They should focus more on getting good placements and internships for the students. Good companies with good packages should visit more. Students with good gpa should get more options. Other wise students have to look for off campus placements.
Lateral Entry In 2nd year. 1st year done in a different college in bangalore (VTU). Took lateral entry admission in 2nd year Btech computer science. My admission was done on the basis of my 1st year marks.
I can say our university is a great platform where we can show our ability. In academics the can teach you everything which will be helpful in your field. Our university has a great infrastructure. Great sports playground.
My brother has done MBA from this university. He said to me that go to this university it's has an excellent staff and infrastructure. When I visit the university i met to the students and faculty members and after interaction I found positive word of mouth about this university.
Negative- the crowd of University is something not of my taste, it is too trivial and rustic for my liking. Most of them, can hardly even communicate properly using English, although I am not making Speaking English as the benchmark for judging people, but seriously the crowd is not so engaging at least for me.
I applied in the university, to which I was taken for a interview. After which, I was selected and then, I appeared for Niu-Sat exams for scholarship. There are two ways to get admission one is direct admission and other is sponsored. No donations was asked for, Thats a great thing about this university
The college location is somewhat makes me cringe about it, it is located in the interior of Greater Noida, so unlike me, If you have no problem travelling or settling in one of there college Hostel, there won't be much issue.
I have worked as intern in places, although as in direct reference with college, I would not be able to say, as internship in law college is more of a personal choice rather than institutional activity. Rest, I have interned in district court of Siliguri and Allahabad High court. I was paid 10k for my internship in Siliguri and recipient 14k for Allahabad high court internship.
Teachers were good and the subject curriculum made it best. The exams were not a big tension and life was cool within myself. Just one thing, it was quite far from the city, so I wouldn't recommend staying close to it and I wish the crowd was better because people here was the only issue with me during the whole college life.
There was no as such entrance examination for getting in here, rather, I gave a phone interview to get selected. Minimum criteria were 60% in 10+2 which I had so it was smooth for me. I chose BA in English because I was never interested in other subjects, even in my school time. Choosing English gave me the power to love the studies which most students can't because they're forced into their course.
I would be happy to share one, but I am yet to get placed as I am yet to complete my education. When, I do hope I would come back and share, until then.
The syllabus is quite good and in touch with industry requirements, but then implementations have been tiresome. There is not much to say in this field.
My remark for Noida International University is always positive as i had a great time there and if you want to excel under great faculties and also enjoy a number of events and spend time with friends who share your interest of good knowledge and superior education i will personally suggest to opt for NIU since it provides all these in one package.
I scored 66% marks in B.Tech from Shri Chetanya Institute and i heard about NIU from one of my relative's friends who was an alumni of the college. After consulting with the relative i decided to take admission in NIU.
I scored 75% marks in BBA from Maharaja Surajmal Institute and my seniors suggested me to look into NIU when they discovered that i was looking for college to do my MBA in marketing.
The college never holds any alumni meet like other colleges, during my time i did not get to meet any alumni of NIU since they were never invited in the campus. I think the management of NIU should take initiative to hold Alumni meets every year where the previous students and faculties can come together and share ideas and experiences and due to this students will also learn a lot
I secured 62% marks in Mass Communication from Amity University Noida and i was in contact with the alumni of my college and they suggested me that i should complete my MBA from NIU since i was looking for a cost efficient option.
I really liked the way they prepared us for the placements. They used to do role plays in practice sessions and provided us with the opportunity of experiencing the interview techniques. We were also given live projects based upon certain industries for the development of our knowledge and the development of our personality and all that helped me to get the job of my choice.
I secured 73% marks in B.Tech from MSIT and then my friend who was then a student of NIU suggested me to visit the campus. After a tour of the campus and meet with the faculties, i decided to study in NIU
When i was in NIU, the college used to take us out on educational tours, this helped us a lot in form of training and setting ourselves up to thye employer's work environment. We were given internship oppurtunity by the reputed companies which are the close associates of NIU