Best management college with good fee structure in our locality.education quality is above average. Faculties are well experienced. For every stream college provides tutorial classes at the beginning of the course. Faculties are friendly and very helpful.
The life at campus is a little low since most of the students don't get hostel, hence most of the them leave for their home as weekend arrives. Although sometimes the guest lecture and assignments keep them preoccupied. Overall the campus life is average.
By Chetan Agarwal for University Business School, Panjab University
About the campus:
Campus is accessed from anywhere in City and campus atmosphere is very good and wifi is available. Also swimming pool, Salon, Canteen, Xerox, stationary, recharge station, several Banks with ATMs, all available inside the campus. Campus has both men and women hostels inside for UG and PG students. But not for Ph.D scholars.
About the Geology Department:
The Department is having good professors, who are well experienced and exposed and interactive. Totally it has 6 professors, but in that only 3 professors are good. Others are quite ok. Those 3 good professors along with 1 professor are active in thesis publications and consultancy. They inform and helps in all compitative exams.
Geology Department infrastructure:
Two buildings totally. One main and other annexure building. Drinking water and toilet facilities are poor. Museum is too small and has little collection of fossils, minerals and rocks. No AC Classrooms. Air ventilation is poor in classrooms and equipped with Projectors for smart classes and there are many sockets inside classes. Laptop allowed.
Jeans allowed, t-shirts not allowed.
Other programs in the department:
Weekly guest lectures from all over the country and 2 average field trips per semester with payment. Internship is compulsory in 3rd semester.
By Darshit Vora for Department of Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering, Guindy, Anna University
SRMS is the one the best international business schools for the 2 year PGDM program awesome faculty and one of the best hostel and supporting staff and seniors. The infrastructure and facilities provided are top class. Most of the faculties are good. Being a premier B school, the brand name associated with the college helps one to get noticed amongst the crowd. Overall 10/10 experience.
By Amit Yadav for Shri Ram Murti Smarak International Business School
Our college is the best college In Jalandhar. The teaching methods are very good. Teachers are so cooperative and understanding and even our Principal is very nice. This is the best college. Rules and regulations are followed properly by students. The college provides the best facilities.
By Angel Jazz for Apeejay College of Fine Arts, Jalandhar
Internal manipulation works on fines, penalty, attendance, cheating, etc. The faculty is not good. The college is easily accessible and bus stops are close by, you can also take a cab. The college has a good infrastructure. Events are conducted on a regular basis but students have to pay for it. The placements are low and the salary is less.
It is an amazing college. I have many memories in this college. Teachers are very good too. They teach us very well. It has many facilities and a great ambience and beautiful ground. Our principal is also very humble. She always does something for the betterment of students.
By Srishti Sondhi for Apeejay College of Fine Arts, Jalandhar
People are good. Teachers are not that helpful. I am doing Ca so they bash me around because I am not like a regular student . Still the college has to improve a lot on the grounds of quality of education they provide. Fees is way to high.
By Tejaswani Nanda for Apeejay College of Fine Arts, Jalandhar
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