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My college has all the necessary infrastructure and all facilities are available. Good Internet connection is available. Clean environment, nice working area. Lovely labs and wonderful staff also. Teachers are supportive.
In my opinion, you should go for CGC Landran which is among one of the best colleges in Chandigarh. You can go for PU Patiala as well.
Now regarding CSE branch, the faculty at CGC Landran is far better than the other two ones. So there is no doubt in choosing CGC college for better academics.
CGC Landran has a placement rate of 90% with more than 600 companies visiting every year. DAVIET college has a placement rate of 85%. Considering previous year's placement records for PU Patiala, the college had 100% placements by 36 companies but the average package isn't high and ranges between 4-6 lakhs on an average.
Hope this would have solved your query. Best of luck!!
There are two important things that you should consider while choosing a branch.
i) Interest: If you are too much into cars, machines and stuff then he should go for Mechanical Engineering, if you are not that specific about it then you can go for ECE. Electronics and Communication branch has got wider options and easier life compared to Mechanical Engineers. I have my mechanical friends who are placed in good companies earning a little less than EC E guys but sweating a lot more than ECE people and also the company location is in remote places and the job is more demanding and hectic.
ii) strengths and future: One most important thing that slips off everybody’s head is that, finally for placements what all it takes? Is it how much you have scored or how much yow know or your soft skills what you have developed during these four years?
As far as your aggregate score, it should be more than the cut off of the companies, these days its around 8/10 (CGPA) for all engineering branches.
Now if you are in mech and you want to get into best of the best companies then you definitely need good management skills and it doesn’t matter how sound you are technically. This soft skill plays a crucial role in placements, I have seen people who are toppers in the department but got placed after average scorers because of poor management skills.
But in ECE, companies are not so much specific about management skills, all they ask for is how good you are in your subjects.
Regarding future, if he is going to go for MS or M.Tech then he should choose the branch by his interest and if he is going MBA he may go for ECE as ECE is considered as a tougher branch to get into when compared to Mechanical Engineering.