Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Agricultural Engineering) | Batch of 2021
Written on 24 Dec 2019
Good teaching staff which is highly qualified and educated, also supportive in other activities,
Computer and projector based teaching, sometimes classes does not happen and do not have a fixed daily routine
Very supportive of the scholarship and its documentation fees are reasonable considering hostel and mess compared to other universities.
Not so good in placement, very few tractor companies accept CVs and give jobs,
There is no separate placement cell or placement head.
Wide and good infrastructure, Hostels are also good and wide but not so hygienic,mess is also in front of hostel not so good food ,wifi available at hostel a wide and largest library is also for students
There are some ABVP association and a forum run by the students, Forum is one of it's kind and specialityof the university, college is not so supportive in case of festival and celebrations.
College with least course fee and good and pleasant environment.
Admission is based on MHT-CET and cutoff is about 80 (lowest)
Good teaching staff but not much supportive
You should have pass 12th in science with PCM or PCB group. From 2019 batch, MHT-CET marks is also considered for admission. Minimum cutoff required for students from SC/ST category is 55 percentage in 12th and for general category students, the minimum cutoff is 75-80 percentage in 12th.
Yes for internship/training this college is better than others. You can get training in Farm power, APE, and SWCE.
College of Agricultural Engineering and Technology, [CAET] Akola Fee Structure. The course fee is about INR 1 Lakh per annum.
Yes if you come from an economically backward community like SC/ST then you are eligible for scholarships. Yes, the loan facility is available.
Class timings is very supportive of students. Yes, projects is an important part of the course curriculum. The quality and method of teaching is very good.
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