Well I am not a big fan of CU, although I’ve been graduated and got a job from the same. Let me just tell you a simple thing, its just a school with a label of university and big on marketing, I would advise them to teach marketing there and not engineering.
Let me also put up some points.
- (Some)Young teachers/professors with less knowledge on the subject. what i mean is, some of the teachers are masters’ graduates of the CU itself, they learn the subject from w3schools/tutorials point etc and copy the same during lectures, trust me i didnt even hear a single word during lectures in my last 4 semesters, google taught me, or i taught myself. Anyways another thing is since they are not professionals they wont be tagged to one subject every year/semester they teach different subject.
- campus, its just for a show, because you will never be free enough to stay at campus “free”, official timings are from 9:30 to 4:20 and these hours are filled with different lectures like in school. Even if you get free before 4:20 by chance they wont let you roam around or stay at campus for “unknown” reasons before approx 2 in noon. Also they close the doors of the blocks at 9:30 am so if you’re late even by 5 minutes will miss your lectures.
- syllabus, oh my god how do i tell you, its like if you go there for engineering you will be treated like you went there to enhance your capabilities to cram the theory of subjects which do not even matter in engineering, like EVS etc.
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