The more you express, greater is the extent to which you can help other aspiring students. Your experience is extremely valuable
DKTE Society's Textile & Engineering Institute - Placement Reviews
5 years ago
Anonymous B.Tech Student
â€œI always strived to be someone with a lot of money and power.â€
â€¢ â€œMy brother and I searched frantically for it, knowing it moved
quickly from block to block.â€
â€¢ â€œHave you ever wished you were a Disney Prince?â€
â€¢ â€œWe only have three rules in the Juggling Club.â€
â€¢ â€œI was addicted to eating mini tacos.â€
â€¢ â€œ â€œSorry!â€ I exclaimed while chasing after runaway shopping
â€¢ â€œItâ€™s fall and Iâ€™ve been working on â€œmy college essayâ€ since the
On some courses, work placements are compulsory in order to get your degree, while on others you can opt to do a placement as one of your modules. If this is the case you may find that the organisation is simply allocated to you. If this isn't the case on your chosen course then you should think about arranging your own placement. Your first port of call for help with this should be your university careers service as they will have a huge database of employer contacts, as well as details of alumni who may be able to help with opportunities or advice. Careers advisers will also be on hand to offer help with placement applications.
This college is a normal Institution in the city and because this is in my home state Maharashtra so I have given cleared the CAP Round of the MHCET Examination in which the score of mine was 68% and on this score, I have received this college and this college of mine was affilaited with the Shivaji University and the annual fee of the course was Rs 90,000 PA.
My course has started in the year 2012 and ended in the year 2016.