Placements Criteria

Placements: Placement of batch is 40 to 50% Almost five to ten companies are visiting our college for the placement. The salary packages vary from 3 to 5 LPA. They provide internship facility to students through the college, and also outside of the college, which is very helpful during the interview Last year, Touchstone company has visited the campus, and 25 students out of 100 were placed with the package of Rs. 2.5 LPA. The interview conducted was online, and the company motivated the students well. The company gave some other facilities for students. This year, no company has visited the campus for placements.: No placements for me and for my senior batch. 1-2% students get placement. The lowest salary is 10000/month, Average salary 12000/month, the highest salary 15000/month. Some local companies visited the campus. No internship. Small placement cell. This is useless.The average package is 2.5 LPA. Good placement according to the rate of return. The highest package is 4 LPA. A number of companies visited like Touchstone, HDFC, etc. Mostly marketing and call centre jobs are preferred by the companies. They have a contract with other colleges' placement cells at the time of interviews.More than 80% of the students got placed in BCA batch in top of the companies like TCS, Infosys, Wipro, etc. The lowest salary offered in this course varies from Rs. 8,000 per month - Rs. 10,000 per month. The highest salary package offered was 3 LPA. Infosys, Wipro, and TCS are the top IT companies recruiting for our course. TCS offered a salary package of about 40 LPA. About 70% of the students get internships from this course.

Maharaja Agrasen College, established in 1994 as a constituent college ofthe University of Delhi has a story to tell...a success story. In the life span of an educational institution, twenty years may be just a tiny ray in the vast spectrum, but for Maharaja Agrasen College, the last two decades have been truly constructive, much like the building blocks. The blocks have been reconfigured time and again from simple structures to more comprehensive ones, in tandem with the emerging paradigms of the techno-savvy world of today. In August 1994, as a constituent college of the University of Delhi, the college was tentatively named Co-Educational College, later to be rechristened as Maharaja Agrasen College, after a great Indian ruler. Catering to the educational demands of the thickly populated East , the College is today attracting the student intelligentsia from various parts of Delhi, particularly the South and East Delhi areas.

'Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I Learn.' These words seem to be the echo that resounds in every page of MAC. The veracity of this saying is nowhere better illustrated than in the classrooms of MAC because they are learner-centric. The thrust has always been on two-way communication: a process of building partnerships between the learner and the learned. It can be said that learning is no longer sacrosanct to be monasticated in a sanctuary of classrooms and library. It spills over in the lawns, on the stage and in playgrounds. In fact MAC can boast of 'classrooms without walls' as learning happens on field-based innovative research projects, adoption of villages such as Baroji and educational trips. Participation of the students in the extension activities of the college with vigour and enthusiasm has led to strong bonds between the residents of Baroji in Mewat District of Haryana; and the experiential Learning through The Leadership Development Program, an initiative of the NSS in the college has helped students work towards the upliftment of localities in the vicinity.Read More

Faculty

Faculty: Teachers have a very good knowledge regarding their subject. They use a different method for teaching students. They are very helpful and guide the students in their study. The ratio of student to teacher is not good. The curriculum of the college is updated according to the time. The teachers are very well-qualified. They help students in every situation like studies, personal problems and also other problems. The teachers are friendly with students. They have lots of knowledge. They use different types of teaching methods for different students. The teachers were very helpful to the students. Teachers were qualified and knowledgeable. Quality of teaching of some teachers were excellent, some were good. Student to faculty ratio is 90:1. The course curriculum was very useful to me and for my batch students. Very helpful teachers. They always motivate the students. Mostly, the faculty is permanent and PhD holders. The ratio of teacher to students in a class is 1:40. The faculty is always available for doubts during the college time. The teachers provide their full support for extra curricular activities. Faculty members of our college are pretty good. Most of the teachers are teaching good and having good nature. They are also helpful to us in many events. The course curriculum is good, and about all the students are ready to get placed at the end of 3 years.

Maharaja Agrasen College, established in 1994 as a constituent college ofthe University of Delhi has a story to tell...a success story. In the life span of an educational institution, twenty years may be just a tiny ray in the vast spectrum, but for Maharaja Agrasen College, the last two decades have been truly constructive, much like the building blocks. The blocks have been reconfigured time and again from simple structures to more comprehensive ones, in tandem with the emerging paradigms of the techno-savvy world of today. In August 1994, as a constituent college of the University of Delhi, the college was tentatively named Co-Educational College, later to be rechristened as Maharaja Agrasen College, after a great Indian ruler. Catering to the educational demands of the thickly populated East , the College is today attracting the student intelligentsia from various parts of Delhi, particularly the South and East Delhi areas.

'Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I Learn.' These words seem to be the echo that resounds in every page of MAC. The veracity of this saying is nowhere better illustrated than in the classrooms of MAC because they are learner-centric. The thrust has always been on two-way communication: a process of building partnerships between the learner and the learned. It can be said that learning is no longer sacrosanct to be monasticated in a sanctuary of classrooms and library. It spills over in the lawns, on the stage and in playgrounds. In fact MAC can boast of 'classrooms without walls' as learning happens on field-based innovative research projects, adoption of villages such as Baroji and educational trips. Participation of the students in the extension activities of the college with vigour and enthusiasm has led to strong bonds between the residents of Baroji in Mewat District of Haryana; and the experiential Learning through The Leadership Development Program, an initiative of the NSS in the college has helped students work towards the upliftment of localities in the vicinity.Read More

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