The fees structure is quite high almost around 14000 including all the curriculum activities but in case of quotas it is feasible enough for all the class of people could afford such fee structure intent and may more and successful in every event being celebrated with a great pomp and success.
The teaching staff as well as the non-teaching staff make it more joyous for students assess the course the management staff, the guards, the teachers and everyone who actually support us for studying with great joy and engrossed focus over the educational opportunities.
The fees is extremely affordable. Courses like BAF, BFM and BBA are unaided courses and hence the fees is close to Rs. 18,000 a year. Aided courses like BCom are close to Rs. 5000 a year. The fees are lower for SC/ST students and for girls in junior college (11th and 12th grade).
The course has a general approach in the first year with the focus being on basic subjects like accounts and economics and statistics. This is mainly done to revise old concepts and for the non commerce background students to get an idea of the commerce subjects.
It's a government aided college where the fees structure is very feasible.
As a commerce student, the subjects included in the course were perfect for any fresher to start off his/her career. Taxation, Accounts, Economic, Human resource management, Computers etc.
Yes fee structure was very feasible. Girls got concession in fees and railway pass also. Fees was just rs 25 for junior college and 4000 for degree college
Course curriculum was very good and practical. It made us aware of many new subjects.New subjects like accounts, costing, mhrm, psychology were there in my syllabus.
Yes fee structure was very feasible. Girls got concession in fees and railway pass also. Fees was just rs 25 for junior college and 4000 for degree college.
Course curriculum was very good and practical. It made us aware of many new subjects. New subjects like accounts, costing, mhrm, psychology were there in my syllabus.
Since the college was affiliated with the University of Mumbai, the fee structure was very reasonable, with nominal fees for girl students. We also had scholarship programs.
It was as per the University of Mumbai guidelines. However, I think that the curriculum should be upgraded after every 5 years in line with the changing times.
The fee structure is quite reasonable, although it varies from course to course. Self finance courses have the highest fee amount as compared to other degree courses at NM. The fees are payable semester wise. The fees for NRI students is extremely expensive while for reservation students like OBC etc, it's low. For FYBFM, the fee for Sem 1 was around 12500 INR and for Sem 2 around 5000 INR
The course is spread over 3 years, with each year divided into 2 Semesters. The course I am into focuses mainly on Financial markets and the subjects include Communication skills, accountancy, Economics, types of markets, statistics, financial systems and a lot more. The syllabus is quite exhaustive from 2nd year onwards.
Fee structure was feasible. It was 4000 per year on an average basis.
The course curriculum was very practical and knowledge oriented which has helped me shape up into a better professional. The course had a good combination of practical and theory subjects.
17000 for two semesters 10000 for 1st semester 7000 for 2nd semester, It is not that expensive but not that feasible, An average class family can afford these fees.
Course is the best Covers various categories i.e derivative, forex, currency, equities, etc, Each and every thing you need in finance, If anyone wants to pursue their career in capital markets.
Fees were to be yearly once. Also there was free education for girls upto 12th standard. Every year the fees were less than Rs 10000/-. This is a short review on fee structure.
I did a course of BCom. It had three subjects of accounts. It was a three year course. Post completion you can purse your career in CA, Law etc. So this in short about the curriculum.