Moulding students into professionals

Proud to be RVites

 The students of the college. Rashtreeya Vidyalaya College of Engineering, which is popularly known as RV Engineering College, is one of the reputed institutions in the City. Most of the engineering aspirants enter this institution with big aspirations.

The institution has been encouraging students in every way for the last four decades. Students like to study here as it provides a perfect atmosphere for studies and to develop one’s personality.

RV College of Engineering is situated near Mysore Road and has a huge campus, stretching across 56 acres. The college has students from every part of the country and outside. The students have an amphitheatre, browsing centre, five hostels,  playgrounds and a well-equipped library. The cultural activities team, the music and the quiz clubs are quite active here. They invite students from other colleges too to participate.

Harsha, a first-year student in civil engineering, is happy about his choice. “I am proud to be a part of the R V College of Engineering as it tops the list of engineering institutes in the City. Our professors are supportive in every way. Though they expect discipline and obedience from us, they are friendly too. And I like the campus, which is full of greenery,” he says.

A student of telecommunication engineering, Shashank is impressed by the brand image of the college. “I feel happy when my friends in other engineering colleges respects me, thanks to my college,” he laughs.

“My sister studied here and she got placed in a reputed company after completion of her course. I hope for the same. Our professors take good care of ourselves and they are kind and co-operative,” he adds.

Swati Mahadevan, a third-year student is happy with the curricular activities going to be held in the college. “I like the way the lectures are imparted. The faculties advise us to focus on future. They are very strict as far as studies are concerned and they do assessments time to time. Our institute allows multi-national companies to conduct campus interviews and we are definitely benefited by it,” she says.

Sindhu, a first-year student in Information Technology, is happy with the college for implementing anti-ragging law. “I had heard many stories about ragging in engineering colleges. Initially, I was reluctant to enter the college for fear of harassment. But I didn’t experience any such incidents so far. I am thankful to the management for successfully implementing anti-ragging regulation,” she says.

Sindhu says the college provides opportunities in all the fields, whether it is sports, literary activities or extra-curricular activities.

“We have a small union called ‘Rotaract Club’, through which we employ ourselves in social service programmes like blood donation, tree plantation and some other programmes,” she says.

Nikitha from the electronics department likes the library. “The college library is my favourite spot in the campus and I spend my free time there. Our college conducts seminars, conferences, workshops and debates on current trends in the IT industry, which are very helpful. Along with this, we also have mock-teaching and paper presentations,” she says.

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