NMAM Institute of Technology, Mangalore Review
I am a 2nd-year B.E. student pursuing a course in Electrical and Electronics Engineering at N.M.A.M. Institute of Technology. I would like to shed some light on my experience as a student at NMAMIT.
Firstly the academics- the teaching faculty that we have here are knowledgeable, resourceful, very experienced, and are at the top of their field. Their teaching is very well understood by students. They try to break down complex topics at their simplest so that students find it easy to understand the concepts. The faculty here are also easily approachable. They also encourage us to work on the subjects in the labs.
The infrastructure of our college is great. Classrooms are nicely built, cleanliness is maintained on a regular basis, and the labs are very well equipped. The college library is very huge with a lot of books and magazines. We also have canteens and cafes around here which provide us with a wide variety of
nutritional food. We even have a very well-maintained garden. The sports facilities are also good.
The Electrical and Electronics department of which I am a student focuses on academics in a very unique way where the concepts we learn in theory classes are very well tested through experiments. We also have project-based learning (PBL) where students are divided into groups and different projects are assigned to them. This sure takes us one step closer to innovation. Our department also achieved 100% placements this academic year, thanks to the faculty who helps us even with our placements through placement activity.
The college has adapted very well to the online teaching mode, so despite the pandemic and the lockdowns, the classes continued online without much hindrance.
When I joined the college, on the first day I was very nervous. I didn't know much about college life, and pretty much
all of my fellow batchmates were new to me, but as time passed by I had already made a few good friends, enjoyed the 2 years I spent in college, and am hoping for more fun and learning in the years to come.