Starting with the library that had nearly 2 lakh books was a huge ask. A 100-year building that still exists was the one where we attended classes. The college infrastructure is not as good as it has all the facilities but if one terms it as a forest they are not wrong. The main building is too old and the gates can fall anytime soon. The roofs of the building is full of dirt and even some trees have dried up. The roads are built of tiles and that was the only good part about the infrastructure. It needs a manifold change to attract students as looking at the college, students might try to avoid because academic is not the only thing one looks at while entering the college. Moreover, the University doesn’t even have a playground.
A lot of students at UVCE were concentrating on Civil services exams and if we leave out infrastructure everything about the University is great. The University will shape your future and will assist with every single thing that you want. Not many events or high-profile guest lectures that is common in Bangalore Universities. Academics and placements are the only silver lining here and if you have these criteria on your mind then UVCE is the one for you.Read Full Review
The UVCE building that you see today is built while we were studying. Some facilities are added from the existing facilities like the main admin building which had lesser classrooms; the new one has double the classrooms. During our time the classrooms had fans and they have now been taken over by ACs. The old palace has a statue of its founder at the entrance of the main building and the two dead trees looked like they are protecting the main building. The infrastructure seriously was quite poor but since a new admin building should have been ready by now a lot of problems that we faced would have been solved. Labs and library though were amazing then, so no complaints with them.
The campus life doesn’t had anything knew apart from the power packed two days fest called MILARO. It was more of a challenge between the local students and the outsiders because we hardly understood Kannada dance and they found it tough to understand dance on Punjabi songs.Read Full Review