You have the freedom to have fun along with the studies. With various associations, students are encouraged to take part in atleast one. The associations include Dance (classical, bollywood, and street style), Music, Fashion Team, Sports, Management fest teams, etc.
The biggest and the most popular fest is Cul-Ah which is the cultural fest organized by the student union and many volunteers. The college has many inter and intra collegiate fests on and off-campus. Carpe Diam is the management fest inviting many participants from outside MCC as well.
The hostels are very limited and if you're joining in late, there is a very small chance to get a room. But there are many PGs right outside the campus with rent around INR 10,000 to 15,000 per month. The canteen in college is good with many shops serving snacks and quick meals as well.
The library is huge with many books available on various subjects. This is mostly every Carmelite's favorite spot during exams.
The weekly schedule is generally fixed, with classes from 8:30/9:00 am to 3:00/4:00 pm. Attendance is strict and can be monitored through the online portal. The teaching method includes ppt on the projectors and blackboards.
It is a positive studying environment with very knowledgeable professors.
The banks that have a tie-up with the college are Vijaya Bank and UCO Bank. The accounts associated with the college id are made in one of the two banks. Loans are generally not needed as the fees are not too high, but these banks would be the best way to move forward with any loan requests.
There is no compulsory internship in between the 3 years bachelor's program. However, you can become a part of the placement cell which lets you sit for placements and give interviews for companies like KPMG, Target, E&Y, and Goldman Sachs for various roles in all departments.
When I went through the admission process in 2015, there was only a cut off eligibility of 90% in the 12th board examination result. Now, the college conducts admission tests in Maths, English, Reasoning, Aptitude, Current Affairs, and General Knowledge, along with group discussions and personal interviews.
All kind of a festival are celebrated in our college and students involved in many social activities and engage in it. In general its a good experience
The hostels are in good condition. Yeah, it is good. The food in college is good and the quality of classrooms are good
My class timings is from 8 am to 1 pm. There will be subject related projects given by our faculties. Exams are conducted semester wise. After that each chapter assignments are given. The quality of teaching is very good. Teaching as well as visual is available
My course fee was 52000 per year. Fee concession is based on category and merit-based scholarships.
Placements are available in the campus for all students for internships as well as work.
The candidates should have completed 12th board with good marks and cut off was 80% and there was no entrance exam for b.com.
The student's association is very active and has organised many events for the students. Gives you a good exposure to help build your personality.
The infrastructure is impressive, continuous construction is a bit of a hassle, but laboratory facilities are very good.
The faculty here is very experienced, and their approach to teaching makes learning more experiential. Lecturers are very hands-on too, they are up to date on the latest trivia and trends in the field and also inform the students on the same.
Fee is at par with other institutes, but what you get out of the experience is far more valuable. Scholarships are also available too.
The placement cell is very approachable and brings both internships and full time opportunities to students through placement drives.
Eligibilty criteria is primarily based on academic background and previous performance. The staff does conduct a personal interview too.
Cut off is 70%
I'm still in 1 sem so I don't know that much
The eligibility criteria was to get minimum 70% in all the subjects (major that we want to choose) minimum% is 65%, no entrance exam for bsc courses, direct admission is percentage is between 65-90 over above
I have done internship in 1st year. All kinds of companies come to hire and only some percentage gets placed. Alumni comes to college to tell about the importance of college
I secured 90% in 2 PUC. My course was based on chemistry, biology because of good grades
The entrance exam was not needed.
1) 60 associations and clubs. 2) Department fests, and main college fest - CUL - AH (Annually held in December). 3) Pretty enriching.
1) One hostel. Not aware of the fees. 2) Quite varied. Cost - 5,000 - 20,000. 3) Edible. Cost - 50 -150. 4) Good.
1) Class timings - 9:20 am - 5:00 pm Projects - Bi-Monthly. Exams - CIAs (Continuous Internal Assessments) and End Semester Examinations/ per semester. Assignments - Bi-Monthly. 2) Average. 3) Average.
1) Mount Carmel College, [MCC] Bangalore Fee Structure. The course fee is about INR 45,000
2) Merit and Non - Merit scholarship.
3) Not aware.
4) Yes. Not easy. ICICI, HDFC, UCO Bank.
1) KAARMIC, CRY, U&I. 2) None that I am aware of at the moment. 3) The information hasn't been passed on to the students yet. 4) Superb.
1) It was a merit based application process. 2) None. 3) 60 - 65% (BA). 80 - 85% (Honours).
Every festival is celebrated in the college campus but the surrounding area is a bit different.
The infrastructure is average and not that happening. The quality of the labs and library is decent.
The classrooms are fantastic and the teachers are superb. My experience at the college was amazing.
The last time I paid was INR 25000 per annum. The loans are not needed as the price is cheap.
The admission procedure is super easy depending on your percentage.I don't know about the new rules.