Ashish Singh

Bachelor of Engineering (BE) (Information Technology) | Batch of 2018

Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology, [RGIT] Mumbai Review by ashish

Overall Rating : 10 / 10

Written on 28 Oct 2016

Academics & Faculty
Know more
10 /10

The faculty is really good in Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology. They are easily approachable and have good knowledge about their subject. Classrooms have projectors so that concepts can be taught easily. Quality of labs is also very nice.

Fees & Scholarship
Know more
8 /10

  • Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology fees is around 1 LPA.
  • There are a lot of scholarship options available for underpriviledged and talented students.

Placements & Alumni Network
Know more
10 /10

  • There are a lot of internship opportunities available through the T&P cell of Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology.
  • A lot of companies from all sectors come in to recruit during the placement season.
  • The average salary package is somewhere around 5-6 LPA.

Infrastructure & Transportation
Know more
10 /10

  • Like most of the colleges which are situated in the heart of the city, Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology doesn't have a hostel. But accomodation is easily available near the college and most students prefer that.
  • The quality of food in our canteen is also very good and is very cheap.

Clubs & Associations
Know more
10 /10

  • Every department in Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology has got it's own departmental society. There are clubs for almost everything (dance,drama,sports,etc.).
  • The main cultural festival of our college (ZODIAC) is famous across mumbai.

Eligibility Criteria & Admission Process
Know more

  • The eligibility criteria for my admission (as I was an all India candidate) was myJEE MAIN score, although now all India candidates can also apply through MHT CET.
  • I had scored 122 in JEE MAIN, I had also given BITSAT and COMEDK UGET.
  • The cutoff for all India candidate is quite high(JEE MAIN).

Live Application Forms

Other Reviews you may be Interested in

Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Agricultural Engineering), batch of 2016 6/10
  • The faculty at Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology (RGIT) in general is average.
  • Some professors have no clue of the subject at all.
  • There are a handful of professors who have the requisite knowledge to be there teaching you. 
  • The placements are strictly okay, except for 2010 when it showed 80-85% placements.
  • Placements in the instrumentation branch are relatively bad.
  • Some good companies do come to pick students f...

Bachelor of Engineering (BE) (Information Technology), batch of 2015 3/10
  • Class used to start 8:30 am till 4:30 pm daily 5 lectures and 2 hrs practical. Assignments used to given to write at home and two unit test in one semester.
  • Quality was very poor only few professors were good. It was syllabus completion oriented not on how much students getting benefited and how many understood. Related to studies it was avarage, there was no discipline and no command over students not students respected any professors just because they were poor in teacher as well as could not set any ideal example.

Bachelor of Engineering [BE] (Computer Engineering), batch of 2021 7/10
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process:

The eligibility criteria is pretty decent 60% marks in PCM and around 100 scores in state engineering examination. I got my admission through MAH CET.


I recently did an internship in a startup company \'shopadda\' an e-commerce website as a frontend developer. My stipend was 3000 INR per month.

The companies that come for placements are Infosys, TCS, Capgemini with an average salary of around 4 lakh PA.


The fee is around 1 lakh INR per year. Scholarships are available through government schemes for lower in...

Interested in this College ?