Well, it depends entirely on you. You can make the most of your time at MNNIT. But if you are uninterested, like most of the students there, your life at the college is bound to be boring. It applies for all the colleges actually. They do offer a lot, but you must make the most of the opportunities.There are fests(one of the most exciting features of the college) plays, competitions. You name it.We have it. And you can organise any event of your choice if it isn't already included in the extra curricular activities.
I gave JEE MAIN in 2014, i scored 213 marks in the exam and 90.4% in CBSE board. I opted for civil engineering in this college as i was interested in mechanical or civil and i talked to seniors about environment of the college and stuff related to these branches, read articles on quora and wholly got a positive feedback.
College Management is very supportive and they provide full knowledge of any quires related to college, hostel, fees etc.
I took CAT entrance Exam. i scored 72%tile. i opt this college because its one of the prestigious and oldest college of our country.
Management of college was okey. Overall experience of college was great because of type of students it brought together to interact. Overall profile of students, alumns and faculty is very good. The Brand of MNNIT is today, which defines the type of person I am today is one of my definitions today.
Entrance Exam- AIEEE, AIR- 3366 Score- 262 Reason- Best NIT in northern India. My parent wanted me to stay near by, i.e. I have to choose one among the NITs of northern India. MNNIT because it continuously flourishing history. A number of great Alums that the college has given. And the brand name MNREC is itself enough for recognition.
JEE Main was entrance which i took to get into MNNIT. During counselling, i got a chance for MNIT, Jaipur and MNNIT and through my friends i got the information MNNIT is better, so i choose MNNIT. My rank was 1916.
Really really good! Needless to say, Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology Allahabad has nearly 100% placements, with some of the top companies from all sectors visiting the campus. The minimum salary here is about Rs.5.5 lac, while the highest can go as high as 30 lpa.
I had completed M.Tech from IIT Roorkee. Now, I wanted to take admission in Ph.D. for Ph.D. admission, every reputed college (generally) had eligibility criteria M.Tech and gate qualified. And they use to conduct a self-written exam followed by an interview. My GATE score was 546 and rank was 2995 in Gate 2015. I applied in IIT Roorkee, IIT Kanpur and MNNIT Allahabad.
Placement of B.Tech and M.tech courses students are quite good, because they are heir by IT companies. but Ph.D. placements varies time to time. Here, colleges (colleges from North India) come for placements and according to your skills and background education, and paper published, they offer packages. Average Ph.D. students get offer for 50000 per month.
I didn’t took any entrance exam.
As the number of students in a batch is more comparatively to their colleges, therefore the competition is more while sitting for placements. Many companies visit the campus like JP Morgan, Linkedn, American Express etc. One must have CGPA of around 8 to be eligible placement (though it is quite difficult to get as per my experience). Even CGPA of little less than that can work in favor of your selection provided you have skills and clarity of concepts.
I took AIEEE in 2011 and scored 204 marks to qualify the exam. I chose this college as it was one the best colleges of the north India and I had heard a lot about this college. All my teachers also asked me to go for this college, if I could get through.
It is comparatively very good. Various National/International industries, institutes as well as consultancies are coming for the placement.
Yes, they are providing Ph.D. fellowship for all MHRD, DBT, CSIR, ICMR as well as TEQIP fellowship. For M.tech students they are providing fellowship of MHRD.
I gave the IIT JEE for admission to this college. I had interest only in Mechanical Engineering. So i gave my preferences in order of last year cut-offs without researching much on the colleges.
I took AIEEE and scored around 250 marks in the year 2010. Chose CSE as I had no idea about other branches.