The college is a close-knit community. People are friendly and easy to talk to. They're also helpful with academic-related things. There's room for everyone.
MCH is a good space to learn humanities, in a way that is meaningful. There is a focus on writing, obviously and reading in a way that schools don't. There is no rote learning. It is not easy, by any means, but it is worth it. The people here, professors and seniors and others will help if you're struggling in any area and ask. It's a nourishing space.
The curriculum is not that of a typical BA course. The curriculum is highly writing-oriented. One of the main objectives of the courses here is to help students find their own voice as a writer, so reading and writing are two essential components to the course. The curriculum is also very interdisciplinary in a way that every subject (Sociology, Literature, History, Philosophy) bleeds into another in a sensible manner.
MCH is not typically placement-oriented. As previously mentioned, it is research and writing oriented. However, seniors and others do speak about internship opportunities that can be availed from outside.
MCH has many events throughout the year. Events like Desa Bhasa, open mics, other academic talks, film screenings by the film club, etc. The literary club and theatre club are active. There are also many academic talks and other such events that happen regularly throughout the semester.
The faculty of the college are qualified for the jobs they do and are good at what they do. They are researchers and writers. Classes are fruitful because of discussion and conversation that the professors encourage. They are also quite approachable outside of class. They're open-minded and fair. They're also easy to talk to. However, (obviously) they are pretty strict about assignments and attendance and other course-work related things. But they make classes worth attending.
The college campus is located in the Planetarium Complex. It is constructed in an old-style and is very calm and green and overlooks the lake. It also has a pavilion where events are conducted. The Gangubai Hangal auditorium is also an important place here that is located inside the Manipal Centre for Humanities. Manipal, in general, is a nice place for all kinds of people.
The admission process starts as early as November and ends in June/July. The process for admission is as follows: after the application is filled out and accepted, an email is sent with a document that is the Statement of Purpose or SOP, which contains essay questions. There is no standardized entrance exam. If the college accepts the Statement of Purpose, an interview is conducted with the convenience of both the applicant and the college.
The hostel fees depend on the room that is booked. It is also available in the college brochure on the MAHE website. The hostel facilities are pretty decent. The rooms are good and are cleaned well. However, the food is a little dodgy (still better than most NITs and IITs). First-year BA students typically stay in the 11th and 12th Blocks. There are students from all colleges of MAHE in the same hostels.
The fee structure for the course in total is about 1,50,000 rupees if you're an Indian national. The organized fee structure can be found on the website. If you're an out of state student, staying in the hostel in the first year is compulsory and that could cost about one lakh and a half or more.
Our college holds the Institute of Eminence, where it recognises as one of the best colleges in the country. This can hold a lot of value for your course certificate. Thus, we get prioritised among the other colleges. And interaction between the foreign students can also help us grow by understanding different cultures around the globe.
All the application procedures were done online. They had sent us the interview & written test date by e-mail. We had to go there & attend the interview & later, they sent us the results, in which I was selected.
Positive comment is our college provides with a best campus facilities and they also provide us with safe and sound campus with good library facilities (Asia's largest library) they also provide Internet connection and support in extra curriculum activities and when it comes to hostel and food they provide with many options and also help us with leading a independent life Negative remarks is nothing of that kind
Based on 12th marks college will put up the ranking system on that basis they'll be calling us for admissions and we are supposed to select which course we are intrested in and then we can join to the respective course and if we are intrested in other course and we couldn't get a seat in it we have waiting list order so we can register for waiting list for the course which we want to
Due to limited admission available like only 30 to 40 students facultys are able to give attention to every student individually and help them develop the skills. . The name Manipal also gives us lot of respect everywhere we go
Apply for the course you want through the college website , then you will be called for entrance exam which will be 2 rounds , followed an interview , if you clear it all you get the admition into the college
The college campus is really nice.We have 24/7 security guards along with night patrol for safety.The colllege is placed in a village kind of area.So its not that crowded.The only negative remark is that the roads are not that good.
It was an online application form.I applied for it and i was invited to a conference depending on my 12th marks.Then i was allowed to select my course.Students are given a rank based on our 12th marks.Students with more marks get to choose their course much earlier.
Infrastructure – Manipal University Jaipur has one of the most beautiful campuses amongst colleges in Rajasthan. . Overall Manipal has a very well planned campus Placements – For some courses, there are no or almost 30% placements in Manipal University Jaipur.
By giving MUOET entrance exam. This exam can be given from many centre which are available. This exam is online exam which mainly has MCQ which a student has to answer and according to marks which we get we are eligible for taking in particular courses
I applied for this course through online application. I had to mention all my details including my 12th and 10th grade examination marks, current address,etc. Its first come first serve basis actually. So I filled my form as soon as it was out.
After BSc we have Msc programs and PhD. The students may apply for jobs before that too. The college doesn't provide internships of its own but we have the option of going for internships if we want.
Positive remark is its a world renowned collge, Many aluminis come and tell their experience to us, So many top guest lecturers come and share their ideas and reasearch with us, A lot of interactive swssions with top people.
Submitted the admission form to office, later they gave admission. Mark sheets were all taken. Asked to pay fees before hand. Must attend orientation. Followup with teacher guardian of what the processs included.
I love my college and there is almost every facility required present on campus. everyone is very friendly and there is a wide exposure of many nationalities students in the campus. there are beautiful places and beaches to visit nearby as well.
There was an application that had to be submitted following which, there was a merit wise counselling process for required course wherein there was a choice of 16 courses across all allied health departments.
It’s one of the India’a most happening college and it’s always will be. It a great place to know and learn more about everything. A good exposure and experience in life. A student friendly teaching staff
After 12th results. I submitted my online application for manipal colleges with my 12th report card. After which my ranking was announced and I was called for counselling and after which I got my admission in bachelors of physiotherapy.