Questions related to Saraf Institute of Engineering and Technology, Hanumangarh
Is khit college what about civil engineering placements it is good or not
The college placements about nearly 70% of the students are getting placed every year and highest salary offers is 30k per month and minimum salary is 15k per month they are having even CRT classes from the third year itself overall campus placements are good. But these only apply to IT,CSE and the core.
But for civil it is not very satisfactory
Is khit college good for civil group or not and what about placements are good Or not
Kallam Haranadhareddy Institute of Technology Guntur is the best option.
The college has been NBA accredited. The institution is NAAC accredited with A grade. It is developing rapidly.
Many companies visit the college for placements. The placement opportunities are provided, the starting salary packages offered were good. Even CRT classes are conducted through both online and offline modes and by collaboration with BtechGuru (App). It is very efficient to make the students learn about the skills needed for recruitment.
The infrastructure of the college is well built. They have all the labs that are needed for the course. The library is huge but there is no Wi-Fi facility available on the campus. Medical facilities provided in the college are good. The canteen offer tasty food at a reasonable price. Classrooms are normal and are wide enough.
The assistant professors of the college have frequently been changing. However, the senior faculty members are good. They are PhD holders and have a lot of experience. All the junior faculty members are trained well and have the ability to compete with senior faculty. The course curriculum followed in the college was prescribed by JNTUK, and the college is affiliated to JNTUK.
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