Of course VEERMATA JIJABAI TECHNICAL INSTITUTE ie VJTI only is the best state government engineering college in Mumbai after IIT. It's a very well known college which has great placement opportunities and almost 100% placements possible. SPIT is also another great GOVERNMENT college but it doesn't has CS branch in it if you want to pursue CS which is the most upcoming branch. If you getting CS in VJTI then it's the best scenario, and if any other engineering like electrical, mechanical or civil, etc then any of these 2 government colleges of Mumbai will do.
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I suggest you to prefer Sardar Patel institute of Technology over VJIT Mumbai. It has a good rating of 4.1/5. Coming to plcements the college has a record of 100% placements especially in CSE in IT departments. There are average placements for core branches. The highest packsge is offered is 39 lakhs LPA by microsoft. All the best
I understand that you are interested and inquiring about knowing the the best college among the colleges that you have mentioned according to placement status and so to answer your question please be informed that Vellore Institute of technology Pune seems to be the best choice among the ones you have listed in your query due to the fact that it has exceptional placement records over the last years and has a dedicated placement cell which caters to the needs of the students would be appearing for the jobs and thus helps them in obtaining grade placements with different packages according to market standards.
Hello friend, Well both are good colleges. At the end of four years what really matters is your score and getting job with a good company. What i know is E&TC staff teaches really good at PICT. No idea about VIT staff. But anyway, you have to study on your own. From placement point of view, I think both colleges are equivalent.
I would say first decide about your interests. Pointing out the obvious but E&TC is mostly about hardware & CS/IT is about software. I’ve always seen E&TC people saying that it’s tough. Some people even switch from E&TC to CS/IT in second year (but those are FEW high scoring students).
Don’t go hard on yourself; you choose any of the two colleges, it’s not gonna be a big difference if you can study on your own. Also, I’ll recommend considering other factors like campus, hostels, social activities, technical events, etc. I think all the details can be searched online!
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