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3.9/5
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Placement Review IconPlacements3.6
Infrastructure Review IconInfrastructure4
Faculty Review IconFaculty & Course4
Crowd Review IconCampus Life4.1
Money Review IconValue for Money3.6
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B.Sc.(Hons.) in Medical Laboratory Technology - Batch of 2027
4.4
4Placements5Infrastructure4Faculty5Crowd & Campus Life4Value for Money
Saveetha college experience.
Placements: My course is one of the top courses in allied health and sciences. In my college, the placement percentage is high, as it is one of the best Allied Health Science colleges in Tamil Nadu. The starting package for one of the seniors was 1.8L per year. Many working staff from top hospitals have recruited many of the students from our college. As this course is a little bit tough, very few students get it, so most of the students get placed.
Infrastructure: The infrastructure of our college is excellent, with all the basic and top-end facilities available in our college. There are separate laboratories for each and every department and there are different labs for each further division in each department. Wi-Fi is available for the students. There are 4 libraries in our college with a great atmosphere to study in. There are many hostels in our college (approximately 10), and each hostel has its own rules and regulations. Food is comparatively better than at other college hostels.
Faculty: All the faculty members are very friendly and kind enough to teach you all the topics clearly and in an understanding way. The approaches of different teachers are different, but their ultimate aim is to teach us and share their knowledge about the subject. Exams are a little bit tough in our college but teachers make each and every topic clear that it will be easy if we study.
Other: I chose this course out of my interest and I was given ideas about it by my surroundings. There are many things other than studies in our college. Our college gives importance to sports and many other events.
Reviewed on 17 Feb 2024Read More
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B.Tech Artificial Intelligence and Data Sciences - Batch of 2026
4.6
4Placements5Infrastructure5Faculty5Crowd & Campus Life4Value for Money
Really satisfied with all the facilities provided by our college management.
Placements: Minimum 75% of students were placed every year. The highest package is 10lpa and the lowest package is 3 LPA. Top companies for our college is Infosys, Wipro, TCS etc. Minimum 80% of students got internship from our course. Data scientist are the top roles.
Infrastructure: Excellent facilities were offered by the college management. The quality of food will be very good, the classroom infrastructure is also good. Medical facilities were also good. Labs, classrooms infrastructure were also good. The facilities is also good.
Faculty: The teachers are also very useful and the teaching quality is also good. They train for interview from the first year of the B.Teach. It is also helpfor students getting ready for the interview. The semester exam of the college will be moderate. 90% pass.
Other: It is the most demanding course and it is also useful for future also.
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B.Sc Nursing - Batch of 2024
3.6
3Placements3Infrastructure4Faculty4Crowd & Campus Life4Value for Money
Good college in Chennai.
Placements: The placement process is well organized. The highest salary package is around 10 LPA and the lowest salary package is around 4 LPA. Too recruiters are Apollo, Pharma, etc. The placement percentage of every year was 75%. 60% of the students got internships.
Infrastructure: The classrooms have all the facilities with smart amenities. The infrastructure of the college is excellent. There were Library, Laboratories, Seminar halls, etc. and all of them were well maintained. The college campus has Wi-Fi facilities. The food is good.
Faculty: The teachers are helpful and well qualified. The teaching is good. They are friendly towards the students and kind. The course subjects are related to the field and they make students industry ready. The semester exams' difficulty depends upon the individuals' performance.
Reviewed on 26 Nov 2023Read More
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B.Tech. Chemical Engineering - Batch of 2024
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Good place to gain and expand your knowledge and future but dissatisfied to the core in other areas.
Placements: The worst thing about placements is that they expect the students to give contacts of known companies to the concerned supervisors so they can bring them in. No core companies have visited till now. No help or whatever with the internship from the college and department sides as well. The placement cell forces us to take part in IT-related interviews and stuff when we are clearly inclined toward the core segment. They wouldn't even allow us to attend any type of internship or training outside and engage us in their own form of training, which isn't worth a single penny. My friends were heavily fined for not attending this so-called placement training, as they wanted to do something quite useful in an industry rather than in a training related to coding.
Infrastructure: I am a day scholar but my friends who reside in hostels weren't satisfied either. They showed me a picture of dead bugs and worms in their food. That alone is a major concern. No action was taken by the management related to the quality of the food provided. That explains a lot. The rooms are okay but not worth it. INR 80–90k in hostel fees is too much for a mediocre room and disease-carrying food.
Faculty: The only thing about the department is that the staff is good. They're pretty hilly, unless you get yourself into any trouble that concerns them or the department name. Most of them are knowledgeable but not everyone. The teaching goes on with the usual PPT presentations, but there are some staff members who put effort into their teaching and help students get better. The course curriculum is actually pretty good but it depends on the candidate's ability to make himself suitable for the industry. Regarding semester exams, you can clear it if you have an idea of what you are dealing with, just the important points. Most of the staff expect that, not the review or the usual ditto writing.
Other: I chose this course to my liking. The lab equipments is worse, as most won't work, nor are the lab assistants, as they have little knowledge about the equipment, the relationships, etc. The parking system is a headache if you have a bike scattered all around with no one to care about. Regarding the events and other activities, the only thing that could happen to me for joining was a good time. WiFi is consistent. Overall, this is the best college if you really want to explore and expand your knowledge in your field but otherwise, a big no to other things.
Reviewed on 30 Oct 2023Read More
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B.Sc Nursing - Batch of 2019
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Review of Saveetha Institute of Medical and Technical Sciences, Poonamallee.
Placements: Almost 75% of students got placed in this course. The highest salary offered was Rs.100000 per month. The lowest salary offered was Rs 75,000 per month. The average salary offered was Rs 80,000 per month. Top recruiting hospitals were Apollo, Rajalakshmi, etc. Around 60% of students got internships in this course. Top roles were offered in this course.
Infrastructure: Facilities were decent. Our campus was Wi-Fi enabled. Computers were also available in this college. Laboratories were excellent. There was a decent library in this college. Hostel facilities were great. The security facility was good in our hostel. The food quality was decent. Sports were conducted in this college. Medical facilities were also provided for emergency purposes. Hospital was also available on our campus.
Faculty: Teachers were helpful, cooperative, and knowledgeable. The teaching quality was good. The course curriculum was relevant. Semester exams were moderately difficult. The pass percentage was 40%.
Other: I chose this course because of my interest in it. I also wanted to save people's life. This course was very important for study purposes. Many events were conducted in this college. Our campus surroundings were very good. Scholarships were provided to merit students. Extracurricular activities were held on campus.
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Answered 3 months ago

