Vellore Institute of Technology, Vellore

Also known as: VIT Vellore
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  • Estd. Year: 2001
  • Campus Size: 250 Acres
  • Total Faculty: 1720
  • Total Students Enrollment: 29187

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About College

Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT) is a deemed private university that was founded in 1984. VIT is situated in the district of Vellore, Tamil Nadu. VIT is also recognised as an Institution of Eminence by the Government of India. This institution provides undergraduate, postgraduate, integrated and research programmes. 

Location:-

Vellore Institute of Technology is located in Gorbachev Road, Vellore, Tamil Nadu. The nearest railway station to VIT is Katpadi. Auto Rickshaws are available from Katpadi Junction Railway Station and Vellore New Bus Stand. Government Buses shuttle between Chittoor Bus Stop and VIT. One could also hire auto-rickshaws to reach VIT or can book a cab. The nearest airport to VIT is Tirupati Airport with a distance of 100 kms. The other two airports are Chennai International Airport, which is at a distance of 130 km and Bengaluru International Airport, which is 230 km away from VIT.

Accreditations and Collaborations:-

Accreditations-

VIT is accredited by NAAC, Govt. of India with A Grade.

National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories. 

International Collaborations-

  • Grup De Mutagènesi, Department De Genètica I De Microbiologia Facultat De Biociències Universitat Autònoma De Barcelona, Campus De Bellaterra, Spain
  • Casali Institute, Institute of Chemistry, The Hebrew University Of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel.
  • Materials Research Laboratory, Department of Chemistry, National University of Singapore.
  • Clemson University, USA.
  • DST/CSIR Nanotechnology Innovation Centre, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, Pretoria. South Africa.
  • Contaminant Chemistry and Ecotoxicology, CSIRO Land and Water, Australia
  • Institute of Tribology, Hefei University, Hefei, P.R.China

National Collaborations-

  • Materials Engineering, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore.
  • CSIR- Central Electrochemical Research Institute [CECRI], Karaikudi,
  • Center For Marine And Coastal Studies, School Of Energy, Environment And Natural Resources, Madurai Kamaraj University
  • Dept. of Chemical Engineering. Indian Institute of Technology, Chennai.
  • Biosensor Development Division, DRDE, Jhansi Road
  • Materials Research Centre, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. (Nanda)
  • Bio-products lab, Central Leather Research Institute, Chennai
  • Agharkar Research Institute, Pune
  • Indian Institute of Toxicology Research, Lucknow.

Clubs, Societies and Committees:-

Students’ Clubs- These clubs help students prepare themselves for leadership and team-building skills. 

Arts and Literature Clubs: Following are the clubs included in the Arts and Literature Club in VIT:

Animation Club: This Club organizes workshops in different areas of animation.

Dance Club: This club deals with dance art forms both regional and western.     It also gives an opportunity for students to perform.

DEBSOC: This is a debating club which is abbreviated as Debate Society. 

Dramatics Club: VIT conducts stage plays, street plays, mono-acting and acting workshops in this club.

Fine Arts Club: VIT organizes workshops on script-writing, cinematography, movie-making, movie-analysis and other activities related to the appreciation of films.

Music Club: This Club imparts musical knowledge to the students who are interested in music. Guitarists, keyboard players, bassists, drummers, violinists, and vocalists are part of this club. 

Photography Club: This club provides a platform for all photographers and students who are keen to learn photography. Students can share their ideas, vision, photographs and technical knowledge with the interested. 

Quiz Club: This Club helps to establish quizzing as a mind sport among university students. 

Community Radio Club: This Club operates under the frequency of 90.8 MHz. It covers the events organized in VIT, interviews of internal and external participants and guests. 

Creativity Club: Creativity Club provides a platform for students to display their creative side in various academic and non-academic fields. It organizes a variety of programmes related to education, social, culture, recreation and entertainment. 

Heritage Club: The main focus of this club is about important cultural and natural heritage.

Nature Lovers’ Club: This Club aims at increasing awareness among the students and providing them with knowledge on various environmental activities. 

SPIC MACAY Club- This Club focuses on Indian classical music and dance, folk music, yoga, meditation, crafts and other prominent aspects of Indian culture. 

MUNSOC Club- This is the abbreviated name for Model United Nations Society. This Club organises competitions in collaboration with giant organizations like the United Nations Information Centre for India and Bhutan, Global Citizen India and HeForShe.

