Experience to study at C U Shah College

NK
7.0 /10

Remarks :

College management is very strict on study and not providing healthy atmosphere to student. They more concerned about course completion. They must provide good placement at end of every batch.

Entrance Preview :

This college is located near my native place and easy to travel. There are many successful students passed out whom I know well. College is organizing events and program to encourage students for better future in their field. Surendranagar having more than 10 college and hospital with C U Shah trust only.

Course Curriculum Overview :

There is one stationary shop inside college campus and all can get course details from there, as well as hardcopy was posted at their notice board in college. Student are provided with internet lab with the daily limit of 30 minute for online study and research.

Internships Opportunities :

There is no internship program providing by college. All the courses are full time course. Students must accomplish their presents more than 80 percent.

Placement Experience :

Placement is the main drawback after choosing this college as hardly one or two companies visiting college. Now they are providing list of companies where student can go and give their interviews. Placement companies comes at last when there is less vacancy of recruitment.

College Events :

Every year college allows students to celebrate Holly and Ganesh Chaturthi. additional 7 days week with different theme. There is also Garba celebration organizing by college and students also participating with huge response by wearing traditional clothes and playing Garba.

Fee Structure And Facilities :

Every semester students are requested to submit their fees with in 15 days of time period, after that penlaty is there for late submission. At time of admission there is 6000 fees submittal for library deposit and which is refundable after completing education.

Loan/ Scholarship Provisions :

There is free seat scholarship allows by college for first 3 student per branch for every year. Other loan facility is not available here.

Campus Life :

Campus life is very good and except mechanical girl to boy sutdent ratio is good. Labs are attendebal with good assistance. Every year 3 days competition is organizing by college having events like robotics and paper presentation and group debates. There is no sport ground facility in college except volleyball.

Hostel Facilities :

There are 3 hostels around college but no having girls allowed there. A mess is providing average food. Girls must live in a city and they must up-down 10 km daily as college is not having any facility for the hostel there. Additionally, there are no shopping stores near the college so it is worst to live in hostel for students.

Alumni/Alumna :

Yes. Seniors are very helpful to guide in study and jobs. Every semester seniors helping by providing materials and books they used.

Exam Structure :

There are two exams for every semester. First is internals and Second is the main exam. In between these two, college is attending submission for all subjects and via too. There is also practical exams every semester for the particular subject. The student must submit their assignment at the time of practical.

Admission :

First, we filled the online application form which is followed by merit list all over Gujarat, then we called for selecting college preferences. After getting merit number I chose this college for my graduation with CS. There is also NRI quata define for every course.

Faculty :

We always able to contact faculty via emails and directly to their cabin in free hours. Even they provided guidance in reading vacations by extra lectures to resolve queries. Faculties are facilitated with projector in most of classes and they can also teach with glossy paper.


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