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3.7

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Placements
2.8
Infrastructure
3.8
Faculty & Course Curriculum
4.2
Crowd & Campus Life
4.4
Value for Money
3.3
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Anonymous | Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch.) - Batch of 2022
Reviewed on 17 Aug 2021
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3.2
Placements 1 Infrastructure 4 Faculty & Course Curriculum 4 Crowd & Campus Life 4 Value for Money 3
The college is good with infrastructure and facilities.

Placements: In our college, it does not have any placements. Students have to look for architectural firms and apply on their own. The college is in no way responsible for the placements.

Infrastructure: The infrastructure is good in our college. It has a canteen, computer laboratories, Wi-Fi, library, lecture halls, and classrooms are available for students. The hostel facility is good and hygienic. The food served in this college is also good.

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Shagun Verma | Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch.) - Batch of 2019
Reviewed on 12 Mar 2020
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4.2
Placements 4 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 4 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 3
A good college to study, good faculty.

Placements: There were no placements in our department which is a negative point. Also if get a job by ourselves the starting salary in our field as an architect will be 10k (starting). No placements were done in our campus for our department. We as students were free to choose out companies or firms for internship in india or abroad.

Infrastructure: We as an architect student had our computer lab where we were taught and also can be used by students for work. Also, tuck shop is there within our department especially for ar...

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Isher Kaur | Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch.) - Batch of 2016
Reviewed on 26 Apr 2020
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3.6
Placements 3 Infrastructure 3 Faculty & Course Curriculum 4 Crowd & Campus Life 4 Value for Money 4
Overall, I had a good experience here.

Placements: My overall experience here was good. Teachers were very supportive, but there were no campus placements in our course. We had to select an architectural firm on our own for internship as per the criteria provided by the head of the department.

Infrastructure: Our college has everything which students need in our department. Our college had printing and a stationery shop (tuck shop) and are available 24x7 for us. Even there was a separate canteen in our department. We were not satisfied with the quality of the fo...

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Nikhil Jindal | Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch.) - Batch of 2016
Reviewed on 26 Apr 2020
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3.0
Placements 1 Infrastructure 3 Faculty & Course Curriculum 3 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 3
I am satisfied with almost everything on campus other than placements in the year 2016.

Placements: Around 120 students took admission in B.Arch course. A few left the course at an early stage, and a few got a year back. Approximate 85-90% of students gave their thesis and got degrees. There was no salary package offered in our batch. Not even a single recruiter company came to recruit pass out students. In most of the architecture colleges, no such recruitment is done, students themselves apply for their internship, and further do struggle to find suitable jobs. Sometimes faculty members help...

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Garvit Sachdeva | Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch.) - Batch of 2019
Reviewed on 10 Jun 2017
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3.4
Placements 3 Infrastructure 2 Faculty & Course Curriculum 4 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 3
Dissatisfied because of college system but happy with surroundings.

Placements: Placement system is quite different in architecture. If you are looking for placement from the college, then it's not the college for you. As in architecture, you can apply anywhere with your portfolio all over the world. There is no limit for sending the portfolio to 1000s of companies. They will pick you up according to your work in the portfolio. The criterion is least dependent on the CGPA. If you have a good sense of practicality with an average CGPA, you can still think of excellent firms....

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Can I get admission in Punjab unv for B.A. Hons without any entrance exm.

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NAVJOT

Beginner-Level 5

a month ago

The main measures for admission to Punjab University are your grades. You should perform well on your group 12 board test, and rivalry is savage. You ought to look for a few different organizations too, as I would like to think. One of the top confidential colleges in Chandigarh University. As pe...The main measures for admission to Punjab University are your grades. You should perform well on your group 12 board test, and rivalry is savage. You ought to look for a few different organizations too, as I would like to think. One of the top confidential colleges in Chandigarh University. As per the QS World Ranking 2023, Chandigarh University is the third-the most youthful college on the planet and had the best introduction. Besides, there is an enormous assortment of offices presented by the college. Moreover, the grounds are exquisite and have major areas of strength for a set of experiences. I trust that was helpful.

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Rahul Roy

Beginner-Level 4

a month ago

Admission in Punjab University is purely marks based. You need to score good in Your class 12th board exam and there is very high competition. I would recommend you too look for some other institutions also. Chandigarh university is one of the best private universities. Chandigarh University is r...Admission in Punjab University is purely marks based. You need to score good in Your class 12th board exam and there is very high competition. I would recommend you too look for some other institutions also. Chandigarh university is one of the best private universities. Chandigarh University is ranked on #3 as the youngest University in the world to make best debut in the QS World ranking 2023. And if we talk about the facilities provided by the university than there is wide range to it. And it has a beautiful campus with good placement record. Hope this was helpful.

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Is it possible to migrate from kurukshetra university to Punjab university in B.A. Hons second year?

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Shivang agarwal

Contributor-Level 9

4 months ago

Yes, if you have good marks.

