Devesh Pawar

Bachelor of Engineering [BE] (Computer Engineering) | Batch of 2021

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

Overall Rating : 7 / 10

Written on 13 Apr 2019

Academics & Faculty
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7 /10

The daily routine is not so perfect but usually, the class timings are from 8 AM to 5 PM.

Weekly assignments and monthly mid semester and per 6 months end semester exams. The teaching quality is good but can improve. The overall experience can be rounded up by saying hard work and taking part in most thing happening can make you land in some good job or for MS university .

Fees & Scholarship
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7 /10

The fee is around 1 lakh INR per year. Scholarships are available through government schemes for lower income class and caste.

Placements & Alumni Network
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7 /10

I recently did an internship in a startup company 'shopadda' an e-commerce website as a frontend developer. My stipend was 3000 INR per month.

The companies that come for placements are Infosys, TCS, Capgemini with an average salary of around 4 lakh PA.

Infrastructure & Transportation
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7 /10

There are no hostels or PGs around the college.The canteen food is satisfactory but the options are less in menu. The class rooms are big and with good benches but with no air conditionors. Library is huge with many important books .Wifi is available by jio but needs a subscription. The college is near the versova beach so it normally cool and breezy.

Clubs & Associations
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9 /10

The student societies are Cess for computer engineering, IEEE for electrical engineering and MESA for mechanical engineering. The college has two fest Icarus the technical fest and Zodiac the cultural fest. The college life totally depends on the friends you make there as there so much stuff to do in there together.

Eligibility Criteria & Admission Process
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The eligibility criteria is pretty decent 60% marks in PCM and around 100 scores in state engineering examination. I got my admission through MAH CET.

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