Saveetha Institute of Medical and Technical Sciences (SIMATS) requires applicants to have completed their Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree with a minimum aggregate of 55% marks in order to be eligible for the M.Sc programme. This criterion guarantees that candidates, prior to beginning graduate-le

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The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main cutoff scores and rankings, as well as the Tamil Nadu Engineering Admissions (TNEA) test results, are used to determine admission to the Saveetha Institute of Medical and Technical Sciences (SIMATS) B.Tech programme. Even though a percentile range of 70–75 c

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Argondawar Sandeep

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Answered 3 months ago

The approximate scores that are normally needed at Saveetha Institute of Medical and Technical Sciences to get admitted to different courses: 

Required to obtain excellent scores in the institute's Saveetha Entrance Examination (SEE) in order to become an MBBS student. For candidates in the general c

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Answered 3 months ago

The latest cutoff information for admission to B.Tech at SIMTS Chennai varies based on entrance exams like KCET, COMEDK, and JEE Main. For the B.Tech program, candidates should have passed 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, and English with a minimum of 45% marks.

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RUTUJA MULIK

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Saveetha Institute of Medical and Technical Sciences (SIMATS) does not offer an MBBS program. Saveetha Medical College (SMC) offers MBBS admissions. Minimum cut-off marks for MBBS at SMC are around 540. The official information regarding MBBS cut-off marks can be found on the Saveetha Medical Colleg

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