It is a very elitist college. You will have to find your own space. A very competitive college. As a fresher you will feel very uncomfortable in the starting, but you will find your space sometimes later. If you want to grow, this college will help you, but for that you will have to participate. Also being a girls college, this college will empower you!
Du curriculum is followed only. The curriculum is little abruptly distributed in my course. I should be a little more chronological. There are semester exams after every semester and there are also internals, which consistute 25 marks.
Yes, my college offers internships and placements. There is a placement cell which helps in getting you placed. I got an internship of 10k for a month. The highest a student got for an internship is 1lakh. The highest placed student in Lsr placements in 38 lakhs annually.
Noor(diwali mela) - diwali mela is organized every year in Oct-Nov by NSS. There are amazing stalls to shop and great eating joints. Tarang(College Annual festival) is organized by the students union. Its a 3day fest. It has stalls, activities and in the evening one day is the star night, one day Bollywood, one day Dj.
The fee structure is feasible. My annual feel is 15k. Maximum it goes till 25k for all the courses. Very cheap as compared to all the universities. The facilities are also really good as compared to the fees structure. A middle class family can afford it. The pgs though if you are an outstation are really really costly.
I am not sure about it. But the people whose family earn less than 6lakhs annually are offered some concessions. Not really sure about how much the concession is though. You surely get a scholarship when you score good marks. You can apply for it.
The sports is really good . You can easily be a part of NSO. The societies are active and hardworking. Labs are well maintained. The college provides very less funds for the societies though, but they are still very progressing.
Hostel is really good. There isn't any AC. But the food is also really good. Its difficult to get a hostel though, you only get if you are an outstation student, plus it is decided on the marks you get in your class 12th,if you clear the hostel cut off, there is an interview.
Yes, seniors are very very helpful. No ragging at all. We have a mentor mentee thing in our department. Every fresher is assigned a mentor(senior), where the fresher can take help from the senior on anything. The alumni network is also very strong. There is an alumni cell too.
You just need to score good in your class 12th exams. General category needs marks more than 96,in almost all the courses. After the cutoff is released and you meet the desired cut off, you just need to come to Lsr with your marksheet(10th and 12th),address proof, school passing certificate, 4 photographs.
The faculty of my department is really really good. Most of the teachers are qualified from JNU. They have great knowledge about the discipline. Some are very friendly and easy to contact with, not all though. The senior teachers are well versed and make the subjects interesting. They are very serious and passionate about teaching.
Placements are offered to the last year students by various companies like Wipro etc. Everything is handled under p-Cell which is the placement cell of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College. Highest package was around 4-5lacs. Most of the students to go for higher studies. I will also pursue my further studies.
In their final year Many companies visit our college for placements. There is a placement cell in the college taking care of all this. Many students get placed at the college. The college offers a lot of opportunities through various inter-department or inter-college fests that widen the thinking cope of students. Nearly 2/3rd of the students from our college got placed, and many of them got placed in prestigious companies like Delloite, EY, etc. The Average package is somewhat near 8 Lacs/pa. I plan to prepare for upsc examination
It is a girl's college and the faculty was very good. Most of the teachers had done their masters and the rest of them were either doing their PHDs or were done with it. So the faculty is experienced and the teaching method followed is quite good. Apart from academics, they offered different opportunities in sports as well as in co-curricular activities. Exams were conducted every 6months that is the at the end of the semester, they were moderately tough.
The placements in our college are good when you complete your degree. Many companies visit here for providing placements to students. For instance, EY, infotech, Wipro, etc. I don't know about the exact packages students would get but yes the packages they provide are really good for the students who have done their graduation recently. If you want to get good placements or your dream placements ao you need to score at least 80% or above. So, I'm planning to do masters
Students likely to get campus placements after the 5th and 6th semesters and a lot of companies visited and hired a lot of students like Religare, ey, etc, and many more. the highest package goes up to around 10-11 lacs per anum and average 6-7 lacs per anum and %age of getting placements is approx 60-70%.my plans after graduation is to do MBA.
The placements of our college are worth satisfying and they provide ample opportunities to youngsters like us. The average package we get is 5-6 lakhs p.a. and it can maximum go up to 18-20 lakhs p.a. Students are eligible in their final years of college for placements maybe 6th semester. Many companies come to recruit in our college like WIPRO, AXIS BANK, ITC, EY, ZOMATO etc.
The placement cell of KMC works very actively. Big multinational companies like E&Y, KPMG, ATOM, etc come to the campus to hire students. But in order to sit in the recruitment, you need to score at least 60%. The highest package was 14 LPA last year so you can guess, if you have it in you you can grab this job also.
As I already mentioned earlier I want to prepare for civil services that is why I chose this subject. I also love political science and I think history is actually one of the important subjects to prepare for civil services. College offers nine undergraduate honors courses, various bachelor program courses, and add-on language courses. There are 94 permanent, 18 guests, and 35 temporary faculty members. The student strength is 2531. The teacher-pupil ratio is 1:18. Teachers are mostly experienced and really good with their subjects but there are some teachers who can just change their methods of teaching otherwise they are also good. Exams are tough but not tough, I mean I can't say if they are tough or not but you should be attentive in your classes and through with topics and syllabus.
The students of the final year become eligible for the campus placements. There is a different society for campus placements. There are many companies like Axis bank, Ernest young, etc for the placement of the students. The placements are about 80% of the students who apply for the placements. After the degree, I will pursue a Masters in Economics.
My college is an excellent field if anyone wants to persue the course of Arts and humanities it has an overall excellent faculty who are ever ready to help in any field and write recommendation for students who are interested and wants to further. The college maybe a little far for those staying in South by then it is quite close for people staying in the north as the metro is really close to it and it's just a 5-6 minutes walk from the station. The negative remark would be that sometimes the faculty members takes matter into their own hands and do not ask students as to how the procedure for the fees registration of course or security are to be done and causes a mayhem sometimes. Otherwise everything is good.
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