Ashwini Singh

Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Agricultural Engineering) | Batch of 2016

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

Overall Rating : 6 / 10

Written on 04 Feb 2015

Academics & Faculty
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5 /10

  • The faculty at Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology (RGIT) in general is average.
  • Some professors have no clue of the subject at all.
  • There are a handful of professors who have the requisite knowledge to be there teaching you. 

Placements & Alumni Network
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6 /10

  • The placements are strictly okay, except for 2010 when it showed 80-85% placements.
  • Placements in the instrumentation branch are relatively bad.
  • Some good companies do come to pick students from college but most students are culled and only a handful are placed.
  • In 2009, about 130 students were placed in good companies.
  • About 45% placements in 2007 and 60% in 2008. Infosys is the major taker.
  • Placements are improving year on year, though, so it's worth the risk.

Infrastructure & Transportation
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7 /10

  • RGIT's glass building which looks stunning at the first glance has a balcony/small terrace on every floor.
  • The big green and well-maintained lawn right at the start of the entrance adds to the USP of the infrastructure.
  • It has good quality labs and computers. The campus is also quite big compared to many other engineering colleges.  
  • The classrooms are very well ventilated. Library is very well equipped with dozens of same copy.

Social Atmosphere
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7 /10

  • The crowd here comes from a mixed background. Some come here through reservations, while some others being from rich families pay their way into the college.
  • The others who land up here are due to their scores in CET.
  • Boys to girls ratio are the same like any other engineering college. 
  • Students from the Western and Northern suburbs and South Mumbai are mostly seen in this college. 
  • Due to its 'not-so-good' location, students from the Central and Harbour belt and Navi Mumbai tend to avoid this college. 

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