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Acharya Institute of Technology
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I've listed this article for peer review because I want this article to get to GA status.
Noleander comments -
- "Some of the facilities are :" - no space before :
- " MoUs" - spell out abbreviations when first used in article
- "University tie-ups" - "tie up" is not a commonly used word. Try another word, such as "relationships" or "affiliations" etc
- "a crowd of over 30000+" .. "over" is redundant with the plus sign. Also, 30000 should be 30,000.
- "associations/forums" - avoid using slash. Instead say "associations and forums"
- Placement section: If a top-level section like Placement has only one subsection, like "Placement cell" then there should be no subsection. So, just eliminate the "Placement cell" subsection title
- Lead: WP:LEAD suggests a maximum of 4 paragraphs for the lead. Recommend that you combine the small paragraphs together.
- Box: in section "Various technical chapters" the organizations are listed inside a box. They should not be in a box.
- Table text: "Name of the club" -> "Club"
- Footnote #74 is a dead URL. Please click on all the external links in the footnotes, and if they are not valid, they must be removed. Try to find another citation to replace them.
- Images: The article has a few too many images. Move some images into Wiki Commons: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Main_Page. Commons is where most images should go. WP articles are really not supposed to just be containers for images. Also, Commons is a better place to store images than WP encyclopedia.
- Images: the long columns of images on the right side are not very pretty. WP:MOSIMAGES suggests that images should relate to the section they are in/next to. Some things you can do: (1) remove some images; (2) make sure they relate to the section they are in; and (3) consider moving some of the images into a image gallery at the article bottom.
- Text: "24x7" -> "24/7"
- Some sections are very small, such as "Hovercraft" and "Other" under "Student projects". Probably should just eliminate the sub-section titles ("Hovercraft", "Other" ) and have all the text within "Student projects". Same for several other 1-sentence or 2-sentence sub-sections, such as "Ethnic day".
- Lead Wording: " It offers eleven courses at undergraduate level and six courses ..." - The word "course" is used in England (& India?), but in the U.S. the word is "major". In the US, "course" means a single class, so the current lead wording will confuse readers from US. Recommend putting US wording in parenthesis as in " ... eleven courses (U.S. - majors) ..."
- Quick comments
- All external links can be checked here
- Perhaps "course(s) of study" could be used? *Please make sure that the existing text includes no copyright violations, plagiarism, or close paraphrasing. For more information on this please see Wikipedia:Wikipedia_Signpost/2009-04-13/Dispatches. (This is a general warning given in all peer reviews, in view of previous problems that have risen over copyvios.)