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There is not as such hostel facilities in the college and it only guides the students for the accomodation. Parents of the students are provided rooms in the college premises during the admission of the students and food from the mess. quality of the food in the mess in really disappointing and many cases of stomach infection occurs.
The life in teh campus is really enjoyable and gender ratio is almost same in the college. As far as diversity is concerned, more number of students in now coming from Bihar and Jaipur itself. THeir is a need to focus more on sports, competetions, debates so that to enhance the skilss of the students.
The college doesn't have any hostel and mess facility so the students have to stay outside the college in a PG or any rented house. The average PG or Rented house rent is around 2000 per month on sharing basis and 5000 for non sharing basis. The Cook facility is there in the PG and charges are 700 per person for the entire month.
The campus life is all about academics and very less extracurricural activities are there in the college for the students. The campus life is hectic and full of debate and other social activities. The college throws party every year for freshers and is celebrated very well in the college campus only. There is no social discrimination in the college and college is very strict if someone is involved in some illegal activities.
Campus life mostly focuses on studies and the college is very strict about the attendance so there are very litte activities that happen during college hours but debates and seminars takes place in the college from time to time.
Equal ratio of gender, Live assignments, computer Lab, practicals and survey, No bias, No difference in person, all arround from india students are here.
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The college really need to put focus on the course curricula, faculties and exposure to students.by Manish Prasad
The college management is very strict and sometimes they doesn't listen to the students properly and this leaves the student very disturbed. Sometimes the college management becomes strict unnecessarily and this is one of the bad things in the college also college doesn't have any good sports facility as well. Otherwise the college is good.by Anant K
It was very good but due to recession in 2009 our Batch was not placed very good but it was very good from placement point of view.by Natwar Somani