I have 5 yrs of experience in IT and i am shortlisted for SICSR for MBA in IT program (2020-2022). I would really appreciate if someone can help me with the following information.
1. How's the college?
2. Placement record
Thanks in Advance.
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Hi i have given my pi-wat round for sics MBA-ITr on the 16th of feb, 2014. I just wanted to know what kind of placements does this college has to offer.
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I can assure you, or for that matter anyone else who is in doubt that they will not regret joining the Msc(CA) course at SICSR. Every single student who has completed this course at SICSR will agree with me that SICSR students tend to do really well in their jobs compared to even the best of the computer engineers from the best of engineering colleges.
But again, your success totally depends on how you make use of this opportunity. There are no fixed time tables in this college and lectures happen at 6 pm in the evenings or even on sundays. Sometimes you have a lecture at 8 in the morning and no lectures untill 3 pm. The point being that this college is nothing like any of the colleges you've been to before. But again, if you make the most of what this course offers, you will find yourself in a very strong position once you graduate from this college.
A lot of my classmates complained about the Msc(CA) course at SICSR because of the irregularities in the timings. But as far as the learning is concerned, this is the best place to be for anyone who wants to be an IT professional.
Join this course if you want practical knowledge rather than bookish knowledge. And I'll repeat myself again, placements are 99% student driven.
Good luck with your decision.