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We have everything in our college but it is not very big enough. We don't have smart boards. Although new buildings are under construction once they are built we will have completely new campus with more features.
Quality of teaching is good but due to pandemic (COVID-19)I have only attended online lec yet so can't review about this. But even in online mode teachers share enough resources and try their best to teach well.
Placements is not very high as this is a newly established college but as this is a NIT you will get good seniors and batchmates which will help you to even qualify for off campus placement. I mean you can get job in campus placement but even if you can't grab one you will be skilled enough to grab off campus one.
Per year we have 2 sem and for general category its 93k per sem so for per year its 180k. Money valuation is reasonable for me.
Campus life is good. We celebrate every festival and events l.
As this college is in northern part of India so many students avoid to take admission there but I personally suggest that its a good college and you should go for it.
On such EWS rank you have no chances to get any of the NITs not even for mentioned NITs. You can get an idea from previous year's closing ranks available on the official website :-
But you can go for some other colleges that are discussed below.
If we go through previous year's data of seat allotment On the basis of data mentioned in the question by you, you can go for the enlisted colleges :-
Thakur College of Engineering and Technology, Mumbai
KIET Group of Institutions (KIET), Ghaziabad
Galgotias College of Engineering and Technology, Greater Noida
Rajkiya Engineering College, Mainpuri
And some more.......
So you can use JEE-Main College Predictor to predict your chances of admission in different engineering colleges of India on the basis of your JEE-Main 2022 result :-
Note that the above list is merely a prediction which has been made on the basis of latest cut-offs available and the cut-offs are bound to change every year depending upon various factors such as the number of candidates appearing in an examination, the number of candidates qualifying an examination, difficulty level of the paper, and so on.
As the cut-offs are released along with the JEE-Main 2022 result so now you can check whether you have qualified for JEE-Advance 2022 or not, JEE-Main 2022 qualifying cut-offs are enlisted below :-
==>> Common Rank List (CRL) - 88.4121383 percentile
==>> GEN-EWS - 63.1114141 Percentile
==>> Other Backward Classes (OBC-NCL) - 67.0090297 Percentile
==>> Scheduled Caste (SC) - 43.0820954 Percentile
==>> Scheduled Tribe (ST) - 26.7771328 Percentile
==>> PwD - 0.0031029 Percentile
You can check out previous year's cut-off trends from the link given below :-
I hope this information helps you.
Good Luck for your future!!
See, if you consider brand value, then the value of National Institute of Technology, Agartala is unmatched. Moreover, the location of Agartala is also much better than that of Nagaland and more companies come for placement in NIT Agartala.
So, in all, if you want secure placement with opportunities in every field, you should go to NIT Agartala at the drop of a hat. But, if you are genuinely interested in ECE, then go for NIT Nagaland.
You can also use our college predictor to see your chances in all the colleges:
Hope I have answered your question. All the best!
Dear aspirant hope you are doing well.
It depends on your personal intrest both college are equally good in education. If you wanna compare the two institutions....
Both college details is given..
To get complete details about placement/ review / fee structure go with the link below
Bit sindri details......
Nit nagaland details...
Hope it's helpful for you.