Bachelor of Engineering [BE] (Electronics & Telecom Engineering) | Batch of 2016
Written on 21 May 2018
The daily routine had lab sessions in the morning or afternoon and lectures scheduled in between. The average college timings were from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. The assignments were fairly straightforward and most students resorted to copying and pasting. The pedagogy followed left a lot to be desired. Most of the professors were incompetent apart from a few.
The fees for each of the four years hovered around INR 1 Lakh. The reserved castes had to pay heavily discounted fees and some had zero fees for the curriculum. There was no assistance in terms of availing of student loans and students opting for loans had to figure it out by themselves.
The college did not provide any assistance for summer internships. There was no guidance from any of the faculty members regarding internships. The final placements had the mass recruiters coming in like Accenture, Infosys, Cognizant. The average package was around INR 3 LPA. There is no Alumni network to talk of.
The college has 2 separate hostels for boys and girls. The fee was around INR 50,000 per year. The rooms were pretty basic and not fully furnished. Most people opted to stay out after the mandatory stay in the hostel for 1 year.
The most active and glamorous club was the college newsletter club and the college magazine. The students were responsible for designing and content for the same with virtually no assistance from the professors. The college did have sports events around the year. The Sinhgad Karandak was the most participated event. The crowd was not that great although a handful was decent from outside Pune and Maharashtra.
The college accepted MH-CET and AIEEE scores. There was no entrance exam. The typical cutoff was around 120 for the first round of admissions. It dropped to around 90 by the third round.
Eligibility criteria is that you should get a minimum of 50% marks in HS and should have given any of the entrance exams like MHT CET or JEE MAIN. I have given MHT CET. The typical cut-off for Mechanical is around 80 to 100 from 200 in PCM.
Key companies like Accenture, Capgemini, etc. hire the students from our campus. The average salary is around INR 2 to 3 lakhs per annum.
Corse fee is around INR 1 lakh. There are so many scholarship options available like OBC scholarship, EBC scholarship, Freeship, Punjabrao Deshmukh Scholarship.
Class timings are from 9:15 am to 5:00 pm. Regular exercise of projects, exams, and assignments are given. Quality of teaching is quite better as compared to other colleges. Overall experience is good.
There are 3 hostels available in our campus; 2 for girls and 1 for boys. The hostel fee is around INR 60000 per annum...
I took my admission through Cap round. I took JEE MAIN which is compulsory for all students. The cutoff for OBC was approx above 70 percentile in cap round 1.
Many companies come for job placement in our college campus. Some major companies like AccentuMahindrandra, etc come to our college for hiring the students. The average salary is INR 3 lakh per annum.
The course fee for general students is INR 1 lakh, for OBC students course fee is INR 65,000 and for SC/ ST it\'s around INR 18,000 per year. The student who takes admission through cap round is eligible for scholarship like the EBC. About 85% students get the benefit of scholarship.
Classes are held regularly. Students have to maintain minimum 75% attendance in their class. The quality of teaching is good but the college is small.
There are total 3 hostels in our college, 1 boys hostel &am...
You need to score minimum 65% in 12th with PCM and a good score in CET to get admission in this college. No different or separate entrance examination is required. The students can take admission through the management quota also.
The companies like Accenture, Cognizant, Mercedes, L&T, Tata Technology, etc. come here for placement. The average package is around INR 3.5 lakhs per annum and the highest package will be around INR 8 lakhs per annum. The alumni network is quite strong and the alumni guide the juniors throughout the year.
The course fee is around 1 lakh per annum for an open category student. However, the cost of the hostel, mess, and miscellaneous spending will add up to INR 70000 per year. Maharashtra government scholarship is also available here.
The daily routine is quite strict, 75% attendance is mandatory throughout the 4-year course of engineering....