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Text mining research has grown in importance in recent years due to the tremendous increase in the volume of unstructured textual data. This has resulted in immense potential as well as obstacles in the sector, which may be efficiently addressed with adequate analytical and study methods. Deep Bidirectional Recurrent Neural Networks are used in this study to analyze sentiment. The method is categorized as sentiment polarity analysis because it may generate a dataset with sentiment labels. This dataset can be used to train and evaluate sentiment analysis models capable of extracting impartial opinions. This paper describes the Sentiment Analysis-Deep Bidirectional Recurrent Neural Networks (SA-BDRNN) Scheme, which seeks to overcome the challenges and maximize the potential of text mining in the context of Big Data. The current study proposes a SA-DBRNN Scheme that attempts to give a systematic framework for sentiment analysis in the context of student input on institution choice. The purpose of this study is to compare the effectiveness of the proposed SA- DBRNN Scheme to existing frameworks to establish a robust deep neural network that might serve as an adequate classification model in the field of sentiment analysis.