• Infrastructure.
  • Asia’s largest lecture hall was inaugurated in the campus last year only called VLTC by the students there (VLTC – Vivekananda Lecture Theatre Complex). Most of the classes now take place here. It is actually pretty huge. First time anyone gets a look at it definitely leaves them stunned.
  • They also got a new Computer Center (CC) there which has 24/7 open computer labs there students can go there anytime and it has fully centralized AC with awesome internet speed.
  • As far as the hostel is concerned they are horrible but so is the case in most of the NIT ‘s my friends are in and also the mess food is not all lovely but you eventually learn to manage and deal with it. PS its all veg you only get egg on a few days. There are totally 9 boys hostel and 2 girls hostel and a new girls hostel has come up. There is no curfew for boys except for the first month in first year which is of 9pm. But after that the boys dont have a curfew problem. For the girls there is an IN time of 10pm. They are strict about it but it can be avoided sometimes.
  • Surroundings.
  • Around Jaipur, I find it a pretty good city to live in especially with a lot of cafe s and restaurants that have come up there almost everything is accessible from the college. There is a mall the students call it WTP which is pretty close to the college, students even go there walking many times. It has a Theatre and a decent food court. There are also a lot of new restaurants recently opened up right outside the college gate. Also the Airport is just 15 minutes away from the college and the nearest station is also about 10 minutes away, however the main station is about 45 minutes away from the campus.
  • The people there are pretty friendly there is a mix culture of lot of people from different places north,south even from different countries basically everywhere.
  • Societies/Clubs in the college.
  • There are a lot of clubs/societies also in the college such as the Music and Dance society, Drama Club, Photography Club, Entrepreneurship Club, Robotics Club etc. You are most likely to find a club of your interest and if you don’t, you can always start a new club. The dance team which is really close to my heart( The derivatives of E=MC2 ) is simply amazing. I was a part of this team and they became family by the time i had to graduate. We performed at so many colleges spread across the country and even ended up winning them. If you are a dancer you’ve got to get into this team.
  • Academics.
  • I can give a better review only about the ECE branch so there are both kind of professors some who really care about the students and teaching, these prof’s do a really good job there. And there are some who are least bothered. The students have to learn and study basically on their own. But that is the case in most of the NIT’s again. The coding culture is not at par with the other NIT’s. By coding culture i mean involvement in really good projects and coding competitions. The placements are pretty good almost all the students get placed in good companies. The highest packages go up to even 32.5l.