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Its a girls college so no one have focused on sports, no social or fun activities are planned only educational events are organized. Only NASA was a great platform for exposer. The outsiders rarely get invited for any workshops or lectures. There is a library and a computer lab. And a good canteen too.
No I have not opted for Hostel but one of my friends opted for it and I have seen hostel rooms. So I have the basic information about it. Hostel infrastructure is good they provide all facilities like food, electricity, laundry, etc. Hostel rooms have 2 seaters, 3 seater, and 4 seater rates changes according to the per person in a room. If there as 4 people in a room the amount is Rs.4,000 per month.
In Extracurricular activities we have debate, extempore , advertisement making and many more. About labs we have computer lab it is really good and maintained. We have a library filled with all important course related books also with some fun and interesting books. My college have One football ground , one basketball court and one ground only for enjoying nature. Also the heart of my college our Canteen. It's so attractive as if like a beautiful cafe, it is outsourced and food is amazing here. We have a big auditorium. Also, we used to have Zumba classes every Wednesday at my college courtyard or auditorium but it's on a break now due to exams of B.Com students.
Hostel facilities are too good ..New hostels are being constructed in the campus .Mess facility is to be taken care off .Food is good but not satisfactory .It is Jain hostel so every rules and regulations. Of the Jain's are followed ,no non veg is allowed in the campus .
Gender ratio. Is not an issue. As it is a girls college. We feel free because no teasing by the boys etc etc. Workshops are also held time to time which is good aspect and gives students a alot of exposure . No race ,religion discrimination or any other discrimination is done.
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College is good but still has a lot of scope for development. The college need to work on students social and personal development as well as the education. More initiatives should be taken from the college's side from the beginning of the course.by Rimsha humaira
Infrastructure is amazing at my college with is a beautiful courtyard and everything is so decorative here, take it from stairs to classrooms. But the faculty is really disappointing, they are not worth the money.by Shlesha Patidar
College manage ment is not so supportive ...Different different rules each n every day are issued which is a problem for the students ..Otherwise it is okay .by Aditi sahni