There is nothing bad to mention. Management promoted freedom of expression and many political leaders including a prime minister of the country was moulded by the campus.
Wrote IIT Joint Entrance Examination and got the sufficient rank, in the first 1100 candidates in the whole country. This entrance examination is supposed to be one of the toughest in the country and also most transparent as well as corruption free.
Course: The course is extensive enough which brief you about the following process: 1. Fluid Course with Chemical Engineering 2. Microbiology Course 3. Fermentation process 4. Thermodynamics Faculty: The faculty will be supportive enough but don't be mistaken by the fact that they will approach you for anything. It's you, who has to take responsibility of each and everything.
Wide variety of options available outside the academic. Extra courses can be learned by professors in third and fourth year of degree. Ideal location inside the city and other facilities available too.
Wide range of companies visit including core and software. Profiles are software developer, analytics, and core. Most of the budding startups also participant in placement process and there are also international offer by Uber, Microsoft Redmond, Oracle, etc. Domestic companies visit mainly on software and analytics profile.
So, good thing first. I would say that our college, IIT(BHU) overall is a very good place to study four years of engineering. Definitely, going to the standards of IISc is still a far-fetched dream, but it still has very high potential of surpassing it. Given the number of projects underway, which have already been started, if that could be added with the revamping to academics that is driven by research and industry, IIT (BHU) can really become one of the best colleges in the country and abroad. The bad thing is that college management is slow and hierarchical which leads to delayed growth.
Admission into any IITs happens through the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) in two levels - JEE Main and JEE Advance. I cracked both the exams in 2018, and through the counselling process got the Mechanical Engineering at IIT (BHU). The final admission process was completed in July 2018 after the due verification of required documents and fee deposition.
College management is very good and they respond to all our queries and try to help us in as many ways as possible.
The first process of admission was to have qualified in GATE. Thereafter, students were shortlisted and a written test was conducted. Around 500 people were shortlisted for the test out of which around 40 qualified finally. The quality of research in my field is very high at this institute, which was a prime factor for me while deciding to join. Also, inputs from seniors about the faculty members and their motivation inspired me to select this college for pursuing my Post Graduation.
Although at some times the infrastructure depresses you but it is an iit with all opportunities same as others.
The admission was given to me on the basis of my AIR in JEE, well this was the best course my air is allowing me to opt, see tjis is an new iit but not new in placement, its vast alumini network help it in placement, and also mechanical engineering.
The college is very good. There are no bad remarks from my side. It feels perfect for me. The college management is great.
I scored 93. 6 percentage in my class 12th. Then for a year I went to Kota to prepare for JEE MAIN and JEE ADVANCED. After appearing in JEE ADVANCED I scored the marks more than the cut off. Then JOSAA took counseling and in that I got Civil engineering 4 years B. Tech in Indian Institute of Technology Banaras Hindu University.
The college adminstration is great have director sir on top. More facilities can be added in existing.
I got admitted here by shortlisting then PhD entrance test then interview. For admission in PhD you need good quality of academic and research at your masters level. You have to select your professor wisely and the research area must be matched with their interest.
My college management system is divided among student, professor, and other staff. Thus our college management system is proper and transparent.
I got admission in IIT (BHU) Varanasi through JEE- 2013, which is highest level entrance examination in India.I got IDD(B.Tech & M.Tech) course in Electrical Engineering course through counselling procedure. I was interest in Electrical Engineering since my childhood so i select Electrical Engineering course.
Placements are very good but the infrastructure is not so good as compared to other IITs the faculty is excellent and the senior are very nice.
I opted this course because I like to be an engineer there are many factors that influence my insight to take this course but the major is I like the engineering. I had to clear JEE mains and advance to be in IIT we had a JEE main in January and second in April whoever passed it can give paper of jee advance which is in month of May.