Technical Clubs-

Alpha Bio Cell- This club gives an opportunity to the students to grow and develop into skilled individuals and obtain knowledge on business endeavours. This Club also nurtures leadership so that bio-entrepreneurs lead in the scientific arena and in the corporate world.

Apple Developers Groups- This Club was established under the Apple University Program. This Club helps understand the latest technologies that are required to develop iOS applications. It also encourages and assists budding developers to create better versions.

Archi-Tech Club- This Club helps establish and maintain a community of young learners with a common interest in architecture and design. This Club also helps in facilitating the knowledge and skill development through seminars and workshops related to areas like digital architecture, visual merchandising, model making, spatial ideation exercises, and graphical manifestation creations– execution works. 

Bulls and Bears- This is the Finance Club of  VIT. It develops finance-related activities and careers in VIT students. The main objective of this club is to spread awareness in the areas of finance, investment banking, stocks and trading, private wealth management, etc.

GDG Club- This is an abbreviation for Google Developers Group. This Club helps young students to understand and learn how Google is run, its properties and much more. VIT students are also encouraged to create different versions, websites, etc for Google. 

CSED Club- The full form of this Club is Centre for Social Entrepreneurship Development. This Club helps in nurturing young minds on how they can develop, fund and execute solutions to social, cultural, or environmental issues.

CodeChef Club- This Club was created to help programmers cherish themselves in the world of algorithms, computer programming, and programming contests. This Club helps in learning to host a programming contest and face challenges related to programming. It also aims in training sessions and discussions related to algorithms, binary search, technicalities like array size and the likes.

Dream Merchants- Dream Merchants is the committee which deals with providing a thrust to the exchange of knowledge through interactive seminars, debates, mock forums, and similar activities. Through DM, the student community engages in multiple events like Talk shows on preparing industry-ready acumen and skills, industry insiders' insights, etc with the purpose of career advancement. It also organises events like Financial Forum, Mutual Fund Meeting, and Budget Mock on a regular basis.

E-Cell- Also known as the Entrepreneurs Cell, this club helps in fostering an entrepreneurial spirit among the students gives them a platform to convert their ideas into businesses. The purpose of E-Cell is to create a culture of entrepreneurship among the students.      

Innovator’s Quest- This club gives a platform to the students to gain knowledge on the latest techniques and concepts to make themselves technically sound with also encouraging them to exchange ideas. It also helps them to move towards a more professional pedestal and develop a wider scope of ideas with a positive outlook on research through various workshops and guest lectures.

IoThinC- The abbreviation of this Club is the Internet of Things Club. This Club helps in increasing awareness of opportunities presented by Internet of Things as a growing concept, to provide a social platform for Internet of Things enthusiasts and to network and connect with experts within the field. 

Mozilla Firefox- This Club helps students get experience on the internet and other such application to provide a platform to develop free and open-source software and tools using Mozilla products. Programmes that encourage invention, inspire innovation and foster global change using Mozilla products. 

RoboVITics- The full form of this club is the Robotics Club of VIT. This Club provides a base for students who are into robotics to progress and contribute to this field. This Club helps to facilitate students to understand, design and learn robotics and also provides efficiency in the field of robotics, control, and automation; and to expand the scope beyond VIT.  

Solai Club- This is an abbreviation of Sustainable Organic Living with Agricultural Initiatives. This Club helps in realizing Vellore district as an ideal model for the implementation of sustainable agricultural at farm and home. Various events are planned and organised to craft knowledge for students. Field visits, data documentation hands-on training for Kitchen gardening, food waste composting, minimizing food storage losses, cultivation of household medicinal plants etc are some of the activities done in this Club.

SABEST- The full form of this club is the Students Association of Bio-Engineering, Science and Technology. This club aims at inculcating ideas amongst the students through activities like group discussion and guest lectures. It also makes the students be aware of the recent happenings and groundbreaking research relevant to the field.

TAG- The abbreviation to this club is Technology and Gaming Club. This Club aims at inculcating a gaming environment for the students who are interested in gaming. This Club helps facilitate the development of skills related to game development and other important domains of modern computing to give the students a competitive edge in the modern computing industry.

The Catalyst Club- The Club provides a better understanding of chemistry, to promote and improve education in chemistry, to familiarise individuals with chemistry, and to provide an opportunity for individual participation and professional growth. It also provides assistance in the field of chemistry and encourages students to exchange thoughts and ideas. It promotes the distribution of chemical knowledge through seminars and visiting lecturers.

