I attended Dayanand Engineering College for my Bachelor’s degree Biotechnology. DSCE has a limit of sixty students per year for this course. You can get in this course by writing the CET. You have to have a minimum percentage of at least 45% in your 11th and 12th, and need to have taken physics and maths. If you want to get in by management quota, you need to have at least 50% marks, and chemistry subject is also required and of course a huge donation amount as well. Donations have become a new normal considering the number of students that are applying through management quota. However, I don’t think Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering is worth enough to pay and take a seat.Read Full Review
The Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering is recognized by its standard of education across a wide variety of fields, ranging from pre-university to post-graduate and business management and information technology programs. Department teachers are exceptionally helpful, professional, and qualified. They always try to motivate, encourage and explain all of our doubts. Often conferences and webinars are arranged by the experts of the very helpful industry.
The admission process is really simple in DSCE. Interested applicants can easily apply online with all the information required. DSCE admission is undertaken through common tests performed by national agencies and state agencies such as CET and COMMED-K. It begins every year in March to the 31st of July.Read Full Review