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All in all the college is the best in the business. The management here is superb and I don't have any regrets in pursuing my education from here.
Sharda University is a big institution with 13 different schools which further have many departments divided. Top level management is responsible for looking after all those so it can sometimes be a little messed up but if someone goes systematically then the management is really good here.
I had given UPTU but got admitted in this college based on my 12th percentage. My batch was the first batch of the university; this compelled me to take admission as i thought the placements would be good.
First there was an online examination test for the scholarship and then there was an interview to decide which branch i should get and after that there was an interview conducted by foreigners to understand the personality trait of the student.
Yes, there would be a problem facing the accounting department they can't ever listen to you if we are getting any problem regarding late fee whether there is a valid reason they can't listen to you. I am having the one of my best experience in this university. Students from all over the world come here and study.
This college is overall a good option. You will get the opportunity to showcase your talent be it dance, singing, sports, or any other extra curricular activity. Only for placements you need to worry a little bit as its pretty low. Overall a good option.
Now comes to the conclusion after a lot of knowledge the pros and cons are given below pros multi culture campus advanced Facilities foreign faculty for some courses A lot of love stories stats here big campusDiscount in sharda hospital which is in the ca
Thhis is a private instituition and here whoever comes is the one who hasn't scored in the jee.the same goes for me.Even after studing hard for this i could not clear the exams also this college use to hold seminars at diffrent places through which I get to know about this college.
Before we talk about the placements we should remember that it is a private college which is not that much renowned so,the placements here arent that good you can expect a mass placement here if you are an average student
Job placement is good.Trainers knowledge is excellent and very much descriptive and the way they described us is very easy.They are very friendly while explaining their concept.Explaining skills is good.
My program is related to hospitals.ao our college hai their own hospital.sharda hospital its hospitality is veey good they care their patients and also provide them better facility.
The placements are also good. There are many companies like TCS, Amazon, Paytm, etc. That comes in the university to take the new talents.
It is a good university. Also, I got a scholarship. I have heard about this university before. Teachings skills are good.
My factors for choosing an organization or university was very clear. I wanted an international environment for my education and with that I wanted proper infrastructure to support and curate my skills and interests while providing me a stable platform. Choosing Sharda University in the first place was my inclination towards the international environment, which I feel none of the universities in India could have provided me. I chose B.Tech as my bachelor'sdegree. I always had a spark for engineering.
it's good well deserve major companies comes for campusing. mass requirements happen every year. The Placements, each for ultimate jobs and Summer Internships is an necessary phase of any UniversityÕs annual calendar of activities. Sharda University has a properly laid-out systematic system of assembly college students profession aspirations and corporates expectations. The Placement branch feature as a bridge between the UniversityÕs Schools, Industries and Students. The Placement things to do are for the college students and by using the students. The manner is obvious and commences with the importing college students profiles on placement portal. Each college students, college coordinators and Training and Placement officers have excess to the portal.
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