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Posted on 04 Jun' 17 by Anonymous
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Batch of 2017 | B.Com
Not good not best option for your careersIt’s a good college with probably the best possible facilities for microelectronics and also power field. Professors are really good. Mostly they are friendly and approachable for any problem. Research opportunities are really awesome. Some professors even send students to foreign for internships. It’s a pretty cool experience over t
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The college mentioned is good to pursue bcom at cheap

Meenakshi
Posted on 20 Feb' 17 by Meenakshi
Batch of 2016 | B.Com
My college life good, not much interesting. But hostel life was awesome. If anyone want to complete their graduation at low cost while pursuing another course at same time, you can prefer this. At the same time college infrastructure is not that much good but not like you can't go their. Faculties are also good.
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Posted on 04 Sep' 16 by Anonymous
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Batch of 2018 | BA LLB
Pandit Ravishankar University was intense! I learned a ton from the rigorous academic program, from interacting with an interesting and diverse group of intelligent and motivated fellow students, and from having to overcome some initial challenges and then persevering through the timeline. The topnotch education combined with personal growth was priceless. I feel blessed to have attended and graduated from Pandit Ravishankar University. Pandit Ravishankar University has an excellent reputation the degree course has definitely opened some doors for me -- Law schools grads have the smarts, the training, and the work ethic to get the job done. Life is a journey of personal growth. I wanted adventure and independence. And I got both , I met and made friends with students and granted a huge chunk of them were from Northeastern states, then the grueling academics followed. My advice to incoming freshmen is to be prepared to work hard, and to have academics as your number one priority. But this needs to be balanced with some occasional fun, recreation, and extracurriculars, as these can help keep you sane, as well as form the basis of your fond memories of life at the Universty. Many years after graduation, my memories of torture and disappointment have faded -- the long hours spent in the library the pressure-cooker environment. But the fond memories remain -- the late night discussions/debates in the dorm with smart folks about various topics, gatherings with my friends. Especially important to me was my spiritual growth -- I was always praying to God to give me the strength, wisdom, and power to do well so that I can bring Him glory. Finally, I believe attitude and adaptability are important both during and after college. To achieve one's goals, he/she has to learn how to make the most of his/her situation, as well as to make paradigm shifts when necessary, education has enriched my life. God bless.
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