St. Joseph's College of Commerce, located in the heart of Bangalore, offers comprehensive facilities. Classrooms, Labs, and Libraries are well maintained. Its central location helps students from other cities to explore the city of Bangalore properly.
Studying B.com Professional Strategic Finance was enlightening. The teaching quality was exceptional, aiding in a thorough understanding of the subject. The curriculum was aligned with recent industry developments, making me job ready.
The institution's overall placement performance is strong. The college's supportive atmosphere ensures a seamless and pleasant placement process. Great Indian companies as well as MNCs visit the college to provide placement opportunities.
The college has decent infrastructure, being an English student one of my primary needs was the library which is adequate, the management is quite friendly and provides you with any books you might require which is quite good. The campus is quite small in comparison to other colleges in Bangalore, but still good. The sports room and gym is quite good and accessible. Unfortunately the college doesn't provide hostel facilities but there are hostels and PGs nearby.
Being part of the BA English course and that too the first batch has been quite an interesting journey, the teachers are extremally friendly and easy to work with. Especially the English department has fun teachers who keep the class entertaining throughout. Being a smaller group of students also has its benefits as we have more opportunities and are able to communicate with our teachers easily. The course is well lay out and isn't too tedious.
Placement and internship opportunities are decent. Being the first Batch of English I am not sure how it would be for my department, but for course for Bcom and BBA most people get placed in good companies.
Overall its a good experience, you get to learn at lot and generally the crowd is friendly and easy to be with. You would definitely have passed out with a good degree and most people get placed in great places, you would have also learnt a lot part from academics so generally great.
The campus despite being small, suffices. The events and fests are always a thrill to be part of especially our cultural fests. We also have good clubs and associations and related activities. The teachers and general management is quite friendly and help you out whenever you need any assistance.
The college infrastructure is amazing, it fulfills all the requirements from gym, conference hall, smart board, digital academic facilitation software, two play grounds. Hostel facility is provided but is out of campus. Hostel rooms are lavishly spacious and low prices, with good management
I am studying BBA Entrepreneurship, all out teachers are at minimum PhD holders, so all deep academic discussion are easily facilitated. Curriculum is up to date in closing topics of Automation, 4th industrial revolution, lean start up, MVP etc
I have not been through the process of placement. From what I know from my seniors is that an average placement goes from 6 lakhs to 8 lakes annually. I have also came to know that only students above 6.5 or 7 GPA are allowed to sit for placement who have no back log.
I think in my specific course, the price is to benefit ration is high. Meaning I feel that the course is over valued compared to other BBA programs
No college has a better campus life than SJCC, that's absolutely no point of debate. Management is liberal, lots of activities like business fest, muns, debates(covered by national news channels),flash mobs, parties etc. Seniors are like mentors, you learn a lot by working with them. The college is very active. It couldn't have a better location. It is located at the city center near MG Road, just next to metro, surrounded by cool restaurants
Accounting & Finance involves the concept of money, business and Management. Accounting relates to information analysis for different aspects of business, while finance solely concerns a business monetary funds. Just Revise your class 12th TS Grehwal Book along with Business Studies (Part 2), it will brief you about the accountancy and finances part