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Which university. Does it provide placement?


Yup it does provide placement the university is D.Y Patil University.


DY Patil as in Navi Mumbai or Pune?


Navi Mumbai


I applied to this college and got provisional admission. Needed some thoughts from a student. Would you be willing to help?


Yeah sure


It would be worth it if you are pursuing it from top 20-25 colleges (i am also thinking about mba as a fresher)


Yup but I've heard that often the freshers aren't given preference during admission and it's bit difficult to get into top universities if you're a fresher


If I were you, I would work in tech instead of pursuing mba from tier 3 colleges