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Abhijith Thampi | B.S. in Economics - Batch of 2018
Reviewed on 15 Aug 2018
Placements 1 Infrastructure 1 Faculty & Course Curriculum 3 Crowd & Campus Life 3 Value for Money 3
Not worth the money for the M.Phil programme.

Placements: There are no placements provided in the college. I'm not aware of any initiatives by the department of humanities and social sciences regarding placements. The department has some projects initiated by some faculty members. I'm unaware of any project tie-ups with the government of Maharashtra or BMC.

Infrastructure: There are three small classrooms for a department of 300 students. The classrooms get shorter and shorter while the intake increases every year. There is only one computer lab that can accomodate a m...

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Rahul negi | B.Tech. in Electrical Engineering - Batch of 2014
Reviewed on 14 Jul 2015
Placements 3 Infrastructure 3 Faculty & Course Curriculum 3 Crowd & Campus Life 3 Value for Money 3

IIT Bombay is the best college if you want to pursue a career in engineering. Particularly, the institute’s Electrical Engineering and Computer Science departments are among the best in the country. Students have the opportunity to improve their technical engineering skills as well as managerial skills. There are lots of activities for overall personality development of the individual. I study in CS and we have the best of renowned and dedicated faculty. The whole curriculum is designed to provi...

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Tippu Sultan Mohi ... | Master of Business Administration (MBA) - Batch of 2013
Reviewed on 12 Nov 2014
Placements 2 Infrastructure 2 Faculty & Course Curriculum 3 Crowd & Campus Life 3 Value for Money 4

Sports and recreational facility is world class. But, the SOM Library, CRs are very sub-standard There are a very few really good ones. Arti mam, Shishir Jha sir, Usha mam to compensate them, there are a lot of them who are pathetically bad. KK Momaya, S Bhargava, SN Rao visiting faculty are a fresh breather. Someone like Kamal Sharma, Owen Berkley, Natesan are very inspiring For SOM 2013 the placements were pathetic. The FMCG PPO guys saved themselves. Apart from a handful, those who were lef...

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Abhinav Sharma | Master of Business Administration (MBA) - Batch of 2013
Reviewed on 23 Mar 2017
Placements 1 Infrastructure 4 Faculty & Course Curriculum 2 Crowd & Campus Life 4 Value for Money 1
SJMSoM - Things very few would tell about.

Placements: The placements of class of 2013 were pathetic. The final situation was that out of 100 students remained for final placement, close to 30 remain unplaced. There was no support from the school for placement. Faculty members straight away rejected saying that they have nothing to do with the placements. Students finally managed placements at their level with no official support from the school.

Infrastructure: Infrastructure at SOM is just average, although IIT Bombay's infr...

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