The separate students union and only for election purpose Youth and cultural festival, ratri before Navratri.
2 to 3 hostels, no idea about the fee but something around 55,000 to 75,000. Canteen condition has not updated any choices are available and there are only 2 to 3 canteens. Quality of classrooms are clean.
7820/- for boys in the main building. DSW and it's also for a few selected students. Not sure Not needed
I don't even hear about MSU gives internships !! Somehow given placements but its ration in b.com is too low! About 10 % something according to total passed out from b.com from MSU. The measures should be taken on it in also infrastructure, management, lecture confected in classrooms, even no of students is very low in attendance end give much important to hiring lectures sometimes I found that the lectures are confused.
No entrance exams so there is no criteria and cutoffs. The Admission process is based on 12th marks.
Candidates should have completed their 12th board with good marks and there is no particular entrance exam for my course.
College fest and sports day and many other festivals are celebrated. College life is just awesome
There are 4 girls hostel at university. There are other PGs and hostel also outside the campus. Quality is ok
The study is very good at msu. Professors give their best in teaching. Overall the quality is good.
8000 per year was my college fee and scholarship is only for backward class people. No idea about no. of students. No loan needed.
Basically no company comes for BA honours in economics. Also, there is no stipend which I get.
There was no exam conducted for BA honours it was on merit basis. My percentage was 84% in 12th board.
The class times are 9 am to 3 pm with an hour break. The Quality of teaching is average compared to other B-schools, overall experience was average.
BBA course fees at Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda is Rs 90,000/- per year.
Scholarship only available to SC/ST/OBC students - About 15%
Loans NOT Required
There are no Key companies that hire from campus.
The internship were good, mine was in Times of India.
There is no such Alumni Network.
The societies and clubs and students are highly motivated. We celebrate every important day and festivals. The associations also contribute a lot for students. Shows and activites are on. Associations and clubs also offer development courses in vacations.
The university has two common hostels for students. One for boys, other for girls. The fees for hostel is a bit more than the fees of college so that the university can provide the students a better place to live. Number of students are from different states and cities, so they eithef live in hostel or go for PG. On the other side when the talk comes to cleanliness, the college is very clean. The cleaners are so mucj in cleaning that they keep the college look beautiful. Classrooms, labs, libraries, dining halls, and ither infrastructure is properly mended everyday and it is kept sure that is clean so tht students feel comfortable.
The timings for every that is first, second and third year is different. It is kept in such a way that every batch gets sufficient time. Exams in every year are divided into two parts - internal and external. Professors here are highly qualified and experienced. All the professors here are teaching at the college for a very long time. They are more concerned with the development and upgrading of the students.
The average fees for B.Com course at Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda per year is INR 6000. There are number of scholarships available for the students who are bright. As the fees are nominal so no much students need to take loans.
There are several programs conducted every year in university. With a lot of enthusiasm. There is a very student friendly environment.
The hostel is provided by the college and the hostel environment is very good. Ragging free, seniors are just like your friends. Boys and girls hostel is with their own environment. They are given their own space. And the hostel is not too far from college.
The timing depends on the course selected. And the college hours are convenient for girls. And teaching is very good, as the lecturer is very supportive. The overall experience is good.
The college fee varies every year. And it is very affordable. And it may vary even if the student is a girl or a boy. Fees prospectus is given on the site. And there is a scholarship for the students who cannot afford the fees.
There is a student internship program for every student. Which is very helpful for the students to gain experience and the staff is very cooperating.
The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda (MSU), formerly Baroda College is a public university in the city of Vadodara, in Gujarat state, India. Eligibility criteria- depends on the course you are going to opt. For psychology there was no entrance exam conducted , it was based on merit list. Cut off of taking psychology is 75% .
There are very few students societies, club, and association. Mother's day, Environment day, etc. are the main festival on campus.
Hostel fees are around INR 30000 to 50000. The canteen food is the best for our health. The quality is the best of classroom, lab, and libraries.
The classes are from 9 AM to 4 PM. The quality is the best for the method of teaching.
INR 15000 to 20000 is my course fee.
You need to score 60% marks in your academic and NEET and GUJCET are the entrance exam that you need to give.
There are 5-6 hostel with affordable fee pattern. The quality of food is good and it's cost is minimum. The classroom quality and wifi service is excellent.
The quality of teaching is outstanding. The teachers are really helpful and they interact with students through presentations. It's a great experience in college
The course fee for B.Tech at Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, Gujarat is INR 17,700 per year. Students from backward classes whose annual income is below INR 1 lakhs can avail the scholarship.
Internship at L&T. The alumni network is excellent and very helpful in promoting student activities. Companies like L&T, abb, Essar steel, reliance etc hire from campus
Admission procedure is based on merit list which was decided by the scores of JEE Mains and PCM marks in boards. Entrance exam I tool was JEE Main.
The admission procedure is too easy for any course or stream.
There are mainly two student associations in our faculty. Almost all the major festivals including faculty fest and university fest are celebrated with enthusiasm. In general college life is pretty awesome.
Well this can be something to be proud of if you are studying in this college. There are around 10-15 hostels with each hostel having atleast 70 rooms. The hostel fees is around INR 6000 per annum which is quite affordable. Outside options do exist near the college and some of them are actually quite economic. Food in the college is tasty and hygenic. One meal will not cost you more than INR 30-50. Quality of classrooms, labs, libraries and other infrastructure is commendable. However Wifi is something which requires a lot of improvement.
Well academics are good. Classes are held daily with professors being regular. Professors are skilled and knowledgeable. Practicals are scheduled at regular intervals. Overall experience in the college was better than expected.
Well this is something in which our college excells. I don't know about other course but the fees for my course is INR 8500 per year. Although there are two divisions. The another one is the higher payment division which has a fees of about INR 50,000 which is quite a lot. I have heard about scholarships for students whose parents earn a bit low, students with a certain percentage in 12th boards and some scholarships based on caste as well. Can't comment about loans because been a part of it.
Well sadly it is something which our college lacks. I can't comment about other courses but as far as my course is concerned I never came across any sort of internship or stipend facilities. There are some rumours about campus placements taking place but I personally have never encountered any such things. Well I have never seen any sort of Alumni network at all.
Eligibility criteria for the admission for my course was 12th pass. There were no entrance examination and were no cutoffs. The admission was based on the percentage of 12th Board and students with higher percentage were granted the admission first.