College infrastructure is very good. Well equipped labs. Proper toilet facilities for men and women. Clean and hygienic canteen. Modern computer labs. Nice and wide classrooms. Huge playgrounds. Large libraries.
Well qualified teachers and teaching in the college. Qualified professionals and handling the lab sections. Well known professor are taking classes in all departments. Frequent seminars and debet sessions are conducted.
Though there is placement cell in College, no big companies like wipro etc are coming to our college. Small scale companies are talking part in job fairs conducted by the college. More companies are attracted to the college
Course fee is very low. Those students with scholarship are also studying in the college for free. No extra expenses for studying. Tuition fee is very low. Exam is not given by students with scholarship.
An unforgettable experience in campus. Arts festival, College day, Sports day, Science day etc are conducted every year and active participation of students make it all a success. Films fests are also conducted.
The college has all necessary infrastructure, facilities and equipment. But the labs are a bit rusty, libraries dusty, and some classrooms don't have enough bunches. The living spaces are clean enough and the food is hygienic.
I am studying BSc Physics. The teachers aren't too great, but that doesn't affect the studies. The Kerala University curriculum is so old-school and it doesn't make you job-ready. The University is student-unfriendly, that's not the college's fault though.
I don't know about the placements as I'm only a fresher. But I have heard that the college does have some programmes to support students get jobs. Since the college doesn't have any engineering courses, I don't know if placements apply here.
It's a government-aided college. The cost is low. I'm grateful to the government :)