Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) | Batch of 2021
Written on 16 Apr 2019
For some branches it is really free schedule for others it is hell like for EEE It starts from 8 in the morning and we'll go till 6-8pm in the evening usually till 5 pm. Quality is just normal with first two years u have more ad-hoc to teach u than faculty. Also really hectic schedule and not very innovative teaching in some subjects. Outside subjects, the faculties are very supportive and encouraging for projects or other ideas but time is not there that's all. The college experience is fantastic as there are a lot of non-academic activities happening on the campus.
The course fees for B.Tech at National Institute of Technology Calicut [NITC] is around 1.2-1.4 lacs. There are a lot of scholarships available for the OBC SC/ST and economically backward people and other government scholarships and private scholarships are also available. Around 40% of people get scholarships. Loans might be needed for some people. And yes they are readily available in fact during admissions they will approach u for this option. Also, the institute provides help in all these situations.
There is a selection from the campus. Cs branch has the highest number of recruiters and also other non-Cs branches like Ece and EEE are also at par with CS. Many companies like JP Morgan delloite Goldman Sach ABB Electric Microsoft Cisco Oracle Reliance comes for placement. The alumni network is pretty strong and is very helpful in case of a referral for an internship. There is on campus internships and but for off-campus internship, u only will get limited help from the training and placement cell.
11 including the new hostels which are coming up and it is a nominal fee of 2k-3.5k around a month. Food is excellent and total amount is mentioned above. Some classrooms are old some buildings are new. Labs in EEE is OK but other branches are excellent there is free wifi and LAN connection in hostels and there are Computer Centre and digital library for faster data speed.
There is a lot of student societies like technical and non-technical in fact NITC has the most cultural activities compared to other nits. Associations and clubs like IEEE, ISTE, Club Math And Dnd Team Unwired Rig Aero Unwired etc. Main festivals are TAVA and RAGAM. Campus life is awesome.
There are two ways of getting admission in NITC One is the JEE Main, you need to have a decent rank in this exam to get in any of the core branches in NITC. The other is DASA Quota: in which a minimum percentile is reserved to the students studying outside based on their SAT quota
For admission in NITC you need to clear JEE entrance exam and also have good percentage in 12th as it also carries weightage. I got a score of 186 in JEE mains and had a percentage of 97.10 in my 12th. Based on your scores you will be alloted a suitable branch.
Placements were done in almost every key field. 134 companies participated in placements and the average salary offered was 13 lakhs. 60% of the students got placed.
The admission process of NIT, Calicut like other national institutes in India are based on the ranks obtained through JEE Mains. Being one of the top NITs in the country, the closing ranks of the core courses such as Mechanical, Electrical, and Electronics, Electronics and Communication, Computer Science engineering are on the higher side. Students who\'ve completed their matriculation abroad can also apply through the DASA scheme where 10% of the total seats in each branch are allocated to DASA applicants.
The NIT, Calicut has an Institute-run TnP department ( Training and Placement) department which conducts a year-long placement drive for students in their final year. Various key companies such as Oracle, Goldman-Sachs, Microsoft have hired a considerable number of students from Computer Science and other circuit branches for high salaries ranging from 25L to 50L in the past. Core branches such as CS, EEE, EC, a...