Temporary campus. 60% of students get a hostel. Charges INR 2500 monthly Average food. INR 40 per meal Average facilities.
Classes timing 9:00 AM. 3 sessional exam in every semester. Good teaching qualities. Average.
INR 10000 approximately. State and central scholarships. 50% get scholarships. No loans.
No internship, I am fresher. Finance, marketing, HR. INR 300000 average, highest is 1000000.
Now UG courses are removed, so PG courses eligibility are Graduation. CUCET exam is undertaken for admission. Typical cutoffs for 160/200 marks.
There is no student association in this college. CUJ organize annual sports fest every year and another cultural festival too. CUJ has an NSS program run by the students called Unnayan, in which student teach the local students free of cost.
The University is in its temporary campus because main campus is still under construction. But as this is temporary campus, facilities are not so good but not so bad either. Food served in hostels are good.
Academics are good, here you have to study if you want to pass the examination. Method of teaching is very good. Faculty members are very supportive. I think if you want to study then this is a good place.
Per semester fee for my course is 7,300 Rs. I don't think there are any scholarships needed for this fee but of course, there are so many Central governments scholarships out there.
I haven't done any internship right now. And there are no placement for my course.
I'm pursuing my postgraduate course in Physics. You must have at least 60% marks in your graduation and you have to qualify CUCET exam. For my course, the CUCET cut off was 42 Marks.
We used to run UNNAYAN. College also celebrates Janmashtami and Ganesh Chaturthi.
The PG'S outside the college is affordable but they are not good and they used to take advantage of being local. The outside pgs cost around INR 2500 to 6000 per month. The hostel was beautifully designed but due to the lack of maintenance, now it's condition is not good.
Basically, my department is good and helpful and college it needs to improve more.
I guess was approx INR 40 to 42 thousand which included everything even hostel and food. For general category, there is no scholarship available for ST and OBC some were there.
For my stream just an AJIM PREMJI NGO came, I qualified the written but failed in the interview. Since the start of my institute, not a single meet has been organized. Not even original certificates have been issued.
Minimum 50% aggregate is required and the student should also have to clear the CUCET Cut off, which differ year to year.
Eligibility criteria for all Integrated UG+PG program are minimum 55% marks in 12th board. For PG program minimum 55% in 12th board and 60% in graduation. For admission, you have to clear the CUCET exam. Typical Cutoff for IMBA program was minimum 120+ out of 300.