St Joseph’s College of Commerce & Management (SJCC), Brigade Road
St Joseph’s College of Commerce (SJCC) is centrally located and it’s very easy to reach there are a lot of BMTC buses plying from Shivajinagar & Majestic. MG Road metro station is also close by so once all the phases of metro will start, connectivity will improve manifolds.
The infrastructure is quite good but the campus is smaller compared to other campus of St Joseph’s. Classrooms are well-furnished and comfortable. Library is quite roomy and has lots of books for all the subjects too. There is Wi-Fi internet in the college and it can be accessed from anywhere within the campus.
There are no college hostels but nuns and the father can refer students to stay at hostels maintained by Jesuits Education Society. Rooms are available on triple sharing basis but they’re very nice and well-maintained. There’s Wi-Fi internet in the hostels too.
Rs 35,000 per year for B.Com & Rs 55,000 per year for B.B.M.
All the teachers at St Joseph’s College of Commerce (SJCC), Bangalore are very well learned and highly experienced. Majority of them are awarded doctorates and rest are also pursuing their PhDs. They are not only good in their subjects but also possess extremely good communication skills and a good command over the English language.
St Joseph’s College of Commerce (SJCC) requires everyone to attend at least 75% of the lectures. A 5% relaxation is given to those who participate in cultural or sports events. Between 30% to 70% the authorities take some action of different severity depending on how low is the attendance. However, below 30% they don’t allow to write exams.
One of the best crowds in the city. Well-diversified and happening. Majority of the students (about 70% of them) are localites, the rest are northees and NRIs.
Kanti Sweets, Nayak’s smoking place, Cheta’s (famous for cold coffees) & Plan-B are the most frequented places by students around the college.
With different preparations of chicken available every day, canteen is truly a non-vegetarian’s paradise. “Chicken 65” which is available only once a week is the most favourite dish among students. The canteen is very spacious and all food items are quite affordable.
Lots of festivals and events are organized at St Joseph’s College of Commerce (SJCC); in fact they happen almost continuous throughout the year. “Dhwani” is the largest of all intercollege cultural festivals while “Speed” is annual intercollege sports meet. “Virtuoso” & “Chanakya” are intra-college fests arranged by BBM & BCom departments respectively.
A lot of companies including the biggies like Google, Facebook, VV Shaw, Ernst & Young and Goldman Sachs visit the St Joseph’s College of Commerce (SJCC) campus for recruitments. Most companies come to recruit students for finance related jobs. Goldman Sachs is a major recruiter. They also provide internships to more than 20 students many of which are later on absorbed as employees.
Good education, friendly atmosphere, lots of extra-curricular activities, amazing placements and a very good reputation in the city are the points which put St Joseph’s College of Commerce (SJCC) in the league of top colleges in Bangalore. Students studying here love their college and give it a 10 on 10.