At first glance, the infrastructure feels decent and it is for the most part. A student is admitted on the basis of his/her percentage in class12 with the cutoff being as low as 50% without appearing for any sort of entrance examination/interview! Most of the area's in the campus along with the college of engineering and hostel are well maintained, clean, and surrounded by greenery except for the area around the hostel and besides the college of engineering. Faculty members are knowledgeable but prefer teaching theoretical aspects of the subjects instead of exposing the student to things that will actually be used after the completion of the course! That being said, management is one of the worst, if not the worst in the university. There are multiple areas/people who are supposed to do the same thing and strangely nobody is able to direct the student to the "right place". If it is student's first day, he literally will have to move from one part of the university to another to get his job done( like the process of issuing a library card which took me 2 days to figure out as the staff members were simply redirecting me from one place to another). Students are decent for the most part and the steps taken by the university to reduce/eliminate ragging is one of the stronger sides of the institution(90+% area is covered by CCTV along with guards in hostel). Although most students studying here are from the Jainism community, it is not uncommon to find students from other religious backgrounds. The university offers a range of options for co curricular activities in various fields like sports(like cricket,badminton,basketball,squash,table tennis, etc), music(guitar and keyboard) and physical fitness(gym-paid). Access to indoor stadium and music lessons is free but gym is available @₹1000/month. Hostel is divided into 3 blocks and has the same fee structure but only one block offers all/most of the facilities which is allotted to the students of 1st year only and which are absent in the other two blocks which is just another way for them to save money. Food quality is varies for each day and can range from below average to average. Placements and industry exposure is below average since students are not trained according to the requirements of the job. But the biggest reason for someone to take admission at TMU is the fee structure as it offers various scholarships including 50% reduction in tuition fee for jain students and numerous scholarships for other students based on there percentage obtained in class 12.
Final Verdict: If a student is not able to get admission in other college across the country for some reason, they will very likely be accepted here and even has a chance to grab a scholarship but it may not be worth it unless there is no other option available to him or he /she is willing to prepare himself for the future through other sources(online course) while studying the theory based subjects in the college.
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