TEC- The full form of this club is The Electronics Club. This Club aims at providing students with a platform and resources to gain practical skills. It also helps students acquire and develop new skill-sets by conducting various lectures and workshops programmes to help students realize their projects.

Venturesity Club- The motto of this Club is “Innovation and Upskilling through hackathon”. This Club focuses on developing problem-solving skills of our members as well as other university students by taking part in quality hackathons or organizing them.

Visual Blogger’s Club- This Club provides a platform for aspiring and visual bloggers. Visual blogging is a type of content blogging that connects with readers using visual content like images, infographics, and mini-infographics. It also encourages writing visual blogs to express their ideas. 

Social Outreach Clubs-

Anokha- this is a non-profit organization that works towards the welfare of underprivileged kids. Their basic aim is to reach out to the children of Vellore and to teach English as well as speaking and communication skills to the children in the orphanages.

Ayuda- This is a youth-led organization that works to improve health, to eliminate illiteracy and to provide assistance to the old. Students at Ayuda work with the common goal for the upliftment of the society and bring sustainable changes in the lives of old and underprivileged children.

BIF-The full form of this club is Becoming I Foundation. This is an internationally recognized youth-led organization that makes students engage with community development issues. Through projects in the fields of women empowerment, trafficking, primary education, alternate sources of employment, leadership training, life skills development and youth empowerment.

FEPSI- The full form of this club is a Forum for Empowering People through Social Innovation and entertainment. This club helps transform the world into an ideal place to live sustainably by empowering the people is through innovative methods. This is a youth-driven organization working towards a fairer, more egalitarian society.

E2PC- The full form of this Club is Energy & Environment Protection Club. This is the official eco-club of VIT. This Club aims to work at a ground level, to protect and conserve the environment and make students take up responsibility on matters related to "Blue Planet".

VIT Fifth Pillar- This is a non-profit organization that aims to encourage, enable, and empower every citizen to eliminate corruption at all levels in society. The main objective of this club is to strengthen democracy by preparing the students to be dutiful and patriotic citizens in all aspects.

GGB- GGB is the abbreviation of Good Girls And Boys. This club is a youth organization that aims to promote and spread awareness about sustainable development amongst youngsters. The goals of this club surround a wide variety of issues plaguing our societies.

Juvenile Care- This is a charitable trust that works for the welfare of underprivileged kids and provides complete child education. It helps college students to utilise their time to work for orphanage workshops, Microsoft Office workshops in schools and orphanages, medical camps in slums and villages and teacher training programmes.

 Kalvi- This club uplifts the marginalized living in villages. This club helps provide quality education, vocational training, and healthcare. Changing powerless to power through education, assessing skills and training, social factors, collective efficiency are the objectives of this club. It also organises events to educate the uneducated to help to improve the lifestyle of the youth group through education.

Leo Club- LEO stands for something, ie, Leadership, Experience and opportunity. This Club was established to develop and nurture the youth to ensure a better tomorrow, by serving the needy. 

MAD- The full form of this club is Make A Difference. This is a youth-driven and non-profit organization that works on ensuring fair outcomes for children in orphanages and street shelters. This club also provides a platform for youngsters to change the way things are in the country.

NCC- National Cadet Corps is the full form of NCC. This club helps in developing qualities of character, courage, comradeship, discipline, leadership, and secular outlook.

Rotaract Club- This Club is a dedicated student community that shares a passion for community service and friendship whilst focussing on improving the lifestyle of the underprivileged. Rotaract Club develops leadership and professional skills.

RRC- This is the abbreviation for Red Ribbons Club. RRC aims at utilising the potential of the youth by giving them correct information on Mental Health, Substance abuse, Nutrition, and reproductive & Sexual health.

Uddeshya- This is a social outreach organisation and its motto is "Empowering Youth- Fueling Change". It provided a platform for potential students to implement their ideas and work as community leaders to address various issues.

HEARTS- It is the abbreviation for Higher Education for All to Realize Transformation of Students. This club comes under UHET- Universal Higher Education Trust. the purpose of this Club is to create awareness on the importance of higher education at various levels.

Health and Wellness Clubs-

Fitness and Beyond- This Club aims at solving problems related to fitness among the students. Proper nutrition, moderate-vigorous physical exercise, and sufficient rest are some of the activities done in this club. This club also has counsellors, yoga masters, bodybuilders, athletes, sportspersons, etc.

