There are a lot of societies for students to join in, ranging from dance to cooking to coding, etc. The main festivals are Abhilasha, which is the inter-departmental cultural competition amongst the freshers only. Other main events are VISH, Jhankar, etc.
There is a MOP hostel near the campus. As the college is located in the main area of the city, there are a lot of options for PG's or other hostels. The food in the canteen is pretty delicious. A proper meal approximately costs about Rs.100.
There are 2 batches. The first one starts at 8 am and ends at 12.45 pm. This is a very good timing as the student gets the entire day. The teachers are highly qualified and they are very precise in their method of teaching.
Per semester, the fee is about Rs.22,000. So per year, it would be approximately Rs.45,000. Loans are not needed as the fees aren't very high.
I haven't done any internships. But our college provides a lot of placement opportunities. Companies like Goldman Sachs and Ernst & Young come for the internship as well as placements.
I have to take any entrance examination. The cut-offs are typically 95%+.
So many clubs..and students can get themselves enrolled and have full liberty in taking up the activities that come their way. College cultural and fest are beyond imagination and are too good. Overall MOP is an amazing college with good infrastructure and friendly faculties.
There is no college hostel as such. The canteen is well and affordable. Classroom atmosphere would be too good. It has got library and labs as well.. Wifi and other infrastructures are also available. Basically a student friendly college.
For my Dept the college starts at 9 and ends at 5.30. For the rest of the depts, it is either morning or evening college. Quality of teaching is pretty decent. And you get a very good exposure in extracurricular as well.
The course fee is INR Rs.35,000 per semester. There might be an increase now though. I got no idea about scholarship but there are students who have got scholarships.
For B.com honours we had internships in all the three years. Also, companies that come for placement are TCS, Ernst and Young, Goldman Sachs, RBS etc. The most important is that around 90 to 95% of the students get placed for a decent pay.
A good percentage in your 12th I.e above 90% depending on the course you choose along with a good rank in their entrance exams would do.
The eligibility criteria for BBA was that one has completed their high school degree in commerce stream with maths. The typical cutoffs were above 760 out of 800.
There are student cabinets. There are clubs for specific languages, and for each department, there is a students union that takes care of events related to that department. Many cultural happen regularly on my campus. College life is good.
There's no hostel in my college. As I haven't stayed in a pg till now, I do not know much about it. Food is really good and the cost is affordable. The quality of the infrastructure is also good.
My daily routine is from 7:45 am - 12:45 pm, as its a morning shift. For every 2 months, there is an internal exam and for every 6 months, there is an external exam. Experience is really good, there is lots of exposure to many things. The quality of teaching is really good. Teachers use library sources and powerpoints for teaching.
My course fee is INR 30,000 p.a maximum. The students who are eligible for the scholarships, apply for it, and they get selected for it. Loans aren't in need now.
Internships are compulsory for every student in the college, it should be done after the student completes their 2nd year. Key companies will mostly be finance and marketing. Most of the students who are doing their 3rd years get placed well.
The eligibility criteria for my course is 12th std pass with a decent score. My admission procedure was a face-to-face interview. 75%-80% was the cutoff for my course.