Every festival is celebrated in the college campus but the surrounding area is a bit different.
The infrastructure is average and not that happening. The quality of the labs and library is decent.
The classrooms are fantastic and the teachers are superb. My experience at the college was amazing.
The last time I paid was INR 25000 per annum. The loans are not needed as the price is cheap.
The admission procedure is super easy depending on your percentage.I don't know about the new rules.
The eligible criteria is 60% pass for 12th grade/ll PUC and the admissions were through online banking and formal personal interview in the college itself.
College has more than 100 association which is active in the campus and organizing several kinds of events for the students. The life in college is good.
Canteen food is good. Quality of classroom and lab is average.
Class timing is from 8:00 am to 1:20 pm. Exams and assignment are done on time with proper procedure. Overall experience in the college is good.
The scholarship is available for the meritious student. Loan facility is also available.
I have not done any internship and I don't have the idea about placements.
A student has to pass his/her 12th board with a minimum of 50% marks in any stream and also have to clear entrance exam conducted by the college.
There are many associations and clubs in the college. The main festival is the intercollege fest called Cul-ah which happens once every year. The life in college is the best.
The hostel is provided in our college. I don't know about the hostel fee. Food is good in this college. Infrastructure is good. Classrooms, labs, and library are very good on this campus. Wifi is available.
Class starts at 8:30 am to 3:00 pm. We get assignments throughout the semester which makes our course quite hectic. The quality and method of teaching are very good. It builds up interest in the student of every subject that we're being taught. The overall experience in college excellent.
The course fee is around INR 28,000 per annum. I don't know about the scholarship option.
I have done two internships, one in NGO and another in Hotel management without stipend.
The student must pass the 12th-grade exam with the percentage above 60% is the eligibility criteria to get the admission in this college. There is no entrance exam.
The candidate must have passed the 12th from a recognized institute. No entrance exam is conducted. Minimum 75% cutoff mark is required.
We have a huge range of sports and extracurricular activities to choose from. Life in college is awesome.
The college canteen and the food stalls inside the campus hold several options when it comes to pleasing one's appetite. The choice and quality of food are increasingly better than the Hostel food. All classrooms have projectors and smart boards for a pleasant visual treat during classes, as it makes the understanding of any subject matter better.
The teaching faculty for Bachelor of Arts at Mount Carmel College is extremely well skilled and equipped with the current syllabus. They have always gone out of their way to teach students to think out of the box and be creative in their own field of interest.
There are several scholarships available according to the attendance scores and individual performances. My course fee is around INR 47000 - 50000 per year.
The college has a placement board which helps you brush up your skills through different entrance examinations before the final selection process takes place by companies offering jobs. There is an option for interning with a media house or a radio channel in either your 2nd or your final year of college. I had interned with The Times of India, Kolkata, as a part of my Journalism internship for a month's period which helped me gain more exposure and better technical writing/editing skills.
I had to go through an interview before the final selection process took place, which mainly focused on my Higher Secondary marks card. The cut off for my course (BA in Journalism, Psychology, and English Literature) was 75% for all subjects and good English speaking skills.
Khel sports, Indian dance association, Christian singing association, NCC, cultural growth, Raise resources for National Association for the blind. Participate as volunteers to maintain discipline in civil society. Toast Masters Club (TMC) Railway Entrance Examination Training.Endless fun, craziest friends, and college campus. Words are too short to describe the incredible college life. The best time. Indeed.
The fee for one year is Rs 79000 including mess fees. The Mount Carmel hostel " Mother Mary Hostel", extends sleekly over 2 buildings UG hostel and PG hostel and houses 210 students. Students have refectories, reading/TV rooms, gymnasiums and WiFi facilities. As a part of the Green Initiatives on campus, the Hostel has solar water heaters and effective solid waste management. As for the food, there are plenty of eateries and good joints on pain guests. The costs will be around 10,000 to 15,000 per month. The canteen food is good but doesn't taste that good. The cost start is 30 rupees. The quality of classrooms, labs, libraries, dining halls, WiFi is pretty good.
Class timings are till 2:10 pm and Thursday till 12:00 pm. Assignments are given individually or in the group. Exams are semester wise. My overall experience in our college is quite good.
24k to 27k(INR). The scholarships are designed to provide new opportunities, foster passions and encourage students to study in future, various scholarships have been sponsored by the college as well as well, wishers and alumni of this college. Loan facilities are given. They co-operate in giving by Vijaya Bank.
Yes, I have done an internship in the furniture industry as customer satisfaction for a month. Deloitte company. I have no idea about it. Alumni network is a place to build the foundation for students future, and the percentage of alumni in management was taken from entrance exam scores.
It was 24000. No entrance exam is required. The cutoff for my course was 40% but I scored 62.80%.
There are 52 associations on our campus. All Indian and National festivals are celebrated. Life in MCC is amazing.
There is one big hostel. I have no idea about the fee. The food is good and it is available at affordable price. Quality of Classrooms, Labs, Libraries, dining halls is good and we have Wi-Fi facility.
All classes, exams and assignments are conducted regularly. Quality is very good and latest technology is utilized. The overall very good experience.
The fee structure varies every semester. The scholarship of INR 10,00 to 15,000 is available for students who secured more than 75% marks in academics. Around 25-30% of the students avail it. Loans are not required.
I haven’t done any internship yet. The companies like EY, KPMG, Accenture etc come for placements with an average salary of INR 10,000 - 25,000 per annum.
The candidate must have passed the 12th with minimum of 75% marks from a recognized institute. I didn't write any entrance exam. Minimum 75% cutoff mark is required for Carmelites and 90% cutoff mark is required for Non-Carmelites.
College life is good. The greatest programme is the college fest is Culah. There are many events in the college. The Student Council is efficient.
The classrooms are huge and well ventilated. The canteen food is average. There is a hostel inside the campus. The labs are well equipped.
The classes were from 8:30 am to 3 pm. We used to receive monthly projects and assignments. The teaching is good. I had a good experience in college
The course fees was INR 22000 per year. It was very reasonable. There were scholarship options available for students with excellent marks but only a few received them.
I did not apply for any placements. I wanted to study further. But good companies have approached our college.
The eligibility criiteria was i had a walk in interview. They needed my 12th marks card. Anyone with 75% and above could take this course.
The college has several associations and clubs which give the students an opportunity to explore themselves and chalk out a path to success.
Infrastructure is well equipped. The food on campus is tasty and doesn't cost much.
Th faculty is well qualified and approachable. The curriculum is frequently revised to meet the changing industry needs.
The fee is around INR 45k to 50 k per annum. There are various scholarships available for meritorious students.
The placements in mount carmel college are pretty good. The placement cell conducts various activities and workshops for the students.
The admission policy ensures special consideration to differently abled, SC-ST's, and Catholic minority. Except for these special categories, the rest of the seats are allotted purely on merit.