There is no way to transfer college between Sati Vidisha college to Maulana Azad National institute of technology, Bhopal.
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Hope for best.
Hello,If you are asking whether you can change the college after 1 or 2 years study in one college to another, then ofcourse you can. But in your case, you are asking for a transfer to an NIT which is not likely to happen. If this is not what you asked for, then mention your question in detail, to get a detailed answer.Good Luck!
No core companies visit this campus. If you have taken suggestions about the college from the students of earlier batches of the 90′s then they would have told you how good this place is. But now the scenario has totally changed.
-No Core companies visiting for branches of EE,EC,EI,CE,PCE.
-No exposure in a small city.
-No coachings to prepare for exams like GATE/CAT/IES.
-You can't rely on faculties for clearing competitive examinations. The faculties are good but there won't be enough classes being held.
Last year’s placement scenario: Only TCS recruited just 24 students. After that a few small companies had pool campus with negligible amount of salary. 99% of these companies were of software domain, in which no electrical student is allowed to sit.
There are some shit placement policies whuch are a reason of this downfall. One such policy is that if you are selected in one company (specially TCS), you won't be allowed to sit for other companies.
Dr. D. Y. Patil Institute Of Technology, Pimpri, Pune is a better option.
Almost 90% students who have got 60% get placed and college also provide the off-campus drive that includes no criteria companies. The average salary offered is 3 lacs per annum and the maximum is 18 lacs i.e. last year. Many MNCs visited the college for placement like Infosys, Wipro, Amazon, L&T etc.
This college has a very good infrastructure. The main building is of 8 floors and there are two other buildings which include an auditorium, the library and the admin office. There are well-maintained labs on each floor. For students, new hostels have been constructed this year.
All faculty members are very helpful and well-qualified. The student-faculty ratio is 80:1. From the second year, you will have a regular industrial visits. The teachers also believe in real-time learning and they organised many workshops and guest lectures for the students.
Hope this helps. Good luck!
LNCT Bhopal has better placement for Cse than other colleges you mentioned above. As 90% of Cse students are placed every year in LNCT and this it's in Bhopal area is also good. I myself a student of sati college Vidisha of Cse and placement in this college are also good around 75% of Cse students are placed every year and the area is good as its just 10 mins from Railway Station and every required places are near also. But rewa engineering college is not up to the mark and placement are also not good there 50% of Cse students that also very difficult.
Hope it helps you
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This College is accredited by NAAC (National Assessment and Accreditation Council) B validity is 31 Dec 2020 and the score is 2.36 .
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