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  • Worried about my education in SVIT

    Worried about taking admission in engineering in a particular college? Looking out for advice to decide the best option? On this ask Expert page you can check out more about the college in terms of education, placements and future.

    I had got seat in Swami Vivekananda Institute of technology (SVIT).
    Is it a, good college to study IT?
    Will it give quality education to students?
    Will it give nice placements?
    Will it help us to build a nice future by helping us when we need?
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    4 Answers found.
  • SVIT is in Secunderabad. This college is affiliated to Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad. The faculty here is experienced and teaching is good. You will get good knowledge in this college if you regularly attend college and concentrate on studies. The same is the case with IT department also.
    Coming to the placement point. Some companies will come and conduct campus recruitment. But very big companies will not come to this college. Small scale companies only will visit. So salaries will be less than good and big companies. The management says that they will good more companies this year. There is a placement chamber and there is a team and they will help you in getting a job.
    Coming to your future, it all depends on how much you will concentrate and how seriously you will use your time for education and getting a job. Once you get into a job, you should show your talent so that you will progress further. WIth good expereince, you can shift the companies and as you change the companies your salary will increase.

    always confident

  • Swami Vivekanand Institute of Technology (SVIT), Secunderabad, Telangana was established in 2004 and approved by AICTE. It is affiliated to Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad. It is ranked among top 25 Engineering Colleges in Telangana, according to 2017 Sarvgyan Survey. As far as the academic side is considered the college is a reputed one and has a very good experienced faculty and well equipped laboratories.

    On the placement side it is not an impressive institute as only about 10% of the students are being absorbed by the campus recruitment companies. Moreover the salary package being offered is not very lucrative.

    Knowledge is power.

  • A bird in hand is worth two in the bush.

    You have got a seat in the SVIT. Do you feel that you have a good or sure chance to get a seat in any 'better' institution? You would have got this admission probably based on your rank in the entrance test and your choice.

    If you are sure that you will get admission to a' better' institution, then wait and get that admission. Otherwise, be happy and comfortable in getting this seat in SVIT.
    Only a very less part is contributed by the institution in our education. The college where you got a seat is an approved institution and under an approved and established University. So it has the minimum or average or more facilities as required.

    It is in your hands to utilize the academic period into the most effective use and results. You can use the lab and library to the best. You can get the help of the experienced teachers there. When a student shows interest the teachers also will feel encouraged to teach and impart more knowledge.

    Have regular contact with the placement official in your college. Try to contact the seniors from your college who go job in campus placement. Contact seniors ho got job in off-campus placement route. Get their experience and suggestions where they were lacking and where to improve. Put your sincere efforts in the studies. Get more knowledge that what is minimum prescribed in the syllabus.
    In consultation with and taking the help and guidance of the experienced teachers try to get some internship, in some good organization.

    Be a regular student in completing projects and assignments. If possible update your knowledge in the subject selected by reading relevant magazines and house journals and attending relevant seminars. Attend the inter-collegiate events related to the branch you selected and even general events in your college and other colleges.

    Think and orient yourself to a professional attitude.
    All these will compensate and overcome the lack or deficiency (if any) of your institution. Do not regret what you got. Focus on what you have to achieve and work for it. Best wishes.

  • Swami Vivekanand Institute of Technology ( SVIT) is located at Secunderabad, Telangana and is attached to Jawahalal Nehru Technological University. As far as feedback of this college has been collected from the different sources, it appears that the Employers do visit this college to recruit the aspirants in their required areas but since reputed companies don't turn up for recruitment, the aspirants have to make their own efforts to upgrade their basics taught in their undergraduate - level apart from enhancing their verbal - skills in English so as to face the interviews in the Job - fairs sometime organised in some big cities.
    At present, this Institute covers only four branches such as Mechanical, Electronics and Communication, Electrical and Computer - science ignoring the other streams such as Metallurgical, Civil, Chemical where the aspirants could opt for in case of inclusion of such courses.
    The plus point of this Institute is their faculties of each department offering you best guidance in the streams chosen by the candidates. They do have vast experience in their fields and some professors have even beyond 15 years experience and hence with a consistent studies backed by their guidance, sound knowledge in the chosen stream can be achieved.
    If you get a chance in some well established NIT, you may join the same. However, in failing to do so, opt for it and ensure that you would get success in the Job - fair with your strong basics in your subjects apart from strengthening your verbal skills in English.
    You may join such classes in your city organised by some professional institutes.

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