There is a placement cell, a Rotaract club, and several other societies. The literary society of the college is called 'Mukhtalif' and it holds many poetry slams. There is always one or the other event going on in the college. Many workshops and seminars are held in the Gymnasium Hall. The one fest that is the most awaited by students is the Meraki. This fest remains the talk of the town for quite a while. Since it is an Anglo Vedic institution.
There are three 5 blocks in the hostel. The hostel fee for a year is rupees INR70,000. The newly built wings are really good. These two wings are for the first and second-year students. The rest of the blocks are in a pathetic condition. The food, however, is quite good. Hostelers are also given snacks and desserts. There is a Rishi Vatika meant only for hostlers. The PGs near the college charge a rent of rupees INR 7000 which includes food and electricity as well. The PGs without food charge rupees INR 5000 per month. The college canteen is small, overpriced and served bad food. The rest of the shops for eatables are quite good. There are a juice corner and a Nescafe booth as well. There is a stationery shop. The classrooms are well lit and spacious. The labs are the best part of the infrastructure. They are very well equipped. The library is a huge disappointment.
I was given the timetable at the beginning of each session. The duration of one lecture is of 45 minutes. We had to be regular in order to obtain the minimum required attendance i.e. 75%. Also, we submitted many assignments and projects for each semester. We also gave many presentations. These add to our internal assessment. The teachers in our college are well qualified. They're all experts in their fields or subjects. The teaching method, however, is not that good. Some teachers failed to complete the syllabus on time. So no time was left for revisions. The senior teachers in the college are way too strict. The younger ones are more dedicated. The college has a very weird rule that once you enter the college, you cannot exit before 12 noon. Also, no student is allowed in the college after 12. This is very inconvenient. My overall experience wasn't really good.
The fee structure for the course BA is as follows. We paid INR 13,000 for a year. This does not include the examination fee. An amount of INR 1500 rupees is to be paid for each semester as the examination fee. Also, you have to pay an extra amount of rupees 2000 if you opt for any Add-on course like Interior Designing, Mass Communication & Journalism, Fashion Designing etc. For the hostel, the fee for one year is rupees INR 70,000. Also, the prospectus that I bought for filling the form that came enclosed within it, cost me rupees INR 500. So, the fees are a bit high compared to other educational institutions in Chandigarh.
There is a placement cell in the college which remains quite active throughout the year. This cell makes sure that notices regarding internships and placement drives are well circulated in the campus. This year a number of companies like Amazon and Tommy Hilfiger were on the campus for hiring students. They offered a salary ofINR 15,000-INR 20,000 per month which isn't bad for a fresh graduate. However, only a few, say 10% students got hired for these companies. The rest of the students had to settle for the call center job offers.
I opted for the course BA and there was no entrance test. The admissions were purely merit-based. Since I had scored 86% in my twelfth board exams, I easily got admission in the college. The cut-off for BA was 60% in any stream. The admission process was quite simple.
I have not done any internship. Companies that related to marketing, finance come for the placements. Average salary package will be around INR 3 LPA to 4 LPA.
The eligibility criteria for the admission in this college is based on 12-grade percentage.
The teacher is good but students circle is very poor. There are only 1 or 2 cultural festivals in this College. In this College, life is just average.
They charge high fee from students. Food quality is poor. Quality of classrooms is ok.
Daily classes are good and the projects are given. The teaching is not good in this College. Overall experience is just good.
The fee is INR 17000 per annum for this course and examination fee is INR 3500. Only 1 or 3 students get scholarships. No loan is needed.
There are no placements in any sector. Alumni network is not good.
The candidate must have passed the 12th from a recognized institute. No entrance exam is conducted. Minimum 75% cutoff mark is required.
All festivals are celebrated in college with great zeal and enthusiasm. College's club is very large.
There are 6 blocks in the hostel that can accommodate 1000 students. Hostels are comfortable though rooms are not very spacious still it is good. HOSTEL fee is (INR) Rs 90,000(INR). This fee increases per year. Hostel food is hygienic. There are unlimited PGs outside college and also in sectors nearby college.
Classes start from 8:45 a.m. and over at 4:15 p.m. You have some lectures free in between though there is no lunch break. You have to grab your food during your free lectures only. Assignments are given from time to time. Time table varies from stream to stream. Some students get free at 2:00 pm. Overall college demands hardworking students. Method of teaching is very good. Teachers use presentations if required. No spoonfeeding is provided.
