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Pratik Ratadiya

Bachelor of Engineering [BE] (Computer Engineering) | Batch of 2020

Pune Institute of Computer Technology, [PICT] Pune Review by Pratik

Overall Rating : 7 / 10

Written on 10 Apr 2018

Academics & Faculty
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7 /10

There are a lot of assignments to write as well as daily practicals. Quality and method of teaching are good. Overall experience is tedious but finally worth it gave the technical quality and placement record.

Fees & Scholarship
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7 /10

The course fee is Rs. 96000. The scholarship is available as TFWS or even Learn and Earn scheme. Around 50-60 students get a scholarship. Loans are usually not needed. If needed, can be availed from Janata Sahakari Bank easily under education loan.

Infrastructure & Transportation
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8 /10

There are 2 hostels- one for boys and other for girls. The fee for the hostel is Rs. 1.2 Lacs per year. There are many hostels and PG around college with hostels charging around Rs. 40k pa and Pg around Rs. 5k per month. Mess facility of college is quite good and a single meal costs Rs. 50/- Infrastructure is amazing and quality is top notch

Clubs & Associations
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7 /10

There are a variety of clubs in college like ACM, IEEE, ROBOCON, TED-X, PIC, EDC, ART CIRCLE, MUN, RUBIX and many more. Main fest's in college include Credenza, PULSION, Addiction, Abhivyaktee, Impetus and Concepts Life in college, in general, is hard working but totally enjoyable given a healthy crowd.

Eligibility Criteria & Admission Process
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Admission is done through MHT CET. 65% seats are done this way. 15% seats are reserved for All India quota and 20% seats are filled by management. The typical cutoff for computer engineering at PICT ranges from 150-175 out of 200 in CET.

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