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Dilkap Research Institute of Engineering and Management Studies, [DRIEMS] Satara Reviews

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Aditya
Aditya
Diploma in Mechanical Engineering, batch of 2018
CLUBS & ASSOCIATIONS
8/10

Gymkhana is provided by the college. Navratri festival (Garba), Days, Zealous and many more functions are happening on campus.


INFRASTRUCTURE & TRANSPORTATION
8/10

Hostel facility both for girls and boys are available. Hostels rooms are very clean. Labs are fully equipped and libraries contain very useful books. Library staff is also supportive of us.


ACADEMICS & FACULTY
8/10

Teachers are very helpful to students. The teacher uses projectors to teach. My experience in college is very nice.


FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP
8/10

The fee is comparatively less than any other colleges. Good Roman style infrastructure and campus is wonderful. Canteen food is also the best.


PLACEMENTS & ALUMNI NETWORK
8/10

College gives placement to students and many companies are tieup with the college.



Suraj
Suraj
Bachelor of Engineering [BE] (Mechanical Engineering), batch of 2017
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

Admission are simple, you have to do by online admission. 



Amarjeet
Amarjeet
Bachelor of Engineering [BE] (Mechanical Engineering), batch of 2017
CLUBS & ASSOCIATIONS
5/10

There is some active student association Like mesa, cesa. College life is good here.


PLACEMENTS & ALUMNI NETWORK
3/10

There is been no internship or company there. So its not very great college for job opportunities.



Anonymous
Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com], batch of 2019
CLUBS & ASSOCIATIONS
8/10
  • College itself is a great hangout in Neral. In Monsoon the college is a dream hangout for nature lovers. One can have an amazing view of the surrounding fields, mountains & waterfalls from the terrace, that’s only if they can manage to sneak in because entry to terrace is restricted. It’s like you are going to a weekend retreat. Not to forget Matheran is also not too far.
  • Dilkap Research Institute of Engineering & Management Studies hosts its cultural festival ‘Zealous’ during months February - March and technical fest in March. Zealous is quite happening compared to festivals of other colleges in this area. Being a new college, students have great liberty to try out innovative things during the festival but also expectations are high and students working hard to meet those expectations.

INFRASTRUCTURE & TRANSPORTATION
7/10
  • Dilkap Research Institute of Engineering & Management Studies (DRIEMS) has a really good infrastructure built in roman style of architecture.
  • Campus is huge including almost all academic facilities such as library, workshops, labs, gym, ground, canteen etc.
  • Labs and workshops are well equipped. And the place is under development, a new construction shows up every year.

PLACEMENTS & ALUMNI NETWORK
7/10
  • Rumour is that DRIEMS is going to have great placements in Indian & multinational companies. However as the first batch is still yet to come out it’s too early to comment anything about them. Students can only hope for the ‘rumours’ to come true.

FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP
7/10
  • The fee is INR 83294/-per year.
  • Crowd at Dilkap College is fine. Students from all over Mumbai come here but majority are from suburbs on central railway line. The crowd is not happening & those coming from western suburbs might have a tough time gelling with others. But after a while one can find a few like-minded students and then the college life becomes enjoyable. 

ACADEMICS & FACULTY
8/10
  • "Nothing exceptional, but tolerable enough", comments a student and is quickly agreed upon by some others.
  • 75% attendance is compulsory and the college is strict about it. However they are considerate and give relaxation in attendance for genuine reasons. Measures are taken to make students attend, such as a fine of INR 100 per day is collected or parents are called or students are burdened with extra assignments. But no serious action is usually taken against till you have 40%.


Anonymous
Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com], batch of 2019
ACADEMICS & FACULTY
7/10
  • "Nothing exceptional, but tolerable enough", comments a student and is quickly agreed upon by some others.
  • 75% attendance is compulsory and the college is strict about it. However they are considerate and give relaxation in attendance for genuine reasons. Measures are taken to make students attend, such as a fine of INR 100 per day is collected or parents are called or students are burdened with extra assignments. But no serious action is usually taken against till you have 40%.