Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Agricultural Engineering) | Batch of 2019
Written on 26 Dec 2017
Class starts at 9:30 am and ends at 4:30 pm. Assignments and exams are conducted to improve the teaching and improve the skills of students by conducting seminars and ppts. Method of teaching is good and satisfactory I feel good to be in these colleges and happy for being a part of this institution.
There is no need to pay a fee if you're qualified for AP EAMCET exam. If you are not qualified for MCET exam you have to pay 30k(INR) per year. AP Fees reimbursement is available. 60 members will get the fees reimbursement No loans are needed.
We didn't do any internship during the period of our course. We went to Garladinna which in Anantapur district to get practical knowledge about farm machinery equipment and farm machinery.
There is no hostel facility in this college. Pg hostels are available and it's cost around 4k(INR) per month. It cost around 40(INR) rupees for meals Classrooms are the good and digital library is also available.
The main festivals on campus are Vinayaka chapati and Sankranthi sambaralu were held. Sports like cricket Abadi and other games are conducted.Cultural activities are also conducted. My life is college is good and I'm enjoying my life here. You will find friendly people around you and you can easily mingle with them.
B.Tech in Agricultural Engineering (B.Tech AE) is an undergraduate course in agricultural studies and processes. The minimum eligibility for this course requires passing class 12th/Higher Secondary Examination in Biology, Maths, and Chemistry. B.Tech AE is a four-year program and has the similar course like B.E. in Agricultural Engineering. The mode of admission is through State/ National/ University Joint Entrance Examination or Pre Engineering Test. AP EAMCET entrance exam have to qualify.There are no cut off marks to join in these courses.