I Only know one club; Prerana club, and one association EESA. Technical works and clubs are none, nothing in here motivates you to do new stuff. Life in college is thus very typical engineering life, study before exam and writing before submission and all. Students have to gain their skills on their own
There are five hostels are for boys and girls. Hostel fee is INR 21000/year Other options are also available rooms on rent, private hostels though the cost of both is nearly same. Food in the mess is not enough good and healthy, it costs around INR 10000/semester. Quality of classrooms, labs is best and infrastructure is very comparable to IITs and cleanliness, trees and pollution control is best.
The daily routine is very critical, college timing is 9:00 am to 4:30 pm. Only academic teaching, lacks support for extra activities. Overall experience is Average
Fee per year is nearly 80000 rs. Scholarship options include EBC, category Scholarships, hostel scholarships. Almost all applicable students get EBC.
I haven't done any internships. campus placement is poor, very few students get recruited by campus placement
Eligibility criteria were determined by AICTE; Student should be pass in all subject and appeared for mathematics in 12th standard. Admission was by CAP Rounds. I took CET as my primary exam for engineering admissions. For my course, 60-63 marks in CET are enough to get in.
There are many student clubs for students like Prerna club(a kind of NGO) NSS club etc. Each year major sports, traditional and many technical events take place here.
There are total 3 boys as well as 3 girls hostels. Hostel fees-20000 Mess fees-20000 Food is good as compared to other institutes Features of hostels-fully wifi hostels -ironing, washing machine, hot water available.
College time-9a.m. to 5 p.m. Total 4 lectures and 1 practical daily Teaching staff if excellent many of them holding PHDs
Fees for college are around 80000 Yearly Hostel fees-20000 yearly Mess fees-20000 Yearly
I did not receive a job yet. But jobs are good for Computer department students. Companies like sensor technology are the ones giving jobs. For mechanical students, girls are preferred in Cummins Ltd.
I had to score a minimum of 50% of PCM score in 12th and a JEE score of 50 for getting admission into a mechanical engineering course. Cutoffs for college are 12th-65%(all over) JEE-50 above
There are so many cultural programs That are conducted by the college College the life here is good but the authorities are strict.
There are many hostels, There are no PGs or rooms that are available at the college, all facilities are there in the hostel. The quality of classrooms, labs, libraries etc- are very to good.
Classes timing are from 9 am to 4 pm, The projects and exams are given and conducted on monthly basis. The Teaching is also very good. There are so manPh.D.hd holders among the faculty.
The course fee is not so high it's only INR 75000 per year, It's very less compared to the other colleges, scholarship such as EBC, freeship, and ETC are there.
I am still studying not doing an internship, but they are easy to get. salary is INR 4 Lakhs to INR 9 Lakhs, It depends on the companies' and the percentage of marks the student has scored. Good placement, but again it depends on the percentage scored by the student (If the score is above 60% there is a good chance of getting placed).
Eligibility criteria are base on MAH CET exam you need to score 80-90 marks for admission in engineering (ENTC/Electrical branch). I got 75 marks in MAH CET and opted for ENTC branch, there is a 70 to 90 marks cutoff for ENTC and electrical branch and 100-130 marks for civil and computer.