Indus University [IU], Ahmedabad Gujarat is established in the year 2012 as Private University Educational Institute to provide higher education to build career in the field of Engineering, Management and Humanities. IU is having Affiliation with reputed AICTE, UGC and COA. Management of IU Ahmedabad is working under Dr. Nagesh Bhandari (President).
After a lot of discussion among friends and planning the future right, I took admissions in Indus University, which was a little far off from my place. The University was majorly known for its engineering studies has started the BBA program off late. The University did everything right to explain to us the concept of management studies and the importance of management students in the corporate world. They lacked enough industrial exposure and finally, the placements, which were probably none. Life at the University was more like ganging up and living college life by mocking at other students making fun of teachers. It was perhaps the perfect place to make friends with strangers. Students would dress up like hipsters often and have breakfast at lunchtime, and this is how life at Indus University was. Some called is miserable, while for me, it was magical. Indus was one place where no matter what you do, don't forget the deadlines. Until then, the management and faculty who are your friends will turn monsters if you have not banged in on time. All in all, I felt 22 at the college and had the time of my life at Indus University.Read Full Review
As a resident of Ahmedabad, we have many colleges and universities in our city. Self-financed colleges are mostly under-rated because people think that they charge fees and offer nothing in terms of studies. It’s not the case with Indus University Ahmedabad, as the college was much better than Gujarat University colleges. The kind of projects we were given, the exposure, team bonding that we learned, and how to be compassionate towards others. It was a great experience as the college failed on placements front, but other than it didn’t disappoint me even a single bit. Ahmedabad and Gujarat’s schooling as a whole don’t make you sufficient to speak in English fluently, which is where Indus has done a terrific job. I was overwhelmed as the professors were adamant that they would speak only in English and even the examples they gave were in English. A lot of the teachers were South Indians who don’t knew Hindi or Gujarati anyways, so it was more of a compulsion for them which worked in student’s favour. Lucky to be a part of such a privileged university and learning so much that is helping me in my career today.Read Full Review
Coming from Rajkot, Ahmedabad was like a competition which both the cities have among themselves. People of Rajkot are seen as competition here, but I made friends quickly as the crowd here was quite friendly. I stayed at my aunt’s place, and the university was 10 miles from there. The travelling was not that easy as Ahmedabad transportation system is poor. Luckily the bus services started as soon as I entered the second year. The university was new when I joined, and things changed drastically by the time I graduated. The campus is compact but was great. The main building and the other building, called the Bhanwar building was still in construction. Once the university has all the facilities started, it would be one of the best in Ahmedabad. The teaching was good, but there were issues during mid-semesters, which led to postponing the exams often. Events happen, and as students, we were taken on an industrial tour. A trip to Jaisalmer was arranged after the 4th semester. Students bonding programs, seminars on career plans and all were organized at the university to keep us in a happy state and motivated.Read Full Review