Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com] | Batch of 2021
Written on 08 Feb 2018
Class timings are from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm. Exams are conducted thrice in a year and quality of teaching is good. Overall experience is good.
Per annum, I pay INR 30,000 for my course fee. When we get more marks we get exemption in paying course fees. Average 50% of students get scholarships. Some students undertake loans, Banks like Canara bank and State bank of Karnataka provides educational loans.
As I am still studying I didn't apply for the internship. So many companies like Google, ITC, etc come for the campus placements. The average salary is INR 30,000 per month and highest salary is INR 1,00,000 per month. The percentage of the batch who get placed is 90%. Alumni network is good.
There are 2 hostels and maintained properly. Per month hostel fee is INR 5,500. There are PG available near the college and the charges are INR 6,000 per month and food cost around INR 50 per meal. The quality of classroom is good.
There are so many clubs and which student can choose according to their interest. The Ethnic day is important fest which is celebrated here. The ethnic day is celebrated in our college. Life is going good in my college.
The admission process is very easy. The student who passed 12th standard can get admission in the college. Before admission, you have to fill the admission form, Once your seat is confirmed in that college they will inform you. They was no such entrance examination. The typical cutoffs for my course is 190 out of 200.
We have no entrance exam for this course, we go according to the merit. We need to have a minimum of 75% attendance to appear in our exam.
Till now I didn\'t join internships or any other companies. Our course, as compared to other courses have limited scope when it comes to any internships programmes. But I would like to join one.
My Course fee per year is 10020/- Scholarships available that I know are; Sc/St/obc And other scholarships for students pursuing professional courses. Average students who got scholarships may rang...