No, There is no entrance exam. The candidate has to pass B.com.
There is student union There is fest every year It's chilling and it's quite easy. No pressure on the student.
The hostel is not there No hostel Food is good and cheap in cafeteria Quality is good for the classroom.
There is no class for my course. other courses have classes The quality is good Good
Its only INR 4000 No scholarship options No scholarship options in IDOL Fees are low.so loans are not required.
I have worked with various event companies as a coordinator There is no campus. mostly working people take admission here Mostly working people take admission here Good.
There are no eligibility criteria in distance and open learning institutes You should be HSC cleared There are no cutoffs.
No, I have not taken any internships. Finance marketing and sales companies hours from my campus. Highest salary annually is up to INR 250000 and 2 to 3 batches gets placed. There is a very good alumni network.
The eligibility criteria were very good it closes on very low percentage. And the admission procedure was although online. Yes, I have taken examinations fyba. Most probably the typical cutoffs get close at 40%
Students don't study there full time so there are fewer possibilities of social clubs and sports and cultural events but life in college for general is very simple and effective.
Students studying in idol don't need the hostel or pg's if they want they have to manage by themselves.
There are no daily classes as it is distance learning course with an admission they provide you books from which you have to study as per your time.
The fess is very less nearby INR 3000 to INR 4000 per year. So there is no need for scholarships and loans. But if you want scholarships you have to follow college steps which are different in all cases.
It's distance learning course where placements are less provided. But in some other courses, they give placements.
There should be HSC completed by any board is necessary for admission. There is no entrance exam is needed for a bachelor of arts. There are no cutoffs for admission. Its very easy and simple process, you have to fill admission form online and fess to online.
I don't know about hostels. yes, PGs are there. Food is good in the canteen, there are many canteens, Classrooms, and everything is good.
1- I don't know because I was distance learning student but my friend studies there. she told me it was a good quality method.
INR 4000 was the course fee per year. There are many scholarship options available depending on student talent. No idea about loans.
I have just done with my graduation so I haven't started with an internship. Yes, they hire marketing students who are the best.
1- it was an online process and criteria was a student must have passed before given exams for next year admission 2- there was no entrance exam 3- since it was an external course there was no cut-off.
As it is distance college so placements depend on the skills of the student and experience.
I don't know about eligibility criteria, exam and there cut off. But what I know, this college is really good for working professionals and various bachelor's and master's degrees.