2 hostels, Not so good.No idea about the fee. No pg available outside the college. No individual canteen but shared with Ambedkar college canteen. Everything is unorganized
9-5 classes. Many assignments plus presentations. Not so good except few teachers. They just focus on quantity, not quality. 3 exams: Minor 2, Minor 2, Majors Internal and external practical. Not so good as I expected.
70 Thousand in Indian Rupees. One or two scholarships No idea but maybe around 30-40 No idea.
I did an Internship last year for two months June-July 2017 which was basically for data analysis but later on, I got indulged in Digital marketing and content writing. Microsoft, TCS, Amazon etc. Not an idea about salary
I gave NIMCET which is an entrance test for MCA to get admission in NITs and on the basis of all India rank and caste category there was cutoff which was given through college.We had to just fill in the college form separately for admission, it wasn't included in NIMCET college list.
JEE mains is the entrance exam which makes the eligibility criteria for girls who have passed Class 12th
There are several societies and clubs in the college There are 2 fests tech fest and cultural fest College life in general is awesome
There are 2 hostels but I don't know about the fees of it No idea about PG's Food is fine Infrastructure is good
Assignments are given regularly and exams are conducted thrice in a semester 2 minors and 1 major Method and quality of teachers is really good and innovative It is awesome
I m doing an internship with a start-up whose funding is given by the college and its stipend is performance-based Companies likes Microsoft, Adobe, Accenture, etc visit the campus with a package of almost INR 10lakhs to 20 lakhs Many students get placed based upon their capability Alumni network is quite weak
The eligibility criteria were 60% in graduation. And the admission was through entrance test The university took it's own entrance test It is an engineering college so most of the admissions are taken through JEE MAIN
The fees are around 80k for two semesters. Yes, scholarships are available but only for the top 3 ECE students based on their performance up to 2nd year.
Placement for ECE a bit down here. Although, people do get placed in core companies other than IT companies. But you need to be really good for that. Alumni network is pretty good and they are very supportive.
So, I started preparing for JEE MAINS in 2013 and then I appeared for the exam in 2015 and luckily got an AIR 26K which was OK! Then I applied for JAC (Joint Admission Counselling) for the Technical colleges of Delhi. Based on my rank (for OD), I got ECE in IGDTUW. I lost ECE in DTU and ICE in NSIT to the people with their AIR around 25899(approx). That was a disappointment then because I didn't want to study in an all-girls college. But now that I have been in IGDTUW for the past 5 semesters, I love this college even though it has certain shortcomings. When I came here, I realised that I was one of the first ones to grab a seat in ECE. The cutoffs for ECE have gone further down for ECE in IGDTUW for the past two years. The infrastructure of this college is a bit miserable but they are working on it. Now it's much better than when I joined the college. Like every Technical college classes are meant for completing the goal of 75% attendance. But if you get lucky then you will find yourself in the presence of pretty amazing teachers. Also, they need you to give three exams per semester- Minor 1, Minor 2 & then Majors. Events and the societies in this college are really amazing and they provide plenty of opportunities to girls who otherwise shy away in a co-ed college, generally. Girls here are pretty smart and expressive. The environment overall is really healthy for self-development and growth. There is one more common problem here. There are a lot of monkeys roaming around on the college campus.