The colleges in Mumbai are eminent for the presence of numerous clubs and committees within the college. Similarly, UPG too has various clubs, naming some of them we have our debating society 'eloquence', also there are two major clubs namely the Rotaract club of UPG and UPGNSS. And of course the cultural committee for all the fest happening the entire year. Simply put, you will never fall short of clubs and committees of your interest to showcase your skills and talents.
The infrastructure of UPG is one of the many things it famed for. From an amazing canteen to well-equipped classrooms, it has everything that a student looks for. The campus is size is comparatively insignificant, but the provisions provided within the campus suffice the same.
Being a student of UPG, I can vouch for a meritorious set of faculty and praiseworthy academics. The way things are taught helps in the development and growth of students categorically. Unlike many colleges, pristine attention is given to academics along with persistent involvement in co-curricular activities too.
Usha Pravin Gandhi College, [UPGC] Mumbai Fee Structure. The fee for my course is up to Rs 18,000 per year.
The fees are as minimalistic as possible, ranging between 16k-18k. Given the facilities and opportunities, the fees are reasonably viable and attainable.
The internship scenario for UPG BMM as of now is rather dicey and not something which one can boast about. But as a BMM student, no college provides you an assured placement or internship for that matter.
The eligibility criteria for the bachelor's of mass media (B.M.M) in UPG is entirely merit-based. The cutoffs are moderate for students coming from commerce and science background. Although one can deem the cutoffs to be fairly high for students belonging to arts. If you have gotten 90% or above, you're good to go and can be unflustered from all the stress for clearing the entrance.
Talking about the admission process, you're given three days before the next merit list comes out to complete your admission. The whole process is usually conducted on-campus and is generally uncomplicated.
Meals in college cost around 50 to 80 rupees on average. Classrooms, library, WiFi facility is of top-notch quality.
Eligibility criteria are according to university rules of Mumbai. Admission procedure can be done in college itself. MHCET entrance exam has to be taken. Typically for general students, the cutoff is high, generally, the last list went till 70points for general students and even lower for students having Gujarati quota.
Students are very friendly and various fests are organized by students. Thus, it's very socially active and responsive environment.
There are no hostels to the best of my knowledge. The food would cost around Rs. 100 per meal. Quality of classrooms, labs, libraries etc. are excellent with centralized AC.
Lectures are always conducted on time. Quality of teaching is excellent as professors are well acquainted with the practical knowledge of the subjects. Infrastructure and library are luxurious enough to comfort oneself.
Courses are conducted as per semesters. My course fee is INR 14,500 to INR 15,500.
There is the direct admission. There is no entrance exam.