DTU is one of India's best universities. It is an honor to be a part of this legacy. Nice coding decorum. Helpful professors. Awesome campus. Many high ranking placements are provided to the students. Scholarships are provided to deserving students. A lovely fraternity to be a part of. Teachers are helpful and approachable. They are highly qualified. They provide the students with the best knowledge and information about the corporate world. As the college has top ten ranking in India, placements are mind-blowing. Highest package is around 1.75 crore.
By Pihu Bhardwaj for Delhi Technological University, Delhi
The faculty is good. Job placements are average. Campus location is isolated and not in ease access city. The Gender ratio and academic facility are average. Management is good. Commutation facility is great. Overall it's a good college to pursue your career and fulfill your dreams.
By Ish Bhasin for School of Engineering and Technology, Sharda University
Very good for placements in bachelor degree courses and young and vibrant atmosphere yet safe from unwanted troubles.
Campus is not too big but big enough to accommodate needful things and places.
Hostels are good but difficult to get for everyone but infrastructure is in transit to accommodate more and more people.
By Swapnil Jain for Delhi Technological University, Delhi
As everyone knows it has a huge campus, all the things has been systematically managed. Here, the professors are very interactive. They always provide you with help when in need. Labs are fine, they are well managed.
They give you a lot of time to do extra-curricular activities.
By Vikash Kumar for Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur
Unlike other IITs, the hostels are not located within the campus. More than 20 hostels are approximately around a kilometer away where the facilities are quite decent. Bed's are fairly decent and not dusty, rooms are neat and clean, internet connection with unlimited download has been provided. The washrooms are above average. All in all, the facilities are pretty satisfactory considering it’s a hostel.
Sports facilities include gymnasiums, swimming pools (with water polo in a few) and a hockey ground apart from the regular cricket, football, volleyball, basketball, badminton and table tennis.
Since, it’s a renowned and arguably the best institute in the country, students from all parts of India are seen here. Neither there is any race discrimination nor is a specific religion quota followed in the IIT. With such a varied crowd, understanding and maturity automatically follows. The students celebrate their college festivals on a large scale balancing their time with studies, placements and project work. Ragging is almost extinct now, even though there have been complains in the past.
By Piyush Khushlani for Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur
College is good for placements. You will be placed for around 14-15 LPA if you do really well. Attendance is liberal so time for co-curricular is always there. Good friends can always be found. Faculty will leave you independent. You will learn to self study and be self sufficient
By Soumyaa Tiwari for University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering, Bangalore
overall sharda university is good for all the courses but as i am doing mechanical engeneering so i will say that if u wanna pursue your graduation in engeenering then u should prefer sharda university. infrastructure is good and facilities like transportation is also good
By Anugrah Gupta for School of Engineering and Technology, Sharda University
The college is one of the best one. The college provides the students with enough freedom to let them develop, learn and grow. The college focuses on personality development and academics both as the college conducts extracurriculars actively. The teachers are very good at what they do and are always ears to your problem.
By Swetha Sasheendran for University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering, Bangalore
One of the best colleges as far as placements are concerned, but otherwise it lacks a lot of basic facilities. Traditional teaching practices are used. The faculty is extremely active and hard working. The infrastructure is average but the college needs improvement.
By Abhishek P for University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering, Bangalore
We were the future engineers of our country should be provided with proper facilities in the respective engineering colleges to learn and to gain knowledge in every aspect of our study course. And we the UCVEins are able to utilize the time of four years properly as we do have the main infrastructural things. Labs classes everything is good comparing with any other engineering college.
By Jyothi C O for University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering, Bangalore