Jayesh

Jayesh Sonawane

Bachelor of Engineering (BE) (Information Technology) | Batch of 2015

Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology, [RGIT] Mumbai Review by Jayesh

Overall Rating : 3 / 10

Written on 22 Jul 2016

Academics & Faculty
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4 /10

  • Class used to start 8:30 am till 4:30 pm daily 5 lectures and 2 hrs practical. Assignments used to given to write at home and two unit test in one semester.
  • Quality was very poor only few professors were good. It was syllabus completion oriented not on how much students getting benefited and how many understood. Related to studies it was avarage, there was no discipline and no command over students not students respected any professors just because they were poor in teacher as well as could not set any ideal example.

Fees & Scholarship
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3 /10

  • As I came in OBC I had to pay half fees thanks to government laws and scholarships but they did increase fees and students were not benefited with that I didn't see any change in instruments or lab equipments only change was in fees.
  • The college administration staff was very mean, rude with the process of scholarship and fees related document verification. No student liked them staff in accounts.

Placements & Alumni Network
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2 /10

  • No such ideas or inspiration or motivation were given to students about internship.
  • Majorly IT companies comes for the placement.
  • Average salary is 3 LPA.
  • No such active alumni network

Infrastructure & Transportation
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5 /10

  • Even if the college had land and money they didn't care about other students who were out of state or city. When asked they ignored about the topic of hostel or any such facilities. Principal and management being from political background were greedy and never really cared about students all they wanted was money and that's the case with most of college in India.
  • PG cost was minimum it is Rs 6000 pe month for stay and in Slum area it is Rs 2000 per month.
  • Daily meals were different Canteen was also given to such vendor or caterer who would give more money to college than to one who will feed nice meal in good reasonable rates. Even after many complain no action was taken.
  • Class room and labs were good no wifi

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