Education is good compared to other colleges. Campus life is great. The only issue here is minimum attendance. I have seen students getting detained as they failed to have 75% attendance in the semesters. Do whatever you have to, but try to keep it above 75 otherwise, it would create a lot of issued
Unlike other colleges, the syllabus and subjects are selected by the father itself. Students do not get an option to select elective subjects. When I studied in this college, it had two midterms and one final semester, which is now reduced to only one mod term and one final exam. Hence students get more time to study.
Companies like Infosys, Oracle, and others come for placement, I did my BCA here and oracle gives a package of 4.2 lakhs per annum where they give MacBooks to employees in the first year, and MTech from BITS PILANI while working in oracle, the MTech expense is incurred by the company for the employee.
For events and sports, this college is as good as it could get. Various events like youth fest, cult fest take place where students perform and compete with each other and get prizes for the best performances. There are judges who judge and rate the performances. Cultfest of st xaviers is quite famous
BCA here was around 16k per sem. So at the end of 3 years, around 1 lakh you would have spent on your bachelors. And considering the name and fame of St Xavier's College( as it just got the best college 5 star rating in Gujarat), the fees are much less. This college is undoubtedly one of the best colleges in Gujarat as no other college has got 5 star rating award by NIRF( national institute of the ranking framework) in Gujarat.
I did not get any scholarship as my marks weren't that good to get it. Though scholarship is available and I have seen students getting it.
It has a big campus with a cricket ground, football ground, basketball court, volleyball ground, and lawn tennis. The canteen is the best part. Prices are cheap here too. In extracurricular, one of the events is cult fest where students from different colleges participate and its usually of 3-4 days. In youthfest, its related to sports where it has different matches in cricket, football, kabaddi etc which is quite interesting.
In the third year, BCA students have to develop a working website or application for which outside help is necessary. And hence they should start thinking about it in the second year and start taking help from passouts or third-year students who are quite helpful as they have been through the same procedure.
There is usually no cut off to get admission here. You just have to give an entrance interview where interviewers are usually the faculties or the father itself. Basic interview which checks your knowledge based on the course you want to pursue. The difficulty level of this interview is easy to moderate.
The faculty is quite helpful. Quite knowledgeable. Teaching is very good compared to other colleges. They help you in your final year projects where you will have to meet them at least once or twice a week after college to get help for your projects. Even for presentations, they are quite helpful and would suggest you very practical solutions
Last year students are eligible for placement. They are many companies that come on the campus. local companies of the state, Byjus, Wipro, TCS, Amazon, Datalog etc. The company highest package is 14 lakh. If you seat in placement so a minimum of 60% required.
Final year students are eligible for campus placements. In our IT field of Parul University, there're various companies visited every year like Infosys, Tata, Wipro and many more. The highest was around 1.5 LPA and the average is 80000 to 1 LPA. Almost 75% - 80% students got the placements. The students whose percentile is more than 8 is eligible.
I choose the BCA undergraduate course and there is no option available for campus placement for this course. We want to find jobs from off-campus, But there is campus placement available after completing Masters's.
This college have some good remark and also some bad remark but good remakr is very big to all-round we find some good and also bed remoak is fees this coallfe get more then rupish from others collegeae we cannot count thsi ponit then otherr is good
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A few negative effects are debt, partying, sexual assault, missing family and friends, and stress. Positive effects are he/she gets a degree, makes new friends, becomes more diverse, most likely gets a good job after graduating, and helps he/she to become more independant and grow as an individual.
XICA is a relatively new institution and is growing by leaps and bounds. Last year, it was ranked 9th in India's Top 10 BCA colleges, the only college in Gujarat to be in the list as well. The management is slick and is managed by a world-famous, world-re
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