The course fee is Rs 15000(INR) P.A. without hostel expenses. Scholarships are given to sportspersons, students having average annual income any many more. A few students get a scholarship.
Workshops are organized from time to time for exposure of students to practical knowledge. Many companies such as Infosys, Concentrix and many other come for placements and a job fest is organized per year.
You should have completed your 12th from a recognized board. For admission, you have to appear in PU CET(common entrance test) conducted by Punjab University in the month of May. Generally, students scoring at least 85% in 12th standard get direct admissions but this procedure is going to be centralized in upcoming years.
Societies are good here. Festivals like Youth festival, Meraki sports day, diwali mela, etc. are celebrated here as well. In general, life is good in college.
6 blocks of hostels are there in 3 buildings, the annual fee of the hostel is INR 87000. PGs are also good nearby the college, it charges INR 9000 per month. Food in the college is good and it may cost from INR 30 to INR 80 per meal. The quality of classrooms, labs is average. There is no wi-fi facility available at the college.
The quality and method of teaching are excellent here.
INR 13000 to INR 18000 is the per year course fee. Scholarships are also provided by the college.
Alumni are good of this college. A large number of girls got the jobs in civil services at a different level.
No entrance examinations are required for the admission. The typical cut-off is 50% in 10+2.
There are some like clubs like Rotaract, Mukhtalif-The Poetry Society etc. Meraki fest, Singing and Dancing competitions etc are conducted every year. College life is good.
We have 3 hostels (non-AC) which has two floors each and fee is INR 7,000 per month. PG's are good and they are just outside of college and cost almost INR 7,000 with AC. Food is amazing and costs INR 30-40 per meal. Food is good but we have no dining hall. Our classrooms are good but we don't have any wifi and smart classes.
Our College timing is from 8.00 am to 4.15 pm, but general timing is from 9:30 am to 2:30 pm. Professors are really good and they teach properly. There is only theoretical knowledge and less practical knowledge. Students can also join special courses to improve their knowledge.
Fee for the course of BBA is INR 55,000-60,000 per year. A special privilege is given to the students who come under the following categories - army, single child, sports, SC/ST/BC/ OBC. Approximately 15 students avail scholarship every year and I am not sure about education loans.
I am doing my final year and our college provides you with the internship letter, but it's not compulsory to do the internship. Job Fest is conducted every year where many companies hire students from our college.
Students those who completed 12th are eligible and no entrance exam will be conducted. Candidate must fill the application form and cut off marks will be displayed on our college website. The cutoff 80% to 95% is required by the candidate to get a seat.
There are a lot of activities which take place every week in the college. Every festival is celebrated on the campus such as Lohri, Teej, etc. Functions are organized on teacher's day, Children's Day, Holi, Diwali exhibitions are organized in the campus, stalls by students with their handmade items. Sports day is also celebrated. On my time our department organized a commerce fest which was named apartim.
I was a day scholar and I hardly know about the hostel but it was affordable as some of my batchmates were residing there.
Usually, classes start from mid of July. Our timings are from 8.45 am to 1.30 pm and the overall experience is good.
The course fee is around INR 20,000 per year and there are various scholarship options that are available to the SC/ST students.
There's a job fest in the college which takes place every year. Different companies participate and there's a placement cell in the college also, a lot of my batchmates got placed last year. One of my friends got placed with the package of INR 3.15 lakh per annum.
MCM DAV college for women is one the prestigious college in the Chandigarh. Getting admission here is a bit tough because of the higher cutoff. Fill the respective form with all the necessary documents such as marks card, character certificate of last attended institution, migration certificate, category certificate, etc. There's no entrance examination for getting admission as the admission is centralized. Usually, cutoffs are high as compared to other colleges.
There are many clubs in the college. The main festivals are Meraki and much more. It's great life there.
There are 7 blocks in a hostel. And the fee structure is INR 80000, also there are PGs available outside the college. Food is nice and great infrastructure.
The daily routine is quite interesting which includes all assignment, projects etc. There are excellent staffs and the overall experience is great.
Course fee was INR 33400 per year. Yes, scholarships are available to students and loans are actually not needed.
An average of INR 15 lakhs are offered by the placements in the college and are having a great alumni network, consisting of a great connection with all the students passed out.
MCM DAV college, I took admission in BCA course with no problems in admission procedure.