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National Institute of Technology (NIT),Kurukshetra

About: One of the 20 odd deemed NITs in India, the ‘National Institute of Technology’ has a certain elegance and sophistication attached with it – the ‘Kurukshetra’ part undoes it all though. From convincing people that Kurukshetra actually exists to finally settling down to, “NIT, somewhere near Delhi”. Location: Situated inside the University of Kurukshetra (UK!), NITK is quite a ...

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Don Bosco College, Lonavala.

Also known as: Dabba Batli College Campus: It is quite big and has three buildings viz. the college section, the boarding section and the chapel. The Arts, Commerce and Science streams are in the same building and this fact is the main cause for lack of fresh air. The boarding section is strictly out of bounds for girls. We also ...

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H.L College of Commerce, Ahd

Full name : Hargovandas Lakhmichand College Of Commerce. Arguably the best and the most elite commerce college in the whole of Ahmedabad. The ONLY college in Gujarat, (and 1 out of 21 in entire India) to have been given the 5 star Accrediation by the NAAC Committee of the UGC. Location : Commerce 6 Roads, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad (In Gujju it ...

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Government Law College, Mumbai

What’s in a name? Everything, especially if you happen to live up to it. Everything in this college reminds you of two things – ‘Government’ and ‘Law’. It’s functioning reminds you of the Government, and everything else it has reminds you of the law. The location: A hop, a skip and a jump (even lesser if you have long legs) ...

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K.J Somaiya Inst. Of Engg. & I.T.

But, the staff prefers to call it KJS-IIT instead of KJS-IEIT. (We are IITians, hehehe!) Location: Have you ever visited Afghanistan? Well here’s your chance to feel how that place might be. Door door tak kuch nahi hai. This place is apt for shooting films based on Afghanistan or Rajasthan and makes you see the darker side of Mumbai. It ...

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Fr. Agnel Engg. College, Vashi

It is located at Vashi and students have to go through visa hassles to travel to college. The legendary Alcatraz looks up to us for effective prison management. 🙂 Campus: There are huge green lawns (also used as soccer ground), a decent workshop, well maintained hostels and a common canteen serving yummy lassi. The security guard at the gate believes ...

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Wadia College, Pune

Also known as: Just “Wadias.” Campus: It is pretty big and the commerce, engineering and arts-science sections are separated by parking. Faculty: Majority of the professors are old but very friendly and helpful. They are great if you plan to attend lectures. Attendance: The faculty is great but all of them have a request – If you’re attending pay attention ...

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ICL, Vashi

Also known as: ICL Motilal Jhunjhunwala College of Arts, Commerce, Science and Management Studies. Location: Close to Vashi depot on Amlendu Roye Marg, sector 9A. The crowd: Punjus, Gujjus, Maharashtrians and south Indians, they’re all here. The dress code ranges from salwars and formals to tight tops and jeans. The campus: Ha! The premises includes a lovely footpath, a sleeping ...

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Pravara Institute of Medical Sciences, Ahmednagar

Also known as: P.I.M.S. Was known as Pravara Medical Trust (P.M.T.) till it received ‘deemed university’ status last year. Location: Loni in Ahmednagar. Yes, even I was perplexed when I first heard of the place. Courses offered: Dental surgery, medicine, physiotherapy, nursing, biotech, dental hygiene and dental mechanics. The Campus: Despite being located in a remote rural area, our campus ...

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Delhi College of Engineering

The Campus: 170 acres of land in the middle of nowhere. 2 kms from a half decent housing colony, 15 kms from North campus, but at the fag end of civilization. So rumble on till the cows come home. You will only get good jat speaking drivers to transport you anywhere. Don’t argue or the whole bus will curse u ...

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