Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] | Batch of 2021
Written on 28 Apr 2018
The daily routine is like from morning 9:00 am to 4.30 pm in the evening for the Engineering branch students. Teaching is done digitally. Overall experience was okay.
College fee for B.Tech at MIT Art, Design and Technology University is around INR 1.6 lacs per year. Many clubs have been organized within the campus for the students. No scholarships are available.
As this is the first year of college, no one is sure about how many of them are going to get placed. Further, not sure about average or highest salary figures. I haven't done any internship before.
There are 3 hostels in within the college campus. Hostel fee goes around 1.25 lacs per year. Food ain't that good. Quality of classrooms is okay Yes, there are PGs outside the college.
There are many clubs within the campus like Robotics club, English club and many more. Persona fest is the main event that takes place every year in college.
Entrance Examinations were Maharashtra CET, JEE Mains. Typical cutoffs for Computer Science and Engineering are 120+ scores in Maharashtra CET and a valid score in JEE Mains.
One should have appeared for JEE MAIN or CET entrance exam and should have scored a minimum of 55% in the 12th exam.
I have not done any internship yet and the key companies are TCS, Infosys, Capgemini, IGATE, Wipro, Cognizant etc, the alumni network is not good.
B.Tech course fee at MIT Art, Design and Technology University is INR 1.60 lakh and there are no scholarship options that are available, the loans are not needed.
The daily routine is from 9 am to 4:30 pm. The quality and the method of teaching is modern and one can understand it easily.
Hostel fee is INR 1.25 lakh per year and the hostels are in sufficient quantity and the food in the college is like home made food.
All clubs are available like boat club, coders club, dance club etc. Vishwanath sports meet, Ganpati are some of the festivals that are c...
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The teachers are quite helpful, and their teaching methods are very effective.
My overall experience in college is very good.
There are various clubs, and the main festival of MIT ADT is Persona.
Life in college is fun....