Since I was very interested in Sanskrit from my school, I took the college entrance test only for students who wanted to enter this college, I cleared it and then I gave an interview. The interview was not so complicated, I cleared it and got admission. An applicant for this college must study culture in his / her school as a subject, which is mandatory.
There are fewer placements & job opportunities for a bachelor?s degree right now, but as instructors and teachers, we can try jobs and get students easily. Since this is a central government college, an internship is not possible while studying. Off-campus, many of our seniors are on high salaries, and some have government postings.
I Pursued my B.A Degree from this college at first by applying for the entrance exam and after completion of the UG Degree i applied for M.A Course but students completing their UG Degree from any recognized university can apply for the M.A course.
Our college does not provide with Internships but one graduating from this college can land a job at News and Media, Business Houses, Consultancies, Educational Institutes with good salary packages. The average starting salary ranges from 2-8 lakhs per annum.
The admission to the college is based on the marks secured by the qualifying examinations. The ones who are selected will also have a round of personal interviews and then the final list of students seeking admssion comes.
The placement and internship opportunities are quite limited as it's a central government college. There are still opportunities for students opting masters but not much options are available for bachelors degree.
Candidates who want to seek admission in the B.A course have to qualify in the entrance exam and then there is a round of personal interview too. The course gives you an insight on Sanskrit in great detail and that's why i chose it.
There aren't much placement and internship opportunity available but people might get into good companies completing their higher studies. It's comparatively difficult for bachelor degree students to get placement.
I was very happy because finals I got admission in this college my course is Very different and there are only few colleges offering my course it was little bit hard for me to get admission in my desired college and desired course
Replacement and the job opportunities in this college this is a little bit hard to get it because it the different course and not all companies are hiring there are only few job opportunities are there and college is providing us with amazing internship and overall I am very happy with that there are some amazing job opportunities that you can be a instructor or teacher if you are good in that
I first applied for the entrance exam conducted by the college itself. Shiksha Shastri Entrance Test(SSET) which are for the students willing to apply for B.ED. Program in this particular college. Students need to have 50% marks in Sanskrit to qualify the eligibility criteria.
Placement i would rate 8/10 , as it is quite well but we are not provided with Internship as it is a Central University in Sanskrit, but they promise good salary package in International level as well.
Admission to this college is gained after a relevant score is achieved in the entrance exam conducted by this very college. Also a student who has studied sanskrit in school is eligible, which is mandatory. Since the college has high demand, the scores in entrance exam should be good.
There are no job placements that are held since it is a language course, but there is huge opportunity for students to work as well paid school teachers in reputed schools. Also students can get a job as professor in private sanskrit language colleges all over India.
Students who want to pursue BA (Shastri) must have 55% aggregate marks in addition and have studied Sanskrit in his/her school as a subject, this is mandatory. An entrance test is conducted by the college after clearing the entrance test interview is conducted on the college campus.
Placement cell needs improvement for undergraduate, It is an Undergraduate College. There are fewer opportunities regarding jobs as it is an off-campus college located in a remote area so very few companies came to pick students from this college or we can say minor companies came there.
Students who want to pursue an MA must have done B.A. of 10+2+3 education system with Sanskrit as an elective subject, with 60% marks. Based on the academics and entrance test conducted by the college merit list is prepared.
Placement and job opportunities are also available in my college. College also provides some internship programs. But if I talk about my experience, I was not seeking any placement from college at that time. So, I have to apply for an internship and gain some practical knowledge.
I had appeared for entrance exam called Shiksha Shastri Sanskrit exam (SSET), which is conducted by the central university itself for admission procedure in this particular course. Relevant scores are required to gain a seat here since the college is in high demand.
Currently there aren't much placement opportunity but since it is central university, after gaining a bachelor's degree, I easily got placed in a reputed school in Delhi as sanskrit professors. Usually students pursue higher studies and have more opportunity as professors in college.