Sagar Institute of Research Technology and Science, Bhopal

B.Tech Electrical and Electronics Engineering Sagar Institute of Research Technology and Science, Bhopal

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Total Fees
2.40 Lakhs
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60

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2.40 Lakhs
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Course Details

  • Mode: Full time
  • Duration: 4 Years
  • Offered by: Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal

Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) in Electrical and Electronics Engineering is a four-year full-time undergraduate program offered by the Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal.

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Admission Process

Admission to the institute is made through counseling conducted by DTE, Bhopal for the candidates of JEE MAIN.

Eligibility Criteria

A Candidate for admission to the four-year degree course in Engineering must have passed the Intermediate examination (10+2) of the Board of Intermediate Education with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics (PCM) as subjects or any other examination. 

Student Reviews

Being a student is fun, but it does have it's down side

Jatt Harjeet
Posted on 11 Sep' 16 by Jatt Harjeet
Batch of 2017 | B.Tech Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Being a student is fun, but it does have its downside. For most students, it is the first time that they have left home and is therefore somewhat disconcerting. The realization that there is now no mechanism around to take dirty smelly clothes and magically transform them into clean ones is a horrible one. There is also the feeling that nobody at university particularly cares about you, or how you are doing. This is not true; courses come complete with a whole bunch of people who are there to provide support. SUPPORT Every institution will have a support infrastructure to help you to get the best from your student life. It is important that you identify these folks. They might be called tutors or supervisors. At Hull, we have supervisors backed up by a Student Success Adviser and a Disabilities Tutor. The supervisor is your academic support person. They are a useful weapon of first resort if you have problems with your course or any aspect of student life. It is important that you get on well with your supervisor, laugh at his or her jokes, pay regular visits etc; one day he or she may have to tell a sceptical staff meeting that the reason you failed your exam was that a giant magpie flew off with your revision notes.The supervisor is also the person you will want to write a glowing reference for you when you apply for jobs after graduation. You get to meet your supervisor on the very first day of your course and keep in touch for the rest of your stay in the university. If you have any questions about how life is lived or university procedure, ask your supervisor first. They may not know the answer, but they will certainly know someone who might. At Hull, we also have a Student Success Adviser. Emily can give you advice on directions to travel if you are having problems. She makes a call to each of our students when they join the department and can provide great advice on the best way to do well in the university. One of the more interesting things about joining a university is that a whole new set of eyes will be seeing you at work. This means that at Hull we frequently pick up on issues such as dispraxia which might have passed unnoticed until students come to study at university. We have a Disabilities Tutor who is very experienced in spotting these issues and suggesting suitable support. None of our support staff will actually admit to wearing vests with a big "S" on underneath their shirts, but they have been known to do some pretty superhuman things for their students. MONEY One of the big problems with being a student is that you have almost no money. Financially, the student's lot has got much harder over the years. However, living at university does not have to be expensive; the on-site catering does good food at reasonable prices, and university accommodation represents pretty good value. Although you are poor, so is just about everybody else you know, and the Union Main Bar seems to do a pretty good trade most nights. All of which brings me to my favourite student joke, which appeared on a computer system in this department :
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It was a good time in college

Abhishek Upadhyay
Posted on 04 Sep' 16 by Abhishek Upadhyay
Batch of 2017 | B.Tech Electrical and Electronics Engineering
College life a very important part of every individual’s life. We all are at a certain threshold after passing out from school. That’s when we have to take a very important decision. That’s regarding one’s career. The school is a small institution. College broadens one’s horizon. It’s a bigger place. A broader platform to understand and prove ourselves. It’s a place where one is assumed to be an adult. Need to be more responsible automatically come in the way. It’s a place where we need to be a little more mature than how we were at school. It’s a place where we create a bigger foundation of our life. It’s a place where we find and create ourselves. Though responsibilities are part of our life but friends are important too. Friendship made in college is an important part of one’s personal decision. Because we accept people judiciously. It’s not like in school where the ever classmate and every person we talk to become our very good friends. Friendships made in college last long. And are deeper. And of course, we learn to be diplomatic too. That’s an important part of one’s growth. We feel ourselves getting elder.
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