The college infrastructure, location and placements are great but the quality of teaching is below average. The admission fees is more in comparison to other colleges, they charged 33,000 as the development fee.
But then again, if you need a job? This is the place for you. The college has the best placement opportunities.
By Siddu Angadi for Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering
The professors aren't very briefed with the subject they're teaching throughout the semester.
They don't have enough knowledge about one subject but are still teaching in all the classrooms ( 2nd year and 3rd and BE Also).
Last year, during out project submissions, the faculty pretended like they have checked and rectified all the projects that the students want to implement in their BE, but sadly that wasn't the care.
It has been a great one year at ITM. I will miss everything like maverick6.0, melange, these events were something that can enhance your abilities and skills to show up to the world. Plus, placement season is around the corner and I'm really excited for that.
By Meenu Verma for ITM Business School, Navi Mumbai
Amity is the best a student can get, the campus is amazing, the teaching methods are great, you can learn a lot here.
There are various outdoor courses along with SAP programs, Six sigma programs and various other opportunities to go abroad and study. You can get a lot exposure from here.
I liked the classes and I learnt a lot. I felt that you really understood our needs. The complete package was a great experience. A great combination of learning, relaxing and team building. Great teachers, kind staff, lovely classmates and host family, peaceful town and beautiful beach.
By Nemish Garg for Universal Institute of Engineering and Technology
I am very happy and satisfied with my college. It's a great experience and an opening to various types of events and people. It gives students a platform to showcase their talents and helps them achieve their goals in life. The faculty teaches them to work hard and dream big. It is an amazing place.
By Clarita Dsouza for St. Andrews College of Arts, Science & Commerce
The college is really nice. It focuses on both academics and extra curricular activities. There are a lot of fests and events, where the students can showcase their talents. The teachers are really helpful and help you in gaining knowledge outside the syllabus.
By Nitya Narasimhan for St. Andrews College of Arts, Science & Commerce
The department is strict and the classes are regular here. If one wants to study in a reputed college which gives you sufficient time to prepare for the other competitive examination, then it's one of the best choices. The syllabus of the undergraduate course is quite old and boring, it doesn't excite you much if you're immensely interested in reading literature. But the quality of the study is up to mark as the lectures are helpful and most of the professors are knowledgeable, helpful and cooperating.
The best thing about the college is its feasibility. The fees of the college and the hostel are way too less than other colleges and if you belong from a reserved quota, it's almost free for you.
By Gautam Yadav for Department of English, Banaras Hindu University
Small campus but good management & staff. It located in between Anekal & Chandapur. CCTVs are installed in each classroom, under the supervision of principal. Good labs with better equipments. Management has offered affordable fees structure which is suitable for middle class families for Degree courses. Degree course available in our college are BCA, BBA, B.Com.
By Lokanatha Reddy for Spurthy College of Science & Management Studies
Teachers and principal are very helpful. Timely query solve and great attendance to students. Timely informing students regarding exams, CCE and exam form dates. Helping students to the maximum of their best. All extracurricular activities, sports are being conducted with great enthusiasm.
By Akshaya Maheshwari for Rukmadevi pannalal laddha maheshwari college