Anas

Anas Shabbir

Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Electronics & Communication Engineering) | Batch of 2016

Noida Institute of Engineering and Technology, [NIET] Noida Review by Anas

Overall Rating : 7 / 10

Written on 18 Sep 2016

Academics & Faculty
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6 /10

  • Hello Friends, I'm Anas Shabbir From Noida institute of Engineering and Technology. I've completed my bachelor's in Electrical and Electronics Engineering. Writing about my college experience is really fun for me. The first thing you’ll notice is the workload. It will be heavier and more intense than you ever experienced before. The major challenges of college work are the large volume of reading, the short deadlines, and the writing, writing, writing. A related effect that can be brought on by the workload is doubt, frustration, and possibly loneliness. You’ll be away from the comforts and friendships your home provided for you over the previous years. On some of those long, seemingly endless nights of studying and writing, it will be only natural for you to long for the good old days. Hang in there. These down periods will pass. Whatever you do, don’t make major decisions about your major, your courses, or even your roommate during one of these blue periods. Things always look better in the morning. You’ll be making a lot of new friends. Continue to be yourself. Don’t strike a pose or play the role of someone you’re not. Select your friends with the same care and patience you have always used. Believe it or not, your college friendships will be among the most satisfying and long-term of your life. It’s always exciting to discover how wonderfully diverse college relationships can be. You’ll also be on your own, your own boss (more or less) 24 hours a day. Be careful here. Don’t go flying off the end of the pier. Enjoy your newfound freedom. Stay up until dawn talking about your ideas and ambitions with your dorm’s regular bull session buddies. Sleep in until the afternoon on a light class day. Explore the local town or suburbs with one or two of your new friends. Remember, though, with freedom comes responsibility. Even though your parents won’t be around to follow up on your loose ends, you shouldn’t let things go completely. Just find your own style. You may even start to think about your future. Be on the lookout for role models. Maybe a certain professor is especially inspiring. Perhaps your school has some ground-breaking research going on. Be sensitive to your own gravity. If some area of study attracts you, find out all you can about it. It might be the beginning of your self-definition process. Going to college is as much about finding out who you really are as it is about getting that degree.

Fees & Scholarship
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6 /10

  • My fees was normal like other private colleges. It was around Rs 85000 per year. But I remember it got raised after my academic year. And it gets increasing every year.
  • Scholarship was only for those students whose parents were not govt. Employee or for those whose parents income were below Rs 2.5 LPA as per the government rule. If he/she has all correct documents and fulfils the criteria then the students gets the scholarship easily by the State Government.
  • If loans were needed than it can be easily provided by the bank people.

Placements & Alumni Network
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8 /10

  • Daily routine was very strictly from 9am-5pm session followed which made us survive in the next professional life. Assignments and projects were regularly focused.

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