Health Club- This club ensures that the students are getting proper knowledge of good health and nutrition. Students also get support services that provide basic life skills for healthy living. This club promotes effective learning by supporting students to increase their knowledge and understanding of health issues and guide them to adopt positive behaviours to prevent poor health.

Sports- This club helps students achieve a healthier lifestyle cope with a studious environment. VIT has various centres for physical education and sports activities to help students maintain physical fitness. It has numerous outdoor playgrounds and indoor courts are spread over a vast area.

Trekking Club- This Club promotes hiking, trekking, camping, mountaineering, and allied open-air activities. This Club also conducts several substantial events on marathons, triathlons, environment awareness drive and conferences that inspire the students to take up a sport and outdoor activities. The Club also conducts regular treks, runs, cycling events, swimming events and camping on a regular basis.

Yoga Club- This Club helps students to take up a healthy lifestyle by giving them yoga trainings. Yoga education helps in self-discipline and self-control, which leads to awareness, concentration and gives a higher level of consciousness. Yoga sessions are arranged regularly to give knowledge on how to have good health, practice mental hygiene, possess emotional stability, integrate moral values, and attain a higher level of consciousness. 

Literature Clubs-

Aikyataan- This is a Bengali literature club that aims at students showcasing their Bengali literary skills. This Club helps students who are interested in Bengali literature and want to gain insight on the history of this language. 

English Literature Association- This Club helps students who are interested in English literature and want to gain insight on the history of this language. The club also provides a platform for students to showcase their literary skills and help other students who are interested in English.

HLA- This is an abbreviation for Hindi Literature Association. This Club helps students who are interested in Hindi literature and want to gain insight on the history of this language. The club also provides a platform for students to showcase their literary skills and help other students who are interested in Hindi.

Kannada Kasthuri- This Club helps students who are interested in Kannada literature and want to gain insight on the history of this language. The club also provides a platform for students to showcase their literary skills and help other students who are interested in Kannada.

Malayalam Literary Association- This Club helps students who are interested in Malayalam literature and want to gain insight on the history of this language. The club also provides a platform for students to showcase their literary skills and help other students who are interested in Malayalam.

Yuva Marathi- This Club helps students who are interested in Marathi literature and want to gain insight on the history of this language. The club also provides a platform for students to showcase their literary skills and help other students who are interested in Marathi.

Tamil Literary Association- This Club helps students who are interested in Tamil literature and want to gain insight on the history of this language. The club also provides a platform for students to showcase their literary skills and help other students who are interested in Tamil.

Sahiti- This Club helps students who are interested in Telugu literature and want to gain insight on the history of this language. The club also provides a platform for students to showcase their literary skills and help other students who are interested in Telugu.

Deccan Chronicle Club- This Club gives expertise on skills of journalism, publication, and collaboration. The club also assists students to obtain the responsibilities that are needed to meet the demands of scheduling and publication.

THEP Club- The full form of this Club is The Hindu Education Plus. This Club organises activities to help students gain confidence whilst speaking, debating and writing in English. It also motivates students to think logically.

Committees-

International Societies-

ASCE: American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) has perceived ASCE-VIT as an official understudy part. The chapter is committed to inspiring and motivating the field of civil engineering.

ASME: This is a not-for-profit professional organization that enables collaboration, knowledge sharing and skill development across all engineering disciplines while promoting the vital role of engineers in society.

ACM: This society helps educators, researchers, and professionals to inspire dialogue, share resources and address the field's challenges. 

IDSA: This society helps to design various electronic devices.

IETE: This society helps plan and organize technical programmes and activities such as special lectures, workshops, seminars, and exhibitions, etc.

IISE: This society focuses on improving productivity and efficiency in various areas and supports industrial engineering students and professionals involved with improving quality and productivity.

IMechE- IMechE is the abbreviation for Institute of Mechanical Engineering. This society gives engineers the right skills, knowledge, and experience to help them develop. This society provides products and services to engineers, and for students who are into engineering.

ISA- The full form of this society is the International Society of Automation. This society helps in improving the management, safety, and cybersecurity of modern automation and controls systems that are used across industry and critical infrastructure.

ASM-This is the abbreviation of the Material Advantage Student Chapter. This society engages and connects materials professionals and their organizations with the necessary resources to solve problems, improve outcomes, and advance society.

