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Friday, July 18, 2014

NIT Hamirpur: Why to Join It and Why to Avoid It?


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NIT Hamirpur was established in 1986 as Regional Engineering College (REC) Hamirpur in Hamirpur district of Himachal Pradesh. This college conducts undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in Engineering and Architecture and Doctor of Philosophy programme in Engineering, Humanities and Pure Science.
  •  NIT Hamirpur has been judged ‘the best NIT’ in terms of the infrastructure by the World Bank.
  •  It is among the top NITs in the country, consistently ranking among the top 50 Engineering colleges in India.
  •  It was ranked 23 by Outlook Survey in 2013.
  •  It was ranked 37 by Dataquest survey in 2012
Placements: In NIT Hamirpur, every year, more than 50 companies come for campus placements and around 90% of the students get placed. NITH boasts of an excellent placement consultancy and has many top recruiters coming for placement of students on campus. The top recruiters for NIT Hamirpur are: Ambuja Cement, Amdocs India, Ashok Leyland, Belzabar, Bharat Petroleum Corp. Ltd. Mumbai, Capgemini, GreyB, Hero MotorCorp Limited, Honda car India Ltd., Hyundai Motor India Ltd., Infosys, JSPL, Larsen & Toubro ECC Div, Luminous, Mangalayantan University Aligarh, Maruti Suzuki, Play Buff (Arch Mobile), Rancore, Samsung India Electronics Pvt. Ltd. Software Engineering lab Noida, Samsung India Limited, Samsung India Software Operations Pvt. Ltd. Bangalore, Sapient, Shiva Institute Bilaspur, SUBROS, Venera Tech Noida, Verizon, Winshuttle, ABB, ACC Limited, Era Infra Engg. Ltd. new Delhi, Exl Infotel Indore, Indian Oil Corporation Ltd New Delhi, ITC, L & T Powai Mumbai, Lovely University Punjab, AFCONS, Atos Pune, Click Lab, Kanchanjunga Power Company Pvt. Ltd. Noida (Polyplex), Sobha Developers Ltd. Gurgaon, Sai Urja Power Project Shimla, TCE, VVF India Ltd. Solan,
Faculty: There are about 90 faculty members at NIT Hamirpur. The faculty-student ratio is 1:20.2.
Notable faculty of Hamirpur NIT include-
  • Dr R. L. Sharma- Professor- Civil Engineering Department.
  • Dr Rakesh Sehgal- Professor- Mechanical Engineering Department.
  • Dr Sunand Kumar- Professor- Mechanical Engineering Department.
  • Dr Anoop Kumar- Professor- Mechanical Engineering Department.
  • Dr J. N. Sharma- Professor- Mathematics
  • Dr M. N. Bandyopadhyay Professor – On Lien Director at NITK
  • Dr S.K. Bhowmick
  • Late Dr C.L. Dhar- Professor and Head- Civil Engineering Department.
  • Dr R. Jha- Professor Electrical Engineering- Currently Prof and Head Instrumentation & Controls, NITJ
Facilities:
1. Hostel: there are 9 boys’ hostels and 2 girls’ hostels, all with residences for the faculty and staff. Few hostels have four- seated or triple- seated rooms, whereas others have doublets and singlets. The Mega Hostel is the newest and largest in its capacity.
2. Sports: NIT Hamirpur provides sports facilities for indoor and outdoor games. College teams are sent out to compete in university- level sports competition. The sports facilities include cricket, lawn tennis, football, basketball, table tennis, volleyball, badminton and athletics.
3. Computer centre.
4. Central library.
5. Health Centre: NIT Hamirpur has its own dedicated health centre for the better health care of its students and staff, which is equipped with basic medical facilities.
Students Associations:
  •  Civil Society (C- SOC)
  •  Society For the Promotion of Electronics Culture (SPEC)
  •  Society of Mechanical Engineers (SOME)
  •  Forum of Computer Engineers (FORCE)
Clubs and Societies:
Team Prayas: The students run a literacy mission, ‘Prayas’ to help the poor children residing around the campus.
GLUG-NITH: GLUG NITH or GNU/ Linux User Group of NIT Hamirpur organizes workshops, presentations and demonstrations.
Rotaract Club-NITH: Rotaract club, NIT Hamirpur is an affiliate of Rotary club Hamirpur and comes under the R.I 3070 district of the Rotary International.
College Festivals:
Hill ‘Ffair: HILL’FFAIR is the most anticipated cultural event of the institute. It is organized at the national level and with the involvement of well-known singers, bands, artist, musicians, poets and participants from all across the country.
Nimbus: Nimbus has become the biggest technical festival of Northern India, which is touted to be an amalgamation of expressions, prototypes, ideas, innovations, knowledge channels etc. taken to the most premier levels.

Thursday, July 17, 2014

NIT Durgapur: Why to Join It and Why to Avoid It?