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I have scored 47.6 percent in pcm can I get admission in barch in chitkara

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Gaurav Kumar Singh

Guide-Level 13

a year ago

Chandigarh University has been awarded as the Best Student-Friendly University, which indeed it is. It is Asia's fastest-growing private university which has achieved a lot in a short period of time. Talking about my personal experience, the university is entirely residential for students includi...Chandigarh University has been awarded as the Best Student-Friendly University, which indeed it is. It is Asia's fastest-growing private university which has achieved a lot in a short period of time. Talking about my personal experience, the university is entirely residential for students including all facilities and offers a wide range of exposure. I would list down few viewpoints which would answer why you should join Chandigarh university.
1. Academics: CU follows industry-oriented course curriculum based on the input of industry experts. The faculties are experienced which focuses on enhancing project-based and experiential learning. They also encourage students to involve in research learning.
2. Campus life: Along with academics, students can actively participate in the various events organised in the campus like Tech Events, Youth Summits, Sports& Adventure etc. and explore their talent and interests. Live in concerts including famous Bollywood celebrities add immense enjoyment to the college life.
3. Global Exposure: CU welcomes students from across India and from more than 37 countries. The university has signed MOUs with many international institutions which provide students to avail for international semester exchange programs and international internship programs providing global exposure and variability in their course.
4. Fee Structure: CU offers an affordable fee structure than many other private engineering colleges along with various scholarship programs like COVID19 Warrior Scheme, merit-based, CUCET based, Wards of Defence personnel etc. The university also aids students financially by providing educational loans. CU also offers 6.5 times ROI, highest in the region and comparable to IITs, IIMs and NITs.
5. Infrastructure: The university provides best facilities on campus like Banks and ATMs, Medical facilities, smart classrooms and advanced tech Labs, libraries, Sports court, Food joints and Hostel services. The hostels are well maintained and secure including mess, gym, salon, common room, reading room and free 24 hrs WIFI supply.

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Kinshuk Bagla

Contributor-Level 7

3 years ago

I don't think you will get admission because you need 60% in 12th to take admission in chitkara

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What is the ranking of this college? How is the faculty ?

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Gaurav Kumar Singh

Guide-Level 13

a year ago

Chandigarh University has been awarded as the Best Student-Friendly University, which indeed it is. It is Asia's fastest-growing private university which has achieved a lot in a short period of time. Talking about my personal experience, the university is entirely residential for students includi...Chandigarh University has been awarded as the Best Student-Friendly University, which indeed it is. It is Asia's fastest-growing private university which has achieved a lot in a short period of time. Talking about my personal experience, the university is entirely residential for students including all facilities and offers a wide range of exposure. I would list down few viewpoints which would answer why you should join Chandigarh university.
1. Academics: CU follows industry-oriented course curriculum based on the input of industry experts. The faculties are experienced which focuses on enhancing project-based and experiential learning. They also encourage students to involve in research learning.
2. Campus life: Along with academics, students can actively participate in the various events organised in the campus like Tech Events, Youth Summits, Sports& Adventure etc. and explore their talent and interests. Live in concerts including famous Bollywood celebrities add immense enjoyment to the college life.
3. Global Exposure: CU welcomes students from across India and from more than 37 countries. The university has signed MOUs with many international institutions which provide students to avail for international semester exchange programs and international internship programs providing global exposure and variability in their course.
4. Fee Structure: CU offers an affordable fee structure than many other private engineering colleges along with various scholarship programs like COVID19 Warrior Scheme, merit-based, CUCET based, Wards of Defence personnel etc. The university also aids students financially by providing educational loans. CU also offers 6.5 times ROI, highest in the region and comparable to IITs, IIMs and NITs.

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Harish Singh

Contributor-Level 7

5 years ago

Chitkara School of Planning and Architecture (CSPA) established in more than 12 years, AICTE approved and recognized by COA (Council of Architecture). It has ranked best university in north India especially in Punjab and Chandigarh in based on various parameters like pedagogic systems, internatio...Chitkara School of Planning and Architecture (CSPA) established in more than 12 years, AICTE approved and recognized by COA (Council of Architecture). It has ranked best university in north India especially in Punjab and Chandigarh in based on various parameters like pedagogic systems, international exposure, research and innovation, industry interface, infrastructures & modern facilities etc.
Professionally qualified, experienced, motivated and highly committed team of faculty members. Various opportunities for students to get regular interaction with architectural and building industry, expert lectures and educational tours are an integral part of the course curriculum.

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What is the 2018 cut-off of Chitkara School of Planning and Architecture for B.Arch?

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Gaurav Kumar Singh

Guide-Level 13

a year ago

1. Excellent infrastructure and most important it is growing day by day.2. Good and supportive faculty.3. Well equipped labs.4.Hostel facility is very good, you don't have to worry about anything except food a little.5. Placement oriented guidance.6. Easy reach to heigher authority of university....1. Excellent infrastructure and most important it is growing day by day.
2. Good and supportive faculty.
3. Well equipped labs.
4.Hostel facility is very good, you don't have to worry about anything except food a little.
5. Placement oriented guidance.
6. Easy reach to heigher authority of university.
7. No ragging. I never seen a single ragging case in my first year, seniors are so much supportive.
8. Students from all over the India even foreign country too.
Here are the few cons not bad but need improvement
1. Open playground for cricket and football is not in very good condition as most of the time it is equipped for some events (New ground is almost constructed so no longer any issue with that).
2.Sometime focus too much on assignments and lab file work instead of practical knowledge. Although written work is also important but it can be improved.
Apart from this no other issue with the university, CU is really good and a place where you want to spend few years of life and remember those years as best years of your life.
And university is approved by UGC , AICTE and other necessary councils.
Thanks and I hope it may help

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