OIKOS- This is a student-led and non-profit organization that promotes sustainability in economics and management. The society’s task is to transform economics and management education by empowering student change agents, raising awareness for sustainability opportunities and challenges, and building institutional support for curriculum reform.

OSA- The Optical Society is the full form of OSA. The mission of this committee is to promote the generation, application and archiving of knowledge in optics and photonics and also to spread this knowledge worldwide. The purposes of this society are scientific, technical and educational.

SBE- The full form of this society is the Society for Biological Engineering. This is an AIChE Technological Community. This society promotes the combination of biology with engineering and perceives its benefits through bioprocessing, biomedical and biomolecular applications.

SIAM- This is an abbreviation Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics. It also aims at distributing required tools and knowledge for students to excel in fields of applied mathematics such as computational science, forensics, cryptography, etc.

SME- The full form of this Society of Manufacturing Engineers. It is an international association. This Society provides the manufacturing technology resources and news and produces the industry’s events.

Colleges and Departments

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Ranking / Rating

This College is accredited by NAAC A (National Assessment and Accreditation Council) validity is 02 Mar 2020 and the score is 3.42 .

Overall
NIRF Rank
32nd
Universities
Careers360 NIRF
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1st 263.32 AAAA+ 19th
Engineering
Careers360 Rank NIRF Rank
AAAA 18th
MBA
NIRF Rank
46th
Disclaimer: Careers360 Ranking/Rating is done separately for government and private colleges but NIRF ranks both together. To refer the ranking methodology click here

Exams and Cutoffs

Exam Date: 13 Apr, 2020 - 19 Apr, 2020
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Admission Process

Admission Procedure:-

For Under Graduate Courses: 

  • Candidates have to fill the application form and submit it online on the VIT official website.

  • Candidates have to appear for the VIT Engineering Entrance Examination (VITEEE) in order to get admission in this institution.

  • Candidates will then be called for counselling based on the VITEEE rank.

For Post Graduate Courses:

  • Candidates have to fill the application form and submit it on the official website of the Institution.

  • Candidates have to appear for the VIT Master’s Entrance Examination (VITMEE) and have to qualify it. 

  • Shortlisted candidates will then be called for counselling, as to proceed further with the admission process.  

  • Candidates have to pay the fees in advance at the time of counselling. Failing to do so may result in the forfeiture of the seat.

Placements

Management and Business Administration (M.B.A)

Median Package 4 Lakhs

Engineering and Architecture (B.E /B.Tech)

Median Package 5.20 Lakhs

Engineering and Architecture (M.E /M.Tech.)

Median Package 5.20 Lakhs

Engineering and Architecture (Dual Degree)

Median Package 3.53 Lakhs
Source: NIRF

Facilities

Infrastructure:-

Library: The Central library has a collection of books, journals and other resources in Mathematics and Sciences, Engineering and Technology, Biotechnology, Humanities, Social Sciences and Management ranging from printed books, e-books, back volumes, and CDs/DVDs. 

Hostel: Hostel facility is provided by VIT, with separate blocks for boys and girls. 

Cafeteria: A cafeteria is provided to the students and the faculty within the hostel blocks.

Facilities:-

Transport: VIT has a transport facility with buses and Shuttle Cabs for all students. 

Banks and ATMs: VIT has ATMs across the campus. 

All Mart: ‘All Mart’ is a multi-purpose shopping mall for students to buy food, clothes, mattresses, etc. Both students and faculty have access to a tailoring facility on the campus.

Eateries: VIT has eateries located across the campus.

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  • Girls Hostel Girls Hostel
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  • Library Library
  • Sports Sports
  • Cafeteria Cafeteria
  • Auditorium Auditorium
  • Hospital Medical/Hospital
  • WiFi Wifi
  • IT Infrastructure IT Infrastructure
  • Classrooms Classrooms
  • Transport Transport
  • Swimming Pool Swimming Pool
  • Alumni Alumni Associations
  • Guest Room Guest Room

Student Reviews

4.1/5 356 Reviews

The quality of education is good but it all depends on you .