NIT Durgapur - Ranking, Placements | askIITians
NIT Durgapur ranks amongst the top five NITs of India. The college was set up in 1960 and has already celebrated 50 years of existence. It is consistently ranked among the top engineering colleges of India. National Institute of Technology, Durgapur or NITD was the first among the regional engineering colleges in India and has carved its niche as an Institute of National Importance.
Most popular branch in NIT Durgapur is Computer Science & Engineering and Mechanical Engineering.JEE main 2013 cutoff rank for IIT-D for CSE and ME was 12839 and 15792, respectively.
NIT Durgapur is one of the few engineering colleges to have nearly 100% placements. On an average, a CSE and a ME student got a job offer of Rs 3-7 lakhs per annum. The graph below gives the placement status for 2013.
NIT Durgapur 2013 placement statistics of NIT Durgapur
The top recruiters for 2013 were TCS, IBM, CapGemini and L&T ECC. Other companies that employ NIT-D alumni are Microsoft, Smasung (Sell), MuSigma, Polaris FT, Samsung R & D, JSL, Ericsson, Uttam Galva Steel, to name a few
NIT Durgapur is accredited by the United States Educational Foundation in India (USEFI) and the British Council allowing a large number of B. Tech pass-outs from here to pursue graduate studies in the US and the UK.
There are about 100 faculty members at NIT Durgapur. The faculty-student ratio is quite commendable though the boy to girl ratio is quite dismal. The faculty is experienced and well qualified. All of them are well-versed in their subjects and have a friendly disposition towards their students.
Almost all the departments at NIT Durgapur are engaged in research activities – including CSE, ECE, Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering. The total number of papers published/accepted for publication increased from 82 in 2006-07 to 308 in 2008-09, out of which 156 papers were published in peer-reviewed journals. Collaborations with CERN, Geneva and Durgapur Steel Plant are just some of its prestigious projects.
NITD has a total of nine, new and old hostels for boys and girls. Since it is a fully residential institute, taking up hostel facilities is compulsory for all the students. Surprisingly both new and old hostels are sought by students. Every hostel has its own mess and lounge areas which make them a hit with the students. They are equipped with high Internet speed and Wi-Fi facility throughout the campus.
Students find ample of time to engage in various activities and clubs for extracurricular hobbies.Intra Hall Tournaments and intra NIT sports tournaments are the most popular. The cultural fest is an annual event for music lovers as stars from the industry come together was ‘Recstacy’”. Another festival ‘Cinefest’ is a three day program where movies of different genres are shown. ‘Aarohan’ is the annual techno management fest.
NIT Durgapur - Ranking, Placements | askIITians

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

NIT Delhi: Why to Join It and Why to Avoid It?

NIT Delhi - Ranking, Placements | askIITians
NIT Delhi has started its academic session in 2010 with three undergraduate B. Tech degree programmes in Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), Electronics and Communication Engineering and Electrical and Electronics Engineering. The academic activities of NIT Delhi were initiated at NIT Warangal in year 2010 which later moved to a temporary campus at Dwarka, in New Delhi in June 2012 and now currently running at IAMR Campus, Narela (February 2014)..
Placements: The Training and Placement Cell of NIT Delhi centrally handles all aspects of campus placements for the graduating students of all the Departments. The T & P Cell is well equipped with excellent infrastructure to support each and every stage of the placement procedure. T & P staff members assist in arranging Pre- Placement Talks, Group Discussions, Written Tests and Interviews etc. as per the requirements of the different recruiting companies.
Top recruiters for NIT Delhi are- (GBS), IBM (GBS), L&T Construction, Balmer Lawrie, Maz Digital, Ramco, Sapient Nitro, Hughes Systique, PAYTM- ONE 97, Amazon, Trident, World Quant , World Quant , Mu Sigma, NVIZION, Akash Institute, ETAASCON, Reliance Communication

Departments

Currently, there are following four departments functioning in the institute:-
  • Computer Science & Engineering
  • Electrical & Electronics Engineering
  • Electronics & Communication Engineering
  • Science & Humanities
Research and Development: The NIT Delhi has laid great emphasis on theoretical and experimental research. Thrust areas of research include- VLSI and Embedded Systems, Mathematical Modelling of fluid Dynamics, Advanced Magnetohydrodynamics, etc.
Faculty: There are about 25 faculty members at NIT Delhi. The faculty-student ratio is 1:31.2
FEE STRUCTURE:
Institute Fee
  • a)  Tuition Fee- ₹ 17, 500/- per semester (1st to 8th Semester)
  • b)  One Time Admission Fees- as follows
S. No.ParticularsAmount (Rs)
i.Admission Fee250 /-
ii.Identity Card100 /-
iii.Institute Development Contribution8, 000/-
iv.Security Deposit5, 000/-
Total (Rs)13, 350/-
  • c)   Annual Fee- as follows
S. No.ParticularsAmount (Rs)
i.Medical Fee1, 000/-
ii.Student Club300 /-
iii.Games Fee300 /-
iv.Student Magazine & Library fund1, 200/-
v.Student Aid fund / Welfare fund240 /-
vi.Maintenance of computer1, 400/-
  • Total (Rs)
4, 440/-
Note- The applicable fee should be deposited in single Demand Draft and to be issued in favour of the ‘Director NIT Delhi’, payable at Delhi.
  • d) Hostel Charges
    • Hostel Security (Refundable) –  ₹10, 000/-
    • Mess Security (Refundable) – ₹10, 000/-
    • Admission Fee (One Time) – ₹ 500/-
    • Hostel charges per semester- as follows
S. No.ParticularsAmount (Rs)
i.Sanitation500 /-
ii.Common Room & Cultural Fund1, 000/-
iii.Room Rent2,500/-
iv.Electricity & Water Charges5, 000/-
v.Maintenance charges5,00/-
vi.Mess Establishment500 /-
Total (Rs)10, 000/-
Facilities:
  • Library: It is housed on the first floor of the building with beautiful surroundings and is in centre of the campus which is easily accessible from all departments and hostels. The library is growing rapidly with exponential increase in number and variety of collection to serve the information needs of the readers in the field of Social Sciences & Humanities and Engineering & Physical Sciences.
  • Computer Center: The Computer Centre maintains and manages WiFi facility through rack mounted blade servers in the campus. They have High speed (single mode) fiber backbone which is managed by Layer 4 Switches providing 250 Mbps (1:1) bandwidth Speed. Also, these networking facilities are also extended to Hostel and Residential areas.
  • Hostel : NIT Delhi has acquired hostel accommodation at the following two locations
    • INT Dwarka Campus- Sector 9 Dwarka New Delhi
    • Satyawadi Raja Harish Chandra Hospital Campus- Narela New Delhi

