I chose to go to a large university because I like being part of a diverse student body. The world is a big place, and I thought attending a big school would better prepare me for life in the real world. My university has a very strong faculty of sciences, and I wanted to study under the best minds in the country. It also offered the subject I was seeking, and I wanted to fast track my education. I chose to go to a large university because I wanted to maximize my post-college opportunities.
Good. The availability of jobs largely depends on your academic performances. If your score is good enough then you'll be able to bag a good job worth 25k or so. It's not that one who doesn't have a good score do not get a nice job. The salary might be different.
Good remarks for their management.providing the scholarship and good quality of teaching.
College should improve infrastructure and mess quality and also the shops inside the campus, Quality books in library.
Good College, with Pretty nice management. You won't be disappointed provided you've got patience and passion for Agriculture.
The admission process is quite easy, students should have aggregate marks 60% to apply for M.TECH. As you applied for course chosen by you an entrance exam is to be cleared later on there will be online counseling than you have to submit all the necessary documents required.
During placements, many Government & private companies came for M.TECH placements our college holds a good record in placements 70 % of students cracked the placements interviews. In our department placements were quite decent.
This is a very old college. Campus is located in a rural area. It is one of the 65 central agricultural universities in India. The first stones for the building of this college was set up in 1903. Ramesh chandra shrivastava is the current VC of the college.
The process is quite simple, students should have an aggregate 65% marks to apply for B.TECH Agricultural Engineering. Later on the counseling program for admission into college, they had asked us to fill up forms about which course we wanted to take up in the future and so on.
In our department placements were quite decent. Many MNC and Indian companies came for campus recruitment. Placements are quite good, the college provides various kinds of internship especially to crack the placements.
I have got the admission through Bihar Combined Entrance competitive examination in Bachelor of Bio-Technology which is conducted by the government of Bihar. They have admissions reserved for the permanent residents of the Bihar State.
Placement and Internships are not provided by the college as it is operated by the central government which doesn’t provide us the platform to have college placements. They provide the opportunity to the students who are pursuing an MBA.
Environment of Pusa is very pleasant with a lot of vegetation and fresh air. College infrastructure is also good. Locals are also very helpful to the outsiders. Negative thing about the college is - teachers are very less involved in practical activities.