Well,I am having my close friends studying in both these colleges and i know much about these colleges and i hope i will be able to provide you with a satisfactory answer to your question.
Asansol engineering college is located in the heart of the city asansol near jubliee petrol pump.The infrastructure is pretty decent just like most of the private colleges. The level of teaching is satisfactory but at the end of the day the students have to study on their own.The placement cell is active there and students from cs/it/ece backgrounds get placed in It companies which are mostly mass recruiters(TCS,IBM etc.).The classrooms ,labs are equiped with all modern facilities and you won't get disappointed with the technical facilities provided there.
Coming to DR.BC ROY ENGINEERING COLLEGE,the infrastructure is quite good even better than AEC.The teaching quality is average and the placements are not quite good ,however the training and placement cell manages to bring a couple of companies which are mostly non reputed ,some new startups for placement of their students.Also the location of the college is quite odd and isolated .Also the wbjee cutoff of this college is way higher so the peer group you will be sharing will not be good enough,also the labs are facing shortage of technical equipments the management being so inefficient.
Conclusion: According to my opinion Asansol engineering college is way better than Dr. B.C Roy Engineering College.Also the former is ranked higher than the later by many reputed magazines and govt of India.
Hence Asansol Engineering College wins hands down.
Hope I have made my self clear
Hello Navya Chandan, Madras Medical college is one of the best college, and has more cut-off. The expected cut-off for Madras medical college in NEET UGET 2019 is around 650. The cut-off also depends on the category which you belongs to. As this cut-off is for BC category. For general, it will increase.
Yes since in the second counselling you have got techno india you have to report to the reporting center for upgrading again. Only in the 3rd round you can lock it if you want. And after the mop up round there will be another decentralized round for another chance of upgrading
The Asansol Engineering College, Asansol fees structure is very affordable. The B.E. /B. Tech feescan anything up to approx. Rs. 2,00,000/- - Rs. 3,00,000/- for a full time 4 year course depending on the discipline that is chosen.
AS PER TFW YOU WILL BE GETTING 5% FEE WEAVIER IN THIS
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You have interest in Mechanical engineering. It i one of the best core branch of Engineering. It has a very good career opportunity.
Now you are confused between two colleges called "Asansol Engineering College" and "Haldia Institute of technology".
According to me, Haldia Institute of technology will be best choice for you.
Because it is one of the best private Engineering College of West Bengal.
NAAC accredited this College by "A".
Infrastructure, hostel facility, library,laboratory Faculties etc are very good compared to Asansol Engineering College.
This college provides ragging free campus.
Professors are student friendly.
Placement record is decent.
Best of luck.
Go to the below mentioned link for more details about Haldia Institute of technology:
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