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There is no as such entrance test but after you register for a course to the university then you have a small test for English and your subject for which you have applied . It's a MCQ based test . After this you will have a personal interview. All this happens in campus . After this you wait for the result for some days and they either mail you the result or they just call you to tell if selected. I hope this was helpful
Harshit, SOP stands for Statement of Purpose. This is your chance to explain your career goals, ambitions, why you think Amity is the best place for that and why you think you can make it happen in Amity.
Amity University is a very good university as it is an awesome college . Environment is totally perfect for studies and faculty are very good and they are highly talented . To get a seat in this college you need to have 60% of marks in B.Sc Degree . The total fees for this course is Rs.2.20 lakhs . The placements are also very good the rating of placements is 4/5 . The college infrastructure and management can be given 4.5/5 .
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Both universities are good and have their own advantages and disadvantages. IP University is a state University and Amity is completely a private university. IP has relatively much lower fees than Amity. Amity university is excellent in terms of infrastructure and extracurricular activities. It offers a plethora of options in extracurricular activities. The infrastructure is beyond amazing. Moreover , Amity has international collaboration with foreign universities. Also , it's very frequently visited by amazingly talented guest speakers. IP has limited amount of seats whereas Amity offers plenty of seats so there are all sorts of people studying in the college. In terms of placement Amity is really better. Around 300+ companies visit the campus for placement drive. Whereas , some top colleges of IP like VIPS etc are better than Amity University. But , if you can afford the high fees you should definitely go to Amity. Also , Amity teaches compulsory foreign language which is again a plus point in terms of many factors. There are approximately 10-14 subjects per semester in Amity whereas 7-8 subjects in IP every semester.
Both universities have their own plus and minus points this way.
Hope it helps you , all the very best!!!
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