Ashwini Singh

Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Agricultural Engineering) | Batch of 2017

Atria Institute of Technology, [AIT] Bangalore Review by Ashwini

Overall Rating : 8 / 10

Written on 04 Feb 2015

Academics & Faculty
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8 /10

  • Faculty varies as per department – for ECE, CS & IS they’re very friendly and co-operative but for Telecom they’re extremely strict. One thing about them is common for all branches – majority are freshers and inexperienced.
  • They communicate in English, which is not all that fluent but one can understand it if they pay enough attention.

Placements & Alumni Network
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7 /10

  • The college has average placements.
  • About 80% students from CS & IS branches got placed last year.
  • Infosys was the major recruiter while TCS and Accenture were among other companies that had visited the campus.
  • The highest package offered was Rs 3.8 lakhs at AIT.

Infrastructure & Transportation
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7 /10

  • The college has a lot of space on the campus but it is not properly utilized.
  • Students often complain of not having a proper parking lot, because of which they have to park their vehicles under the hot sun. Some blocks in the campus are still under construction. 
  • There is no wifi in the college and wired the internet which is provided in the labs is also not reliable. 
  • Labs are well equipped with all the apparatus and instruments, however only half of them are new and in a good condition. 
  • There are no facilities for indoor or outdoor sports. There used to be a TT table which is nowhere to be found now.

Hostels & Food
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8 /10

  • The hostels are good and students have no problems regarding them.
  • The mess food is also not bad but north Indians might not like it. The rooms are on triple sharing basis.
  • The charges are Rs 45000; Rs 50000 if you want attached toilets.

Social Atmosphere
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8 /10

  • To put it in a student’s words, you can find “people from all phases of life”.
  • Majority – about 70% – of the students are Bangalore-ites.
  • The majority of the remaining 30% are north Indians.
  • Very fewer girls are there, and they’re quite reserved too.

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