Both Vivekananda College and Amity University are very different and each of them offers a different outcome for your career. Focus on your career goal and choose the one that fulfills it. Do not make a rash decision by just the demand and popularity of the subject.
Contact a career counselor or take personality assessment tests to find where your interests lie. This personality test gives you the opportunity to identify your own strengths and weaknesses, which you can work on.
After this, you will have clarity on choosing your career path and what course or program will help you achieve it.
It is a tough decision to make as both colleges fall in the same tier. There are not many differences between the two. Let me share some facts about both I read online, which might help you make a decision.
YMCA has a bit of an upper hand when it comes to placements than DCRUST.
The location could be one of the factors and also notable IT firms participate in their placement program.
YMCA also provides better technical exposure, which DCRUST lacks.
The faculty of YMCA is also better, having years of educational experience.
The placements of CS and IT are the best in YMCA, though the salary packages offered are less but enough companies participate which opens up a lot of opportunities for the students.
CS/IT at YMCAUST
CS/IT at DCRUST
Accenture, Wipro, Cognizant, TCS, etc.
Tech Mahindra, Bosch, Fidelity, Jindal Iron and Steel, etc.
The only thing you should know, be it any college YMCA or DCRUST, you should not depend blindly on their curriculum. Learning new things will require dedication and effort on your end. So work on yourself no matter what college you opt for.
Aaditya Hari Nair Posted On : September 28th, 2021
Since I am a part of LNCT Group of Technologies, Bhopal, the insights I provide can be helpful for a few.
The IT sector placements, by the organization, apparently offer a variety of opportunities.
A really good amount of recruiters visit the campus, especially from the IT sector, and hire a large number of candidates.
VMware, back in 2019, offered the highest salary package of almost around INR 18 LPA and hired 4 students side by side.
The best advice to secure a position at the top companies is to put as much effort as required into brushing your skills from the scratch.
It is better to stay updated with the latest technological trends of the industry and keep up with their demands, as and when required.
You should invest a reasonable amount of time into working upon aptitude, and logical reasoning, alongside keeping a good hold on your communication skills as well.
These are aspects that play a pivotal role in determining whether or not you are the best fit for a firm. It is suggested that you keep on polishing your skills more than wondering about aspects otherwise.
Aaditya Hari Nair Posted On : September 27th, 2021
In terms of college, IEM and HIT both provide similar career opportunities in the IT sector. Major recruiters like TCS, Infosys, CTS, Capgemini from the IT sector visit both the institutes.
If you had to pick between the two engineering fields, you should always go with CS. If you select CS, you will be able to apply for a variety of government/public sector positions (ISRO, BARC, IOCL) after completing your B.tech. Only CS guys are qualified to apply for the majority of these government jobs.
Heritage Institute of Technology in Kolkata
Tuition fees (B.Tech)
INR 5-6 LPA
INR 3.75 LPA
As you will get similar opportunities you can choose either. Also, outside of WB, no one cares if you're from IEM or HIT. Unless you're from JU, everything is the same.
LNCT is considered as one of the best private colleges in Middle India that is Madhya Pradesh. The college is known for offering useful and versatile activities. Here are some things I got to know from the reviews.
Although the faculty is reliable there is a certain amount of pressure given on students regarding attendance.
The environment in the campus is very competitive.
The students lay emphasis on enhancing their skills for acquiring best of placement opportunities.
Even the impossible tasks are fulfilled under the pressure of strict professors and competitive classmates.
It is essential that you secure admission in the main college as there are several other colleges linked with the same name.
The environment and facilities are all the same over these colleges but the placement opportunities are better in the main campus.
IT at LNCT Bhopal
Wipro, Accenture, Tech Mahindra, Capgemini, etc.
It is your hard work that will get you through college life but it will be worthwhile. You should opt for the college without any further hesitation.
Look for other options as IT at Heritage is not the best option. However, it has a stellar record of placement if we talk about the other branches.
MSIT, on the other hand, offers good exposure for CSE. It just falls short of Heritage’s fame and does not enjoy the same reputation. During a recent placement drive, the CSE branch observed the highest number of placement offers.
Check the following table for a brief insight on both institutions
Heritage Institute of Technology
Meghnad Saha Institute of Technology
If you are unable to join MSIT, go for IT at Heritage and then shift your stream to CSE at the end of the first year if your SGPA is above 8.5. HIT boasts of having a brand value nowadays so obviously it attracts the most candidates.
LNCT Bhopal is a good option when compared with other private colleges in Bhopal in terms of good placement records and extracurricular activities.
Teaching at LNCT is not so good but it's also not that bad teachers are well-qualified. Faculty members give their best but self-study is more important in any aspect.
You must maintain a good attendance record at the college otherwise it can cause difficulty for you. It will help in scoring good marks in the sessional exams.
For a student, a college is just like a platform and only you can grab the opportunities. If you are looking for good placements right after graduation, you can try LNCT Bhopal.
Both the branches, be it ECE or IT are similar in LNCT. The branch to be taken should not anyhow depend on the college rather it should depend on your interest.
Try choosing the college based on your interests.
Evaluate the academics, placements, facilities offered, etc. before finalizing your answer.
LNCT has a good reputation, with proper well maintained infrastructure.
They offer the students with all the necessary facilities and modern equipment.
IT at LNCT is really good, it has much better reviews than ECE.
IT at LNCT Bhopal
Wipro, Infosys, Tech Mahindra, Cognizant, etc.
It is suggested that you go for IT at LNCT, as it has more placement on campus and opportunities for IT students.
Aaditya Hari Nair Posted On : September 15th, 2021
Regardless of branches, DSCE is a fantastic place to start. According to my friends studying here, academics and placements are both excellent.
If you keep a good grade and have a thorough understanding of your subject, you will almost certainly be hired during on-campus placements.
DSCE has a strong alumni base in terms of placements (which is the most crucial factor for an engineering student).
Only focus on your academics, and DSCE would be a great platform for you to get hired in a reputed company.
Just score a good CGPA during the external exam, so you can sit for the maximum number of companies during placements.
ISE at Dayanand Sagar College of Engineering
Wipro, Amazon, TCS, Tech Mahindra, etc.
DSCE is quite popular for CSE. ISE here is just like CSE, with a few different things that you will learn in your 3rd year. ISE here is really good and even has good placements.
Aaditya Hari Nair Posted On : September 10th, 2021
According to the 2021 WBJEE cutoff, the required cutoff for CSE at Heritage Institute of Technology is 3434 (general). So, it will be difficult to get admission in CSE with your rank. As an alternative, you can go for IT at Heritage. It offers similar career prospects as the CSE branch.
With 4.5k rank, you can also try for KGEC EE/JGEC CSE/GCECT CSE/GCELT CSE/IEM IT/ GCETTS CSE.
At this rank in case, if you are getting a Govt. college don’t go for it as there is a very low chance of placements.