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There are no placements through college. You have to search for a job on your own. If you are interested in research or industrial work microbiology is for you. The stipend that you will get as fresher ranges from 5k to 20k per month. After BSc in microbiology you can opt for masters in the same field or can choose biological science, life science or biotechnology. The scope and profile are purely based on research skills. If interested in 10 hours of lab work research definitely go for it.
Ramnarain Ruia is well known for its academics and the exposure one gets in the college. The curriculum, faculties, students, culture and diversity is perfect. The management of the college is good. Every department trains the students best. The fest of the college provides extracurricular activities for the students. There is no placement for bachelors students.
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Mumbai University conducted its first online viva successfully for an engineering student Rupali Patil, on May 27, 2020. The student was from the Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering branch and was registered at the resource center of Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology. The examiners
Mumbai University Distance Education students faced difficulties on the first day of the exam held on October 3, 2020. Many students did not receive a question paper on the link provided on time. Apart from this, students could not access the official website of Mumbai University
Four state universities in Maharashtra have deferred final year exams in view of ongoing strike by non-teaching staff for not implementing the seventh pay commission for them. On Tuesday September 29, 2020, BAMU in Aurangabad, Kaviyatri Bahinabai Chaudhari North Maharashtra Univers
On the first day of the online final exam of Mumbai University, staff were assisting students who faced technical glitches and were abruptly chucked out of the virtual exam hall. University of Mumbai began the final year examinations which are to be held between October 1 to O
October 3, 2020: For the first time, a total of 69% of final-year students will appear for Mumbai University exams from their homes using their smartphones, a report suggests. The final year examinations of Mumbai University are scheduled to be held on Thursday, October 8, 20
On October 1, 2020, The University of Mumbai began the final year examinations which are to be held between October 1 to October 31, 2020. The examination will be held online due to the increasing number of COVID-19 cases in the states. The University of Mumbai (MU) announced
On Saturday, Bombay High Court refused to intervene in the decision of the Mumbai University(MU) to carry out final year examination of its undergraduate courses on 1 October. Read Full Story Chief Justice Dipankar Datta and Justice G S Kulkarni directed two university students, who had aske
Mumbai University scheduled to start the final year exams from Friday, September 25, in an online mode. As some colleges began facing technical glitches, a suburban college postponed the schedule for ATKT candidates. Meanwhile, Mumbai University commenced the exams in the online mode fo
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I didn't get admission in the college I actually wanted since I lost out on the merit list by 0. 6%. I wanted to complete BA at Ruparel as their literature faculty was well-known. Ruia was listed as my second choice, hence I secured my admission here.by Student
Ramnarain Ruia is well known for its academics and the exposure one gets in the college. The curriculum, faculties, students, culture and diversity is perfect. The management of the college is good. Every department trains the students best. The fest of the college provides extracurricular activities for the students. There is no placement for bachelors students.by Student
College has a well planned management. The schedule of classes are always freindly to the student.by Bala Aakash Rajaram Reddiar