Every festival is celebrated here and here life is very free and discipline. Sports and culture are great.
Nice campus. Clean campus and canteen is also nice. Every food in college is tasty and pgs near college is also cheap and nice.
The daily routine was like morning shift and comfortable for all. Best quality of teaching and nice faculty.
Fee is very reasonable and affordable so that middle class and lower class can also take admission.
Everything is good. Nice campus and here big company come for campus selection and I was also selected.
Good faculty. I didn't face any admission issue or any study issue. I easily completed my graduation and recommend to all my juniors to take admission in this university.
There are many clubs. Annual function and convocation happen, not a big event. It was okay.
So many hostels are there, they all are in the budget. Mess meal is very bad. Hostel room is average.
75% attendance is a must. Good teachers are there. It was quite good. As per college, it is a government college so it is a plus point. But according to me university is average.
For b.com it is INR 40000. 100% scholarship is available. No need for a loan, fee, of every course, is very low.
University doesn't provide you with an internship. Yes, Pandit Ravishankar Shukla University offers placements for Master of Business Administration. Placements (as provided by the college). Companies / Recruiters who visited the campus are Cipla, CMC, HDFC Bank, spectra mind. Not for bachelors course, 50% of MBAs get placed.
Eligibility criteria are for b.com, you need 60% above in 12th. 1st of all you need to apply for it. I don't think the form is available online. I have done offline yeah forms are available in college also then wait for your name in merit list. It's a state government university campus, quite good but their facilities are bad. I just applied for my degree and I was standing in long line. Yeah for anything you have to wait in a line for 2 to 3 hours minimum. For bachelor degree no need of any entrance exam. For masters degree, you need national level entrance exam like JEE and CAT. Cut off is minimum 60% above for general and for SC/ST 50.
Student societies are present there which work effectively. Despite that, no fests are being celebrated there and they just conduct an Annual function every year.
The life in the college is not very happening unless you are into politics and all but it's good.
Pt Ravishankar Shukla University doesn't have any hostel facility but you can get a hostel in the university arena which is almost 5-6kms from the college.
if you are looking for pg outside Pt Ravishankar Shukla University, you can get a good accommodation within rupees 3000 include food and everything.
There is small canteen run by the contractor in the Pt Ravishankar Shukla University, a government campus which can serve you snacks the whole day but no branded outlet is available in the college.
Speaking about the infrastructure of classes and labs, then you will get the government kinda feel, which is special I guess. But yeah the renovatuon work is in full swing to make it better. Wifi facility is available there which works in certain areas and even do not in certain ones. So you try your luck in this sense.
The daily routine was better suited for the night owls as our classes used to start quite late. I guess never before 10 am in the morning. Rest the faculty has all the right to take classes at their own timings. We didn't have projects in Master's degree but had seminars, which are conducted by your own professors. Assignments are quite usual to make you understand the subject in a better way.
The quality and method of teaching are good but not very advanced like privatized colleges. The infrastructure is good and colleges are improving day by day.
The overall experience was good.
The fee I paid in my two years was approximately between rupees 8000 -10000 Per annum. It increases substantially if you have computers as one your subject.
There are certain scholarships available for the students by the state government but these scholarships are based on the caste basis and not on the merit, which is sad. All the students of SC-ST category avail the benefits of these scholarships once they are inducted into the college.
Though the fee structure is quite convenient but still if you are not able to bear that then you can easily get it from the banks as few of them work in coordination with Pt Ravishankar Shukla University, like Central Bank of India.
The faculty in Pt Ravishankar Shukla University, is highly qualified, efficient and dedicated. Pt Ravishankar Shukla University, won't give you any placement opportunities and it's more of a theoretical knowledge giving institution with less of a pragmatic approach. But yeah the timings of the college are not much, so you can pursue your hobbies, part time jobs, and other activities efficiently.
Overall it's good if you have the zeal to excel only in the field of academics.
Govt J.Y. Yoganandam College of Chhattisgarh is the college in which I had studied. It was an Autonomous College and affiliated to Pt.Ravi Shankar University (recognized by UGC). This college holds a significant history and is among the eldest colleges in Chhattisgarh.
The criteria to get into master's degree is the marks secured by you in your undergraduate course. The merit list is prepared according to that only. But the final decision lasts in the hands of the concerned department in which you are applying.
There is no provision of entrance examination in this college for the post graduate course but if you are applying for govt J.Y. Yoganandam College of Chhattisgarh then you need to clear the entrance examination which has started from the session 2016-17. Still, the department can conduct the basic tests (written or oral) to know your potential and check whether you are fit for the course or not.
The cutoffs vary every year. But since the marking scheme( of autonomous colleges) of the same university varies a lot so you may get advantage or disadvantage of that as there is no provision for normalization of marks. So getting a seat in your branch depends on your marks and the number of seats (which varies in every department). But it's mostly above 50%. This information can easily be obtained from the college.