Of course in every college there are good things as well as bad things , to concludes This is the college for a students who want to mark their career in hospitality industry at best!!!
I like its infrastructure and quality education by the the industry professionals!!! They have a well state of the art practical labs and kitchen for hands on experience and also its is under the delhi government and they have done for this college so well to make it best in the city!!
The course curriculum is designed in such a way by the national council of hotel management that the students get to know about the real things in the industry!! Hands on experiences by the expat professors and modern design kitchens.
Yes internship is a part of our study in 3rd semester everyone has to go through this to complete this course and it is done by the college to send student for internships in various hotels and restaurant to learn about it practically!!!
As per the day of last 10 years my college has been providing 99 % of placement to the students and they arrange the placement very nicely , even I got a job in hotel Leela place through campus!
First of all in our college we have freshers party followed by the Independence Day celebration Then we have Diwali party Christmas celebration New year bash Sports week Hospitality programs And fair well party !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Fee structure is as per the semester, we need to give a semester wise fee each semester has 40,000 So for three years we have six semesters And wee have to give 240000 for a course and this is feasible.
Yes , there is a scholarship programme by the delhi government for the people who are SC/ST/ OBC or minority's Amd one can availed this facility by applying once in a year through sc st welfare department of delhi government!!
Actually in my college we have different types of curriculum activity according to the hospitality sectors, we have a very big experimental kitchen for the student to learn and research about food and beverage, they are really good.
My college don't have a hostel but delhi government is planning to construct a hostel in our old building college campus, mess food is very good for all types of students and the food is cooked by the students itself for theirs practical also.
My college alumni is a class apart , they organise twice a year to celebrate reunion, my seniors were very helpful and they help me a lot in my study and other things!!
Exam structure is designed by the national council of hotel management in all the hotel management colleges in india , in a year we have two semesters of six months each and exam is happen two times in a year with practicals also!! Exams structure is designed to understand the course of study and pros !!
First of all I went through nchmct JEE exam and I got a good marks in that AMD got a admission in this college through various processes like counselling and choice by your self and it takes complete 5 months to get into the college!! It was indeed a learning experience !!
They are well experienced professors and they know how to teach well , I would give 10 out of 10 to my college faculty.
BSc Mathematics(H) might seem tough just listening to the name. But core structure is defined in such a way that it does not put pressure on students. In the first semester, students have 2 core subjects, 1 Generic Elective, 1Aecc Core subjects - Algebra, Calculus Generic Elective - It is totally based on the choice of the student. They can choose any subjects from the choice given by the college. AECC - There is a choice between English and environmental studies. But most probably in the first sem, anyone is taken by college and another in the second semester. In the second 2 core subject change to Differential Equation and Real analysis. Teachers are highly qualified and most of them have done their PhD's. They are very helpful. Some of the teachers are not only teachers but they are kind of stress busters too. They have fun while teaching and we students enjoy while studying.
The college has an active Placement Cell. It organizes workshops, seminars and provides placement and internships in a wide range of profiles. Major placement opportunities are available to BCom students. Final semester students become eligible for campus placements. As per the stats of 2019-20, the highest package offered was 9 LPA and the average package was 4.3 LPA. Major job profiles were finance, audit, sales, marketing, consultancy, HR operations, etc. and 96+ companies were associated including KPMG, EY, PWC, Deloitte, Decathlon, UrbanClap, Genpact, Chegg, Wipro, FIS, Teach for India, Josh Talks, Inshorts, Careers 360 and many more. However, the percentage of students getting placed is not much greater because most students don't sit in campus placements and go for masters. Generally, BCom graduates are offered better profiles in big companies (KPMG, EY, Deloitte, etc) I am planning to go to MCA after my graduation.
Students become eligible for campus placements from the 3rd yr itself. They go for both on and off campus placements. Many of them go for higher studies as well. I got to know that one of the seniors got placed in Google last year and got a package of 13 lac p.a. I personally wish to go for civil services.
Placements are given from the 5th semester and there are various companies that visited the college including google and amazon that provided a package of 8 lakhs per annum. Due to covid 19 no. Of companies got reduced drastically last year. I am hoping that it will be alright after this pandemic. My plans are to start a startup after my graduation.
Students become eligible for campus placements in their sixth semester. The placement cell of PGDAV(M) is well reputed and around 60-70 companies visit our college for placements every year but there is not much available for students in Mathematics Hons. The average package offered to students of this course is 3lpa. The percentage of students getting placement after three years is less than 10. Most of the students opt for this course as the basics for higher studies. I too will be giving entrance exams for master after this course.
The placement cell is actually very good and provides a lot of opportunities. There is an annual internship fair also where 100s of companies come and recruit students of all years and all courses as interns and the maximum stipend for these internships even go to 10k per month for just a part-time internship. The job opportunities are there but not very good for the science stream, they are much better for commerce and humanities. There are many Tier A and tier B companies recruiting a good amount of students like VQMS, SMAASH and many NGOs also. The placement percentage is around 60% and most of the students want to do post-graduation for further growth. I have plans to do MBA after my graduation.
WELL, for the Science graduates.. the placements are not ready on your plate just after we graduate as we have to go for the Masters's as well, and then we have that level from where we can get placed via giving entrances like UGC NET and CSIR NET. However, the way to apply for the govt. jobs like: UPSC, SSC, etc. get open as we get graduated.
Miranda House has one the best campus in DU. It is the topmost college of Delhi University.The infrastructure according to me in the entire north campus Miranda House has best infrastructure. We have two buildings one is new and one is old, both the buildings are maintained in great manner. Hygiene is the main priority. The labs are maintained perfectly. The library of the college according to me is best. The food of our college is really good in taste and fresh as well.
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