Course curriculum is very good in our university as they help to achieve your goal with good knowledge. Academics are good as well because of course curriculum.Faculty of our university is well qualified and full of knowledge.
Course curriculum is according to competetive exams and interview preparations.The college focuses so much on personality development.Academics is also good.Teachers are really very understanding and helpful
Faculty here is very co- operative. The syllabus of mine is up to date. Yes we are provided with enough industrial exposure. According to me my Political science teacher Atul Kumar Verma was good enough to make ways easy to understand in a co-operative manner with students.
Faculty was not at all cooperative and college administration took least interest in our advices.Although they had very updated syllabus but unfortunately faculty was not that updated. Even lab incharge has more knowledge than faculties.
Compared to many good colleges and universities in my opinion my university is working hard as it was established in 2012 but still it the number of students are increasing here.
The faculty is also well trained here and many teachers are PhD holders.
Course and curriculum is as per the UGC guidelines. The course consists of many sub divisions, so it becomes easier for us to clear our basics and hence we can focus on that particular subject in which we want to make our carrer on. Though the university lags in providing proper industrial exposure. Facilities are good and helpful in nature.
Academics are just focused on class room studies, there is hardly any practical orientation. Nothing innovative in teaching just a board and chalk routine. Some faculties are good. Just some.
Administration is unresponsive to your queries and complaints
Course is same as Aktu course. Faculty is very good.most of them are from iit background and are very cooperative. They helps us in every possible way. Faculty also helps in placement related activities.
For Btech the fees was around 1.2L which compared to the overall experience with the college is quite okay, though it might seem irrelevant sometimes, though the institute is fully transparent with the fee structure. Account office accepts cash, cheque and card while fee payment. There are no additional charges and the fee can be paid in two/three installments.
Course Curriculum -
Course is quite relevant. The course consists of many sub divisions, so it becomes easier for us to clear our basics and hence we can focus on that particular subject in which we want to make our career on. Also there are not much irrelevant subjects which may lead to distraction from the core branch. There are five unit tests in each semester and two semesters. Final year projects are also mandatory which is quite good as students gain a lot of practical knowledge essential from placement point of view.
In my opinion, everything is good, Curriculum must be changed as per the changing industry, As computer science industry is very dynamic industry, so curriculum should be dynamic. So Lucknow is not a IT hub so, if I talk about industrial exposure then we just visited BSNL, UP 100 POLICE CONTROL ROOM so, I don't think visiting such sites matters for a CS guy. Faculty is well educated, many of them are PhD and from best colleges like IIT's, NIT's.
After some complaints received regarding the discrepancies in the calculation of the marks, KEA has decided to hold back the result of the Architecture Rank list 2020. The new release dates for the same will be announced soon.
Karnataka Examination Authority calculates the results of NATA b
Students seeking B. Arch admission 2020 across the state of Kerala can cross-check their already submitted NATA Score and marks in their 10+2 examinations till October 11, 2020, at 10 AM.
KEAM 2020 rank list will be published on the official admission page of KEAM (cee-kerala.org) on October 11,
The Directorate of Technical Education has initiated the admission process for architecture degree course seats. This comes after holding the National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) held across India, including Goa.
The DTE will accept filled application forms from students from 15
The result for the NATA 2020 Phase I is expected to be declared on the official website today. Earlier the result was to be announced on September 3, 2020, which however got delayed.
NATA 2020 first test was held on August 29, 2020 and the secondary exam by the Council of Architecture (
On 29 August, at least 100 students from Goa took the National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA), which is given for admission to degree courses in architecture.
47 students took NATA at the centre at MICE, Margo, while 52 students took the test at Don Bosco College of Engineering Fatorda.
Council of Architecture (CoA) will be holding the first attempt of NATA 2020 tomorrow i.e., August 29, 2020. Applicants appearing for NATA 2020 have an opportunity to appear both home based and as computer based tests at exam centers.
CoA released the NATA 2020 admit cards for the first attempt o
As per the latest update, Council of Architecture (CoA) has released the NATA Admit Card on August 25, 2020. Earlier, the NATA 2020 Admit Card was to be released on August 24, 2020. However, there was a delay. Successfully registered candidates can download their NATA Admit Card for the fi
The architecture course will undergo some reforms this year. On 11 August, the Council of Architecture released the Minimum Standards of Architectural Education Regulations for 2020.
According to the new norms, students can now leave the course at the end of three years; the university will a