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

3 Campus Life Experiences at Engineering Colleges You Must Read!

3 Campus Life Experiences at Engineering Colleges You Must Read
We already know that the national dress of engineering students is T-shirt and jeans while Maggi is their national food. Our ex-IITians also share that they acquired an uncanny ability to wake up at 9:25 am and reach the class by 9:30 am while studying.
Rise in petrol rates or gold rates are not a matter of concern for an engineering student but all hell breaks loose if cigarette costs 5 paisa more than the usual rates. And every engineer, without any exception, has a hidden folder in his laptop.
At askIITians, we are always on a look-out for unusual experiences and tips from engineering aspirants, budding engineers in various colleges and engineering community in general. Here we bring you three of the most beautiful college life experiences people have mailed us yet:
  • Sheetal Malik, an alumni of BITS Pilani, has an interesting story to narrate too. “Most of the boys in our engineering college used amphetamines to help them wake up all night – especially during exams. You know how male students have the most fun. It made us feel lonely and left out. Anyways, this particular incident left us vindicated. 
One of our classmates (a boy) took chemical stimulants for a few nights before semester exams. He had not slept for almost a week. On the day of the exam, to make sure he does not fall asleep halfway through, he took a huge dose of the amphetamine.
He was so smug and sure that he would be the one to score best CGPA at the end of the semester. In the exam, he scribbled away frantically. He must have written dozen of pages. But the stimulant had so clouded his mind that he failed to notice that he was writing on the same side of paper again and again.
He forgot to turn the pages after finishing up with each one! At the end of the exam, all he had was one page which was so blue and black that it could hardly be read. No wonder, he failed the exam.”
  • Ravi Singhania from IIT Kanpur shares: “One of our Professors loved to play psychological warfare with us. He gave us a multiple-choice quiz with 25 questions with the same letter (‘a’) being the correct answer for all of them. It was unsettling. Many of my classmates changed their answers to choose the wrong answers just because they could not think that it was possible.
Also, sometimes he would place a prominent word or phrase from the textbook – related to the question – in the wrong option. If one did not read a question carefully, he would most probably tick that very option.
Guessing answers just would not work with him. We really had to study his notes to be able to score marks in the tests he gave.”
  • Rohan Thakur, a final-year engineering student at a second-grade engineering college in Madhya Pradesh, writes, “When I did not get an IIT or even an NIT or an IIIT, all my dreams were shattered. I had slogged hard for two years (+one).
All through my school life, I had been a topper. People would ask me – ‘What happened to you Rohan? You used to be so bright. An IIT would have been better for you.’ I just had no answers.
Throughout my first year at the engineering college, I was utterly depressed. I would hardly mix with anyone and yet managed only passing marks in the first two semesters. It was then, one of my Professors Hiresh Kidwani noticed me. He saw through my academic record and told me things that I should have realised but didn’t.
He said, “You do not lack opportunities, Rohan. It’s just the way how you see it. Mahatma Gandhi became the Father of our Nation because he did not accept racism in India and South Africa as his fate. He created opportunities for his people and inspired confidence in the hearts of Indians. That courage has to be in your spirit.
Abraham Lincon, and Manmohan Singh had to walk miles to go to a school. They studied under street lights. But did they give up courage? No! Shahrukh Khan and Sachin Tendulkar have become brands on their own, even though they did not have the facilities of say Ranbir Kapoor or Rohan Gavaskar.
 What you want to become depends only on you – a better institute might have been better launch pad for you but it was just a facilitator. Accept the situation and move ahead.”
Since then, I have aced all my semesters. Today, I have three pre-placement offers – all from good companies. I would like to say just one thing to all engineering aspirants – IIT or not, if you have it in you, you will make it. Good Luck!”

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