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Fee structure is about 1 Lakh all included with library and internet charges. Apart from this hostel fees of about 80000 is separate (varies every year usually increases) Girls get hostel certainly but boys hostel capacity is limited and generally students with some source get in. Others have to reside outside the college. All in all it costs about 2 Lakh to the parents.
Course curriculum is the same as taught in IITs but certainly not as per the industrial standards which is the basic problem in most of the colleges in India. We are taught out dated syllabus, and subjects like Biology, ecology and environment too. In total we are taught 52 subjects in 4 years of B.tech. Things can be really interesting to study but due to very poorly structured syllabus in AKTU, students generally loose interest. Although we have student coordinated clubs and societies in the college which are more beneficial in terms of learning than the university provided course curriculum particularly to me.
Very less fest. Just like a government college
Its not good as expected. No research work is done in the college. Staff is not very good. So that's why....some are good and some are not.
The fee structure is like any other private college. 1 lakh give or take a few thousands there is fee for wifi .
Comparing to other colleges of uptu our college has an affordable kind of fees for a middle class family. For every year it is around 100000 and then after that students having income less 2 lakh get a scholarship by up government. In 1 lakh it includes all fees including tution fees exam fees etc. You can give this fees in emi kind of things.
Frankly saying it is an average kind of curriculum as the uptu is not one of the beat of technical universities in india but you it is good as compared to other private universities, some subjects given to you does not have any role in your branch you take and some which you study are too much for a student, from these subjects i mean subjects which should be divided in two or three parts.
The JSS Academy of Technical Education fees is 95,400 annually. But you have to pay approx. 1.25 lakhs for 1st year and 1.05 for next 3 years. then after there is expence for hostel which where about 70000. and monthly, personel expence which varies on month to month 5000- 10000.
Mechanical engineering is the discipline that applies the principles of engineering, physics, and materials science for the design, analysis, manufacturing, and maintenance of mechanical systems. It is the branch of engineering that involves the design, production, and operation of machinery.
Fees are different for different year students and NRI students. Variation of fees is generally one lakh to one lakh twenty five thousand and for NRI student this is from three to four lakh. Fees are generally define by the university and some extra fees are taken by college for decoration of all that.
I got admitted to this college in 2014. Fee structure at that point of time was 1,20,000 for MCA. Same is for B.tech and MBA as well with little difference. Of course it is not an easy amount to pay for everyone. But thanks to scholarship programmes, it works as a saviour. Tuition fee is around 90000 rs.
JSSATE noida follows the course curriculum of UPTU. The course curriculum is outdated, it needs a review and a revision. The curriculum does not prepare the students to be prepared to meet the current challenges of engineering industries. No much preference is given to research.
Not much expensive but not less expensive too. Around 125k for college and around 70k for hostel.*(slight variation us possible because I am 15' batch pass out). Although it can't be compared government funded colleges specially NITs, IITs or IIITs or even with private colleges like Amity but it's good in it's domain.
Curriculum is much like any other private college in India without any special point to mention about. Most of the engineering colleges follow the same curriculum at least as far as on paper curriculum is considered. Electives are also very much the same in all the branches as they are in other colleges across India.
The fees structure is quite feasible and I got an educational loan for the same. I will say among private colleges, JSSATE fees structure is quite low and affordable. The facilities it gives is worthy enough to pay such a fees. The fees structure was 72000 a year.
The course curriculum is very competitive and specially the final year is full of industry experience and project work. I will say that the curriculum helped me to develop all the industry related skills and prepared me for the silicon valley. The .Net and Java course was really helpful to compete any other engineering graduate in the country and I took the advantage of it.
Feasible annual fees are apply approx 1.30 lacs i think it is feasible because technical education now days are costlier except government college, our college is a private college and top private college are more costlier example colleges in greater noida are very expensive.
Curriculum structure is good and always up to dated.our theory classes and practical labs are separate with the 60 strength of student in one class our labs are divided into 2 separate batch 1st batch of 30 student will go for electronics labs then half 30 student go for apply labs or cbnst lab elective subject are also very good based on our choice we can select any elective paper.