Jai Hind College, Mumbai

Read Student Reviews of Jai Hind College, Mumbai

CA Sahil B.Com, batch of 2015
21 Jul 2017 Rating :
Societies & Associations:

There is various association of students and various clubs. All kind of festivals is celebrated here. College life is the best phase of life

College Infrastructure:

There is no hostel in Jai Hind College as such. You can avail hostels nearby. Canteens and cafeteria food are the best.

Academics & Faculty:

Usual college timings, Proper schedule of lectures, Good quality in method of teaching, Overall very good experience

Fees and Scholarship:

Course fees varies from courses. However it's very normal and not too high. No need of loans as such

Placements & Internships:

Various companies and even corporations give placements to Jai Hind College students along with good annual salary

Admissions:

Eligibility was majorly based on marks. Admission procedure was smooth. Cut offs are high

Mohammad B.Com, batch of 2017
06 Jun 2017 Rating :
Societies & Associations:
  • A lot of festivals are celebrated on campus 
  • Life at Jai Hind College is good
College Infrastructure:
  • Hostel facilities are not provided to the students at Jai Hind College
  • PGs are not available outside the college
  • The quality of food is good in the college
Academics & Faculty:
  • The quality and method of teaching are good at Jai Hind College
Fees and Scholarship:
  • The course fee is INR 34000 for three years at Jai Hind College
  • Loans are not needed
Placements & Internships:
  • Internship options are not provided to the students at Jai Hind College
Admissions:
  • The eligibility criteria to get into Jai Hind College is to pass class 12
Rehmat Bachorel of voctional software development, batch of 2019
21 May 2017
Admissions:

Candidates are given admission into Jai Hind College, Mumbai according to the marks obtained in the qualifying examination along with the entrance test score. 

Jyoti Banking Insurance, batch of 2019
16 May 2017 Rating :
Societies & Associations:
  • Our cultural fest, Entourage is one of the most popular in Mumbai.
  • Life is the best at Jai Hind College as it has good surrounding.
College Infrastructure:
  • No hostel facilities are available. 
  • The rent at the PGs are around 5,000 rupees per month. 
  • Infrastructure is excellent. 
Academics & Faculty:

Teachers are well qualified. 

Fees and Scholarship:

The course fee is around 20,000 rupees at Jai Hind College, Mumbai.

Placements & Internships:
  • No internship opportunities. 
  • Average starting salary is 2,50,000 rupees per year. 
Admissions:
  • Candidates are given admission according to the marks obtained in the qualifying examination.
  • Cut-offs for Jai Hind College are usually 80% for the general category. 
Rhea Bmm, batch of 2019
16 May 2017 Rating :
Societies & Associations:
  • There are many festivals like Detour, Shakespeare, Jai Hind music cafe festival that are organized by Jai Hind College.
  • Apart from that, there are other departments which organize festivals like Entourage, Talash, etc.
  • There is a music club and a drama club at Jai Hind.
College Infrastructure:
  • There are no hostels associated with the college but there are many PGs around with affordable rents.
  • The food in the college is great. Everything from non veg rolls, rice and burgers to Veg dosas, idlis and fried rice is available at low prices.
  • The infrastructure is commendable.
Academics & Faculty:

The class timings are different for all days of the week. There are a lot of interesting projects given to us. We've made 3 short movies in the past 1 year. The quality and method of teaching is great.

Fees and Scholarship:

The fees for BMM in Jai Hind College is quite affordable. It ranges from Rs 17,000 to Rs 25,000 in all the 3 years.

Placements & Internships:

Internship opportunities are available. 

Admissions:
  • A student's class 12th board results decide his/her admission in Jai Hind College.
  • The cut off ranges between 93% to 95%.
  • Sindhi students, as well as students belonging to Schedule castes, schedule tribes, other backward classes, the ward of an army personality, have an advantage over others as they are backed by respective quotas.
Risha Bbm, batch of 2017
24 Mar 2017
Admissions:
  • The Eligibility criteria for JHC were That the candidate must pass 12th standard with 45%.
Kunwar BMS, batch of 2016
23 Jul 2016 Rating :
College Infrastructure:
  • Food in college was very nice.
  • Quality of classrooms were also nice.
Placements & Internships:
  • I was interning at Camlin, wasn't stipend.
  • Directi, Tata, reliance, KPMG, EY comes for the placements.
  • Average package is of Rs 300,000 per year and about 70% of batch gets placed.
  • Alumni network is pretty.
Fees and Scholarship:
  • I do not remember.
  • No one got scholarship.
  • Don't know about the loans. 
Academics & Faculty:
  • Daily routine is not fixed, class timings are not fixed.
  • Quality is okay and method is good.
  • Overall experience was okay.
Carol B.Sc in microbiology, batch of 2017
08 Jul 2016 Rating :
College Infrastructure:
  • Hostel and PG are also available.
  • Canteen food is healthy and hygienic
  • Classrooms are well developed. Wifi facility is also available
Placements & Internships:
  • I have done internship in hospitals without stipends.
  • Alumni network is very strong.
Fees and Scholarship:
  • The course fees is around INR 5000-6000.
  • There are multiple scholarships available. It is available to scheduled castes.
  • Around 30 students get scholarships.
Academics & Faculty:
  • We have a strict attendance. On daily basis we have lectures and practicals.
  • Faculty is very good.
  • Overall experience is good.
Anagha B.Com, batch of 2019
04 Jul 2016 Rating :
Societies & Associations:

