Parvatibai Genba Moze College of Engineering, Wagholi
Parvatibai Genba Moze College of Engineering is located in Wagholi, a remote, village-like yet upcoming suburb in far-eastern Pune. PMT buses do serve in the area around but the frequency of buses is not commendable and students mostly commute by bikes. Another alternative is to get to Yerawada Junction and take a "tum-tum" which would cost about the same as any PMT bus but with much better service. The college doesn't provide bus facility of its own and all in all its a task to reach the college everyday unless you're residing somewhere close (which is quite unlikely).
The campus of Parvatibai Genba College of Engineering is in the middle of nowhere and with absolutely no boundaries to demarcate the premises we couldn't really tell how big the campus actually is. Beyond the sports ground, stands a very typical (engineering college kind) multi-storey building which provides little satisfaction to the students in terms of infrastructure. Students claim that there's no study room in the library, no access to internet, poor sanitation and rather shoddy infrastructure. The college has no hostels in place even for students who are from outside Pune.
Rs. 69,000/- per year
Many students have long-held grudges against their teachers; they state that the quality of education being imparted here is really awful. Some claim to have even flunked after following the guidance of their professors. Most of the faculty comprises Junior professors who have little or no experience. Amongst all departments computers & IT have relative better faculty, they say. Teachers are more co-operative and English communication is decent.
75% attendance is compulsory at Parvatibai Genba Moze College of Engineering. With every percentage short of attendance, students are made to pay a fine of Rs. 100/-. Additionally they may even be forced to purchase books for the library when lacking attendance.
What can you expect from a remotely situated college, surrounded by little villages still cropping up to finally amalgamate with the metropolitan city of Pune? Cutoffs always run into two digits and thus the end product is mostly academically lagging students from rural or semi-urban areas. They come from all parts of the state and are more study-oriented and all of them share a common feeling of antipathy towards the college.
Wagheshwar Mandir, Fun Square theatre, and Lohegaon waterpark are the good hangouts in close proximity to the college. But for more plush hangouts, you need to travel to Viman Nagar or Kalyani Nagar both of which are at least half-an-hour's drive from the college. The samosa walla on the highway is very famous amongst the MOZEites.
There is no college canteen. Right opposite the gate of the college is a stall, TITOS. Students have adopted this tapri as their canteen.
Parvatibai Genba Moze College of Engineering hosts its Techinical fest, Technomate, in the second week of March. The Cultural fest, Shivjayanti, also held in March, is Intra college.
Wipro, Infosys and HCL are the major recruiters with an average pay of Rs. 2.5 lakhs.
Genba Sopanroa Moze Trust's
Parvatibai Genba Moze College of Engineering,
Gat No. 2181, Wagholi, Pune-412 102
Phone: +91-020-27050937 | +91-020-27050994
Website : www.pgmcoepune.com
Moze College of Engineering, Wagholi is one of the least preferred colleges in Pune and must be opted only if getting an engineering degree is a must and reappearing for the entrance test is not an option for you and you have only a few other even worse places to go.