The infrastructure of the college is very good and all the facilities and equipment also available in our college. The library and the sport centers are very nice and finally the food is hygiene and nice.
SSN probably has the best campus in all of Tamil Nadu. The university provides students with an environment that is both calming and energising. After entering the university one might even start to wonder whether if they were in a college.
The college has all the facilities and the infrastructure is very good.the classrooms are well furnished.the hostel rooms are neat and you will get homely experience there.the library is air conditioned.
Yes a bio student can definitely persue BTech in cse branch, there is no restriction to it.
You can pursue B. Tech in computer Science after 12th if you have Maths in Class 12th.
All BIPC/Biology students are eligible to get admission in Engineering courses such as Computer Science Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, ECE, EEE etc.
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You need to be more clear while asking any query so that we can answer correctly. But in general if you ask me, then yes you can get admission in some colleges based on your class 12th result. I myself got admission based on my class 12th result.
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SSN has the benefit of being much less constrictive than other institutions at Anna University and allowing you to discover your skills. We have a fantastic quiz club, a very busy English Literary Club, and a very skilled Drama Club that has performed plays like a professional theatre company, among other things.
Nearly every week, tests are given in two subjects, but they are far more evenly spread out and less demanding than the daily exams given in other colleges. Over the course of two semesters, the majority of the professors I spoke with were quite knowledgable about their fields. Every student on this school has attendance concerns, but generally speaking, it's not impossible to skip a class once in a while.
For first-year students, getting exemptions to attend competitions is challenging, but after making a positive impression on your lecturers, it becomes comparatively simpler.
T-shirts and jeans are acceptable under the loose dress code. Although they are inappropriate, round necks can be worn if there isn't a lab session.
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