.
No as such entrance was needed in graduation level if student is applying for masters then they have to clear CAT exam. My score was above average more than 60% marks. I got the Admission easily. One of my friend has less than 40% marks they have not got the admission. I was recommended by my friends to get admission in this college.
college provides placement and Internship opportunities to the students. Very good companies are came for the placement like HCL, HDFC bank, reliance and many other. The criteria of Recruitment is different as there were different rounds like written test, GD &PI round. Package starts from 3LPA. 75% of the students get placements from college. Job fair conducted in which many companies participated and hire fresh blood from the college.
No particular entrance exam required, cleared my 12th and got into tilak college since it was near to my house and college had an amazing environment, i opted for commerce.
No more focus is given on course curriculum, basic necessities is followed by mumbai university, apart from it no other details are followed, subjects like OR, Accounts are given least priority and no importance plus the less importance is given cultural studies like sociology and business analogy.
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