Posted on 16 Feb' 20 by Anonymous
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Batch of Jan. 1, 2022 | B.Tech Electronics and Communication Engineering
College Infrastructure
Yeah our college almost have the all the facilities required for the laboratory and the infrastructure is very good , there no drawback in providing the equipment in laboratory. Our class rooms are like with normal facilities there is no special in it.Our University gives it's best in maintaining the college clean.
Academics
I am studying electronics and communication engineering because the courses they offer for this department are quite interesting to me.The faculty here are almost with high qualifications and teaching is good.The curriculum is updated every year according to the changes in the society.
Placements
The quality of placements is good because they do their best to get students placed .like around 80 percent of students get placed every year .Upto now I think the highest salary package is around 40 lakhs per annum.The placement process quite tuff there are several steps to go and there is cutoff for the cgpa .
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It's a pretty good college to pursue btech, mtech, MBA, Law

Posted on 15 Feb' 20 by Yaswanth Gontla
Batch of Jan. 1, 2022 | B.Tech Electronics and Communication Engineering
College Infrastructure
It is pretty good. Infrastructure in the hostels and campus are good. Labs facilities sports and games facilities were also good. The things they were offering for the projects for the students are good, etc.
Academics
All the professors are PhD holders. They were helping students in there projects. Offering a new course engineering clinics is very useful for the students. They were providing internships for the students from the second year itself, etc.
Placements
Placements were good in the past few years. Average salary is around 5 lakhs per annum. About 150 companies are coming to campus every year. Around 85% are being placed. Minimum package is around 1 lakh and maximum package is around 48 lakhs.
Value-for-money
Infrastructure, facilities, and services are good. Satisfied for what we are getting for what we pay.
Campus Life
Campus life is good, on campus shopping malls, movie theatres, sports and games facilities etc.
Anything Else
Extremely well and good in all the categories.
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The best experience

Posted on 15 Feb' 20 by Yeshwanth
Batch of Jan. 1, 2022 | M.Tech Software Engineering Integrated
College Infrastructure
Yes, the college have all the facilities and equipments beyond the necessity upto luxurious level , as we have plenty of laboratories and gym facilities and on campus housing buildings they are clean and well maintained and coming to sports and training facilities we have two swimming pools (boys and girls each separately in their respective hostel building and we have 4 gyms which belong to the college administration and we have 3 basketball courts volleyball courts and the vast outdoor stadium
Academics
Im studying M.tech integrated software engineering in vellore from 2017 , ill be graduated in 2022, about my branch its very easy to get in using our 11 and 12 scores only considers MPC marks as an aggregate. Its pretty much equals to CSE , and i can say its more beneficial than that as there is more subjects in this as compared to cse alone and yes, our curriculum changes every year based on the new inventory trends and which trains to make us job ready.
Placements
placements are pretty good in our college as our college is the leading private university in whole country and also vit is awarded as university of excellence recently. So many reputed companies visit our college for placements and it is open for every student ,no restrictions in terms of branch mostly. But, i cant say the percentage and salary package and all. But i can say if you are talent worthy no hr wants to reject you irrespective of branch and cgpa. Its the talent that they see in you.
Value-for-money
This course which im studying right now , costs around 1lakh per year as im first category student . 1.5 lakh for second category,and 2 lakh for third category. This is only for tuition fee and depending upon the hostel type, the hostel fee may vary accordingly. Yes, my every penny i spent here is worthy that im gaining more knowledge than my money ever can give.
Campus Life
My life is fully busy that i cant even sit in my room for long, as im involved in many clubs snd ngo's.and i train daily in the gym . If i felt low i go to swimming. And more than that every college can have as like i have good friends to share my happiness and sadness. Thats all i can say that i have good campus life.
Anything Else
As the college is recently awarded as the college of excellence award . So you can understand no award is unnecessarily given without any achievements. So i can say that my college is the best to shapeout your careers.Thank you for reading i think it will help you alot.
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Overall it was good, i developed various extensive skills.