 

  • Talaash, Entourage and Detour are the annual festivals of BMS, BBI and BMM departments respectively.

 

 

College Infrastructure:
  • The canteen of Jai Hind college is above average, serves good delicacies at almost affordable prices.
  • Well, the infrastructure is quite up to the mark. Even though, there isn’t a huge campus, it’s well maintained and cleaned regularly. Good classrooms, comfortable benches, and well equipped library with books of all possible subjects, gives a thumbs up to the overall infrastructure of Jai Hind College. As Jai Hind is located right next to Marine Drive, there are hundreds of expensive restaurants like Pizzeria, Indian Summers, Café Mocha and Relish.
Fees and Scholarship:
  • Courses fees depends upon a particular course and fees changes every year
  • Loans may or may not be required. 
Academics & Faculty:

 

  • Well, the lecturers at Jai Hind are pretty good, atleast the students are satisfied with their teaching. Professors of Science and Commerce department have detailed knowledge about their subject and are co-operative, at times. Most of the communication takes place in English but some teachers become extra friendly during lecture hours and start off with Hindi.

 

Vidhi B.Com, batch of 2015
21 Jun 2016 Rating :
Fees and Scholarship:
  • Affordable fee structure
  • Loans are not required
  • The fees is around INR 4,000/- to INR 6,000/-
Daksh Journalism, batch of 2020
26 Apr 2016 Rating :
College Infrastructure:
  • There are no hostels in our college.
  • The food is really nice and the canteen is clean and well maintained.
  • They serve hygienic food.
  • A meal costs around Rs. 50-60.
  • The classrooms are great and really nice.
  • There is Wifi provided by the college.
  • There is drinking water available on every floor.
  • There are washrooms in each floor.
Placements & Internships:
  • I haven't interned before.
  • The internships provided in our college are really helpful.
Fees and Scholarship:
  • The average college fees is not really high as compared to other colleges or institutes.
  • The students dont require loans as the fees is nominal.
  • Scholarship options are provided by the college.
Academics & Faculty:
  • My college has the best amenities.
  • It is known for it's faculty the most.
  • The teachers are really interactive and try to teach the students in the easiest way possible which makes learning more of a fun task then just mugging up,
  • The staff, canteen and everything provided in the campus is really up to the mark.
  • We have students from across the globe which helps us understand and know about other cultures too.
Haaris B.Sc (Computer Science), batch of 2018
19 Jan 2016 Rating :
College Infrastructure:
  • There are 2-3 hostels at Jai Hind College, Mumbai.
  • The quality of food in campus is a bit costly.
  • Quality of classrooms, labs and everything is very Good.
Placements & Internships:
  • Rs. 2,00,000/- per annum is the average salary per year at Jai Hind College, Mumbai.
Fees and Scholarship:
  • The course fee at Jai Hind College, Mumbai is Rs. 16,000/- per year.
  • Scholarship facilities are provided to meritious students at the University.
  • No loans are needed.
Academics & Faculty:
  • Daily Routine at Jai Hind College, Mumbai is good.
  • The quality of teaching is nice.
  • The overall experience is too good.
Nausheen B.Sc, batch of 2013
25 Oct 2015 Rating :
Societies & Associations:
  • Talaash, Entourage and Detour are the annual festivals of BMS, BBI and BMM departments respectively at Jai Hind College.
College Infrastructure:
  • The infrastructure is quite up to the mark at Jai Hind College.
  • Even though there isn’t a huge campus, it’s well maintained and cleaned regularly.
  • Good classrooms, comfortable benches, and well-equipped library with books of all possible subjects give a thumbs up to the overall infra of Jai Hind College.
  • There is a recreational centre in the campus with many indoor games along with an auditorium.
  • The campus is Wifi enabled, so social network lovers can pass their time very easily.
Placements & Internships:
  • For campus placement, as well as internships companies such as Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), AOS Studley and Jindal Steel Works (JSW).
  • With massive conglomerates such as Google, Ernst & Young and KPMG it is rest assured at Jai Hind College
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