by Manish, 13 Nov 2019
Class of 2019
I joined The National Institute of Engineering through my KCET score, so it’s obvious the course fee structure is less and very easily one can afford it. Yearly B.E year that I use to pay was INR 19090. I was actually ECE student. The National Institute of Engineering fee structure of B.E electronics and communication engineering is INR 76360, for complete course period (4 years). The National Institute of Engineering is VTU affiliated institute, each semester we use to have lab practice along with theory classes. VTU syllabus is carried out for entire B.E programme in The National Institute of Engineering.
by Gunjan, 28 Nov 2018
Class of 2020
Faculty in this college is definitely outstanding as they adapted unique methodology of learning things and helps the students in various academics learning program. The college campus is filled with amenities ATM facilities, hospital, centralized library, and many other facilities within the college campus. Faculty members organize regular industrial visits and workshops so that candidates get a better insight and attain experience to industry correlated practices.
by Sushma, 21 Nov 2018
Class of 2020
NIET offers a whole package of social and phrenic activities assisted by facilities ranging from libraries, lecture to seminar halls for its students. There is a unique concept called as NIE family. As the name suggests yes those candidates who come from different parts mingle together as one and this constitutes a family like environment around the campus. During the internship period it’s a guarantee that your internship offer can turn into a permanent job once you prove yourself .The lecturers here are very helpful and mingle with you as a friend so that you ask all your doubts without any hesitation. Most of the faculty members here take immense interest in every student’s development, promote and enhance learning. Even when a small sign of learning or development is shown from the student’s side lecturers consider it as their first duty to provide them with more inputs so that they can become experts later in future. Faculty members arrange for workshops from where students will be able to get an insight of the career phase that is awaiting. Workshops are conducted frequently every weekend and this provides students to get hold of the ample opportunities that is available to them and not to forget that the workshops deal with how to apply your theoretical knowledge into practise.