I was a student of batch 2014, graduated in the year 2018. Talking about my college, when I was a student the things were different to elaborate on the infrastructure, events etc were all average. But now the things are different at atria, they're trying their best to be competitive with all the other topmost colleges. Everything's changed our campus looks crazy compared to the old one. It completely depends on every individual I always loved my college and will always do, I have nothing negative to talk about my own college, I feel everything went well for me.
Atria Institute of Technology, Bangalore, Karnataka has 9 Courses with Average Fees Rs 54390 (INR) per year. It depends on how you have done in your entrance exam. The candidate shall have secured a minimum of 45% marks in aggregate (40% marks in case of SC/ST candidates) in three subjects of Physics, Mathematics and any one of the following subjects namely, Chemistry, Biology, Biotechnology, Computer Science, Electronics and shall have completed PUC, 10+2, or its equivalent with English as one of the languages.
Well, ATRIA institute of technology is a good place for engineering as it is located at the heart of the city. You are eligible to apply through your CET ranks, even I got admitted through that. Otherwise, you can even get in through management. The cut off is high for computer science and electronics and communication.
The eligibility criteria for the course is the completion of 12th std with good marks. KCET is the examination which I gave for admissions and scored 75000.
The admissions are done through KCET, COMEDK UGET or through management seats. The management fees varies for different courses and different merits.
The student must pass the 12th grade with the percentage above 50% and KCET is the entrance exam to get the admission in this college.
Students need to complete their 2nd puc with good marks in PCM and should appear in KCET. KCET Typical cutoff was 22000.