One of the best things about this college is its relatively small size. The small number of students makes it easier for students to get individual help with studies and/or personal issues.
The faculty is probably the best part of the college. The teachers have knowledge about their subject and do their best to make the subject interesting for the students. They are also willing to help individual students with studies, career advice and sometimes even personal problems. The students and teachers enjoy an easy-going relationship, which helps in fostering trust between them.
The infrastructure is great. The classrooms are reasonably big and air-conditioned. There are good quality whiteboards to make the writing more visible, and the benches are made of metal with smooth wooden tops so that they don't develop cracks. There are also two computer laboratories, and a recently introduced sound-proof room for the BA Films students to use. There is also a large canteen (capable of seating at least 150-200 people) with various choices of food. The only thing missing from the college is some sort of ground to conduct sports activities.
The undergraduate courses offered are Bachelor's in Mass Media (BMM), Bachelor's in Management Studies (BMS), Bachelor's of Science in Information Technology (BSc.IT) and the newly introduced Bachelor's in Films (BA Films).
Regarding placements, the college unfortunately does not invite many companies for media students. Most of the companies that come here are for Management students or IT students.
As a student, we have a large range of committees to join. There are committees for many things, such as cultural activities, management, PR, literary activities, sports and outdoor activities, etc. Even for those who don't join a committee, there are opportunities to participate in college festivals.
There is, however, one thing that may bother some students. The college is very strict about maintaining attendance, and is known for debarring students with low attendance. Therefore, students who are working part-time or planning vacations may find it difficult to maintain their attendance.
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