There are all the major festivals on campus.
There are many hostels because they have their own and some local buildings used as hostels. Students also can stay in rent besides hostel but it costs more than hostel fee. The food quality is moderate.
Daily routine is quite good and according to the other students the method of teaching is also good.
Fees for courses are feasible.
Cotton college became a university few years ago. So, they have almost all facilities but I've never heard about it that companies hire students from here but the university provides a good quality education.
The eligibility criteria was to be more than about 50%
Not yet, but I will give soon
● There are about 9 hostels, I guess. And no idea about the hostel fees. ● The PGs are good in the area and is satisfactory. ● The food is good, and it costs less. ● They overall infrastructure is satisfactory, although there are scopes of improvement.
● The daily routine is good, and class timings are satisfactory and classes happen regularly. ● The quality and method of teaching is good. ● The overall experience in college is good.
● My BSC course cost me about 7,000. ● There are many scholarship options available for students. ● No idea about that. ● No loans are needed.
● No internships or stipends done. ● No idea about that. ● No idea about that. ● Alumni consists of eminent personalities.
● The eligibility criteria for my course was about 80% above in my core subjects from (+2) (excluding physical education). And for the admission procedure, an online form was required to be filled up and during the day of the admission, it was required. ● No entrance examination was required. ● The typical cutoff is about 80%, but it varies from course to course.
Cotton is full of activities I play basketball and I have been provided with good exposure There is also NSS which is very active. College life has been great so far because of the good people around me.
There are many hostels, both for girls and boys. Food in college is quite cheap and there are two canteens. There are many pg near the college.
Class timings are from 9-4 pm. The method of teaching is quite traditional but. The teachers are highly experienced and qualified Teachers are ever ready to help But. They sometimes teach in Assamese which is not understandable because I'm from Nagaland.
I'm a general student so I didn't get any scholarship from the college There is financial help for students who are unable to clear the admission fees You only need to pay admission fees i.e less than 8000 and no monthly fees.
I'm still in ug first semester so... I don't have any experience about it. But... I've heard that there were seniors who got good packages and some seniors even top IIT examination
For BSc, the eligibility criteria were 50% aggregate in 10+2 with Science and Mathematics. There were no entrance examinations for UG besides there are entrance examinations for pg. There are certain reservations for minorities, As a result, it becomes hard for general students whose percentage is less than 80. The college scenario is good... Good people good air... And if you happen to join sports... Life will be so much better in cotton
The infrastructure is quite poor. The buildings are old. There are some discussions going on to renovate the college.
The academy is quite good I had a great experience in the college and the method of teaching is also good.
My course fee was INR 2 lacs for 2 years. Not much scholarship options are available.
The salary figures are quite satisfying, around INR 10 lakhs per annum. The percentage of batch getting placed is around 60%.
The cutoffs of the course are pretty low for sc and st category. For general it is not the same.
There is union society in our college who looks into all the matters of college and also work for the development of our college, elections also go well every year we enjoy a lot many other programs are also held and students really enjoy very much. My life is going very good. In college
There are many hostels separate for both girls and boys the condition of hostels are okay and the food is somewhat okay and the hotel fees are not much. PGs are also quite good as the students living there get a home like an experience. Classrooms are very good.
Classes are held regularly, only it gets canceled if there comes any important program. Every faculty is mother and father like they teach you very nicely My experience is very good so far.
Fees are not so high as it is government college, and there are even scholarship s for poor but meritorious students every year many students get a scholarship through various schemes.
They provide good placement opportunities for all their students, some of the great personalities from Assam are the alumni students of cotton college like bhupen hazarika,etc
To get admission in cotton college you have to score a good percentage, Cut offs are generally high and you have to score very good marks in the subject of interest in order to get admission in the b.sc course.
The eligibility criteria are to complete (10+2) Higher Secondary. The cutoff is 75- 80%(until 2016-17)
As being one of the most reputed colleges of Assam it provided the best possible platform to students not only on academics but also on art and cultural sector. There is a student union in the college that also plays a vital role in the welfare of students.
In total there are 7 hostels (college) along with several other private hostels nearby College hostels were free and only dues were the mess dues However private hostels may range from INR 3000 to INR 5000 pm.
Class timings were perfect Since I used to live in the college hostel. The classes were held closeby Usually, the classes start at 9 am and ends at around 2 pm in the noon Quality of teaching was good. The faculty was helpful and special guest lecturers from reputed universities often visited Seminars were also conducted.
There are numerous clubs for all the quotas. Be it arts, sports or debating societies. This university is a hub of talent. The main festival observed here is the cotton fest. Along with it college week is also celebrated for a week once in a year. Many other events also take place from time to time. Life in college is fun if you have friends that match your heart and mind. And it will be awesome for you if you get into any club because you'll get to meet people with likes that matches yours. Good luck.
There are plenty of hostels both for girls and boys with a very friendly environment. There are private pgs available too. The college canteen is pretty good with tasty food and reasonable prices.
The classes are from 9 to 5. Hectic I know but full of fun. You are given breaks in between, look for all the fun then. The teachers expect us to be more interactive. The more interactive you are the more interesting will be the class. College is hectic with a pinch of fun with all the events happening around.
The fees depend upon your courses. If you have practicals your fees will be slightly higher than the courses with no practicals. There are scholarships available. You need to apply for it to get it.
I am still studying there and hoping to grab the best. And the best part? Notable figures come for seminars and lecture every month. Best to explore one's talent.
Cotton college is considered to be one of the most prestigious colleges in northeast India with its glorious past. The admission is done on the basis of your merit. No entrance examination is taken. To get the desired course your percentage should be above 90.
Class always starts at 9 am and ends at 5 pm. It depends actually. Students get assignments and projects each and every day. The teaching faculty is great. No doubt they are too friendly and help each and every student
Per year fee is about INR40k. There are various scholarship options like Ishan Uday Scholarship, also there are various types of scholarships for minority sections. About 80% of the students get the scholarship. No loans