Clubs are available like MUN, E-CELL, DANCE, MUSIC, Christmas and Onam they celebrate very well, college life is very much ok
2 hostels, per month 8000, PGs are availabe average cost is 5500 per month, food is ok it costs 50rs, infrastructure is decent
The course fee is Rs. 1 lakh/ annum, hostel fee is 90k per annum, minority scholarship, loans r difficult to get.
No internship done but going through campus manager, IT industry is famous in my college, placement package is 2 LAKH per annum
You must have 150 cutoff as of Tamil Nadu board, no entrance required, 160 is my course cutoff
There are many clubs and societies in this college. Life in this college is good.
I don't know about the hostel. Pg's are available nearby the college. Quality of infrastructure is good.
The Class starts at 8:30 am till 4:10 pm. Quality of teaching is good. Overall experience is good.
The course fee is INR 80,000 to 1 lakh per annum. Scholarships are available in this college. Loans are available if needed.
I have not done any internship. Placements are average in this college. Alumni network is not that good.
The student must pass the 12th grade with good percentage and JEE Main is the entrance exam to get the admission in this college. The cutoff is around 2,000.
A student has to pass his/her 12th Board exam. The cutoff for ECE went to 183. No such entrance exam is conducted for the admission.
The routine was very monotonous. Classes start at 08:10. We get regular assignments for every subject thrice per semester. These assignments paly a major role is boosting the student's internal score. There are three exam cycles which happen every semester. A slip test for 20 marks, a unit test for 60 marks and a model exam for 100 marks. Other than this there is the Anna University semester examinations. My department had quality faculty for most subjects. The knowledge they shared with us was more than necessary. One can't expect individual attention from the professors. For the people who can't cope with the professors, fellow classmates explain the concepts. Unfortunately more than 40 members of the faculty have met the firing squad a few months back. This made most quality staff to forcing quit their jobs. After a lot of confusion, pandemonium and students' strikes nothing happened.
I paid INR 45,000 per year. No scholarship options. The fee isn't that expensive for people to take loans. Except for the Hostel fee, there are a lot of community fee waiver given to selected students. A few of my classmates did take educational loans from various banks. The banks just expect an average academic score without any backlogs for every semester.
Very little scope for internships. Getting permission from the college for taking up that internship is a Herculean task, ignoring the fact that a maximum of 5 people per class are allowed for internships. The companies which come for placements are progressively degrading. Half the students who got placed in the companies haven't received their offer letters (including myself). They promise one hundred placements but on average 30 to 35 percentage of the entire class get placed. For the first time in several years, an alumni meet happened recently. My entire 4 years of engineering had no alumni influence whatsoever.
It was pretty easy to get into the college. My cut off was a mere 178. If you are willing to shell out an extra 40,000 per year, then anyone can get into the college.
There are many clubs and associations and the life at the college is good.
The hostels are extremely good.
The daily routine is from 9 am to 1.30 pm and the method of teaching is good.
The fees is INR 8360 and I don't have much about the scholarship.
I am still pursuing my degree so I don't have much idea about the placements.
There was no entrance exam.