CMS is a really nice college and has given the students a lot of exposure, experience and the knowledge on how to be successful in future. I've had a lot of fun in college and don't regret joining CMS one bit. The faculty are so friendly that I actually liked attending college for the first time in all my academic life.
By Yasheel Khandelwal for Center for Management Studies, Jain University
The discipline is at its peak with teachers who have been in army. The cleanliness of the place is praiseworthy plus the nature of the staff and students is mindbogglingly comfortable. Academically there are assignments, internals, projects, internships, tests, all of which are always being conducted with activities, keeping the students competitive. Also the college has provided everyone with the opportunity of public speaking via Toastmasters International and credits plus dual courses. I love the college and I love the effort that it takes to improve itself everyday!
By Divya Kirti for Center for Management Studies, Jain University
It's a college that teaches each and every student the truth. Though it is considered as a new 2nd-grade college, the college doesn't display that. It's special in its own way. No other college can replace its campus, faculty, and transportation facility. As it is situated away from the main road, the college surroundings are very calm. There is food provided for students in the hostel. The college gives permission for different tournaments to be held and frequent workshops are conducted as well. The faculty is experienced and friendly with the students, so students can ask them for help frequently.
By Anjana Komali for K.S. School of Engineering and Management
The college infrastructure is really good. The campus is wide and peaceful. It has a vast library with an outstanding collection of books. There is a huge impressive hall for indoor games, which allows students to refresh their minds. College transportation facility is really good too. It also has an outstanding canteen.
By Arun Gowda for K.S. School of Engineering and Management
College is like a home away from home. You do not simply find friends, you find family through your friends. The staff here are very friendly. A few teachers even treat us like their own children. Every student is given equal importance and care. The college has some great teachers. All the labs are well equipped and each student is given an individual set of components while working in the labs. The surroundings of the campus are good and filled with greenery. KSSEM also gives students a lot of chances to showcase their talents, be it in extra activities, academics, or internships.
By Charan Shetty for K.S. School of Engineering and Management
My college is awesome and it has a big campus. The studies here are very good. The teachers here are very friendly and helpful.
Studying science or anything related is very tough, but the teachers here have made it very simple and easy. I am studying in MSRIT.
By Nurian Abbas for M.S Ramaiah Institute of Technology
The college has a good campus which is spread over more than 7 acres. The college is located on the outskirts of the city which results in a campus filled with fresh and pure air. The college laboratories are well equipped for showcasing and testing the talents of all the students. They also have yearly cultural fests to showcase the co-curricular talents of the students.
By Gaurang Nayak for K.S. School of Engineering and Management
You will find good and new infrastructure here, good and ample parking space, and a good pollution-free atmosphere. This place is suitable for studying, as a peaceful environment, or as a great placement cell. You can count on either getting placed through campus or pool campus placement.
By Harshith Gajendra for K.S. School of Engineering and Management
This is perhaps one of the few J-schools in India which provide its students with a short-term training in all the fields of media- Radio, TV, Print, and Online, irrespective of their field of specialization. Rated among the best journalism colleges in the country, ACJ has visiting faculty coming from reputed organizations like the BBC and The Hindu. Last year, the college added an 'integrated newsroom' to its campus to provide its students with the experience of working in a 24x7 multimedia newsroom. The integrated newsroom has facilities to shoot and edit videos, record podcast and to upload content online. The most challenging and probably the best part of ACJ curriculum is the 'Covering Deprivation' course which is taken by veteran journalist P Sainath. As part of this course, students are required to go on a week-long rural reporting assignment. Over the past few years, several media houses have come to ACJ during the placement session including the Times Group, CNN-IBN, The Indian Express, ESPN Cricinfo, BIG FM Radio and Reuters. But the courses here are expensive and the fees range from 3.5 to 4 lakh while the hostel fee is up to 1 lakh. However, the College offers various scholarships including merit cum means scholarship. The South Asia Foundation (SAF) scholarship is offered to students coming from the 8 SAARC (South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation) nations, including India, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. The hostel accommodation is provided on first cum first basis.