There are mentioned clubs a student can join if you're on good terms with the teacher. There used to be some famous fests and events held but not anymore. Life outside college is better
There are some hostels but because the college is in a posh area, the hostel fee is expensive. There isn't many PG available near the college. The college canteen is good enough. Classrooms are old, there is no WiFi available, usage of technology is looked down upon.
Most courses usually have a 7:30 am class time. The classes are short, usually 50 minutes. Project and exams usually depend on the University rules. The teachers are ok. Mostly unbothered. The experience was fine
Most courses and affordable. There are scholarship's available, about 200 students get some type of scholarship from the College.
There is a placement cell, that is usually very active. Although internships aren't necessary for basic courses, professional courses require a compulsory internship. The placement program is not compulsory.
There are no entrance exams for this college. The admission procedure was simple, just filling out a form and submitting documents. Usually, the cutoffs are pretty high, for the science streams, the first lists are in the 90's. For most other streams it starts in the 80's - 90's.
The infrastructure is good but the food is average while there is no facility for hostels.
The faculty is one of the best in the industry. The teaching methods are both practical and informative
The course fees are 17500 to 20000 per year. There are scholarships for merit students and minorities
The key companies that come for campus placements are J.P. Morgan and Morgan Stanley. Almost 85% of the batch gets placements.
There are no entrance exams but the typical cut is above 80 %. The eligibility criteria are HSC passed and 50% of the seats are reserved for Catholics.
Placements are good at this college with the good salary package around INR 1.2 lakhs per annum. Around 10% of students get placed every year.
The student must score good mars in 12th grade and there is no such entrance exam to get the admission in this college. The cutoff for commerce stream is around 78%.
There are a lot of festivals celebrated in this college. Many events are held at this college.
The quality of classrooms is very good and very well maintained. There are no Pg's or hostel available. There is no WiFi and food prices are High.
College starts at 7:30 am and ends at 1:10 pm. The teaching is very good and methods are very good as well. Overall experience is good.
The fee is about INR 16,000 per annum. There are no such scholarships to help students to pay their fees and no loan options also.
Companies like JP Morgan hire finance students with average salaries of about INR 5 to 10 lakhs per annum.
The cutoffs for St Andrew's college for BMS depends on which stream you did before, For science student, the minimum should be around 62%, For commerce student, the minimum should be around 75% and art student should be around 80%.
There are not many societies. But few of them are nature club, NSS, gaming club, student council etc. There are many festivals, musical, theatre, and culture. Life in College is good if you are interactive.
There are no hostels. The college has a canteen which provides food but there is not much variety. There are PGs available that can be found out with sites and brokers. The rent is according to the area. It can be 5-15 thousand (INR)per month for a person.
The class timings are from 7:30 am to 1:10 pm. The projects are for each subject per semester. There is one internal and one external exam in a semester. The quality and methods of teaching are beneficial to the students.
The fees per year are Rs 16,000(INR). There is the scholarship for the students. There are certain criteria and tests.
I did an internship with Standard Chartered Bank. The task was data validation and audit. The stipend was Rs 5000(INR) per month.
There was a cutoff. The typical cutoffs are around 85-90%. The environment is good and the best part is the facility.
Many societies and clubs as students Council All festivals are celebrated.
4 hostels are there on the campus. Food is really nice. Infrastructure is nice with all facilities wifi, canteen, and library.
Projects and assignments are included in the daily schedule.
INR 50000 per year the fee, depending on the percentage given at the start of admission. Like education, sports Scholarship are available. Yes, loans are available.
I did my internships in jet airways. The stipend was less but I got a lot of experience.
The eligibility criteria are 12th pass.
There are various clubs like NSS etc. Main fests of the college are Aura, Jhankaar, Intunes, Awmtc and Olio. The life at college is awesome.
The classrooms are good. There are projectors in all the classrooms. The library consists of different type of books.
The timing of the college is from 7.30 am to 1.10 pm. The method and style of teaching are good.
The course fee is INR 17000 per annum. Various scholarships are available for the students.
I haven’t done any internship yet. I don’t know much about the companies taking part in the recruitment drive.
The admission procedure for this course is done on merit basis. The typical cutoff of the course is 80%.
There are nature clubs, NSS and Student council where students representatives from each class come together and look after the student problems and solutions and the link between the management and the students. We have main three cultural festivals which are Intune, Jhankar, and Olio and there is a BMS fest Aura.
We have big and airy classrooms with enough ventilation. There are a gymkhana and a ground for sports practice. The canteen serves good and hygienic food at a nominal rate.
We have proper classes from 7:30-1:00 The professors are fantastic and do a great job by giving us practical knowledge by conducting sessions, role plays, and presentations.
The fees are a minimum of Rs.1000(INR) for the B.com and BA courses. For the self-financed courses, fess ranges from Rs.15000-20000. There are scholarships provided for SC/ST students, EBC students and also for Christian students.
There is a placement cell for all the courses. The best companies come to pick the best students.
There is no entrance exam for degree courses. Our 12th percentage is the basis through which we can secure our admission. Their cutoffs are pretty high. General category students have to score more than 80% to secure an admission at St. Andrews.
We have good alumni network. I haven’t done any internship yet. I don't know much about the companies taking part in the recruitment drive.