The undergraduate programmes BA, BCom And BSc in different subject specialsations offered by colleges of the Mumbai University, released the merit list along with the cut-off score 2022 for admissions. Read here for details.
Just three Maharashtra colleges made the cut at the NIRF 2022. Affiliated to different universities, like Pune University (SPPU) and Mumbai University, they together placed just 9.5 per cent of their graduates in 2021, the latest year for which NIRF data is publicly available. However,a large percentage of students also opted to pursue higher studies. Here’s how each of the top Maharashtra colleges did.
Working in multinational corporations is no less than a dream for engineering graduates. Wipro, which is among the top workplaces among engineering graduates, conducts the Wipro-NTH to scout for talent. Aspirants can take this exam to get an opportunity to work at Wipro. For your benefit, we present the nuances of Wipro National Talent Hunt (NTH) in detail.
Colleges affiliated to Mumbai University have released the merit list along with the cut-off score for admissions to the first year degree programme. The undergraduate programmes BCom, BA and BSc offered by colleges of Mumbai University are popular among students and so the cut-off matters. Read here for details.
Just a small section of graduates from top colleges in West Bengal were placed in jobs upon graduation. But a very large number of students from these colleges opted for higher studies. Data gathered from this year’s NIRF rankings show how the colleges did individually.
Top Delhi University colleges showed a dismal 16.7 per cent placement rate of BA, BSc or BCom graduates, says the latest NIRF data. A vast majority of students graduating from three-year degree programmes opted for higher studies. Here’s how each of the top colleges did individually.
Do you know how many students from the top colleges in Tamil Nadu landed jobs upon graduation? The placement rates in even the best arts and science colleges in Tamil Nadu may seem dismal but a large section of their students chose to pursue higher education. Here’s a look at the data on intake, enrollment, graduation and placements from the top 10 colleges in Tamil Nadu.
Know how many students graduating from BA, BSc, BCom or other three-year undergraduate degree programmes from Kerala’s top 10 colleges were placed? Publicly available data from the NIRF report shows that only 11.5 per cent of students were employed upon graduation with the majority choosing higher education. Here’s how each college did individually.
NEET cutoff rank for four deemed medical colleges in Maharashtra decreased in 2021. This trend was not seen in the deemed medical colleges of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. With respect to the change in number of MBBS seats available in colleges, Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu showed a similar trend.
Is the demand for medical colleges decreasing? The number of MBBS seats in most medical colleges of Tamil Nadu remain the same but the NEET cut-off 2021 rank shows an increase of more than 100 percent from NEET cut-off 2019 for these colleges.