Pgcet, and for admission, they checked UG marks, 60% in UG and verified back end process as weather UG passed or not.
It's a good college. the professors are good experienced and the admission process is easy and also students with good percentage are easily admitted into the college. the cutoffs are 60 and above.
Students have an eco club, nss and there is the student council. If the student is enthusiastic enough, there are a lot of opportunities. There are random cultural and educational fests going on all year round.
There are 2 hostels. One for boys and one for girls. And the average hostel fee is around INR 8000 per month. The PGs around the college cost almost the same with a greater degree of freedom for students. College food is average. It's is quite cheap so based on that it's good enough. Classrooms are well kept and library is quite big. There is no wifi but we do really require it.
Classes are very well managed. They generally start at 9:30 in the morning and end at around 4. Every semester, each subject can have 1-2 assignments but not more than that. And most subject teachers make students perform seminars for internal marks. Internal exams are also carried out at least twice a semester. Some teachers are quite good at teaching while others aren't. Most teachers make sure that the students are doing good in everything regarding the subjects. Sometimes teachers might be a little strict but it is sometimes necessary. Helps students be on track.
I am paying INR 40000 every year which is quite cheap for colleges nowadays. Scholarships are not available directly from college but one can always apply for scholarships offered by different companies and funds.
Placements are quite rare for the science departments since most students go for Masters. One can try into different companies like Biocon with good scores.
It is quite easy to get into the college. I went for admissions after my results for 12th boards were out. They only asked me at the beginning about how much I scored. I scored 80% so it wasn't a problem for me, but I have also seen students get into the college with percentage in the 50s. One has to pay in the college or send a DD for admission procedure. Quite easy to be honest.
The college has a Students Council which works well. It also has a sports club and an NSS club. The college keeps organising fests at proper intervals . Life in the college is little boring when it comes to fun.
The college offers accommodation with separate buildings for boys and girls with a common mess but different timings which ensures proper safety and discipline. The food provided in the hostel is manageable whereas the college premises have a cafeteria with reasonable rates for the food. The infrastructure of the college is good enough with well maintained labs and library.
The classes generally start at 9.30 in the morning which is the best time to start a good day at college. The faculty make it really easy to cover the syllabus . Regular internal assessments, seminars and assignments make the course interesting. The teachers use chalk and board as well as PowerPoint presentations to explain the hardest of topics in an easy way. The academic part of the college is very good.
As compared to other colleges this college is value for money as it's fee structure is quite low and the faculty and facilities are very good. Course fee for B.Sc degree is about INR 25,000 per annum. The college offers a scholarship for the students with consistently outstanding performance in academics. The college in collaboration with Vijaya Bank makes students loan quite easy. Though there's no need of taking loans as the fees are affordable, in some cases, loans can be taken if necessary.
The college offers campus placements on collaboration with very reputed companies like Wipro, Biocon, Microland , Ranbaxy , Infosys etc. But the problem lies in the placement of students from life sciences in IT companies which is of no beneficial cause. The college organises workshops and guest lectures. The Alumni network is quite good.
There's no need of any entrance exam to join this college. They take direct admissions for candidates with aggregate 60% of marks in the boards.
There are social clubs but they hard function, cultural, college fest and department fest are well celebrated, sports are hardly being conducted overall for education its good but for those who love to enjoy it's not a place
There is two hostel for boys and girls, hostel fee for a year is around 80 to 90,000 I guess. There is girls and boys pg outside the college, food is not provided in college but there is canteen which provides good food. The classrooms are well ventilated and good desk and chair
The class start by time teachers are punctual, they are hard working, quality of teaching is good. Overall education is good but does depend on us as well
MSc is for two years the course fee was INR1,30,000. There are no scholarship up to my knowledge
The college is affiliated to many IT companies like Wipro, also pharmaceutical companies also do come for campus recruitment. The salary package may vary according to the job offer, usually, it starts most from 45k. The alumni are there to guide you when necessary
Here you can get direct admission you need a minimum of 50% to pursue the course. There is no entrance nor cut off.
I have no idea about the societies and clubs. Sports and cultural activities are here. Life in college is very busy.
The class timing is from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm. 2 Internals are there and 1 assignment in 1st semester. Quality of teaching is really good. Overall experience in chemistry department is really good.
For management quota, the fee is INR 80,000 for the first year and for the second year it is INR 20,000 per annum. No idea about scholarship and loan.
I haven’t done any internship yet. so many companies come to hire the student from the college like Wipro and chemical industries. No idea about the salary.
I joined this college by management quota. The candidate must have passed the 12th from a recognized institute.
35% pass on 10+2 PU level, no need to appear for any entrance exam. Admission would be done on the basis of first come first serve basis.
We have a student council of 50 members which looks after all the college affairs. Our campus celebrates Saraswati Puja, Diwali, Pongal. Not much of a great life in the college because of the hectic schedule.
3 boys' hostels and 1 big girls' hostel is available here. Hostel fee is INR 90000 but they do not provide any kind of facilities. Food is average in college. Classrooms, labs, library, and other infrastructures are good here.
Class timing is from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm. We have two internal exams of 25 marks each. We also have regular assignments. Quality of teaching is excellent but the method is average. The overall experience is great.
Our course fee is INR 75000 per annum. Scholarships are also available to the few students who are financially weak.
I'm in the first year of my course, hence no internships I have done yet. Key companies are Cordlife, IT companies, Wipro, Ranbaxy, etc.
We had to have a minimum of 60% marks in our class 12th with mathematics for the admission.