There are different societies for different courses like the econox society for economic.
I don't stay in hostel or PG, so I can't say much about it. But the canteen food is affordable and cheaper as compared to other places. It is better to eat in the canteen rather than outside.
Class timings are also good and the students can manage to attend all the classes. Teaching faculties are really good. I really love the time I spent in the college.
The course fees are really affordable, being under the DU, the fees are lesser than the private colleges.
The college will provide the internships.
The admission was done on the basis of merit only.
There are so many students' societies and clubs available in the college. My life in college is excellent.
There are no hostels in the college but PGs are available nearby the college at a very affordable rate. The quality of the classroom is decent. The food quality is also great at the canteen.
The daily routine is great. The quality and method of teaching are also good.
My course fee is INR 7000 per year.
Yes, our college offers various internships for the students to excel and grow the skills in various platforms and areas. Most students don't care about the stipend. Key companies are JPH Publications, S. Chand, etc.
There was no entrance exam for the admission. Most Probably the cut-off lies around 89% for the general students and 70% for the reserved students.
There are many societies and different festivals are celebrated with great enthusiasm.
There is no hostel in the college but the PG's are available outside the college.
College starts from 3 pm to 8 pm and the classes are held regularly, the quality of teaching is good.
The fees for my course is INR 15000 annually. There is no requirement of loans because the college fee is less.
I am not at all aware about the placements of my college.
Eligibility criteria was on the percentage basis and I did not take any entrance exam for my course.
There are many societies in our college and a lot of them have won many awards throughout the year.
There aren't any hostels but there are some PGs around the college and in Amar colony as well.
Great staff. Great class atmosphere. However, I feel that the class timings are not that great and could be made a bit flexible.
My course fees is around Rs 10,000 per annum. It is peanuts as compared to many universities outside DU.
No. I didn't apply for any internship opportunities at PGDAV. But I have heard that people do get good stipends.
Didn't take any entrance examination and the typical cutoffs were around 91% or a little lower than that.