Posted on 12 Feb' 20 by rajaman9300_7946061
Batch of Jan. 1, 2020 | B.Tech Electrical and Electronics Engineering
College Infrastructure
VIT has really beautiful and very big campus( almost 370 to 390 acres). Full of greenery all around and very huge. You can just imagine from the fact that, you will have to walk 1.2 kms from your Hostel to Main Gate. It has got 16-17 Blocks of Men's Hostel.
Academics
As i was enrolled in electrical Department, so i can share all the details about the Electrical department. It has got all the updated machine in the Labs which is very useful other than your theory part. Coming to the teaching part, it is same like any other College. Just going through the Powerpoint slides and all.
Placements
Apart from your core offers (Dream or Super Dream), Service Companies like TCS, Wipro, Infosys, recruits huge no. of Students, somewhere around 2500-3000. If you can get CSE and you have 9 cgpa or above then chances of getting placed in MNC's becomes very high.
Value-for-money
See, it has got various Fee Structure. If you can get CSE through round 1 or group 1 then your fees will be around 2.4L to 3 per Year. For your Information, there are 4 groups in which fees are divided and these groups are based upon your Entrance rank. If you are getting 25k rank then your fees will be around 5 lpa.(which is very huge).
Campus Life
It is upto the individual how he or She enjoys their campus life. 4 year is not a less time. You can get involved in various clubs and chapters as there are more than 50 clubs and chapters. Coming to the campus environment, yes it has got all the facilities, from Health center to Anti Suicide Squad. They even have Anti Couple Squad. CMC is just 6kms away from the Campus.
Anything Else
See, VIT, Vellore is known as Mini India as you can see all the different culture coming at one single place to study. You can also find Students from Africa and various other places coming to VIT. You can enjoy various fests and technical program.
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VIT is a place to learn and a chance to grow

Posted on 12 Feb' 20 by Anonymous
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Batch of Jan. 1, 2021 | B.Tech Information Technology
College Infrastructure
College has proper infrastructure and security. All kinds of facilities are provided. Buildings are clean and are renovated time to time. Food served in mess is hygienic and worth the amount you paid for mess.
Academics
I’m studying Information Technology. Quality of teaching here is good. Curriculum is updated and inclues all recent developments. Guest lectures are held and at times online lectures and courses are offered for better understanding. Research work in encouraged.
Placements
100% placement in VIT. Most of the company that visits VIT are categorised into regular, dream and super dream. In 2019, highest package was around 42lpa and a large number of companies visited that offered 10-12lpa.
Value-for-money
Course cost vary according to which category you are in. It ranges from 2lacs to 5lacs per year for different students.
Campus Life
College has proper canteens, in-campus dominos, greenos - a place where open-mics take place, auditoriums and galleries for seminars.
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how much marks should i get in order to get cse in vit?

Suryashis Chakraborty 19th Feb, 2020

Hello Faizan,

The Vellore Institute of Technology conducts the VITEEE examination that determines admission into various courses in the institution.

The cut off scores are calculated considering various factors such as total number of candidates appeared for the exam, availability of seats and other things related to the exam.

According to previous years cut-offs, the closing rank for Computer Science and Engineering was 7000. This means that one needs to score a minimum of 70 marks to have a shot at admission. However the scores are subjected to revision by the institute.

Hope this helps you. We wish you the best for your future endeavours!

Regards

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i have already applied in VIT VELLORE, MANIPAL UNIVERSITY for BBA Course, but i want to apply more university for doing BBA , please suggest some more university to apply...

anima chaudhary 19th Feb, 2020

Hi,

Bba is the most popular undergraduate course you can do this course after 12th.

There are so many colleges where you can apply for bba like iim, christ university, ignou(distance), lpu, guru gobind singh,mcc, parul university, manipal university, niit, scmspune.

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if i get 50% marks in physics cbse board exam but the overall aggregate marks is abobe 60% can i get admission in vit ??

Shareef 18th Feb, 2020

If you are from General Category, you should score 60% and above in Maths/Biology, Chemistry and Physics in your 12th or equivalent examination. If you are from SC/ST, you should score 50%. It is compulsory to score minimum 60% in all subjects. You are not eligible if you scored 50% in Phsyics even if you scored 60% in aggregate. https://engineering.careers360.com/articles/viteee-eligibility-criteria

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How can I edit the form that I have filled for VIT?I reside in Kanpur(UP) & want to opt Kanpur as exam center & by mistake have filled Vellore as the name for exam center

Vishal Gupta 18th Feb, 2020

Hello dear,

no problem if you have done a mistake in filling form of vitee. The college provides a gateway of editing application form after few days of form closing date . So do not take tension and correct your form .

All the best for your future.

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what is the fees in vellore vit for btech biotechnology for 2020 to 2021

AnkiT KunwaR 17th Feb, 2020
Hello Aspirant,


The total fees for a 4-year full time B.Tech Biotechnology course in Vellore Institute of Technology, Vellore is around 6.92 Lakhs including hostel and mess.
Keep a note that the fees may vary because it changes every year.It can be low as well as more.

Goodluck

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