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College has a clean environment with well furnished classes,labs and extremely rich library. The food is too very hygienic and the campus has a good wifi and playground too. It looks good in appearance.
Both of the colleges you provided are amazing and have great placements. The faculties too are equally good.
Well i am providing you with a link below which will help you to compare both the colleges based on different parameters like ranking, courses, placements, faculty and more -
Do visit the website for a clear and better idea before making a choice.
Hope this helps.
See all of yhem are listed in good books in the college rankings.
But if you want to actually want to know which one is better for individual purpose, pick a course and compare the course structure along with everything else like facilities, placement etc.
Like that you will find the difference.
Amity University offers integrated and dual degree programmes under several streams, including Law, Science, Engineering, Management, etc . Amity admissions to most of the integrated and dual degree programmes are merit-based, except for Law courses.
I hope this answers your question.
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