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HBTI offers a very affordable fee structure. In fact now while staying in Bangalore, I realize how affordable my HBTI is. The annual fee is not even half of what a good school is charging in Bangalore (80k per year). This includes Tuition and Hostel fee.
The course is structured to cover all aspects of learning in vocational course. It gives good coverage for theoretical part and then from there it connects to practicals or workshop. There students learn how the knowledge gained in class room via books can be utilized.
Fee structure is rather low for non NRI students just 60000 for college and 36000 for hostels which is the biggest feature for this college. And fees may be refunded to you if you are economically poor. So yes it is rather feasible for B.tech students in here.
Course of computer science and engineering first year is the same as the rest of the branches. It is just an extension of all the stuff you studied in 11-12. You won't be using this stuff in future. From second year coding and other stuff comes which may be actually helpful.
This college is a state government funded college. The fee structure is one of the cheapest structure in the country for technical education. The fees included with mess and hostel fee happens to be just around 95 thousand. The makes the college one of the most sought after college in the state of uttar pradesh.
The course curriculum is not very much research oriented in the first year,but as my branch is food technology,the next 3 years are going to be totally research oriented catering to the modern and changing needs. In the first year we have to go to workshop which is good for the industry purpose.
Fee structure is feasible.The study of all courses includes a registration of 55K plus a hostel and mess fees of 25K.The total fees is under 80K. For the students that can't pay much they are also entitled to a scholarship. The fees is refunded by the college for those who have a family income under 2lac. The refund is under the UP government and includes a mess fees and hostel fees too.
The stream is endless i mean anybody could explore many things in it there are subjects like Data mining,computer networking, compiler design, DBMS and image processing that has wide scope in our daily life for placements into MNCs and further research data structures and algorithms comes into picture.
During our times it was around 40k per year which comes out to be around 2 lacs for the entire course (quite less as it was a government college) of 4 years. As compared to other private colleges, it was of great return o investment. Hostel and other expenses are extra.
The curriculum is standard with very less focus on research as compared to IITs/ NITs. The college is autonomous and has the power to modify its curriculum as per needs (unlike other UPTU colleges which have to follow the curriculum set by the university), but in reality, not a lot has been done on this front.
The fees here is quite low as it is a govt college it is just 58230 INR. The entrire fees for the year has to be submitted at time of admission by cash or DD. According to me it is the best feasible college with less fees quality education and good placement. So there is no burden on parents too for the students from average family backgrounds.
Here the course curriculum is quite good.The design of course as compared to other colleges for B.tech students is better here. The subjects here in 1st semester in B tech Mechanical engineering are: Mechanics, Engineering Physics, Maths, Professional Communication.
Fee Structure is very feasible, and I would say its one of the most inexpensive college in India.
Course Structure is very good. There is no electives until Final Year, but still all subjects in course structure are put perfectly for Student's growth in Engineering.
The fee structure is very much feasible and really inexpensive fee structure is as follows: B.Tech (All branches except Information technology) - ₹58,230 per annum, B.Tech( Information Technology) - ₹73,230 per annum, B.Tech(For NRI) - $7000, MCA - ₹43,230 per annum, M.Tech - ₹58,230 per annum.
The course curriculum is designed to suit modern industry requirements and is updated in every three to four years to by a committee comprising of professors from Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, other eminent teachers, and teachers from Harcourt Butler Technological Institue. Open electives are offered in the final year from as many as thirteen departments.
Fee structure is not high as it is government college. About 50k per year tution fees and about 10k hostel fees per year and about 1500 mess fees per month. This would be same for the four years.
Yes fee structure is very feasible and scholarship is offered for economically weak student.In my opinion fees of my college was very low as compared to other colleges.
I have to clear 10 theory subjects then in the final year I defend my thesis.Each student have to defend their research work as thesis first internally then an external panel gets appointed for this.